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Create independent learners who actively process information and accurately apply concept knowledge.

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Transition your classroom into an interactive learning environment.

This workshop video explains how to successfully implement interactive notebooks into your classroom and demonstrates how this resource evokes a sense of pride within your students.

 Interactive Notebooks

Enable students to organize and synthesize information

Carson-Dellosa’s Interactive Notebooks for math, English language arts (ELA), word study, and science are a comprehensive, ready-to-use resource that includes the templates and instructions you need to successfully apply standards-based skills to hands-on experiences.

A perfect way to introduce topics to elementary and middle-grade students, each book emphasizes visual learning and teaches organized, effective note-taking. Interactive notebooks require each student to create his own subject-specific resource with this unique and creative note-taking strategy. As a result, students feel a sense of ownership, and they have a reference that they can revisit throughout the year.

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Elementary interactive notebooks are an educational game-changer.

Watch this informational video to learn more about how our Interactive Notebook series encourages elementary students to actively participate in the learning process.

Middle-grade interactive notebooks offer a revolutionary way to teach language arts and math.

Watch this informational video to learn more about how our Interactive Notebook series motivates middle-grade students to be interested and involved in the learning process.