Math in a Minute

Volume 3 Issue 4

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INTERACTIVE JOURNALS

Interactive Math Journal Example

Helpful Hints for Interactive Journals

  • Use tabs to identify different units of study
  • Glue a large manilla envelope in the back to hold tools (paper ruler, protractors, etc.)
  • Tape a piece of yarn to the spine of the journal that can be used as a book mark.
  • Use color coding for new information or something already known
  • Use glue sticks and not bottles... less mess!
  • Use a brad to make movable parts (clock hands, rotating shapes, create angles, etc.)
  • Glue QR codes onto pages to allow digital links
  • Put tools that are always used in the cover (100s chart, ten frame, etc.)
  • Glue a CD paper case into the journal to have a pocket with a window
  • Glue envelopes on pages to store items (digit cards, vocabulary cards, etc.)

Reflection Stems For Notebooks

Foldables For Notebooks

Learners can add foldables to their journals for reference. Click here for more ideas of foldables to use in math.
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STOP COLLABORATE AND LISTEN

3rd Grade, 4th Grade, and 5th Grade

WHEN: October 2, 2014

TIME: 4:00-5:30

WHERE: Cottonwood Creek

WHAT: Get an overview of the 9 weeks for your specific grade level! Leave with ideas or resources for math!


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Kindergarten, 1st Grade and 2nd Grade

WHEN: October 9, 2014


TIME: 4:00-5:30

WHERE: Cottonwood Creek

WHAT: Get an overview of the 9 weeks for your specific grade level! Leave with ideas or resources for math!


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