Anyone here who’s in need of a free note taking sheet? Come browse through and choose from these 8 cute pages that you can instantly download and use!
Oh, happy day! For your usual Happy Freebie Monday segment (which is unusually coming out on a Tuesday just this week, heehee), I am delightfully sharing note taking sheets! That’s right, because this particular post is for all the Shining Mom student readers out there who are in need of some pretty writing pages to use in school! If you’re one of them, know that in this post, you can choose from my printable sheets which include a Cornell note-taking paper and some printable stationery! I am so excited to show them to you!
The Printable Cornell Note-Taking Paper
One of my favorite formats back when I was a teacher when it comes to note-taking would be the Cornell Note-Taking System. This layout provides a truly functional format in organizing notes.
With this system, the paper is divided into three sections. The first section (the “cue” box) is where the you write the topic keywords or the questions. Then, the larger area is where you write the main ideas and the other important information about the topic that should be noted. Lastly, you summarize your notes at the bottom section (which you can do at a later time). I know the students would love to have a pretty and colorful Cornell note-taking paper and so I have created one. Get it HERE, it’s just waiting for you to print and use!
Printable Buletted List Form
Not only am I giving note taking pages, I am also delivering buletted list forms today! Your next free printables allow you to create any kind of list! The first one is already labeled with ‘NOTES’ on the header while the other one is a blank page so you can title it the way you like! Do you think you can use this? Get these pages HERE. (Moms, you can also use this one! I know a little list like this can ease our day! Print it out for yourself, too!)
The next two printable sheets are also pretty pages! If you’re looking for some understated yet pretty printable paper for your notes, you may want to get them, too. Take a look!
In addition to your free printable note sheets are these even more lovely and colorful ones for you to enjoy! If you’re a student, I know you’ll love to have THESE in your school binder to snag out any time when you’re not in the mood to take notes as they will surely perk you up!
So, which one do you like best? I hope you can use these free note taking sheets and I hope they can help you in organizing your notes in school!
Have a lovely week ahead!