The other day one of my readers shared a fabulous tip with me and I wanted to share it with you.
She has been using our NO PREP packets as part of her notebooks. Instead of throwing away her students’ completed papers, she now has a place to keep their work!
Deb Thomas says
I do mine at 75% on my Mac and it is the perfect size for the black and white composition notebooks. What a great idea for keeping all of their work in one notebook for conferences! Thanks so much for sharing!
Traci @ Dragonflies in First says
Perfect… as always!
Cheeky Jumping Castles Brisbane says
My daughter LOVES it when i make little booklets for her. I make a cover with what ever she is "into" such as Barbie and the Popstar on the cover with a place to write her name. Then I staple the unit into a booklet.
Sylvia Parker says
What a great tip. We do something similar with our required reading passages. At the end of the year, kids take home a book filled of reading material which warms our hearts since many of our kiddos do not access reading materials over the summer.
This is a great idea. I recently saw this awesome interactive alphabet notebook and became inspired to figure out what I can do with my struggling readers. I really like your packages and have several on my tpt wish list. I would like to add a parent something to the notebook as well. I am not sure though – maybe some kind of explanation of the activity and or something fun that the child and parent(s) can do together to reinforce the days activity. I would appreciate any suggestions.
I really like the spin and color a fraction! Is it on TPT if so what packet?
So you are just gluing the pages into the notebook?
YES! I just used a glue stick to add the pages 🙂 I hope that helps!
Marilyn Gregory says
OK just trying to completely understand this before I begin.
I am in 2nd grade – who does the gluing of the pages in – teacher or kids? do you glue in several at a time or just one?
Love this idea just have to work out those little problems before I start. I know most of it is personal preference, but just curious how it works for those who have used it. thanks
GREAT question! I like to have the kids glue them in as we go so that the "interactive notebook" is in order of what I am teaching at the time. Like you said, it is a personal preference, but I like to do it that way 🙂 For younger kids, I glue them in. I hope that helps! Thanks for asking!