Reference Charts Math ELA Social Studies & Science BUNDLED Set Student Offices

Reference Charts  Math ELA Social Studies & Science BUNDLED Set Student Offices
Reference Charts  Math ELA Social Studies & Science BUNDLED Set Student Offices
Reference Charts  Math ELA Social Studies & Science BUNDLED Set Student Offices
Reference Charts  Math ELA Social Studies & Science BUNDLED Set Student Offices
Reference Charts  Math ELA Social Studies & Science BUNDLED Set Student Offices
Reference Charts  Math ELA Social Studies & Science BUNDLED Set Student Offices
Reference Charts  Math ELA Social Studies & Science BUNDLED Set Student Offices
Reference Charts  Math ELA Social Studies & Science BUNDLED Set Student Offices
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Are you looking for tools to help your 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students become more independent? These reference sheets are great for homework folders, and are perfect for centers and reference helpers at school or in special education classes.

This set includes 4 must-have helper reference charts for upper grade students for Math, English Language Arts, Social Studies (USA edition) and Science. The reference charts are designed in a lapbook format with 4 pages packed with information that can be glued onto the faces of a file folder. Students can have their tools with them at school, can take their tools to another classroom, or use them at home. 

This set includes these 4 reference lapbooks bundled to give you one for FREE!
Language Arts Lapbook Reference Charts
Math Lapbook Reference Charts
Social Studies Lapbook Reference Charts
Science Lapbook Reference Charts


Each lapbook helper chart set has 4 pages of PDFs in color and 4 PDF pages in black and white. Each set also has a 1-page editable (MS Word) file folder label template. The social studies helper lapbook has 4 different pages of map options for the U.S. regions map to match your curriculum.

Language Arts/Literacy Topics Included with Definitions and Examples: 
• Parts of Speech (Common Nouns, Proper Nouns, Singular Nouns, Plural Nouns, Pronouns, Prepositions, Adjectives, Verbs (Past, Present, Future), Adverbs
• Word Study (Common Word Roots, Common Prefixes, Common Suffixes)
• Types of Sentences (Declarative, Interrogative, Exclamatory, Imperative)
• Types of Sentences (Statement, Question, Exclamation, Command)
• Synonym
• Antonym
• Homonym
• Homophone
• Types of Writing (Expository, Narrative, Persuasive, Descriptive)
• Poetry Figurative Language (Alliteration, Hyperbole, Idiom, Imagery, Metaphor, Onomatopoeia, Personification, Simile)
• Reading Comprehension Strategies
• Using “I” or “Me”
• Spelling Tricksters (its, it's/ to, too, two/ their, there, they're/ your, you're/ desert, dessert/ weather, whether/ are, our/ lose, loose)
• No Excuses 100 Word Spelling List (Commonly used in writing)
• Making Connections (Text to Self, Text to Text, Text to World)
• 6 Traits of Writing (word choice, ideas, organization, sentence fluency, voice, conventions)
• Author’s Purpose (P.I.E – Persuade, Inform, Entertain)
• Plot Diagram (Exposition, Conflict, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, Resolution)
• Four motivational reading and writing quotes

Math Topics, Definitions & Examples: 
Topics referenced:
• Multiplication chart (0-12s) with perfect squares shaded
• Key words for math (+ - x divide, equals)
• Number line (-10 to 10)
• Number line (decimals in tenths from 0 to 1)
• Fraction bar equivalents chart
• Order of operations chart
• Fractions to decimals to percent chart
• Place value chart (millions to thousandths)
• Coordinate graphing chart (coordinate points, quadrants, x & y-axis)
• Greater than, less than, greater than or equal to, less than or equal to chart
• 2-D polygons chart (decagon, dodecagon, equilateral triangle, hexagon, isosceles triangle, octagon, parallelogram, pentagon, rectangle, rhombus, right triangle, scalene triangle, square, trapezoid)
• 3-D polygons chart (cone, cube, cylinder, hexagonal prism, rectangular prism, rectangular pyramid, sphere, triangular prism) 
• Rounding helper chart
• Formulas - area, perimeter, volume of rectangles & rectangular prisms
• Protractor examples chart (acute angle, right angle, obtuse angle)
• Math abbreviations chart
• Customary Measures and equivalents charts for length, capacity and weight 
• Metric measures and equivalents charts for length, capacity and weight 
• Time and calendar chart
• Thermometer chart (Fahrenheit and Celsius with examples)
• Types of angles chart (acute angle, obtuse angle, right angle, straight angle)
• Types of lines chart (line, line segment, intersecting lines, parallel lines, perpendicular lines, rays)
• Volume terminology chart (vertex, edge, face)
• Sample bank check filled out (classroom economy & real life)
• Numbers written as words (for check writing - cursive font)
• Roman Numerals chart (examples from 1 to 1,000)

Social Studies (USA Edition) Topics, Definitions & Examples: 
Topics referenced:
• 7 Continents
• Latitude Lines
• Longitude Lines
• Prime Meridian
• Equator
• Compass Rose
• Major Oceans
• Major Rivers & Lengths
• Map Coordinates
• Branches of Government 
• Legislative Branch
• Executive Branch
• Judicial Branch
• 50 States (list & map)
• State Capitals
• Statehood
• State Abbreviations
• Checks and Balances
• Amendment
• Constitution Preamble
• Branches of the Military
• American Flag Facts
• Presidents, Dates in Office, Political Party
• Oregon Trail Map
• Oregon Trail Landmarks
• 13 Colonies
• 13 Colonies Statehood
• 13 Colonies Date Founded
• Brief History Timeline
• U.S. Regions Map (4 region map options)
• U.S. Time Zone Map

Science Topics, Definitions & Examples: 
Topics Referenced
• Water Cycle
• Solar System Planets
• Animal Cell
• Cloud Types
• earth’s Layers
• Ocean Zones
• Types of Rocks
• Moh’s Hardness Scale
• Nutrition Guide
• Body Systems
• Five Senses
• Skeleton & Bones
• Environments
• Reduce Reuse Recycle
• Butterfly Life Cycle
• Plant Parts
• Predator/Prey
• Producer/Consumer/ Decomposer
• Food Chain
• Food Web
• Force & Motion
• Simple Machines (wheel & axle, wedge, lever, inclined plane, pulley and screw)
• Forms of Energy (electrical, heat, light, magnetic, sound)
• Magnetism (attract/repel)
• Electrical Circuits (series & parallel)
• Rainbow colors
• States of Matter (solid, liquid, gas)
• Temperature Conversion formulas (F to C, C to F)
• Periodic Table of the Elements
• Fraction-Decimal-Percent Equivalents

These helper pages are not tagged for Common Core but they reinforce many CCSS concepts.

Enjoy giving your students the tools to become independent learners!

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