This listing is for an extreme weather tab book. The pages are completely blank (aside from the tabs) to allow for students to put whatever words/pictures/graphics they see fit for their books.
Here is how I used it:
I made this to use in conjunction with TCRWP Units of Study in Reading for 4th grade in the Reading the Weather, Reading the World unit. The students worked in groups to first research one type of extreme weather (droughts, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, tsunamis, etc.) and then research a second type and compare and contrast the two. Students then synthesized their learning in these books. I had my students split up the work so that one student was doing one tab each. They were expected to make a full 2-page spread. So the person who was doing effects, for example, would need to fill the effects page as well as the back of the causes page for full 2-page spread. They were expected to be full color, with graphics and text.
They turned out great and were a great way to structure the kids' thinking and learning. If you have any more questions, please feel free to ask!