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  • Jessica

    foldable angles (plus lots of good interactive notebook ideas)

  • Jessica Taylor

    Types of Angles math journal @ Runde's Room

  • D

    Math Journal Sundays ... Kicked Up A Notch classroom examples of types of angles

  • Stacey Painchaud

    Math foldable

  • Netha Williams

    Angle Foldable for Math Journal

  • Caroline Shin

    Math Notebooking! - I really like the ideas here for math journals, and especially the real life application. Need to think through how much of this to incorporate.

  • Nicki Sigmon

    Awesome math journals... and foldables...i can use this for tutoring!

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Love doing this each year. My students have loved it for 7 years! I got it from a veteran teacher my first year. 4-fold foldable for factors and multiples, prime and composite numbers

Operations with decimals math journal @ Runde's Room

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."

Multiplication foldable, can be used in math notebooks. The same strategy can be used for almost any math objective you are teaching.

#Foldable #Mathematics #InteractiveNotebook This is a great foldable for students to refer to when deciding what graphs to use!

Great description of math journaling in one classroom. Each two-page entry has the learning objective, that objective reworded by the student, what they knew beforehand, what they learned, their proof that it is so, a reflection of their choice, and a "foldable" interactive example. She even brings in left and right brain thinking by having the words and proof on the left side and the art and color on the right. :o) I definitely need to check out her other posts soon!

4-corner foldable to review the formulas for the area and perimeter I would use this with fifth grade. We would integrate math and art. We would be making this craft with the different colors of the color wheel.

Math journal- I plan to do this type of thing every year, and fail.

greatest common factor math Venn Diagram journal entry @ Runde's Room