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This Great Gray Owl resource includes ten pages perfect for any student creating a report or project on this bird! There are nine pages that can be used to record findings such as its scientific classification, range, habitat, diet and much more. The last page includes a full black and white illustration so that students can create a colorful picture of this magnificent owl.
Students can use a variety of resources to learn about the owl or they can go to “The Great Gray Owl“.
Planning a study on the mink? Minks are dark-colored, semiaquatic, carnivorous mammals of the genera Neogale and Mustela and part of the family Mustelidae! If you are planning to have students study the mink, help them be creative by providing them with these pages to create a report on the mink.
When is a good time to introduce such a project? Perhaps when you are studying semiaquatic habitats or carnivorous mammals! This is a cross-curricular resource that will require students to research and learn about the life of a mink (science), record and write what they have learned (language arts) and complete map work (geography).
Sandhill Cranes are large birds that live in open habitats across North America. Students can use these pages to produce a beautiful report or project on these magnificent birds! Includes 5 notebooking pages (one with a North American map) and 1 coloring page.
Students will love using these pages to create a report on caribou, also known as the reindeer! Perfect to use during a study of the arctic region, tundra animals or as a cross-curricular unit that will have students reading, writing, completing map work (geography) and learning about the life of the caribou (science).
Check out My Teaching Library’s article: Caribou or a Reindeer?
Students will love using these pages to create a report on the Arctic wolf also known as the polar wolf! Perfect to use during a study of the arctic region, tundra animals or as a cross-curricular unit that will have students reading, writing, completing map work (geography) and learning about the life of the wolf (science).
Check out My Teaching Library’s article: Learning about the Arctic Wolf!
Students will love using these pages to create a report on the cute, Arctic ground squirrel that lives in Alaska, Canada and Siberia! Perfect to use during a study of the arctic region, tundra animals or as a cross-curricular unit that will have students reading, writing, completing map work (geography) and learning about the life of this cute little squirrel (science).
Check out My Teaching Library’s article: Arctic Ground Squirrel
Whether you are studying turkeys because you want to focus on one species of bird or if it is because you want a fun topic to study around Thanksgiving, your students will love to create their very own turkey lapbook!
A little about ‘the turkey’: Benjamin Franklin would have preferred to have the Wild Turkey, not the Bald Eagle, chosen as the national symbol of the United States. Although the barnyard variety seems to be (according to some sources) lacking intelligence, the original wild form is a wary and magnificent bird. Wild Turkeys usually get around by walking or running, but they can fly strongly, and they typically roost overnight in tall trees.
‘Birds of Prey’ is a 41 page download and offers pages specifically designed to help students organize and present research reports for each bird. Also included are several ‘blank’ pages for students to use when researching other birds as well as pages to add additional information to any report.
See description below for the list of included birds!
Interactive Science learning – This resource includes 2 coloring worksheets: Simple Plant Cell and Complex Plant Cell. As students color (identify) each part, they will also create a corresponding key.
Structures to be identified and colored:
1. Simple Plant Cell – cell wall, mitochondria, chloroplast, cell membrane, vacuole, nucleus, cytoskeleton
2. Complex Plant Cell – cell wall, mitochondria, chloroplast, cell membrane, vacuole, Golgi apparatus, lysosomes, rough endoplasmic reticulum w/ ribosomes, smooth endoplasmic reticulum, nucleus, nucleolus, peroxisome, cytoskeleton
$3.00Buy NowPumpkin Science has several fun, hands-on activities that ask students to compare, contrast, observe, estimate, count, sort, investigate, graph and much more…Students can even create a Pumpkin Science Journal or use pages as notebooking pages.See more about this product in the description below.
There are over 500 known species of sharks in the world! Most students love studying sharks and this unit has been created to help students record the knowledge they learn during a study on sharks as well as personal reflections of what has been learned.
This resource includes:
- – Creating a Notebooking Project…What is Notebookiing?
- – Supply list
- – Teacher pages
- – Student organizational pages
- -‘Jump off’ Questions designed to get students thinking about the different shark related questions they can research
- – 32 Notebooking pages
Notebooking is a coined term for what can also be referred to as educational journaling or scrapbooking.
Give students an engaging way to learn about plants with this interactive, project based resource. Designed to be used for multiple ages and grades, 3rd-6th grades, students will learn about plants:
- – classification
- – photosynthesis
- – the plant cell
- – parts of the plant
- – things plants need to grow
- – the life cycle of a plant
- – plant leaves
- – different types of plants (non-flowering, carnivorous, poisonous)
This BIOLOGY / HEALTH / ANATOMY / BODY SYSTEMS resource centers around the human nervous system and is a notebooking project unit. This interactive 56 page resource will require students to perform research and can be used independently or along side your curriculum.
Designed to use with multiple age / grade levels, this 79 page Shark Lapbook resource will teach students about…SHARKS! By the end of project, students will not only have learned about sharks but will have a lasting project that they have created.
- – Basic Lapbooking instructions
- – 11 Informational pages on sharks (informational articles, diagrams, species specific details and more)
- – OVER 50 pages of templates and instructions on how to use the templates
- – Vocabulary with definitions
This can be a self-contained resource (using no other outside research materials) or students can do further research to learn even more!
See a product preview @ Sharks Lapbook Preview
This resource can be used to research and report on one bird or use again and again to create an entire collection of notebook pages on local birds. Regardless of where you live, these pages will have students observing and learning about local birds.
Once a student identifies the bird to be researched, they will report on…
– where the bird lives
– physical characteristics
…as well as self-reflection on their learning.