Topic | Book Of Centuries

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  • Becky
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    Has anyone ever done a Book of Centuries with a blank page on the left or right & lines on the opposite page?  I am trying to find a way to do this. I was hoping to find something to the size of the composition notebooks

    Michelle
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    I think you can buy them like that, but I am not sure where. I just used a blank notebook and we write as neat as we can. I have a family BOC for now but my 13 year old will get hers when school starts in October.
    Ours is huge, but was cheap- so after the century spread, I added our Book of Firsts where we track flowers, birds and firsts for the seasons.

    You can just use a composition book!

    sheraz
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    Here are a few options, but I think that they are all 8 1/2 x 11:

    https://www.livingbookpress.com/product-category/book-of-centuries/?v=7

    Living Books Press has free BOC downloads.

    https://www.riverbendpress.com/shop-notebooks/book-of-centuries

    SCM has a deluxe version that might work for you too (they have a free one as well):

    https://simplycharlottemason.com/store/my-book-of-centuries/

    This one is specifically Christian in that it includes a 2 page spread about the life of Christ:

    https://cottagepresspublishing.net/book-of-centuries/

    Or, like Michelle said, use a composition notebook.  I know we all love the “pretty” stuff, but… truthfully, the format doesn’t matter as much as actually keeping the BoC does. 😉

    HollyS
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    Miller Pads and Paper sells a writing journal that is line on one side and blank on the other.  We use these for written narrations.

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