I've been spending more time lately developing custom Notebook lessons for the classroom. For me, Notebook is the perfect tool for creating new and exciting lessons that can help increase learning. When using Notebook, I don't feel limited in what I can do. Notebook is so easy to use and so powerful that it allows me to be more creative in how I am able to present information and how I can make it possible for students to interact directly with the information.
The following Notebook lessons were made upon request. Please feel free to download and use them in your classroom.
This is a fun little Notebook lesson I created that goes through a series of short calculations that will magically determine someone's role model. No matter what number the student starts with, the result will always be the same number. Before using in the classroom, you will need to edit the text object on the last page and enter your name in the 9th position.Download File
I created this application for my daughter when she was learning the times tables. It was a lot of fun watching her time improve when she was learning her tables. This application presents a multiplication problem on the page and the student has to touch the correct answer. If they are correct, the section covering a famous painting is removed. Students play until the entire painting is revealed.Download File
This application was created for a teacher who was reviewing the American Folk Tale "Johnny Appleseed." It contains activities that allow the students to interact and discuss the tale including an interactive vocabulary game and a custom word search. It also has a fun video about Johnny Appleseed and a fun "word of mouth" game.Download File
I hope you enjoy the lessons. If you want to learn how to create similar activities, I highly recommend that you subscribe to Teacher Online Training. It really is the most effective, affordable, and fun way to learn how to create Notebook lessons similar to these.
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