If you've seen my resources then you've probably run across my popular math interactive notebooks. I have been asked if I could create another math notebook that fits into a composition notebook. So guess what I did?! I created a 7th Grade Math Composition Notebook!

This notebook is different than my other math notebooks. It is very simple and start to the point. Each page contains one math concept.

1.) Adding Integers

2.) Subtracting Integers

3.) Multiplying Integers

4.) Dividing Integers

5.) Absolute Value

6.) Greatest Common Factor

7.) Least Common Multiple

8.) Adding Fractions

9.) Subtracting Fractions

10.) Adding Fractions (With Negatives)

11.) Multiplying Fractions

12.) Dividing Fractions

13.) Unit Price

14.) Constant of Proportionality

15.) Decimals, Fractions, & Percents

16.) Discounts

17.) Markups

18.) Tip

19.) Percent of Change

18.) Simple Interest

19.) One-Step Equations

20.) One-Step Equations

21.) One-Step Equations

22.) Two-Step Equations

23.) Two-Step Equations

24.) Two-Step Equations

25.) One-Step Inequalities

26.) Two-Step Inequalities

27.) Angle Relationships

28.) Area & Perimeter of a Rectangle

29.) Area & Perimeter of a Triangle

30.) Area & Circumference of a Circle

31.) Similar Figures

32.) Scale Factor

33.) Volume of a Cone

34.) Volume of a Cylinder

35.) Volume of a Sphere

36.) Mean, Median, Mode, and Range

37.) Box & Whisker Plot

38.) Likelihood

In addition to these concepts, I have included a blank template where teachers can add more math concepts.

If you are interested in purchasing the digital file for my Composition Notebook then CLICK HERE.

If you are looking for something that has more student involvement then I would definitely look at my other notebook.My other 7th Grade Math Interactive Notebook has 2 pages for each math concept. The left hand side is more aimed towards direct instruction. The right hand side of the notebook is "Your Turn" where students will practice and write a reflection.

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