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Naming Shapes (enVision Topic 10) Interactive Notebook

Naming Shapes (enVision Topic 10) Interactive Notebook
Naming Shapes (enVision Topic 10) Interactive Notebook
Naming Shapes (enVision Topic 10) Interactive Notebook
Naming Shapes (enVision Topic 10) Interactive Notebook
Naming Shapes (enVision Topic 10) Interactive Notebook
Naming Shapes (enVision Topic 10) Interactive Notebook
Naming Shapes (enVision Topic 10) Interactive Notebook
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10 lessons worth of interactive notebook pages on solid figures, lines, angles, and shapes. Common Core aligned. These guides have changed my classroom! Use these sheets in your mini-lessons or small group rotations. Students can use their own sheet to work alongside you as you teach. These lessons all correspond with enVision Math Unit 10. Teachers that don't use enVision will also enjoy these interactive sheets.

What each guide includes
→ learning target in kid friendly language
→ organized scaffolded notes
→ guided practice problems increasing in rigor
→ key vocabulary
→ student self-reflection.


Lessons in this unit:
- Naming Figures
- Parts of Figures
- Identifying Lines and Line Segments
- 6 Types of Angles
- What Makes a Polygon?
- Naming Triangles
- Naming Quadrilaterals
- Dividing Shapes
- Creating New Shapes
- Creating Generalizations about shapes

Why these sheets:
Before using these guided lesson guides I was finding my student's math notebooks to be a jumbled mess! I wanted their notebooks to be a place were they could practice new math skills, reflect on their learning, as well as, serve as a reference point to remind them of past lessons. However, since using these interactive lesson guides, I have seen a marked increase in student learning and notebook use! My students are constantly referencing their journals, asking me specific questions about concepts they are confused on, and are able to track their own understanding and growth towards standard. Not to mention they have helped me by keeping their journals organized, as well as, quickly assess what they know.

How to Use:
- Students cut and glue these sheets into their journal before each lesson. I either use the questions on the sheets to teach a mini-lesson or use them to in small group rotations.
-Don't use journals? Simply 3-hole punch them, put them in a binder or organize however you desire.

*******Other Resources********
Area and Perimeter

Intro to Division
Practice with Division
Patterns in Shapes and Numbers
Total Pages
19 pages
Answer Key
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