Do you happen to have a 4th grade math interactive notebook that you have created? After looking at all of your 7th and 8th grade interactive notebooks for math, I told myself I have to have one for fourth grade but noticed you do not have one. Your interactive notebooks are the best I've seen since I started using them. You truly are talented!

Hi Bridget! You're too sweet!! Thanks so much for your kind words! I am so glad that you like my notebooks :) I have always wanted to make my way down and create math notebooks for 4th and 5th. If you are really interested, I can start making one, it usually takes about 2 weeks, but with the Holiday season I can't guarantee that I will be done in 2 weeks. Just let me know if you are still interested and I can start. Thanks again!!!

It matters how long it takes me and how many pages. My notebooks normally run between $35-$60 and are about 200 pages. I couldn't imagine it being around $60 because it shouldn't take as long as my Algebra notebook. So, I'm assuming it would run around $35 or $40. I could make the notebook by concepts or standards (I'm not sure if your school is doing Common Core State Standards?). Just let me know if you're still interested and I will get started :)

Hello! I am a new 7th grade and 6th grade math teacher this year. I have fallen in love with your resources, but I do have a concern. I know their are several pages involved and I have about 170 students total. I just don't know if I can make that many copies throughout the school year. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Hi Monica! Thanks so much for your interest in my material :) I have 200 students and haven't run into issues about making copies, however my school doesn't keep track of the number of copies that we make. I've heard some teachers say that they are restricted to a certain number of copies for the year. Do you have a restriction on copies? Pretty soon I am going to start making all of my resources on Google Slides. This will cut down on the printing by a lot. The only advice that I can give is that you can take screen shots of any product and place it on Google Slides. You wouldn't need to make any copies and students can work out the problems on a piece of paper or online. However, you would need students to be able to have access to the internet.

Thank you for your reply! I believe we do have a restricted number, but I have yet to find it out! I would love to have a version of these in Google Slides! All of my students have one-to-one laptops so that would be a wonderful investment for my classes. Do you know when you might be starting those?

I am going to start working on converting all of my resources very soon. In addition, I have started working on making online math games! My brother is a programmer and I am working with him on creating interactive math games that would be very engaging. I should have an entire years bundle by this summer.

Do you happen to have a 4th grade math interactive notebook that you have created? After looking at all of your 7th and 8th grade interactive notebooks for math, I told myself I have to have one for fourth grade but noticed you do not have one. Your interactive notebooks are the best I've seen since I started using them. You truly are talented!

ReplyDeleteHi Bridget! You're too sweet!! Thanks so much for your kind words! I am so glad that you like my notebooks :) I have always wanted to make my way down and create math notebooks for 4th and 5th. If you are really interested, I can start making one, it usually takes about 2 weeks, but with the Holiday season I can't guarantee that I will be done in 2 weeks. Just let me know if you are still interested and I can start. Thanks again!!!

ReplyDeleteHow much would it cost? It's for 4th grade math. No rush

DeleteIt matters how long it takes me and how many pages. My notebooks normally run between $35-$60 and are about 200 pages. I couldn't imagine it being around $60 because it shouldn't take as long as my Algebra notebook. So, I'm assuming it would run around $35 or $40. I could make the notebook by concepts or standards (I'm not sure if your school is doing Common Core State Standards?). Just let me know if you're still interested and I will get started :)

DeleteHello! I am a new 7th grade and 6th grade math teacher this year. I have fallen in love with your resources, but I do have a concern. I know their are several pages involved and I have about 170 students total. I just don't know if I can make that many copies throughout the school year. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

ReplyDeleteHi Monica! Thanks so much for your interest in my material :) I have 200 students and haven't run into issues about making copies, however my school doesn't keep track of the number of copies that we make. I've heard some teachers say that they are restricted to a certain number of copies for the year. Do you have a restriction on copies? Pretty soon I am going to start making all of my resources on Google Slides. This will cut down on the printing by a lot. The only advice that I can give is that you can take screen shots of any product and place it on Google Slides. You wouldn't need to make any copies and students can work out the problems on a piece of paper or online. However, you would need students to be able to have access to the internet.

DeleteThank you for your reply! I believe we do have a restricted number, but I have yet to find it out! I would love to have a version of these in Google Slides! All of my students have one-to-one laptops so that would be a wonderful investment for my classes. Do you know when you might be starting those?

DeleteI am going to start working on converting all of my resources very soon. In addition, I have started working on making online math games! My brother is a programmer and I am working with him on creating interactive math games that would be very engaging. I should have an entire years bundle by this summer.

DeleteThat is great news! Thank you! In the meantime I will probably buy the versions you currently have. :)

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