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  • Amelia Eldridge

    Science Notebooking: More Title Pages - Middle School

  • Denise Whitley

    Science journal: "She has them do their title pages for each unit. She also has them glue the main learning objectives (or we could do essential questions) on the left hand side then their colorful title page on the right. So much info on this blog."

  • Dawn Markley

    LOVE INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOKS!!! Science Notebooking - I like how she has them do their title pages for each unit. :) She also has them glue the main learning objectives (or we could do essential questions) on the left hand side then their colorful title page on the right. So much info on this blog... must follow.

  • Bobbie Dotson Bain

    Great blog with a lot of science notebook ideas.

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