B1 = Early Elementary (2nd-3rd) ages 8-9
B2 = Upper Elementary (4th-6th) ages 10-11
Core Journals B1
These are journals for those just entering Level B or for struggling older B students.
Fun-Schooling Journal (ages 6-9) – single rabbit cover
Fun-Schooling Journal (1st, 2nd, 3rd Grade) – Treehouse Cover
My First Fun-Schooling Journal (ages 5-9) – Ballerina Cover
Fun-Schooling Beginners Minecraft Journal (1st, 2nd, 3rd Grade) Download Version – this one is thicker at 296 pages. It has less writing than the Minecraft Journal for older B2+. I placed it with the younger journals so it won’t get missed. This journal is great for struggling readers & writers. My 12yr. old son uses this one along with another Core Journal for an older student like Dino Doodle.
– these are great to take on the go and get some school in. If using as a Core Journal, your child may need a notebook to go along with this or extra paper. These two journals do have a Bible page.
Christian CORE JOURNALS
Fun Schooling Journal comparison Video –
Fun-Schooling (Owl Cover) – B2+
Devotional Homeschooling Journal for Christian Girls –
Unschooling Journal (same as the Devotional Journal)
Delight Directed Learning Guide ~ B2 4th Grade and up!
CORE/MAIN JOURNALS –
Journals with no scripture but has space for a prayer list and/or an inspirational quote.
Hyper-Active Journal – B2
Do-It-Yourself Journal (Horse Cover) – B2
Eclectic Journal (Space Cover) – B2
Dino Doodle – B2
Homeschooling with Horses – B1+ (ideal for 2nd-4th grade but fun for all ages!)
Monkey Doodle – B1+ (ages 8-13/2nd – 4th grade but fun for older students as well)
Core Journals -Secular:
Many of these are for ages 7-17 and this is because you customize it for your child by using books at their reading level. To get the most out of these journals it’s best if your child can read at a 2nd-grade level or higher. Many with level B1 I would recommend your child be closer to age 9.
I put ages next to many of them so you can get an idea of the level, whether it’s on the higher or lower end of Level B.
All About Horses – (ages 8-14) Download Version
Winter Journal for Boys -B2
Winter Journal for Girls – (ages 9-17)
Active Spring Boys Journal – B2
Spring Girl Journal – B1 & B2 (ages 7-17)
Summer Journal – B1 & B2 (ages 7-17)
Autumn Journal – B1+ (ages 9-14)
Charlotte Mason Journal – B1 (3rd Grade+) & B2 (ages 9-17)
Creative Girl Journal – B1+ (ages 9-14)
Do-it-Yourself Homeschooling Journals B2 (Flower and Bird covers )
Unschooling Journal -B1 (ages 9-13)
Asperger’s Journal – B2
Creative Student Journal (tree with blue background) -B1 (ages 9-13)
All About Animals Fun-Schooling Journal (Download Version) -B1 (Ages 9-12)
Library-Based Curriculum (butterfly cover) – B1+
Homeschooling Boys ~Library Based Journal – B1+
Horse Dreams -B1 (ages 7-10)
Creative Student Journal – B1 & B2 (Ages 9-13)
Minecraft Journal – Level B2 –Download Version –
Minecraft All About Pets – B1+ (2nd, 3rd and 4th grades)
Homeschooling with Pets – B1+ (Perfect for 3rd and 4th grade, but fun for all ages.)
All About Dogs – A2-B1 (suggested 10 pages per day but adjust to what the child can handle)
The Songwriter’s Fun-Schooling Journal ~ B2 + (ages 12 and younger may need assistance)
Ocean Creatures B1 -1st, 2nd, 3rd grade
Classical Poetry Level B –
Classical Poetry Level C (B2) -I placed level C in the B section because it can be used with children from ages 10-17.
Pignapped! – Ages 9-14
Top 30 Grammar Mistakes – B1+ (3rd grade and up!)
Grammar Time: Endangered Animals – Levels B-C ages 8-14
Grammar Time: Parts of Speech – ages 8+
Writing Journals Level B
To help understand the width of the lines – I explain by comparing to composition books. College Ruled and Regular (regular meaning, not college ruled or primary ruled)
Secret Diary A Book of Dreams B2+ the lines in this journal are similar to college ruled and would probably work best with 5th grade and up. If the lines are too narrow, use two lines to make one letter.
Hobby Time Adventure Journal Level B1+ -regular composition with the width of the lines.
Curious Creatures Notebook: Colore-Doodle-Learn- & Write Level B1+(ages 5-10) Level A students can use this- because of the width of the lines (reg. composition book) I placed it in Level B.
All About Animals (all ages) This writing journal may be used with Level A & C as well. I placed it here because students at this level may appreciate it more. I think age and ability wise it’s best suited for Level B students. Lines width of a regular composition book.
Creative Writing Journal Level B1/B2 -width of the lines are a bit wider than a regular composition book.
All About Food (all ages) Level B because of the width of the lines and size of the journals (can be used with Leve A & C students as well).
Poetry Writing Journal Levels B1/B2 -the lines are a bit wider than that of a regular composition book.
The Secret World of Talking Animals Level B2 -the width of the lines are similar to college ruled.
Creative Copywork B+ -the lines are the width of a regular composition book.
50 Creative Writing Prompts – ages 10+/the width of the lines are a bit more narrow than college ruled.
Level B Spelling Journals
Fun-Schooling Spelling Journal B1 (ages 5+) PDF Format
180 Dinosaur Learning Games -Read, Write, Spell, & Draw
Four Seasons Spelling Journal B
Fun Spelling Time Journal Level B (ages 8-10)
Word Hunt 2 Level B (ages 8-14)
Fun Spelling Journal Level C -ages 10+ (Grades 4th-7th)
Creative Comic Book Cursive & Spelling – 2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th Grades
Math Level B
Comic Book Math -can also be used in Level B ~1st, 2nd, & 3rd Grades and is perfect for Struggling Learners and Beginners ages 5 to 11
Foundational Math Skills – (1st, 2nd, & 3rd grade) can be used for B students as well. Older students will get back to basics without feeling like they are using a babyish workbook.
Level B -Geography, History, & Travel
Spelling Time B (like Level A, this covers more than one subject!)
All About Endangered Species Level B -ages 8-17
Travel Dreams Geography – Seven Amazing Continents Level B2
United States Handbook Level B2 (7th-12th grade) the recommended grade is 7th+ but I think a younger child can handle this (with help if needed) the pages gently guide the student. Use books to fill in the pages and help younger children if the computer is needed (personally, I have my kids use mostly books with this one).
Travel Dreams is another that is recommended for 7th grade and above but can be used with younger kids, ages 10+ this one was recommended in the Starter Pack for children 10+ which was created by Sarah.
Canada “Our Great Country” –
Fashion Dreams Level – (ages 9-17)
American History Timelins – (ages 9-17+)
Please visit Travel Around the World page for more “Social Study” type journals.
Brain Games – Logic, mazes, coloring pages, and Dyslexia Games types of puzzles/logic
How to Make Money has questions for the students to answer and research where 99 Interesting Occupations has the illustration on one side of the journal and lines on the other.
See Bible/Character Journals HERE.
A fun way to hold a core journal, some books, and crayons, pencils, gel pens, etc. keep everything in one place!