- These interactive STEAM projects allow students to research the lifecycle of a variety of planet and animals, and then display their work in an attractive & surprising way! These fans are an ideal way for the teacher to integrate science, the reading of nonfiction texts, research, and informatio$60.00$48.00Save $12.00
- Are you ready to implement research in your classroom? Are you students needing some guidance? Are they ready to jump in with both feet? These interactive STEAM projects allow students to research the lifecycle of a variety of planet and animals, as well as engaging social studies and science topi$94.00$70.00Save $24.00
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Expand your pumpkin unit this fall! This interactive STEAM project allows students to research the lifecycle of a pumpkin and display their work in an attractive & surprising way! These fans are an ideal way for the teacher to integrate science, the reading of nonfiction texts, research, and informational writing.
These Fact Fans are ideal for practicing note-taking, introducing research, for center work, fast finishers, independent projects, and as a supplement to your science unit on life cycles.
After note-taking, students edit their work and publish their information. They color the seed, seedling, vines, flowers, pollination example, and pumpkin and hole-punch the fans at the bottom. A metal brad through the circles completes the project. Vocabulary word wall cards are included, as well.
When complete, students can fan the project into a circular shape to represent the never-ending life cycle of pumpkins.
Complete teacher directions and a page of recommended books to use with this project are included.
Take notes on each stage of the life cycle
Transfer answers to fan pages
Cut and paste labels onto fan pages
Cut out the fans
Attach with a metal brad
Click on the Preview button to see full-size pages of the project.
Students now have an interactive project to take-home or a beautiful bulletin board display.
Answer keys included!
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