Black History Research- I Can Do Research on Black History
lap book can be a great way for kids to put their research skills to practice while learning about some influential African Americans in history. This open-ended interactive research lap book provides helpful templates for each stage of writing from pre-writing, to drafting, editing, revising, and publishing while providing an artistic outlet to encourage all types of learners.
Lap books are a great way to engage your children with content while adding some creativity to the learning process. Lap books are similar to interactive notebooks but can be more fun for kids. A lap book allows your children to have an organized product that they can learn from and in turn share with others. Lap books provide a creative collection of important and interesting information.
Black and White Version Included
BENEFITS FOR LAP BOOKS
Self-contained units of study
Encourages writing, drawing, and thinking
Can be used as a study guide or a portfolio
Great for sharing with family
Provide motivation for the reluctant learner
The FRONT COVER includes:
I Chose Because... Reflection
Blank Photo Template to be used to draw a photo of the Famous African American chosen for this project
The INSIDE PAGES includes:
Vocabulary Work- where students can choose at least 4 words to learn and share
Early Information Flipbook
Pre-writing semantic web
My Research to Record Research Gathered
4 Different styles of pages to use in report
Compare and Contrast African Americans or to compare and contrast early life with later life accomplishments/experiences
Greatest Accomplishments Summary Tab
Interesting Facts Tab
General Large Heads for Added Wow Factor (Female and Male/Black and White Version included)
Please click on the PREVIEW
above to see sample pages and photos.
Happy teaching and learning!
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