Your students will learn about how humans conserve resources to protect against natural occurrences with this hands-on science interactive notebook. This is specifically aligned to 3rd grade teachers using Virginia science SOLs.
This product includes:
- What is a natural occurrence? Can we eliminate them? flipbook
- List of natural occurrences flip octagon (coastal erosion, floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes, disease, forest fires)
- How does fire/disease/erosion/flood affect organisms and habitats?
- Sort the ways we can control fires/floods/wind
What is included?
You will receive a PDF that includes directions, real-life images, answer keys, and flippable templates.
What makes these different than other interactive notebooks?
- Differentiated: This product is also differentiated for the needs and learners in your classroom, as well as your own time restraints. It includes three types of notebook pieces that allow you to choose whether your students will manually fill in the notes, fill-in-the-blanks, or to give pieces to students with the notes already filled out.
- Easy to cut: These resources are easy to cut - no trying to cut a tiny heart out for half an hour! A couple snips and students are good to go.
- Paper-saving: each piece of paper printed will be cut in half for two students.
Covers Virginia SOL 3.8: The student will investigate and understand that natural events and humans influence ecosystems. Key ideas include
3.8c) fire, flood, disease, and erosion affect ecosystems;
Please email me with any questions at Glitterinthird@gmail.com if you need more information!
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Earth and space system
Air pressure and storms
Earth's rotation and revolution
Introduction to soil & weathering
Ocean currents and properties
Ocean floor and features
Sun, moon, and Earth
Weather, climate, and ecosystems
Weather tools and meteorology
Conservation of natural resources
Natural occurrences & conservation
Virginia's natural resources
Virginia's plants and animals
Living systems and processes
Adaptations & population
Behavioral adaptations (migration & hibernation)
Community, population, and ecosystems (levels of organization)
Habitat and niche
Parts of a plant & plant structure
Physical adaptations (camouflage & mimicry)