I hope you enjoyed reading Part 1 to this series, How to use Interactive Notebooks in Kindergarten.
Today, we’re going to discuss all things supplies when it comes to what I like to call Kinderactive notebooks. I call them Kinderactive notebooks because your kindergarten babies can do this. It will be a tad bit difficult in the beginning, but interactive notebooks in kindergarten will be successful! The right amount of practice and encouragement will have them independently working in their notebooks in no time!
This post is going to be a pretty easy one, but I just want you to think things out before you choose, or don’t choose, something. If you’re anything like me, then you like to know all of your options before you make decisions. So, keep reading to learn more about my suggested supplies for interactive notebooks.
What do I need to get started with interactive notebooks?
This isn’t a notebook, but is something that some of you may want as a portion of your notebook. Yarn or ribbon can be used as a page holder. Either tape or glue a piece of ribbon inside the front or back cover. Then, move the yarn or ribbon over to each page each day. I don’t use a page holder, but this is a great idea for anyone that would like to use it.
I just teach my kids how to turn to the next blank page, and that works very well for me.