Interactive Notebook Pocket - How to Make a Notebook Pocket
Interactive Notebook Pocket - how to make one in three easy steps! I use this all the time! Whenever I need the kids to make a notebook pocket for their interactive notebook. I project the PDF from my laptop or put a print out under the ELMO.
Interactive Notebook Dividers 2.0 | Math = Love
One of my favorite changes from last school year was to make dividers for my students' interactive notebooks. The year before last, I tried...
Interactive Notebook Check
(teacherspayteachers.com) As a science teacher with around 200 students I needed to find a way to quickly grade interactive notebooks while also providing feedback to students. After trying several different grading methods I developed this quick and easy grading checklist that allows you to grade interactive notebooks at a glance.
Interactive Notebooks - Two Perspectives
This week, my good friend and former (it feels so gosh darn sad to say that) teaching partner went to CAMT in San Antonio, TX. For those of you who are unfamiliar, it stands for Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teaching. It may sound boring--but let me tell you, it is FAB-U-LOUS! The speakers are a wonderful mixture of classroom teachers, specialists, vendor representatives, and out of state gurus. Case in point, the opening speaker on Wednesday morning was none other than the…
Rules of Decimals Lesson Freebie with Guided Notes
Do you need to teach or review Decimals with your students? Enjoy a Completely Free - Rules of Decimals Complete Lesson! An Excellent Teaching Resource. Perfect for interactive notebooks/journals, & more! A Free Sample of my work on Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing Decimals.
Math Tools Resource Ring
These math toolkits are perfect for upper elementary students. Students will love how easy it is to refer to problem solving strategies, math vocabulary, and formulas when they are working independently.
Interactive Notebook - 4 Freebies for Any INB - The Illustrated Classroom
January 9, 2016 - Get these four freebies for any interactive notebook. Rubric, table of contents, tabs, notebook pocket. Get them today, use them tomorrow!
Cassie Dahl | Teaching + Technology | Bloglovin’
I am linking up with Teaching Trio for Tech Thursday! After reading, make sure you head over there to see what other wonderful tech tips were shared. I am going to tell you about how you can use the P
Organizing Student Notebooks with Dividers - Math in the Middle
Today I’m sharing my newest step towards improved organization in the classroom: notebook divider tabs. (I got the idea from a blog post by Sarah Carter and knew that I wanted to modify them to work for me in the upcoming year). I decided that this year I am going to make notes worth 2Read more about Organizing Student Notebooks with Dividers[...]
How and why to use Math Sorts in Your Classroom (Free Download)
Why use math sorts? Discussions Differentiation Aligned to the standards No-prep FUN! 1. Discussions We constantly tell students to show their work or explain their thinking. Using math sorts weekly will give students practice in putting their thinking into words. Your students will use math vocabulary as they explain how they sorted their cards. They ... Read more
INB Pages for Algebra 1 Unit on Polynomials (Math = Love)
Since Algebra 1 is finished with polynomials, I thought I should share our interactive notebook pages for the unit. Each unit starts with a divider. You can read more about these dividers here.
How to Effectively Use Interactive Notebooks
Teacher-tested tips for effectively using interactive notebooks in secondary science classrooms - Getting Nerdy Science #interactivenotebooks #gettingnerdyscience
Words into Math
Last year, I found (and made my own version of) a study sheet called "Words into Math" for my students in Algebra 1. (Credit: I Speak Math) I decided this summer to adapt it using posters, word strips and velcro into an activity. I bought colored poster boards at the Dollar Tree and began cutting out each sign from a different color. I drew the arrow and parentheses on half sheets of white poster board. I had bought word strips the year before at the Dollar Tree (yes, it is one of my…