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Math Notebooking

This page has many many many links to great math notebooking ideas! Whether you call them math notebooks or math journals, writing about math and documenting math activities are a great way to cement mathematical.

Ms. Smith's Interactive Notebook - doing this especially for the factoring/multiples concepts. I always get that mixed up.  Love that she uses visuals with the letters to help in remembering.

Interactive Math Notebook-Factors and Multiples. Really like some of these journal pages.maybe I should be doing math journals!

I know I've pinned this site before, but I love her math notebook! I'm using this place value chart next week in my class.

I know I've pinned this site before, but I love her math notebook! I'm using this place value chart next week in my class.

Johnnie's Math Page is the place to find hundreds of fun and engaing math activities for students and their teachers.

Johnnie's Math Page is the place to find hundreds of fun and engaging math activities for students and their teachers. Awesome and middle schoolers love it to break the monotony of math (to them)

I like the idea of using a large letter for formulas... Might have to do this with density, speed, and force

Awesome ideas for "interactive notebooks"! She teaches middle school math but her ideas could be adapted to any grade I think you should make the big P and A with rectangles so students can find the perimeter and area for them.

Summer learning is so critical, especially for students who are already struggling. I’ve been working with a peer tutoring group this year (5th graders tutoring 3rd graders), and I wanted to give them a gift for completing the program. I bought each of the students a deck of cards, and my idea was to create …

Math Games with a Deck of Cards

Math Coachs Corner: Math Games with a Deck of Cards. A free booklet of easy math games that can be played with a standard deck of playing cards. For Family Math Night

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