Sometimes your students need some assistance organizing information, but you don’t want to do the boring-boring-boring book report (or country report, or science report). These theme-based Reports & Organizers give your students the structure — but not the limits — to organize the information they find in a useful manner, and practice their written communication skills at the same time.
Asteroids, Comets, and Meteoroids… oh my!
Ever wondered what the difference is? Or just what causes a shooting star? And why is a what we call a “meteor” really a “meteoroid”?
You and your students can discover the answers to these questions and more in this unit and then compile your information in an attractive four-page booklet with cute images.
Booklet is also included in black and white.
This versatile report works with any country – and a vast range of student ages! Pick and choose which pages you want to include.
What’s included: Different designs for cover page, Index page/ Numbered index page, Country map page (blank – for students to draw or cut/paste map of country), Country notes (two pages with prompts, one page blank for note-taking), Lined pages for written country report, Country landmarks page (draw, list, or cut/paste landmarks), Lined page for landmark report, What Words Mean page (translate common words such as “hello, goodbye, thank you”), Sources page (2 versions: one with example of citations, one blank)
Looking for an easy way to teach about seed dispersal (and incorporate writing)? This packet of teaching posters and an accompanying mini-book for students goes over the six main types of dispersal (gravity, mechanical, burr/hook, wind/water, fire, and insect/animals).
6 teaching posters with images and descriptions of the six main types of seed dispersal.
A small booklet for students to complete. They can either write descriptions of the methods of seed dispersal or write/draw the seeds associated with each method.
If you’re looking for a way to study the life of Ben Franklin, this unit gives you that — and more! The book details his life, inventions, etc., and the associated writing activities prompt creativity, test comprehension, and teach vocabulary and critical thinking.
A 16-page mini-book about Ben Franklin (includes information about his personal life, civic and political activities, inventions, writings, etc., as well as plenty of pictures!)
Comprehension question worksheet (multiple choice with answer key)
Comprehension question worksheet (written answers)
2 writing prompts
1 resolution-making prompt
Crossword puzzle (with answer key)