Do you remember struggling with your math homework back in the day? When you got stuck, you would simply look back in your textbook at that day's notes and examples to get the help you needed.
Since textbooks are no longer offered to students, they need a place to put all of the information from class, so they can reference it later at home.
My 7th grade math students, especially those without much parental support at home for a variety of reasons, benefit from having this wonderful resource.
Interactive notebooks are a great way for students to organize all their information in one place. Since students no longer get textbooks in math class, it is often hard for them to find examples to look at when working on assignments at home.
Interactive notebooks give students a space to put notes and foldables on important topics, so they and their parents can have a reference point when working on homework.
The general school supplies I am requesting are vital for creating these interactive notebooks. Students go through what seems like thousands of glue sticks during this process, as well as rolls of tape, markers and different writing materials. As well, bright copy paper helps me create eye-catching foldables.
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