Interactive Math Notebooks - Lines and Angles

Sunday, January 12, 2014
One of our topics last semester included learning about lines and angles. We created some foldables for our Math Notebooks. We used 2 different foldables and some colored paper.



The first one included line information. On the outside we labeled the 7 different items.

On the inside we drew the item and glued on definitions. 

I do find it easier for my kids to have the information typed up for them. Most of them have poor handwriting and some take forever to write. Now if only I would use my own advice ALL of the time and have notes & things typed up to do fill in the blank or cut and paste.

For the second foldable, we discussed types of angles. I found this foldable {Acute, Obtuse, Right, & Straight (Foldable)} at TPT from Lisa Davenport

With this foldable we were able to cut out pictures of the types of angles and their definitions. Yay for cut & paste!

If you are interested in purchasing the first foldable, you can find in my TPT store here.

Do you have your students take notes or do you do something like cut/paste?

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