Saturday, March 10, 2012

Math Notebooking

I love the math notebooking ideas that come from Runde's Room. We have a math notebook, but I've been working on making a printable math resource book (much like my writing resource books) that students can easily refer to throughout the year. I copied the pages on that BIG paper (two pages on the front, two on the back) so that I can just staple the booklets in the middle. Here are some pictures:
Front Cover
Inside of Front Cover

Math Warm Up pages: 17 Copies FTB per student: for each week of the year.
Marzano Vocabulary pages: about 7 Copies FTB
Math Notes: Around 10 Copies Double Sided




3 comments:

  1. I LOVE this idea. I really like the reference sheet. Did you make it? I'm your newest follower! THANKS for following me.

    Selina
    Classroom Magic

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  2. I did! If you like that, you'd probably really like my desk name tags. All of my stuff is free, so you should check them out! :)

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