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The Beauty of Interactive Notebooks

Interactive notebooks templates are so versatile! Other than sharing in the commonality of being a printable with the humble worksheet, they serve to greatly economize on space.

For instance, you can scaffold teaching and learning effectively.

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You can have prompts on the cover tabs followed by responses under these tabs.

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Here I’ve scaffolded the structure of different poem types. Students can look at the prompts and follow along when writing their own poems.

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They serve as excellent graphic organizers and effectively target kinesthetic learners with all the cutting and gluing:  active hands = active minds.

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Great for Compare and Contrast features too.

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And above all anything in an Interactive Notebook looks appealing!

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It’s all in this bundle!

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Until Next Time…

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