1st, 2nd Grade, American History, Kindergarten, notebooking, Presidents

US Presidents Notebooking and Mini-Books | BUNDLE

US Presidents Notebooking and Mini-Books | BUNDLE

This U.S. Presidents bundled resource has been designed for early learners (Kindergarten, 1st grade and 2nd grade). Kids will begin learning U.S. History and the men who lead the country with these fun notebooking pages and mini-books!

EACH president section contains 5 student pages:

  • Coloring page
  • Color & Trace page with basic facts
  • Color & Write page for students to complete the name of the president, his birthday and 2 facts about him
  • Color & Write page for students to create a short report
  • Mini-Book for students to complete about the president

Bundled in this resource:

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4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, Interactive notebook, notebooking, U.S. States

Studying the U.S.A?

Are you currently teaching students about the U.S. 50 States? Are you looking to begin a social studies or geography study on the our 50 nifty states? If so, you’ll want to add this resource to your plans!

This is an interactive, student centered resource which will allow students to research, report and gain valuable geography and history knowledge about the great United States! Using this resources, students can produce beautiful projects about one, two, ten or all fifty states!

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It includes:

  • How to use (General directions)
  • Teacher pages – Planning/Assignment pages, evaluation rubric, supply list
  • Student pages – Organizational pages (cover page, table of contents, k-w-l)
  • State outlines
  • U.S. maps (complete, regional, topographical, color and black/white, Mississippi river system
  • Informational resources (capitals, state birds, flowers, animals and date of statehood)
  • State capital bookmarks
  • Student project templates
    – Venn Diagram
    – Untitled report pages (with and without illustrations and/or maps)
    – Title report pages: Symbols of the U.S.A, State Symbols, State Motto, Capitals, trees, birds, flowers, State flag and seal, , timelines

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4th Grade, 5th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, Interactive notebook, notebooking, U.S. States

Studying the U.S.A?

Are you currently teaching students about the U.S. 50 States? Are you looking to begin a social studies or geography study on the our 50 nifty states? If so, you’ll want to add this resource to your plans!

This is an interactive, student centered resource which will allow students to research, report and gain valuable geography and history knowledge about the great United States! Using this resources, students can produce beautiful projects about one, two, ten or all fifty states!

SEE A FLIPBOOK PREVIEW HERE

It includes:

  • How to use (General directions)
  • Teacher pages – Planning/Assignment pages, evaluation rubric, supply list
  • Student pages – Organizational pages (cover page, table of contents, k-w-l)
  • State outlines
  • U.S. maps (complete, regional, topographical, color and black/white, Mississippi river system
  • Informational resources (capitals, state birds, flowers, animals and date of statehood)
  • State capital bookmarks
  • Student project templates
    – Venn Diagram
    – Untitled report pages (with and without illustrations and/or maps)
    – Title report pages: Symbols of the U.S.A, State Symbols, State Motto, Capitals, trees, birds, flowers, State flag and seal, , timelines

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10th Grade, 11th Grade, 12th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade, 9th Grade, Product Suggestions

Layered Research Assignments – Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning

A 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.

My Teaching Library offers this easy to use resource that will guide students through (step by step) the three layers of research and can be used with any topic. Since this resource can be used for any topic, it can be used again and again!

The 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.

As students progress from one layer to the next using this approach, they will move throughout, up and down, Bloom’s Taxonomy of learning and will have been able to not only learn about their chosen topic but will have demonstrated that learning in tangible ways.

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