Print/Copy on colored paper or ask students to color the charts, tables, diagrams, outlines and fill-in-the-blank boxes.
Color coding may be beneficial for some and you may want to decide on a classwide color coding scheme. Some students may even want to utilize a personal color coding system of their own creation. I believe the more personal and organized a student makes his or her notebook, the more memorable, useful, and treasured it will be.
Ask students to cut out the charts, tables, diagrams, and fill-in-the-blank boxes and use glue, glue sticks, rubber cement, or tape to attach into the interactive notebooks.
There are two versions of each of the charts, tables, diagrams, and fill-in-the-blank boxes included with this product. This allows for differentiation based on student needs or time constraints.
It may be necessary, depending on the size of the notebooks being used, to reduce these documents on a copy machine.