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Animal Research Report: How to write a paper about an animal; describe its anatomy, diet, habitat, range, life cycle, enemies, and other interesting facts about the animal. Or go to the grading rubric alone.
Dinosaur (or other Extinct animal) Research Report: How to write a paper about a dinosaur; write about its anatomy, where it lived, when it lived, when it went extinct, and other interesting facts about the dinosaur and the period in which it lived.
Planet Research Report: How to write a paper about a planet, describing its orbit, atmosphere, internal structure, mass, gravitational pull at the surface, moons (if there are any), and any special attributes (like rings, an extremely-tilted axis, an odd rotation, or spots). Or go to the grading rubric.
Invention Research Report: How to write a paper about an invention, describing the function of the invention, when it was invented, who invented it, and how the invention changed people's lives. Or go to the grading rubric.
Explorer Research Report: Write a paper about a famous explorer, describing the area(s) that the person explored, when the expedition(s) traveled, highlights of the trip(s), why they chose the routes they did, and the results of the exploration. Or go to the grading rubric.
State/Province Research Report: How to write a paper on a state or province. Write about the land, location, capital city, bodies of water, population, flag, and symbols of the area.
Book Report with Rubric: How to write a book report, noting the name of the book, the author, the major characters, the setting of the book, and a short summary of the book.
Book Report: Write a simple book report, noting the name of the book, the author, the major characters, the setting of the book, and a short summary of the book.
Movie Review: Write a simple movie review, describing the characters, the story, and what you like the most and the least about the movie.
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