Math Notebooking Page

by Jimmie Lanley on January 28, 2011

Do you use notebooking for math? If your children are very verbal, writing about math can cement mathematical concepts for them. If your children don’t like writing, but they do like math, math notebooking can be a sneaky way to encourage them to write.

This is a general math notebooking page that can be used for anything math related. The PDF has only one layout, but it is in three different line styles so even the lower elementary students in your homeschool can begin a math notebook.

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Sara August 6, 2013 at 2:48 PM

There is no link to this notebooking page. I’d love to have it if this is one of the freebies!

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Jimmie Lanley August 6, 2013 at 4:31 PM

Oh my goodness! I’ve corrected the problem.

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Sara August 6, 2013 at 4:34 PM

Thank you! :)

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Sharon August 21, 2013 at 1:34 AM

I’ve seen little flip books and lapbook elements in math notebooks as well. I’ve been using math notebooks for years. Simple spiral notebooks where we take notes and do our practice problems. It has helped so much with organization and the kids don’t have little math papers floating all over the place. I’m going to take my notebooks even further this year with your ideas. Thank you!

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