Our district recently started using Eureka Math (a.k.a Engage New York) and I love the work the students are putting out. The curriculum is free and the credit for all of the worksheets, sprints, word problems or exit tickets within this resource goes to Eureka Math.
When I started using this curriculum in my classroom my only gripe was that there was so much transition throughout a lesson and my students would have to get out paper after paper and tool after tool, it was just too much for me! I also loved working with math journals so much, it was very hard to give this up.
To solve my dilemmas, I decided to simply take Eureka's resources and arrange them in a way that worked for me and my students in one organized student notebook where the students could write down their thoughts and leave evidence of the day's lesson that they could use in the future.
The following is a list of sections you'll find within this notebook:
Please note that you'll still need to consult the teacher's manual for all teaching directives that the students will need. This is simply a place for them to record their thinking; however, I have tried to include the application problems as well as the the exit tickets.
Hopefully, if you use this curriculum in your room, these resources will work for you and your students. I will be listing these notebooks by module and topic as I complete them for free as it contains copyrighted materials created by Eureka Math.