Are you studying earthquakes in your homeschool? Teaching our homeschooled children how to research topics on the Internet or at the library is an important skill that they will use their entire lives. Learning about the world around us and the natural disasters that often occur in places other than where we live, will help make kids more aware of what goes on in other countries and the struggles that they face with natural disasters, such as earthquakes.
This free earthquake research journal will have students in upper elementary and middle school researching historic earthquakes and the devastation that they caused.
Investigate 35 historic earthquakes from around the world with this FREE notebooking research journal. Earthquakes covered range from 464 BC to 2011 and include space for students to record the epicenter, magnitude, and more. Explore the impact earthquakes have made on history in places including Greece, Egypt, China, India, Japan, and many others. Download yours free today!This post is part of the Natural Disasters Notebooking Research Journals Series
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Teach children all about the terminology associated with earthquakes with this free vocabulary copywork notebook. They will learn what various terms related to earthquakes mean and practice their handwriting at the same time. This free instant download about earthquakes will go great with the free notebooking research journal.
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