Using the various sheets in this packet, scaffold notes for students based on need, experience, absences, or other abilities and factors.
Using the first page of this packet, cut apart the boxes and have students glue or tape them back together with the appropriate headings and in the correct order. This page can also be cut apart and glued onto page six for students struggling with handwriting notes. If you do not want to deal with the mess of glue and tape, students may also choose to photograph their sorts for recordkeeping purposes.
The first two pages of this packet are designed to be displayed on an Elmo, SmartBoard, or overhead projector for whole group instruction. Additionally, these two pages could be enlarged at a local printing company or your area education agency.
You may also consider printing the pages of this packet to use at a Math Center. For an example, you could print the first page onto cardstock, laminate it, cut out the boxes, and have the students put it back together. This could be done by using magnets and a magnetic surface or hook-and-loop tape to create a more permanent game.
At a center, students could use a notetaking page and the first page to take their own notes. Or, students could cut apart one of the first pages and glue it onto a notetaking page.
This also works well as part of an interactive math notebook/lapbook. Print size may need to be adjusted depending upon the size of notebook/lapbook being used.
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