Interactive notebooks for the young scientist

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Many teachers are using interactive blogs in the science classroom, but I have seen most of them in the upper elementary classrooms. This blog post from Not Just Child’s Play provides inspiration for using them with the youngest scientists in our schools. I like interactive notebooks because they are a perfect example of a differentiated product. They allow for choice and creativity. They also inspire teachers to engage in hands-on exploration and to tap into the multiple intelligences as students draw, diagram, problem-solve, collaborate, answer questions, and document across lessons and throughout the year.

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