Students can use these unique state shaped notebooking pages to create a report on Alabama after doing research on the state. It includes 2 different page types, one geared toward beginning writers (multiple colored lines) and the other is single lined.
BONUS: This resource includes “The Great 50 States – Questions for Research & Reports” that will inspire and guide students during research and writing!
– For a short report, students may only need one page.
– For longer reports, copy multiple pages for each student. Have students use one page for each different state topic and then compile into a small booklet
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