Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Interactive Notebook Activities for Your Whiteboard

I love doing ISN's in my classroom!  However, sometimes I find myself explaining several times what I want on the left side due to multi-step directions. . This year I decided to create a PowerPoint of the various activities that I had into one PowerPoint so I could provide them with a visual.  This is a collection of fifty different activities to use in social studies or ELA . I am offering this as a FREE resource in my TPT store. Let me know what you think by leaving a comment and don't forget to follow me if you haven't already.

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 I also have a document version and you can download it HERE

4 comments:

  1. Wow, this is such a terrific resource. I'm even thinking of printing some of these out to make a "choice board". I teach 6th grade and feel like they may need a more permanent visual.

    Have you ever done something like the choice board? What do you think about it?

    Thanks again!

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  2. I do use use choice boards, and they are great for journals and projects. For my Outsiders unit I have a bingo project where they choose five tasks to complete from a bingo board. The kids really like it! I think you tend to get better quality work when the kids can choose what they want to do.

    I provide my kids with a list of activities they can choose from to complete the left side of their notebooks. However, I also have days where I choose for them because I am assessing a specific skill. It just depends on the class and what we are doing.

    I have these particular activities in a table format and will post the link on this blog post. It is six pages long and in the form of a pdf. You could also make a choice board by printing out a version with multiple slides.

    Thanks for the positive comments. I love feedback from my readers! It lets me know that the blog is serving its purpose, providing middle school teachers with resources and ideas they can use.

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    1. Do you think you could share your bingo project fo the Outsiders?

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  3. Thanks!!! This will be one of my most precious resources as I get these things off the ground. I agree, I always find myself repeating things with 7th graders...

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