Interactive Notebook

This unit was designed to incorporate an interactive notebook. While most classrooms participate in note taking for math, it has been proven that by stimulating your mind through visual, tactile, self teaching, and listening, students ability to remember information is enhanced. Many of the lessons in this unit show pictures of how to make the interactive notebook page. These pages can help students with studying, homework, and developing a solid understanding of the topic. Each one of the pages can be easily replicated with little materials (post-it’s, scrap paper, colored pens, etc.).

After opening, the flaps reveal the definitions of the numerator and denominator.

After opening, the flaps reveal the definitions of the numerator and denominator.

Students can see the parts of a fraction.

Students can see the parts of a fraction.


A first day look at dividing fractions.

A first day look at dividing fractions.


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A look inside the flaps.

A look inside the flaps.


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LCM
The fractions can slide to make comparisons

The fractions can slide to make comparisons


How to make a mixed number
Equal Fractions

3 thoughts on “Interactive Notebook

  1. I’m not teacher yet! Maybe next year. The most important thing is about how to enjoy with mathematics.Teachers should have thought how to connect it with ‘real life’.However, it is not late to do something for modern teaching! I think, you know your job enough that this activity is its proof. I just wanna say that please go on.

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