One of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s responses to the Great Depression was to create a number of government agencies to address different parts of the economic crisis. With this Agencies of Franklin D. Roosevelt Notebooking Journal, students can research and learn about 40 of these agencies and record the common acronym used to refer to each agency, when each was established and if it was established by a specific Act, who the first head of each agency was, when each ended operations (or if any still exist), what the primary goals were for each agency, some of the specific tasks each accomplished, and other interesting facts. They’ll learn about the Civilian Conservation Corps, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Social Security Board, and many other agencies. 43 pages total. Ages 8-13.