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Interactive notebook activities

Enhance student learning with these interactive notebook activities. Explore top ideas for hands-on, interactive learning experiences that will captivate and inspire your students.
Interactive Notebooks Kindergarten, Kindergarten Anchor Charts, Digital Interactive Notebook, Interactive Reading, Interactive Journals, Kindergarten Reading, Lap Book Templates, Notes Template, The Candy Class

Hi everyone! Today, I am sharing the template types and some inspiring ideas. The first template type is the accordion. The accordion is a template that folds up like an accordion. It’s unique shape can be used for lots of purposes including connecting ideas and things that go in chronological order. Find out more ideas … The Interactive Notebook Template Types Read More »

Beatrice Correa
Interactive Notebook Rubric, Interactive Notebooks High School, Spanish Notes, Spanish Lessons, Learn Spanish, Spanish 101, Spanish Language Learning, Teaching Spanish, Spanish Teacher

Spanish Interactive Notebooks If you've read my posts on teaching Spanish without a textbook, you know I've moved away from teaching explicit grammar. I don't introduce verb charts until at least December, and every year that gets later. For the first part of the year, our grammar section sits empty. This is because students are acquiring grammar structures through comprehensible input, even when they don't know it. Our 'class content' section is chock-full of grammar. It's just not…

Cassidy Lancaster
Math Resources, Math Activities, Math Games, Math Tools, Math Interactive Notebook, Math Intervention, Third Grade Math, Fourth Grade, Guided Math

I have been using interactive math notebooks in my classroom for as long as I can remember. Math notebooks are a great place for students to take notes, record definitions and sample problems, and practice new skills. They are perfect to use for direct instruction and guided practice, in small groups or as a whole class.…

Jessica H