# Geometry Interactive Notebook

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Free Geometry Foldables to use in the Interactive Notebook

We began lines and angles this week. We began with introductions of the different types of lines and angles, then moved to making them on do...

Interactive Notebook must have for Algebra, Trig, PreCalculus or any secondary math!! Innovative, Fun, and a Time Saver for all Math classes 6 - 12+. Easily print graphs on Post It Brand® or any brand sticky notes. My students love these! What's Included: - Master template for 3" x 3" Post It ® o...

A blog about free resources for the secondary math classroom.

This will be a short and sweet blog post about an interactive notebook idea for Inscribed Angles in Geometry. When it comes to introducing new theorems, I like to put the theorems on the left side of their notebook so students can make their own personal notes. After the foldable, students broke up into pairs and completed the following poster: Students will write out the theorem on the poster and use compasses, rulers, and protractors to create and label a diagram of each theorem. I will…

A blog about free resources for the secondary math classroom.

A blog about free resources for the secondary math classroom.

A blog about free resources for the secondary math classroom.

A blog about free resources for the secondary math classroom.

A blog about free resources for the secondary math classroom.

A blog about free resources for the secondary math classroom.

This will be a short and sweet blog post about an interactive notebook idea for Inscribed Angles in Geometry. When it comes to introducing new theorems, I like to put the theorems on the left side of their notebook so students can make their own personal notes. After the foldable, students broke up into pairs and completed the following poster: Students will write out the theorem on the poster and use compasses, rulers, and protractors to create and label a diagram of each theorem. I will…

This will be a short and sweet blog post about an interactive notebook idea for Inscribed Angles in Geometry. When it comes to introducing new theorems, I like to put the theorems on the left side of their notebook so students can make their own personal notes. After the foldable, students broke up into pairs and completed the following poster: Students will write out the theorem on the poster and use compasses, rulers, and protractors to create and label a diagram of each theorem. I will…

A blog about free resources for the secondary math classroom.

Below are some interactive notebook ideas for a Parallel Lines unit. Parallel Lines, Skew Lines, and Parallel Planes Foldable: This is a newly created foldable that I am planning to use with Mrs. Atwood's activity for introducing parallel lines, skew lines, and parallel planes. Students will discuss whether two lines are parallel or skew. Parallel Lines Cut by a Transversal Foldable: I have used this foldable for the past three years but I do need to change "Same-Side Exterior Angles" to…

A blog about free resources for the secondary math classroom.

A blog about free resources for the secondary math classroom.