I am having so much fun implementing interactive notebooks in my classroom! If you are interested in them or want to try out new ideas, this is the place for you.
Ideally students would keep up with their table of contents. However, as I found out the hard way, my world rarely mimics the utopian classroom. We covered a new topic almost on a daily basis and with absences, only 5% of my students had a working table of content. It just was not an issue worth fighting. Time is valuable, esp. in my math class where we are constantly working from bell to bell. To be honest, I’d rather concentrate on the actual class content.
My solution was to print out an already filled table of content since my district had a scope and sequence mapped out for the school year. The students were responsible for filling in the date and page number. If you find yourself in the same situation, then feel free to use this template. Or even if you are not certain of the specific lessons, then fill in the unit name and leave 5-8 blank spaces for students to fill in.
Open the pdf file with an adobe reader (free online) and the fill-in ability allows you to type in your unit names before printing. Fold in half to fit in standard-size composition books. Look for more INB forms in my TpT store.
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