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  • Jennifer

    Runde's Room... excellent math ideas

  • Nikki Meinhardt

    Are you using interactive math journals or interactive notebooks in your classroom? You really should be! This 165-page resource contains everything you need to start interactive math journals or interactive math notebooks in your classroom. This resource contains 38 different math journal activities - with each one containing an interactive hands-on aspect for the student. Each journal activity contains organization ideas, left-side and right-side of the page ideas, pictures, detailed instructions, and student templates to build the interactive tools. Assessment ideas, checklists, and reflection pieces are also included. All major math concepts are covered - numeration, fractions, measurement, algebra, geometry, statistics, geometry, etc. This resource is best suited to grades 4 - 8, and is aligned with the Common Core Standards and Ontario Curriculum Strands. Please download the preview to see what is included in this resource. The preview also contains two full journal activities so you can see the format of the activities. My Math Reflection Fans make a great companion resource for this interactive math notebook. This resource is included in my Math Journal Bundle - The Ultimate Math Journal Bundle for Upper Elementary Math. These journal activities have been based on my popular "Math Journal Sundays" posts on my blog: Runde's Room

  • Jessica Oliver

    Awesome ideas for Interactive Math Journals- really good factors and multiples, primes and composite examples-4th grade math journals.

  • Katie Aspin

    Interactive Math Journal ideas

  • Caitlin Canavati

    Interactive Math Journal from Rundes Room on TeachersNotebook.com - (165 pages) - Interactive Math Journal - upper grades - aligned to the common core.

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Runde's Room: Interactive Math Journal F.A.Q.s - answers to your questions

Steps to Division math journal @ Runde's Room---for my 5th and 6th grade teacher friends...maybe need to do it with some of my 7th graders who struggle with long division

I like the idea of gluing artifacts into the math journal (Runde's Room had the idea).

Another site/link rec. from Dr. Nickie "Angles is a 4th Grade Standard in the CCSS. Here is a great set of activities to have students do in their math journals. I (Dr. Nickie) really like it because it is interactive, engaging and standards-based. Check it out!Types of Angles math journal @ Runde's Room."

I like this math journal. Although the teacher that posted this teaches 5th grade, I think it can be modified for the youngers, too. Great idea for teaching about symmetry.

Equivalent Fraction Race - I am super excited for this activity! Where can I buy dice in bulk?

If one of my high school teachers ever thought to scan their notes and make them available to us kids, I probably would have aced their classes. But on the down-side, I WOULDN'T OWN EVERY SINGLE HELLO KITTY NOTEBOOK SOLD AT TARGET.

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 Journal - 165 page resource of interactive math journal activities - common core aligned $

This teacher posts a new Math Journal idea each Sunday. There are a LOT of great ideas here, for practically learning math. #homeschool