About Our Atmosphere ebook

About Our Atmosphere ebook

Learn about the layers of the atmosphere with this attractive, full-color 12-page ebook. Each of the five atmosphere layers of the earth are discussed in detail, with gorgeous images (both photographs and digital renderings) of earth and the atmosphere to grace each description. Students learn about earth and space science by reading the ebook, recognizing both the purpose of the layers of the atmosphere as well as the need to take care of our earth. Pages are the size of half of an 8.5 inch by 11 inch paper. It would be perfect for reading on an e-reading device. If desired, it could also be printed into a foldable booklet using three sheets of paper. Product has been included four times: Formatted as an ebook (pages in order), formatted as a booklet (set to print front and back) and repeated with both options with simplified black and white clip art. Note: Due to the full-color and full-page nature of the color version of the atmosphere ebook, printing is not recommended. If you do decide to print, you may wish to visit a professional printer in order to save wear and ink on your personal printer.
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Guided Research Project Moon Mini-book

Guided Research Project Moon Mini-book

Moon guided research project. Let your second to fourth graders research and write a mini-book about the moon by giving them this moon mini-book guided research project. Pages prompt students with questions to seek answers to, a chart to track the sources referenced, a few graphic organizers, and one of the two templates for writing a mini-book, (an 8-page mini-book created out of one folded sheet of paper or a half-fold mini-book).
Rebecca-Reid
Mother Baby Matching Activities

Mother Baby Matching Activities

This set of activities relates well to the book Are You My Mother? by P.D. Eastman. Match mother animals with their babies in this set of hands-on play: a barnyard scene, tracing pages, and matching flashcards. The first activity is a simple cut-and-paste sort asking children to cut out the objects and sort them in to the correct side: “Has a Mother” or “Does not have a mother.” Next is a barn template for making a mother-baby farm animal sort. If desired, cut out the animals and match. Or, tape the animal strips together to make a slide-and-match activity, as shown in the image to the right. The babies fit in the top window, and the mothers fit in the barn doors space. Pages 7 to 9 include tracing pages for children to practice tracing lines from the baby animal to the mother. The remainder of this set includes mother and baby flashcards. Pages 10-15 are without labels. Pages 16 to 21 include the name of the animal and the name of the baby.
Rebecca-Reid