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Bring literature circles into your classroom in a new, fun, and creative way with interactive notebook activities and assignments.
This clock anchor chart can be helpful in explaining all the different parts of the clock and their meanings. I love that it shows the four quarters (which is really tough for some of the kids)!
Go digital and get your students engaged with Google Drive digital interactive notebooks for both World and US History! Each page includes links, graphic organizers, and student instructions!
Not Just a Flip Flap: How We Interact with our Interactive Notebooks - Education to the Core
identify types of angles, draw and measure your angles
Blog Hoppin': Setting Up Interactive Notebooks
Math foldable, I really like the mneumonic? device for obtuse :)
Math = Love: factoring
FREE Synonyms and Antonyms Interactive Notebook Entry! This blog post contains the materials to make a matching synonyms and antonyms anchor chart, as well!