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I've had a lot of requests for the copy of the interactive notebook book guidelines that students get at the beginning of the year. This something I did not create. It was given to me when I first started notebooking. I have since tweaked it a bit and modified it so it could be printed in booklet form (which made it easier to glue to the front cover of the composition book).

In the interest of "paying it forward" I am adding it to my Teachers Pay Teachers listing as a free download - http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Notebooking-Student-Instructions.

Enjoy!



Comments

Jennibell said…
THANK YOU!!! Already printed it an will work on modifying it for my 7th grade SS classroom. I'm loving all the great stuff I'm finding in blogland this summer. I hope, like you, I too can pay it forward in the future :)
Patti Wilson said…
Thanks for sharing!
I am so glad to have found your blog! I would like to start the ISN this year for science and social studies. I look forward to reading your ideas!

Patti
One Class, One Sound
Unknown said…
Thanks so much! I am thrilled to have found your blog and am now following you! I can't wait to read more.
Laura



TIPS: Teach, Inspire, and Prepare Students
Mandi said…
I am so glad I found your blog. I plan to implement notebooking in my science classes this year. On your power point, you have a really great unsafe lab worksheet. Can you point me in the direction of where you found that?
Eve Heaton said…
Mandi - This is the link to the post where I talk about the unsafe lab and where I got the work sheet - http://sciencenotebooking.blogspot.com/2009/07/science-safety.html

Eve
Jaci said…
Thank you. I look forward to using your examples in third grade this year.
Ms. W said…
Thank you! I am starting interactive notebooks this year and although we've started I need a lot more guidance, this will be a big help!

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