Interactive Notebooks

Getting Started:
How I Plan INBs
How I Grade INBs
What I Do Day 1 In Class
General, Beginning-of-the-book Pages
Top 5 Things I Love (#1-2)
Top 5 Things I Love (#3-5)

Content Pages:
Well, this list got cumbersome quickly...
The best way to see my pages is to use the "Search my Blog" or "Browse Topics" features
on the right side ---> (you'll have to scroll down some).
If you can't find something that you're wondering about, shoot me an email:
MrsHestersMath@gmail.com I'll {hopefully} respond fairly quickly.

10 comments:

  1. I am so glad I found this site! I am a 1st year 8th grade Math teacher. I've taught 4th grade math for several years before moving up to middle school (love it!) and I've always used interactive notebooks, but nothing like this! I love it!!!!

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    1. Glad you found me, too!! Please let me know any of your ideas for using interactive notebooks that I haven't thought of yet!

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  2. I love your resources for the INBs! I am just starting to use them in my classes this semester.

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    1. Thanks! Good luck! Let me know how it goes! I also just jumped on over to your blog and added it to my rss feed; I'm excited to follow your journey.

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  3. I can't tell you how happy I am to have found your site!! I "almost" feel like I have found another teacher to plan with (albeit far away)!! You've got GREAT ideas & I plan on reading EVERY post! <3 Thank you soo much!

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    1. Glad you're here Janie!! Let's plan together - I love technology as physical distance hardly matters! Shoot me comments or emails and we can have little PLC meetings :)

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  4. Doing research on INB's to use this next year as I head back to teach Algebra 1 this next year. I really like how you laid things out, and I agree about flipping the sides, I think that is one of the things that always bothered me and it is such an easy fix! Love all your entries! Looking to borrow some more ideas as it goes along and post about it on my blog! Thanks for sharing!!

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  5. Thank you so so much. I love your INB tips, it's just my second year trying these. It is extremely helpful to have examples. And bless you for making them free and accessible :):):)

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  6. Thank you so much for publishing this info. It's so helpful as I get started using INB. What do you have the kids do if they forget their notebook? Or worse...lose it?

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  7. I just want to say thanks for sharing. This is my first year teaching 8th grade and I feel like I am constantly trying to figure it out. I spend hours on tpt. I am very grateful for your willingness to share. thanks

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