Are your students researching the Liberty Bell? This product contains note taking sheets and flip books for displaying student research of this famous landmark.
Each note sheet and flip book is presented three ways - with primary lines (these have a dotted line in the middle and are often used in grades 1 and 2), lines (for upper grades), and no lines. Choose which format is best for your students; in an inclusive classroom you can use the different formats to differentiate for your students.
The note taking sheets with lines can be printed double sided, as they allow for two pages of notes. The unlined versions are one page. Students will need to take notes on where the Liberty Bell is, when it was built, who designed it, why it was built, and extra facts (I have my students list at least 3, but you could choose more or less based on your students).
Students then use their notes to complete the flip book. Students can write their reports using complete sentences, paragraphs, or bulleted phrases. Depending on your students, you may expect responses to be more or less detailed. For example, to answer where the Liberty Bell is, you might expect:
- In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- In the Liberty Bell Center at 6th St and Market St., Philadelphia, PA
- The Liberty Bell is located inside the Liberty Bell Center, which is part of the Independence National Historical Park. The Liberty Bell Center is at 6th Street and Market Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
A works cited page is included for those who would like to use one.
Because this product allows you so many ways to differentiate the outcome, it is useful for many grade levels!
Detailed directions and pictures are included to help you explain how to assemble the booklet.
I have also created other flip books for famous U.S. and world monuments and landmarks.
Thank you for looking! :)