Great job showing so many aspects of interactive notebooking! Thanks!!
March 3, 2013
February 17, 2013
This is what I have been looking for since August to help me with my science class! I want to include "fun" activities to help my students learn! You did a great job on your notebooking! THANKS SO MUCH! Lori
This is the single best lesson on the use of notebooking I have ever seen (and I have seen many different "explanations"). I will be implementing this style of notebooking next year and believe that your ppt and student guide will help make it more successful than ever. Thank you for providing this resource for free.
This is so cool. I love it. What books did you use to find all the information. It seems as if there was a lot of copying/printing done. I guess I would have to find an alternative for some of the ideas. Thanks so much for sharing.
September 1, 2012
Wow...Love how you gave examples of student work to help illustrate exactly what interactive notebooking looks like when implemented. I'm definitely going to try it this year with my students! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!
August 19, 2012
Thank you for sharing this! Great photos with fabulous ideas. I can't wait to implement some of them next year!
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I am a teacher overseas, and I am teaching a short 1 hour workshop for other teachers overseas. I have done notebooks for 2 years, but I have learned so much as I am researching other teachers also doing notebooks. I would love to use your notebook example powerpoint for other teachers to see what it should look like. I will give them a link to your blog and your teachers pay teachers store. Would this be alright with you?
I absolutely love your science notebooks! I am a second year teacher and I am looking for better ways to have my students use and organize their notebooks everywhere I can! I teach 5th grade science. I was just wondering where you got your resources for your notebook. Did you make them yourself? Like bhua (posted below) do you have a file of masters I could buy from you?
Sadly I don't have a master set I can put up for sale. Most of what I use in the classroom I find from a lot of different sources (textbook, Internet, etc.) so it is not 100% original. I can only sell original items on TpT for legal reasons.
February 23, 2013
I love your 4th grade science notebook. Do you have a file of black masters that I can buy from you?
August 6, 2012
Is there a way to print the slides with the comments?
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