*MUST*revisit them!

Notebooking is something that I am very passionate about! I have loved being able to share them with you (and receiving such wonderful feedback from you about them). It is really encouraging to know you're doing something right!!! I am

*feverishly*working on getting all of the contents of my notebooks available to you because you have been asking for them for

*months*! I have no new pictures of the notebooks themselves to share, but I do have some additional resources available.

First up is this cute little pocket!!:

This pocket includes all of the tools you see (and yes, they all fit into the pocket!).

**To view the Tool Pack click below:**

I then took the components from the measurement section of my math notebooks (PLUS a few new things) and combined it with the tools pack to develop this package:

If you are doing math notebooks I think you will be REALLY pleased with this package!!!

**To view the Notebook package click below:**

First 3 to comment will receive a free copy of the

**Tools + Notebook Package**!! Don't forget your email address!! :)
These would be awesome!!

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:) Kaitlyn

Smiles and SunshineI hope you enjoy! :)

DeleteJanaye, I love your notebooks and I am so excited to try them this year with my fifth grade class. You're an inspiration - THANK YOU! :)

ReplyDeleteSharon

sharon.e.leger@gmail.com

Thanks so much, Sharon!! :)

DeleteAwesome resources!

ReplyDeleteEmilyK

4321teach@gmail.com

DeleteI love these ideas! :) I will definitely put the package to use when I get a classroom of my own!

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DeleteThanks!! I hope you enjoy it! :)

DeleteI love your notebooks as well and have followed many of the questions asked about them. I teach grade 3 so I would love to be able to incorporate these into my classroom. Thanks!

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Hope you like it, Bobbi!

DeleteI know I'm not one of the top three, but I had to tell you how awesome these ideas are! Mathbooking is new to me and I'm hoping to incorporate it quite a bit more this year. This post took me to your TN store where I found TONS of other information. Thank you so much for all of the resources -- and the help!

ReplyDeleteThank YOU for coming by! I appreciate your kind words!! :)

DeleteEach and every time you add something new....I AM SO EXCITED!! Can't wait to use these!! Keep the journal ideas coming PLEASE! :) theneills350@yahoo.com

ReplyDeleteAww, thanks, Jacquie!! That is so sweet!!

DeleteI agree with Mrs. Arnold...that although I am not in the top 3, I wanted to say how great these look! I am moving to third grade this year after 20 years in primary special education and SUPER excited to try math note booking! Thanks for all of your great ideas and products!

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Thank you and good luck to you this year!!!

DeleteI just told you this, but that pocket is pure genius!! I love how you think about teaching math Janaye. I wish I could visit your class!!

ReplyDeleteAww, thanks, Kristen! We do need some blogger field trips--you would be on my visit list for sure!! :)

DeleteI love math notebooks. I'm excited to get more involved with mine this year!!

ReplyDeleteGreat, Courtney!! Thanks!

DeleteThis is super cute. And....I knew I shouldn't have gone to the gym. :)

ReplyDeleteLOL, the last time I went someone dinged my new car with their door. I'm convinced that it means I need to stay away! Ha!

DeleteI am so sorry I missed being in the top three, but I am not going to let that stop me from getting this wonderful package. You are truly talented. Please keep the math notebook posts coming and please don't stop making 4th grade math materials!

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THANK YOU!!! And I can't stop myself from making upper grade products!! I should probably start focusing on 1st grade since we start in two weeks! Lol, oh well...

DeleteHi Jenaye:

ReplyDeleteI am determined to get going with Math Notebooks this year...

And this post really motivated me to start thinking. (THANKS!)

Now I'm heading over to TpT for your measurement tools set...

Kim

Finding JOY in 6th Grade

Woohoo, Kim!! Good luck!! I want to see posts!!

DeleteHello Janaye,

ReplyDeleteI too started with some math journals last year! Using prompts based on each child's ability. I love the pocket with all of tools. I am going to try and use these for my students. Thanks for being so creative.

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Thanks, Hollie! You are sweet!

DeleteJanaye, Just Love Math Notebooks! We (teachers and students) had a great time with them last year in 4th grade. I am so looking forward to creating a new one for my 3rd graders this year!! Thanks for the inspiration, ideas, and resources!!

ReplyDeleteThanks, Sally! I hope it goes well for you in 3rd!!

DeleteThese look wonderful. I am looking forward to giving this a try.

ReplyDeleteYay for math notebooking! ;)

DeleteOh boy, I can't believe I missed the opportunity to score this packet for free. What an amazing pack! I've added it to my wishlist. :)

ReplyDeleteAmanda

The Teaching Thief

Thanks so much, Amanda!! :)

DeleteThis is my first year teaching, and this has really helped me put my arms around my jitters about teaching math. Thank you!!!!!

ReplyDeleteThat's wonderful to hear! Thank you so much! :)

DeleteJanaye

ReplyDeleteI am not sure if you still send along copies of how you create your interactive math notebook, but if you do I would LOVE to try to incorporate these into my 4th grade classroom.

I have used several of your ideas and have also purchased a few of your GREAT items. Thanks for being a wonderfully organized teacher!!

So excited about really using my math journals this year! I've noticed already how excited and engaged my students are about their notebooks! Thank you for some great ideas!

ReplyDeletepurchased the tools, didn't see the second one until now!!! awwww.

ReplyDeleteI am in love with how you have set up and utilized your math notebooks in the past. I am teaching with a horribly mismatched math program for my two classes of 25 first graders in the Middle East and would love to utilize this format somehow. Keep up the wonderful blog posts - I cannot wait to see how you adapt these notebooks for your first graders!

ReplyDeleteJanaye,

ReplyDeleteIf you still send your beautiful math material, I would be very happy. I could really use it!

sharonbuyle2@gmail.com

this is great! i 'm math teacher specialised in learnind difficulties and always try to find math material. I would love it, if you could send me one copy (email: karmyrto@gmail.com)

ReplyDeleteOMG!! This is so awesome!! This is my first year as a teacher, therefore I was not able to see this until now. Obviously I am not the 3rd person to comment but I would love to have this! My email is: martinezruth0622@gmail.com

ReplyDeleteYou are awesome!

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I love this idea, I don't see a link? Can you email it? dianavlopez_2010@yahoo.com

ReplyDeleteconchifraga@hotmail.con. me encanta la idea

ReplyDeleteconchifraga@hotmail.con. me encanta la idea

ReplyDeleteLove the idea of the pocket!! ðŸ˜€ ðŸ˜‚

ReplyDeleteLove the idea of the pocket!! ðŸ˜€ ðŸ˜‚

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