Interactive Notebooks and Foldables
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5 Tips – How to Teach Students to Solve Word Problems
Word problems made easy by including blank spaces so you can differentiate the numbers. The word problems are sorted by problem type so you can focus students on one problem type at at time. Perfect for K-2 classrooms. | Story Problems | Story Math | Teaching Math | Math Education | Scaffolded Learning | Teaching Addition | Teaching Subtraction | Elementary School | Beginner Word Problems
Freebie! Math Journal Prompts for Kindergarten and First Grade from TeacherTam on TeachersNotebook.com (20 pages)
Freebie! Math Journal Prompts for Kindergarten and First Grade from TeacherTam on TeachersNotebook.com - (20 pages) - With these pet-themed journal prompts, students will count bones, measure yarn, add balls, graph types of pets, subtract fish and more! There are 20 pages of prompts with 10 devoted to each grade level.
Problem Solving Journals Rock!
I like to use problem solving journals with my kiddos. This is a journal that they use only for problem solving. I use a small 8 x 7 journal with blank pages that I order through our district print shop. I like this size because it gives kids a good amount of space to “show their work” for each problem. They do one problem per page and I find this helps them focus on the problem and to do their work in a neater, more organized way that is easy to read and understand.
FREE Parts of a Plant Cut and Paste Interactive Notebook Spring Summer Activity
Plants Activities: Free Download - Your students will love this printable hands-on parts of a plant interactive notebook activity booklet. The students will color and cut out a "lift the flaps" books and attach it to their interactive notebooks.