Wordless Wednesday: Getting Interactive

Happy Wednesday! I’m linking up with Miss DeCarbo for Wordless Wednesday!

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Do you use interactive notebooks? I’ve always been a big fan, especially for math. I’ve been hard at work this week on my new series of math packs- Activities by the Standards. Each pack focuses on activities for each common core math standard for first grade, and this is the interactive notebook for the first pack that covers 1.G.A.3- partitioning shapes. (Click on the picture and then click on PREVIEW to check out the whole pack.)

How do you like to use interactive notebooks?

Comment below, and make sure to check out the rest of the Wordless Wednesday posts!


Primary Paradise

Primary Paradise

I have always had a passion for teaching and sharing with others and look forward to sharing my ideas with you!

2 Comments

  • Corinna
    January 7, 2015 12:00 pm

    That looks cute and fun! I use interactive notebooks for science and social studies. It’s such a great way to keep all their info and learning in one place 🙂

  • Jan
    January 7, 2015 9:50 pm

    We use spiral notebooks for math. Sometimes we take notes and draw pictures (more like a math journal). At other times, we do interactive math activities. I teach 3rd, and I love what Blair Turner has created for math interactive journals. Your product looks great.
    Jan
    Laughter and Consistency

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