Thursday, June 27, 2013

What Do I Need for INBs?


If you are a teacher looking to implement Interactive Notebooks, you are going to need some supplies.
When you care compiling your supplies, you need to know that starting off with a sturdy notebook that will stand up over time.
To decorate and use in the sturdy notebook, you are going to need various types of pens, pencils, colored pencils, markers and highlighters.
And because you aren't only going to be writing/drawing in your notebook, you will need colored paper to be able to create Flippables to hold your notes.
To be able to create those Flippables, you will need scissors to cut on the dashed lines as well as glue sticks to stick them in your notebook. Sometimes you may use tape to create a hinge or for special types of Flippables that need to be sealed on one edge.
Once you have your notes all together, you may want to add in other things like Post It Notes, a handheld pencil sharpener, or some washi tape.
And to keep track of all these supplies, it would be best to put them all in a tub at each table.

And as a Structure Sergeant, those tubs will be your lifesaver at the end of each day to wrangle up the supplies for your students to be prepared for the next day.

So, until next time...


Mathematically Yours,

Jennifer Smith-Sloane
aka 4mulaFun
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P.S. The Interactive Notebook Linky returns on June 28th! Get your posts ready!

4 comments:

  1. I think you thought of everything! :) Do you mind if I throw in an ELA interactive notebook post or is your linky specifically for math? I would love to join in. :)
    ~Brandee
    Creating Lifelong Learners

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    1. The INB Linky is for ALL SUBJECTS and ALL GRADES! :) Feel free!

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  2. you covered the necessities beautifully!

    great post!

    Elizabeth
    Hodges Herald

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  3. Just downloaded some of your items from TpT - THANKS for the freebies and for reasonable prices. I look forward to using some of your ideas this year! THANKS!

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