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This Arctic Animal Notebooking Bundle includes three products: Arctic Wolf, the Arctic Ground Squirrel and the Caribou. Each individual resource can be used when studying the arctic habitat, 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).
This unit on habitats and the animals that live in each is an interactive learning unit that allows students to be hands-on and create a beautiful project be the completion of the study! Use as a mini-course, in a Science center or in conjunction with any other habitat study. Also, perfect to use for informational text studies!
Use the complete unit (or) use only parts of it. Designed for 1st – 3rd grades so it has been designed to work well with multiple ages/grades.
Comes in both black/white pages as well as color (so you decide if you want to print using color ink or not as well as if you want your students to color or not).
See included habitats and animals in description below.
150 maps included in this download!
Each state has 3 pages / maps:
* Outline of the state
* Map showing the capital
* Map showing the major cities
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)
This is a downloadable copy of the book. (74 pages)
About the book: This book was written in 1856 is written in a question – answer format:
Q. What is Geography?
A. A description of the Earth’s surfact
Q. What is the Earth
A. The planet or body on which we live.
Q. What is a Continent?
A. The largest division of land.
Because it was written in the mid 19th century, all of the maps are outdated…However, this can lend itself to great teaching lessons! Compare and contrast the old with the new. Research what events in history led up to the changes from then to now, etc.!
A biome is a large geographical area that contains distinct plant and animal groups which are adapted to live in that environment. There can be many different habitats in a biome. Some major biomes are tundra, taiga, grasslands, deciduous forest, fresh water, desert, alpine, rainforest and ocean. When studying a specific biome, use this temperature comparison chart to record the temperature in the student’s hometown and the biome of study for a week! (Use again and again with each biome studied)
Science meets Geography
This U.S. geography resource provides students with an interactive project to record what they have various aspects of the . Students will draw (or paste) pictures and write a few short sentences about and culture. Students will also be asked to name the states of the region and give a personal opinion about a place they would most like to visit in the region. There are 5 scrapbooking pages for student use.
Because the United States can be divided up into different regions, I’ve designed this resource to follow the regions as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau. The resource shows the states in the Midwest as being Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia.
Use as a stand alone product or use with My Teaching Library’s Regions of the U.S. – South Region – Informational Text and Worksheets
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
This resource combines geography, state studies and art giving students a coloring page for the flag of each U.S. state! Each page has a large state flag to color + the state name. Whether you are studying each state or simply want to provide some fun but educational activities to your classroom, students will enjoy this resource.
** This resource includes the NEW Mississippi state flag **
This resource has been designed so that students can use to report on any country throughout the world! Students can use this resource time and time again and create an entire collection of country lapbooks. A large variety of templates are included (see description below) as well as instructions on how to construct a lapbook, teacher directed assignments page and evaluation rubric.
Students love to create and this resource, Shape Book – Polar Bears, will give them a fun template to create! Whether they are publishing a story, a poem or a brief report about the arctic, arctic animals or polar bears, using these polar bear templates.
See description below for suggestions on how to use.
Help students learn to read a grid map with this fun zoo themed resource! Students will be given a grid map of a zoo and asked several questions requiring them read and navigate throughout the map. There are also two additional activities to extend learning (through writing and creative design).
A hands-on, interactive geography product for student who are studying U.S. geography, specifically the western region. As students study the states of the west they can . Students will also be asked to name the states of the region and give a personal opinion about a place they would most like to visit in the region. There are 5 scrapbooking / notebooking pages for student use.
Perfect to use with My Teaching Library’s Regions of the U.S. – West Region – Informational Text and Worksheets
Whether you are looking for a worksheet to reinforce student knowledge on the location of continents or you are ready to assess their knowledge, this resource will do the trick!
Students will first color each continent and then cut and glue the labels where they belong.
This is a downloadable copy of the book. (66 pages)
About the book: C.C. Long’s Home Geography is a lovely introduction to the subject for children. Broken into short chapters with beautiful illustrations and poetry along with questions to help the child remember what has been taught, this book forms a solid foundation that can be built on in later years.
Chapters include –
Hills, Mountains, Valleys
Rain, Wind, Snow
Grains, Fruits, Plants
Things Found in the Earth
…and much more.
Help students learn to read a grid map and use a key with this fun small town themed resource! Students will be given a grid map and key of a small town and asked several questions requiring them read and navigate throughout the map. There are also two additional activities to extend learning (through writing and creative design).