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  • Jessica Clanton

    Going to visit this site for school ideas.

  • Pat Yazzie

    Tons of science notebook ideas, also social studies ideas. And a great bulletin board idea! Excellent hallway display

  • Jaime Pare

    Lots of great classroom ideas!

  • Shelly Baumann

    READ THIS BLOG>>NGUYEN!!!!! so many project based, visula science ideas!!!! Cheetos pollination, science notebooks..overload! Love love love this site. Tons of science notebook ideas, also social studies ideas. And a great bulletin board idea!

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Pinning this just for the image. Going to check out the science notebooking site next.

Summative display for weather unit - good for hallway to document learning

Science bulletin board! As the year goes on add pictures of kids doing science activities! Awesome!

If we use compisition books for science next year, I like this notebook setup. With a table of contents, the kids can find their information quickly. I love this and the idea of doing mini labs to teach the scientific method. LOVE!

I have my kids make these but I love how this teacher had them glue/tape them into a notebook. I also like how they had an illustration on the front...

GREAT science blog! Even if it's for the elementary level, the notebooking ideas are things I have used with my classes in HS.

NOTEBOOKING ON DISPLAY:Science Notebooking Hallway Display

{FOLLOW ME on TpT to know when you can download new products FREE!} Need some help with Social Studies? Need an activity to go with that Weekly Reader? Want to integrate reading and social studies? You are sure to love using social studies current events in your classroom!

My CCSS aligned bulletin board for a middle school social studies class. Will add each goal/question/concept to the spaces as we progress through them! #education #commoncore Would work for any subject.

Rocks the Charlotte Mason way. CS: 6-Earth Science- Igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary rocks have unique characteristics that can be used for identification and/or classification. AND Igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary rocks form in different ways.

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!!