Saturday, August 6, 2011

Interactive Student Notebook - Reading - My Pride & Joy!

Here are some pics from my students Interactive Notebook!
This is their READING BIBLE!
I will be posting my notebook forms and mini lessons in my TPT store in the next few days (bare with me - I'm new to TpT) ! Look for "Teachers Treasure" on TPT or click on my button on the right of the site.




 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 
























































20 comments:

  1. This is amazing! I can see why it's your pride and joy. My teamie and I are putting something similar together. I can't wait to share some of your ideas with her!

    ♥Rebecca
    Create●Teach●Share
    Create●Share●Inspire

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  2. I would love to purchase your ideas, but can't seem to find those, can you direct me. I searched teachers treasures on teachers pay teachers is that not correct?

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  3. Noveltddkk - Thanks!
    Here is the link
    http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Teachers-Treasures/Products
    Please bare with me :) I just started uploading the products.
    I'm working on uploading all the mini lesson now :)
    Should have most of it up by this evening.

    A Teacher's Treasure

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  4. What a wonderful way to use color in learning! Your reading Bible is incredible! Thanks so much for sharing!

    Teaching Blog Addict
    ♥Teaching with TLC

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  5. My organization in 6th grade this year has been:
    1.binder for english/word study/reading stuff
    2.reading response notebook
    3.writing notebook
    4.read aloud notebook

    I may end up TRASHING the binder before Thanksgiving!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :) Papers fall everywhere-they can't find anything-ugggghhhh!

    I love your interactive notebook!!!! Might try this next year or if I feel real ambitious after Christmas!!! Just found your blog and LOVE IT!

    Shannon
    http://6thgradescottforesmanreadingstreetresources.wordpress.com/

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    1. Try keeping your binders and using 3 ring notebooks inside instead of the loose leaf paper! We use the binders to put two to three notebooks (subjects)in one. File folders can be bought or made from card paper. So many things can be added easily and it is still all in one place.

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  6. Hi Mor:

    This looks wonderful--especially after my less-than-organized start to the year!

    I'm heading over to check out your TpT store!

    Happy day!

    Kim
    Finding JOY in 6th Grade

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  7. I love your interactive notebook! I am wanting to do this next year, but it has been so difficult to find information on them being used in an ELA classroom. Do you do the right/left side teacher/student input?

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  8. I love your interactive notebook. moorel@lisd.net

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  9. I bought your book on interactive notebooks and just wanted to tell you it is Great! Between your blog and the book you have been a great resource for me. This is my first year doing this and I am really excited for me and the kids. Just wanted to say thank you and I am definitely going to list you as a favorite on my new and puny blog :)

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  10. How much will it cost on tpt?

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  11. How much will it cost on tpt?

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  12. The link on tpt isn't working. I want to buy!!! I've been looking for a way to make language stuff more meaningful and authentic.

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    1. Here you go www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Interactive-Student-Notebook

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  13. Are you mini-lessons available for purchase? Love your ideas!

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    1. Thanks :) Yes they are available in my TeachersPayTeachers store http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/A-Teachers-Treasure

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