# Math interactive

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Discover Pinterest’s best ideas and inspiration for Math interactive. Get inspired and try out new things.

This Math Interactive Notebook is filled with over 30 pages of hands-on math activities for grades 4-8. Learn about fractions, multiplication, types of triangles, and more!

I have been using interactive math notebooks in my classroom for as long as I can remember. Math notebooks are a great place for students to take notes, record definitions and sample problems, and practice new skills. They are perfect to use for direct instruction and guided practice, in small groups or as a whole class.…

This math education blog helps elementary teachers keep afloat with diverse and rigorous resources, activities, and ideas for the math classroom.

4th Grade Interactive Math Notebook - Compatible Numbers -

Are you interested in using math interactive notebooks in your classroom, but are turned off by complicated folds and cuts that will waste precious

This is a puzzle activity that is very engaging and shows the difference between the 4 Quadrants in the Coordinate Plane. Students will be matching the coordinates to the labeled points. You can have students glue the activity into their math interactive notebooks or they can use it as a handheld study tool. I HAVE ALSO ADDED A DIGITAL VERSION! If purchased, you will have access to both paper and digital versions. You will be provided with a Google Slides link.

Looking for a Cool Math Activity for Kids? These Cup Equation Spinners are simple, versatile and fun. Practice lots of fun math skills with just a few cups.

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I love creating resources that make my classroom stand out, and these math alphabet vocabulary word walls are no exception! Each le...

Students are sure to remember this area of a triangle lesson! The lesson idea is a love story with two triangles complete each other making a rectangle – silly, funny, and memorable lesson! Perfect for 6th grade and 7th grade middle school math students to use in interactive notebooks as a reference. This hands-on, interactive foldable is great for middle grades and junior high students geometry curriculum.