Earth Science Interactive Notebook

Hi y’all!  Science notebooks need beefing up?  Too many boring notes?  Have a lot of hands-on activities, but need some more reflection opportunities?

Here are some ideas and pictures to use with Earth and Space Science!  These are cut, label, and paste activities and foldables that can be used and then reflected on by your students!

Fossils
Nonrenewable vs. Renewable
Canyon and Delta Vocabulary Wrap-Ups
Weathering, Erosion, Deposition Triangle Fold-Up
Wind, Water, Waves, Ice Fold-Up
Make your own or check out mine that are ready-to-use.  Above are some pictures from items included in my new product, Earth Science Interactive Notebook.  It includes 18 student sheets that will fit perfectly in their science notebooks.
Included
Earth’s Layers
How are These Landforms Formed?
Canyon Vocabulary Wrap-Up
Delta Vocabulary Wrap-Up
Weathering, Erosion, Deposition Sequencing
Weathering, Erosion, Deposition Triangle Fold-Up
Wind, Water, Waves, Ice
Volcano Web
Natural Resources Shutter Fold-Up
Fossils Cut, Label, and Paste
Water Cycle Labeling
Water Cycle Cut, Label, and Paste
My Drop of Water Writing
Weather and Climate Venn Diagram
Sun, Moon, Earth Triple Venn Diagram
Sun-Moon-Earth System Cutouts
Lunar Cycle Labeling
Planets Fold-Up
Check it out at my TpT Store.
Or check out the Bundle, with over 185 activities!

Comments

  1. I just started doing interactive science notebooks last year. I loved them! So did the kids.

    I just love all your stuff, I would be beyond thrilled if you donated to a science giveaway I’m doing.

    If you want you can check out this post on the TPT forum.

    http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=6176

    It would seriously make my day :-)

  2. Just found your blog and I love your Science Journal ideas! I am now following you and would love for you to drop by my blog when you get a chance!
    Patti :)
    A Series of 3rd Grade Events

  3. This looks awesome! And I love your blog design!! :)

  4. Thanks, ladies! You all rock!

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