Interactive Reading Notebook

Discussion in 'First Grade' started by janney, Sep 2, 2012.

  1. janney

    janney Cohort

    Mar 29, 2008
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    Sep 2, 2012

    I am suppose to have an interactive notebook for every subject.:help: :woot: Does anyone use an interactive reading notebook? I am having trouble figuring out what sections I want to have and how many pages I should allow for each section. So far I have the following sections: word study, reading response and a general reading section for mini lessons on comprehension, text features, etc. I am thinking about making the reading response section half of the composition notebook since they will be doing this pretty much daily. What do you think? Would you include something else?

    Also does anyone know of any examples online for examples of first grade notebooks. I can only find upper grades.
  3. teacherintexas

    teacherintexas Maven

    Jul 7, 2005
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    Sep 2, 2012

    I teach third this year.

    We put a date and a title on each page and just use the next blank page. When we need to reference a lesson, I tell them to find the date. I also did that with my fourth graders since they were too unorganized to use different sections. It was a struggle just to get them to not skip pages.

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