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Help students dive into new text and get the most from their reading by using Guided Note Taking. This resource will walk students through a process of reading the text 3 times. Each time they read, they will be asked to perform a specific task. The first time they read, students are asked to identify and write down important terms. During the second reading, they are asked to identify important concepts and ideas. For this task, they are given lined paper as well as a page for illustrations. During the third reading, students are asked to define the important terms they identified during their first reading.
This product can be used for any subject and used again and again!
Students learning about individual U.S. States? This resource, Geography Nomenclature Cards – States of the U.S.A., will be a great addition to your classroom.
Includes two sets of State nomenclature cards PLUS pocket templates. Set one is best used with the pockets (see included photo). Set two can be used with or without the pockets. Students can use either (both) sets to study the location of each state. Students can also test themselves to see if they know the name of each state when shown the location!
Students can use this worksheet again and again to record short biographies on any person for any subject. This worksheet can be used alone or as part of a larger report or notebooking project. Students can report on inventors, scientists, explorers, mathematicians, musicians, famous Americans, etc!
This set of U.S. Regions – Geography – Nomenclature cards consists of 20 cards – See description below for details for each card.
Use in any study of Geography of the United States, individual state studies, in centers, as handouts, on displays, etc! This set has the U.S. divided into *4 regions as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau
15 ready-to-use maps of the United States. Use for class projects, to create lessons or presentations.
Non-commercial use only.
– 2 maps showing the US within North America
– US maps (with states names and unnamed)
– US regional maps (with states names and unnamed)
– US east of the Mississippi (with states names and unnamed)
– US west of the Mississippi (with states names and unnamed)
– Physical Maps of the US (color and b/w)
– The Mississippi River with tributaries (states named)
Studying the U.S. Presidents, U.S. History, or U.S. Government? These U.S. Presidents Fact Cards are perfect for students wanting to learn more about each president, from Washington to Biden. Also includes 2 blank templates to use for future presidents.
Three info cards per page, each approximately 5″ x 3″. To use year after year, laminate the cards after you print and cut out.
- Photo and Name
- Date of Birth (some include date of death)
- Party affiliation
- Age when inaugurated
- Term (years of service)
- A famous fact(s)
When doing research, students will find many written documents that could be appropriate to draw from. However, it is important to analyze each. Why? Analyzing historical documents requires students to identify the purpose, message, and audience of a text. This worksheets is a graphic organizer that will guide students through the analysis of these documents.
This resource, Continents – World Geography Nomenclature Cards, will help your students learn the shape of each of the seven continents!
Includes 2 sets:
– Color set for a Social Studies / Geography Center or for use on an interactive bulletin board
– B/W set to give each student there own ‘flash’ nomenclature cards
One strategy to help students learn unfamiliar vocabulary is called: Guess the meaning. This ready-to-use worksheet has been designed to be used again and again, throughout the school year as students encounter new vocabulary words. Students will write each ‘new‘ word, what they ‘think’ it means and then after looking up the word in a dictionary, they will write an actual definition.
This layered research assignment gives students the opportunity to delve deeply into a topic and give students a variety of tasks from which to choose, all designed to guide and build a meaningful learning experience. Also, when using this layered approach, students will move through Bloom’s Taxonomy of knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation.
This resource is designed to be used with 6th-12th grade students and can be used for any subject/topic.
This resource will guide students through (step by step) three layers of research:
* The first (bottom) layer will give students 9 tasks of which they will perform all of them. This layer will help students get a good grasp of the topic and begin to gather the materials they will need to create a great project, (knowledge and comprehension).
* For the second (middle) layer, students are given 6 tasks of which they will choose to complete 4. Here, students will continue to gain knowledge and comprehension as well as begin applying (application), analyzing (analysis) and even some synthesizing (synthesis) of what is being learned.
* For the third (top) layer, students are given 9 tasks of which they will choose to complete 6. This top layer of tasks is truly designed for students to move further into synthesizing and evaluating (evaluation) of the material that has been studied.
This resource will create a classroom wall timeline (over 7′ long) showing famous explorers of the Americas! The timeline begins with Hoie Shin: a Chinese monk who explored the west coast of Mexico in 499 and ends with John Fremont: nicknamed the “Pathfinder” who explored the American West in 1838. (Examples of other explorers included: Leif Ericksson, Columbus, Cabot, Cortez, Coronado, Daniel Boone, John Cook, Davy Crockett and others)
A , also known as , , , , , or , is a communication tool that uses visual symbols to express knowledge, concepts, thoughts, or ideas, and the relationships between them. This resource gives you 80 different graphic organizers and can be used across the curriculum!
Here is a comment from a customer…
Karen E. said: “OK, at first I thought “Really? I’m going to pay for graphic organizers that I can probably find for free with some searching, etc?” Well, now I am so glad that I did. So good to have organizers available quickly BUT also several of them have variations which is helpful for “seeing” how to use them in my content area. Good value.“