One of the easiest ways to begin math notebooking is by having your students create anchor charts for key concepts they are learning. In the traditional classroom environment, an anchor chart is created by the teacher (with student help) and hung on the classroom wall. But in a math notebooking environment, the anchor charts will be created by the student (with teacher help) and placed in a three ring binder for future reference. Pinterest is a great place to search for ideas. Here are a few printable math notebooking pages I have created, as well as links to the anchor charts that inspired them:
- Equal and Un-Equal Fractions inspired by Adventures of First Grade Fractions and Contractions
- Ways To Make 10 inspired by Coaching Chronicles Math Anchor Charts
- Fact Families inspired by Mrs. Zimmerman's Learning Conservatory Math Charts & Bulletin Boards
This is post is the second in the Math Notebooking Series.
*Go to Part Two of the Math Notebooking Series*
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