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John DePoe, April 21, 2019 in
Scholé (Restful) Learning (Chris Perrin)
I am wondering where you recommend buying a nice commonplace book for your students. I have found many cheap journals through the usual vendors, but are there retailers you recommend who make beautifully crafted commonplace books? I hear that some books can be crafted in a way where pages cab be added too.
Any help or direction would be welcome! Thank you!
My personal commonplace book is a "Sustainable Earth" notebook that I purchased at Staples. Plain, affordable, and eco-friendly.
For me the best place to buy books and all educational stuff is school supplies sale, I customized all my kid's stuff from there and its a quite good place to save much amount through coupons. Once check there and buy also you will also found it a good place.
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