This interactive notebook was prepared with the Georgia Performance Standards for Science as the framework, but information is applicable to all. The Georgia standards are addressed in the 92 pages of printable informational text pages, fold-ables, guided notes, and graphic organizers. CRCT prep questions and writing activities are scattered throughout. For several pages there are two styles for one page of information to accommodate differentiation. An Answer Key is provided on pages 118-122. The topics covered are:
Rocks and minerals of Georgia
Features of organisms of Georgia
To aid students is learning terms, there are pages formatted to have 7 sets of key words cards to correspond with each topic. (81 Vocabulary words) These can be copied on card stock, cut apart, and put on a ring to use for flash cards for each student. A template without definitions for the key words is included so teachers have the option of directing the students to write the definition themselves.
A “Tic Tac Know" game board to use with each topic’s vocabulary is included with instructions for how to play.
73 pages are vocabulary word cards presented in two formats; one to use as flashcards and another to use as a matching game. The colors on these cards correspond with the colors on the key word cards included in the interactive pages.
An optional cover without the outline of the state of Georgia is included on page 198.
In the Zip File, there is a folder with the notebook pages reduced in size to allow 2 pages to print on one sheet of paper. If the smaller format is your preference, note that the vocabulary flashcards and game cards are only on the large page file. Look there for that feature of this product. Additionally, in the Zip file, there is a folder which may be of interest to Classical or Christian school teachers. It is labels that have quotes from the Bible which correspond with the standards covered in this interactive notebook.
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Link-Interactive Notebook for 3rd Gr. Social Studies: GPS