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A lapbook is a fun, hands-on way of consolidating children's research. This shark lapbook project has 7 templates and can be used for a shark week, marine science lessons or to support units on ocean animals, fish, or habitats. Choose the foldable components that best suit your learners, and the size of the lapbook they are creating. Some of the activities will require students to do some of their own basic research.
These cut-and-paste foldable activities are a fun addition to interactive notebooks and science centers. This hands-on resource is a bundle of 4 bird life cycle template sets - flamingo, owl, penguin, and chicken. Each foldout breaks down the life cycle into 4 parts (the penguin and owl also have a 6 part option). A cross between a science worksheet and a craft, children color their template, sequence the life cycle stages, glue, cut and fold.
Do you need a simple and easy end-of-school-year gift idea for your students? This cute jungle animal themed printable with an original poem can be given to your class to remind them of your time together. Suitable for Kindergarten and elementary students, your kids will love receiving this sweet poem from their teacher.
Looking for life cycle activities that are a bit different from a standard worksheet? Your students will love these fun and engaging foldable activities. This cut-and-paste printable resource covers 4 summer-themed plant life cycles: Strawberry, tomato, rose, and watermelon. The finished foldouts look great in an interactive notebook. The activities are also suitable for summer science centers. For each plant, the templates are differentiated so you can choose the ones that best suit your lear
Teach or review the stages of insect life cycles with these foldable sequencing activities. This bundled resource has differentiated cut and paste templates for 4 common insect life cycles - a butterfly, ladybug, dragonfly and honeybee. These activities are ideal for interactive science notebooks and science centers. Children color the templates, sequence, glue, cut and fold. A fun cross between a science worksheet and a craft!
Explore the life cycle of a strawberry with this fun, foldable sequencing activity. A cross between a worksheet and a craft, children learn about the strawberry life cycle in a hands-on way, with differentiated options if required. Use to support learning about summer plant life cycles, in an interactive science notebook, or even as part of a healthy eating lesson. There are 5 similar template options so that you can choose the one(s) that best suit your students.
Do your kids needs extra practice with multiplication math facts? This dinosaur-themed math foldable activity is a fun alternative to a worksheet and can be kept for children to reference again and again. This resource covers the 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12 times tables. Each number has 2 similar templates - one to simply color, cut and fold, and the other to fill in the missing numbers (before also coloring, cutting, and folding).
This sweet flower vase card is a lovely way for kids to show love to their Mom on Mother's Day. Print out the template, color, cut, and fold. There are 4 similar template options: Template 1 - Vase of flowers with 'Happy Mother's Day' written inside. Template 2 - As above but with a straight cutting edge. Template 3 - Vase of flowers with a blank inside. Template 4 - As above, but with a straight cutting edge. If printed on cardstock, the Mother's Day card will stand unaided.
Review the stages of growing flowers in a fun and memorable way with these flower foldouts. This science craft activity allows children to sequence 4 stages on a flower template, before cutting and folding. Use alongside growing plants in the classroom or as a spring science center. This activity encourages fine motor skills, is quick and easy to prep, and the finished foldouts can be placed in an interactive science notebook for reference.
These activities are a fun way to learn about composting, in the classroom. This compost resource features a foldable sequencing activity, sorting activity, and word search that will help your students understand how compost is made. Use as part of an Earth Day or Environment lesson, alongside creating compost at school/home, or for an eco/gardening club activity.
Are you looking for a fun way to teach insect life cycles that's a bit different from a standard worksheet? This foldable sequencing activity is hands-on and differentiated to help your students understand the life cycle of a cicada. The resource covers the stages of the cicada life cycle from egg to adult insect. Students will color their template, cut and sequence the stages, before gluing and folding. There are options for sequencing 4 or 6 stages. Suitable for classroom or home school.
Take a colorful journey through the life cycle of a butterfly with this 27-slide Google Slides presentation. This engaging slide show lesson covers the egg, caterpillar, chrysalis, and adult butterfly so that your students will have a full understanding of the life cycle. What's included? -Real photos of different butterflies and their caterpillars -Editable text boxes -Fun animations
Are you looking for a fun way to engage your students this Earth Day or to help them become more environmentally aware? Use this free foldable activity with students to help them record the actions they can/will take to help protect the planet! A mix between a craft and a worksheet, this resource can be used as part of your Earth Day activities, or at any time of year. Children color the heart-shaped Earth before filling in the template with 4 actions.
These fun cut and paste accordion foldouts are a lovely addition to interactive notebooks and spring/summer science centers. This resource is a bundle of 4 life cycle sets - frog, bean, sunflower, and chicken. Each template breaks down the life cycle into 4 or 6 parts. There are options to simply color the template, cut out and fold (and insert into a notebook if required). Alternatively, there is also an option to add a step of ordering the life cycle stages and sticking onto the template.
Are you looking for a fun way to teach life cycles? This foldout is an engaging and hands-on activity alternative to a worksheet to introduce or review the life cycle of an earthworm. The resource covers four stages - cocoon, hatchling, juvenile and adult worm. Use as a science center (linked to bugs, soil, or life cycles), for an interactive science notebook, or alongside making your own wormery. There are different template and label options to allow for differentiation if required: