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This interactive math notebook allows our sixth grade math students to write down math notes during class in an organized format. This notebook includes thirteen outlines – one for each of our thirteen sixth grade math units, for a total of 58 pages. These note outlines cover all of the sixth grade math common core standards, so you will be able to use them even if you do not use our units. ** Please look at the preview for a detailed table of contents for this product. **

This product includes two pdf files, a 58 page file for the students to complete throughout the year, and another pdf file that shows the teacher key.

Click on the link below if you are interested in buying the bundle of our two interactive math notebooks for a 15% discount.

**Sixth Grade Interactive Math Notebook BUNDLE**

We’ve found that when students are given completed math notes (such as an explanation in a math textbook), they are not nearly as engaged in the learning process as when they take notes during class. So, while we want the students to actively take notes, we’ve found that many students take too long to write the explanatory sentences. Then, they either don't finish taking notes in the time allotted, or their handwriting is so messy that their notes are functionally useless. Particularly hard hit are those students with ELA or physical disabilities.

We use these interactive math note outlines as a way to meet all of our students’ needs. Pre-written for the student is the outline that can take so long to write in class. During math instruction, students are expected to write on their version of the notes what is found in the teacher version of these notes. The teacher may create additional problems for students to solve as a way to check for understanding in order to give students more practice, and to differentiate.

The blank outlines can be copied and pasted into a math notebook/spiral for students to complete during class (which is what we do), or they can be projected for students to copy if that is easier for you due to paper restrictions.

We hope you enjoy using these math note outlines!

J and J

• Our**Sixth Grade Math Units** have everything you need to teach the sixth grade math curriculum for a whole year. They include lesson plans, activities, homework, vocabulary quizzes, and unit study guides and tests with accompanying keys.

• Our**Daily Morning Work** provides a daily spiral review to increase mastery of previously taught math principles. These worksheets include daily practice with the higher level thinking embedded in the common core mathematical practices.

• Our**Mini-Assessments** provide you a quick and easy way to test for mastery of specific Common Core concepts in order to provide intervention. You can also use them as task cards.

•**Pre and Post Tests, Versions A and B**. These cumulative tests can be given at the beginning and end of the year to show student mastery and growth. Version A is a 25 problem test, while Version B is a 32 problem test.

• Our class presentation**Cumulative Review.** This product will help you as you review previously taught concepts before standardized testing.

• For an easier way to collect and grade daily math papers, this bundle also includes our**Weekly Math Grading Log**

• Our** Vocabulary Assessments by Domain**

This product includes two pdf files, a 58 page file for the students to complete throughout the year, and another pdf file that shows the teacher key.

Click on the link below if you are interested in buying the bundle of our two interactive math notebooks for a 15% discount.

We’ve found that when students are given completed math notes (such as an explanation in a math textbook), they are not nearly as engaged in the learning process as when they take notes during class. So, while we want the students to actively take notes, we’ve found that many students take too long to write the explanatory sentences. Then, they either don't finish taking notes in the time allotted, or their handwriting is so messy that their notes are functionally useless. Particularly hard hit are those students with ELA or physical disabilities.

We use these interactive math note outlines as a way to meet all of our students’ needs. Pre-written for the student is the outline that can take so long to write in class. During math instruction, students are expected to write on their version of the notes what is found in the teacher version of these notes. The teacher may create additional problems for students to solve as a way to check for understanding in order to give students more practice, and to differentiate.

The blank outlines can be copied and pasted into a math notebook/spiral for students to complete during class (which is what we do), or they can be projected for students to copy if that is easier for you due to paper restrictions.

We hope you enjoy using these math note outlines!

J and J

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Total Pages

58 pages

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Teaching Duration

1 Year

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