Printing Layers of Learning Units

If you purchased Layers of Learning units in the PDF form, you may want to print them, put them into a binder, and keep them together as a whole course. Psst! You don’t have to print the units though, learn how to use Layers of Learning straight from your tablet.

You will need a 2 inch binder and nine dividers for each course. If you get pocket dividers, you can stick the printables from the Printable Pack in the pockets and have them ready for your kids.

Get a 2 inch binder with a clear cover so you can insert the course cover.
You will need 2 sets of these for each course.

You can print the units yourself at home. If you happen to be in the market for a printer, we recommend an Epson 3600 series. They have ink tanks and are much less expensive for printing than cartridge style printers. They also have a copier and scanner, which is awesome for homeschooling.

If you can’t or don’t want to print it yourself we recommend a printing service like The Homeschool Printing Company or Family Nest Printing.

Printable Course Covers & Spines

For the binder cover, you can insert these course covers. Here are all of the course covers for Layers of Learning. Print just the pages you need. In addition, here are printable notebook spines to accompany the covers, sized for a 2 inch binder.

Put the covers in the front of your notebook, put your dividers in, and each course behind its divider. You’re all ready for homeschool this year.

Free Samples

Try family-style homeschooling now with free samples of four Layers of Learning units when you subscribe. You'll get to try family-style history, geography, science, and arts with your children.

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