Interactive Learning units may be used to create Interactive notebooks or lapbooks.
Why interactive learning? Students must use multiple senses to create interactive notebooks and lapbooks. Typically, the more a student interacts with the materials (through different senses) the better they retain the knowledge.
Interactive notebooks are very similar to a lapbook only the student uses a notebook instead of folders. Students can use a binder with loose leaf paper, a spiral notebook or a composition notebook. There are pros and cons for each. Choose what you feel will work best for you and your student(s).
Supplies needed: notebook of your choice, scissors, crayons, markers, pens, pencils, glue sticks, tape, brads (not used often, but good to have on hand), and different colors of paper (if you want the students to create colored templates).
Photos of Interactive Notebooks
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(Note: Any 'Lapbook' unit can also create an interactive notebook!
To view available lapbook units, click here.)
Interactive Learning Downloads
CHSH Download Club subscription required. Subscribers have access to all downloads.
Not a Download Club subscriber? Some downloads may be individually purchased. If available, a link will be given beside the download(s).
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