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Last updated on July 14, 2016 by Jamie Sears
Time Saving Tips for Interactive Notebooks
I have said this a million times, but I feel the need to say it again- Interactive notebooks rock!!!! My students love them because they feel like a craft to them and I love them because my students are working hard on important standards and skills.
But if not done properly, interactive notebooks can take up way too much of our instructional time. I went live last week with 4 of my best tips for saving time with all that cutting and glueing in interactive notebooks.
If you didn’t catch the live recording, you can watch this replay.
If you have more questions about interactive notebooks, you might want to check out this blog post.
If you are ready to start using interactive notebooks in your classroom, you might want to check out these products.
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