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  • Lydia Wilson

    Social Studies notebook ideas

  • Kim Warters

    a social studies interactive notebook: This site is great for that!!! AND I love how the students write the learning objective for each activity

  • Kelly Gupton

    Interactive Student Notebooks RULE!

  • Julie Dingler

    social studies interactive notebook Great 2nd grade website!

  • Dana Lynn

    Interactive Social Studies Notebook. This site is great for that!!! AND I love how the students write the learning objective for each activity

  • Michelle Koerner

    social studies interactive notebook - good for our American Symbols unit

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Great idea to make vocabulary words a bit more interesting! Could adapt it from middle school to elementary grades...Would be a good idea for a word work journal even! :)

This would be a good way to organize Social Studies research for projects! Given to partners or small groups and have the class be the teachers! Love letting them be the teacher.

I will be using these for our American History this year!! I was looking for a "1 page report" type page and this fits the bill!!

Interactive Notebook for social studies...great ideas here!

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Information about Interactive Notebooks for Students - Great way to assess how students are understanding the information they are learning in class.

  • S

    LOL. I was just browsing pinterest looking for interactive notebook ideas after seeing those that a friend of mine did with her science class. I did a double take when I saw your name! Great minds think alike.... ;-) ~Sierra

  • Aja Fernandez

    That's so funny! We'll have to talk about it in San Diego.

Types of landforms foldable- have class add to their graphic organizers information they gather throughout the week about landforms. students can reference throughout the week when needed also for new activities

The Interactive Student Notebook (ISN)...one of the best tools I've used. Here are some new ideas for this ntbk geared to a social studies classroom.

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