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This would be a good way to organize Social Studies research for projects! Given to partners or small groups and have the class be the teachers! Love letting them be the teacher.

Students draw a tree (teacher draws an example on the board) and label each branch with the 3 branches on the government. The "leaves" are divided into three sections for each branch and students give one example in each section of leaves. (This activity can be done with the flower bouquet activity).

modify & create at beginning of year to describe community they want & what each area would look/feel/sound like.

I will be using these for our American History this year!! I was looking for a "1 page report" type page and this fits the bill!!

Social Studies Notebook...USA symbols. They open up to a picture and 3 facts listed by student.

Examples of using foldables in Social Studies Notebooks...2nd Grade with Mrs. Wade

3 branches of government: Legislative, executive, judicial

really great blog with detailed posts on how to do a really cool interactive ELA notebook-would like to try next year. read and really liked! The Middle School Mouth

Students love to have choice when it comes to their learning. Setting up Social Studies

Do you use notebooking in your social studies classroom

Pirate Lapbook11 compass book1 by jimmiehomeschoolmom, via Flickr