I really love Interactive Notebooks and how much fun they can be for students! I created my first Alpbabet Notebook and I’m very happy with the way it’s turned out and just loved that I was able to take my craft patterns and add a new element to them. It can be used for several age groups, definitely kindergarten and first grade, and then preschool with some assistance.
Here’s the cover page. Just take a regular spiral bound notebook (8 1/2″ by 11″) and glue the cover on top and centered. It also has the option for the students to draw a picture instead of an apple as well as a page with dotted lines for students who still need help writing their name.
Here are some example pages:
See what other teachers are saying about the Interactive Alphabet Notebook here.
Instead of a notebook you also could bind white paper or construction paper together if you’d prefer something a little sturdier or without lines. This is something I’d give to parents as an end of the year gift or as examples of their child’s work. Do a letter a week and it will be sure to be a hit with your kiddos!
On that note, I definitely see more interactive notebooks in my future 🙂