This easy prep resource includes a wide variety of social studies interactive notebook templates. It includes cut and paste activities, foldables, tabs, doors, pockets, wheels and more. It´s great for supporting learning standards while building vocabulary and comprehension about the various academic topics.
VIDEO PREVIEW: To preview all of the pages, hover over the video with your cursor, click on the diagonal arrows under the video for "full-screen" mode and then click play.
This resource has been teacher-tested and approved, downloads in a secure PDF file, has an easy prep format, uses blackline graphics, is easy to differentiate, works great for large or small groups and can be used during mini lessons or at learning centers.
This resource has also been kid-tested and approved, uses kid-friendly fonts and graphics, reinforces academic vocabulary, includes an interactive component, uses easy-cut formatting for young learners, has large pieces for small hands, includes large writing spaces for beginner writers with primary lines, and includes powerful “I can…” statements to empower students to take ownership of their learning.
Wide variety of interactive notebook templates
English + FREE Spanish version (for teachers who need it)
INCLUDED MINI-LESSON THEMES
Days of the week, months of the year, my day, growing up, life history, past and present, Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Ruby Bridges, inventions, Alexander Graham Bell, Benjamin Franklin, Henry Ford, Samuel Morse, Thomas Edison, Wright Brothers, citizenship, consequences, my leaders, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Barack Obama, U.S. symbols, Lincoln Memorial, Washington Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, Liberty Bell, Mount Rushmore, Statue of Liberty, my needs, my wants, needs vs. wants, farm goods and services, economic choices, community helpers, resources, renewable resources, using resources, geography, parts of a map, compass rose, hemispheres, map vs. globes, my address, me on the globe, landforms, bodies of water and natural vs. man-made
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