7 Subject Science Portfolio Minecraft & the Real World
To use this book from The Thinking Tree, you will choose 4 books and 2 documentaries about each scientific subject. Students will also build something in their Minecraft world based on these subjects and use gel pens/colored pencils to complete the activities in the book. Topics include: botany, chemistry, geology, meteorology, physics, technology and zoology. The book provides a framework for the content the student chooses to use. They will be asked to draw a scene from a documentary, write a review, write a paragraph on what you learned, draw a diagram or illustration, create a comic strip, find 4 words with more than 10 letters and write the definitions, doodle while listening to an audio book, and more. The pages mostly repeat in the 7 different science topics. Nearly all content comes from outside sources. The Minecraft theme is scattered throughout. Uses the dyslexie font in places. 280 pgs, pb. ~Sara
A research handbook for kids who love Minecraft! Your student will learn about Botany, Technology, Chemistry, Meteorology, Zoology, Geology, and Physics with this creative research guide. They'll use library books, videos, and online research to complete assignments. Your student will also get to try out some of their findings in Minecraft. Make learning fun while tapping into your students interests with this amazing book.
Creative children, struggling and reluctant learners, and students with learning challenges all thrive with these books!
Uses a Dyslexia-friendly font to help with letter reversal and reading confusion.
This series of workbooks from Thinking Tree combines nature study and state studies with a focus on the various state birds, flowers, and trees. Each book features two pages per state plus vocabulary pages. While the first page is primarily a nature study (i.e. botanical name, describe habitat, etc.), the second page is more general. These pages include state-specific questions (ratification dates, capital cities) and a creative writing assignment (poem, short story, or unique state tidbit).
Look in your science books for . . . . . .
Watch a video or read a book about this occupation.
Draw and doodle while listening to an audio book.
Copy an interesting or important paragraph or list from your book.