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Students will love this hands-on resource designed to create a fun Mink Lapbook!
Includes Lapbooking instructions, templates to use as they record what they know or are learning about minks, (such as where they live, the types, size, predators, diet and more) and a lapbooking rubric.
Designed to use with multiple age / grade levels.
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.
Students love studying insects and the ‘common’ ant may not be seem so common after this unit! Ants have some unique capabilities and there are more than 10,000 known ant species around the world. This resource is an , Science project that will engage your classroom in .
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)
Studying marine animals? Whales perhaps? If so, your students will love the student-centered, hands-on, cross-curricular project! During this project on whales, your students will learn about about these majestic creations of the oceans. Students will read and research, report and create…and have FUN all at the same time.
Some questions they will answer: What do whales eat? How do they eat? What are the different types of whales? Do whales have calls? What type of threats are there to their survival?
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
. No need to do additional research, although this should be encouraged. So whether you are looking for a completely self-contained unit or one that allows for in-depth study, this is it…Snow Goose Lapbook Unit!
Students will study all aspects of the Snow Goose’s life, vocabulary related to the informational reading contained within the unit, complete map work and more.