Notebooking Central Stackers

Stackers use one sheet of paper to form four stacked tabs that relate to a person, place, thing, concept, idea, or formula. Each stacker makes a small four-page booklet that can be used independently or glued into student journals, notebooks, or other project formats. Visually and kinesthetically, stackers give the impression that one is investigating what is behind the person, place, or thing featured on the front tab. If preferred, stackers can be used as four separate anchor tabbed activities.



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President Stackers use one sheet of paper to form four stacked tabs that relate to the Who, What, When, Where/How of each United States president. When assembled, a stacker makes a small four-page booklet that can be glued into student journals or used on numerous project display formats, including Envelope Foldables. Visually and kinesthetically, stackers give the impression that one is investigating what is behind the president featured on the front tab. If preferred, stackers can be used as four separate tabbed activities.



Scientist Stackers use one sheet of paper to form four stacked tabs that relate to the Who, What, When, Where/How of famous scientists, past and present. When assembled, a stacker makes a small four-page booklet that can be glued into student journals or used on numerous project display formats, including Envelope Foldables. Visually and kinesthetically, stackers give the impression that one is investigating what is behind the scientist featured on the front tab. If preferred, stackers can be used as four separate tabbed activities.



Mathematician Stackers use one sheet of paper to form four stacked tabs that relate to the Who, What, When, Where/How of famous mathematicians, past and present. When assembled, a stacker makes a small four-page booklet that can be glued into student journals or used on numerous project display formats, including Envelope Foldables. Visually and kinesthetically, stackers give the impression that one is investigating what is behind the mathematician featured on the front tab. If preferred, stackers can be used as four separate tabbed activities.



Stackers provide multiple pages of interactions based upon a single person, place, or thing.

Stackers can be used to investigate current and/or historic events, geographic locations, and political movements.

Stackers can chronical the development of theories, ideologies, and/or civilizations.

Stackers can be used to present information in a sequential manner, as in stages or steps.

Stackers can be used to make timelines of important events in ascending or descending order; however, they are most frequently organized to present the most distant event on the bottom and the most recent event on the top.



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