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About this Product
This differentiated unit is composed of interactive notebook lessons organized into chapters. Each chapter includes:
• An overview with photos of the completed INB activity
• One page of input notes (differentiated when necessary)
• At least one INB activity (key included)
• A 4-5 question mini assessment (key included)
• A 2-part reflection exercise
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• Editable Earth Science Input Notes are available for purchase
Chapter 1: What is a soil?
Chapter 2: How does soil form?
Chapter 3: Soil Textures
Chapter 4: Types of Soil
Chapter 5: Layers of Soil
Chapter 6: Living & Nonliving Parts of Soil
Chapter 7: What is a mineral?
Chapter 8: How do minerals form?
Chapter 9: Mineral Properties (Includes Mohs' Hardness INB activity)
Chapter 10: Common Minerals
Chapter 11: Mineral vs. Rock
Chapter 12: Types of Rocks
Chapter 13: Sedimentary Rock Formation
Chapter 14: Rock Cycle
-Topics are differentiated for upper elementary and intermediate grades.
-Topics are differentiated with a color and shape code.
-Two pages of generic and self-assessment reflection prompts are included.
-This product does not contain black diamond chapters.
• This unit aligns with Next Generation Science Standards 4-ESS1-1 and MS-ESS2-1.
• Refer to my Free Curriculum Support Materials to help incorporate INB lessons into a NGSS aligned curriculum.
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