A quick creative summary of the Treaty of Paris after the Revolutionary War to help remember the details. I suggest this for middle school.
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This is an excellent visual way for middle schoolers to record the advantages and disadvantages of both sides in the Revolutionary War. This will lead to a great discussion as well on how the Continental Army actually pulled off an eventual win, as you can clearly see the British Army had a huge advantage. The quarrel between England and France comes into play with this.
I hope you have gained some inspiration!
Friday, May 6, 2016
I used scrap construction paper to make this collage notebook page. I think a change of colors could make this even more interesting, maybe purple for mountains, green for the treeline, etc. My dd drew in the stick people. She loves doing this, and she remembers a lot from history by placing them in the correct setting and giving them character by dressing them up appropriately and giving them beards, etc.
Regarding the information included, go ahead and use the books you are already reading to fill in the information and don't forget to label! Get creative with your notebooking!
Friday, April 22, 2016
Here is a homemade page to hopefully inspire you. My girls seem to take more pride in their notebooking if they make it themselves, even if they have step-by-step directions. The completed product will look different than my example, and that's the beauty of it! I hope you like it!
If you would like a more complete unit, check out my Wright Brothers Notebooking Unit.
Friday, April 8, 2016
Here is the next in a series of homemade notebook inspiration. At the bottom of the page, I shaded in the flag before the ink was dry, thus the smearing. I've made a base page that includes the page with silhouettes of Washington and the other printable clips if you desire. See link below for those.
I've been making up these pages myself as examples for a co-op class that we attend. We have done some premade pages, and I just feel that these homemade ones stick more with the kids, as they become their own creation.
Stay tuned for more ideas!
George Washington base page for notebooking