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This post features the second set of notebooking pages for the three types of rocks. Sedimentary rocks are available, and metamorphic rocks will be featured next. Igneous rocks are formed by volcanic activity and molten rock that hardens either underground or above ground. So these printable pages include images of volcanoes and huge igneous boulders. These two […]See more
Metamorphic rock has undergone a change through the forces of heat and pressure. Because these rocks began as either igneous or sedimentary rock, metamorphic rock is normally studied last. After all three types of rocks have been studied, it’s a perfect time to formally introduce the rock cycle. Recommended living books for a study of […]See more
I’ve been thinking about birds lately. I’ve got my bird feeder filled with seeds, ready for the winter birds. And I’m looking forward to the Great Backyard Bird Count next year. I almost never see owls, but I know that they are around. These notebooking pages are designed to be done alongside an owl pellet dissection. […]See more
As part of Sprite’s Anatomy and History of Medicine science curriculum for sixth grade, we are reading about famous doctors, scientists, and nurses through history. One is Florence Nightingale, the nurse who cared for so many during the Crimean War. We will use a living book to learn about the “Lady With the Lamp” —Heart and Soul: […]See more