How to Use Writing Interactive Notebooks

  1. As always, I’m impressed! I want to learn how to incorporate INBs in my therapy. I’m going to look in your store for a template. I think I saw that you have one for sale…

  2. Stacey Williams says:

    I love all of the work you do!! You have also inspired me to start my own TPT store!! I am still in process of creating lessons, but I listen to your YouTube videos over and over for encouragement. And we are about to start working with your Reading INB, and I CANNOT wait!! The kids do love these!!
    Thank you for all you do!!
    (Washington state, 4th grade teacher and loving it!!!)

    • Kayse says:

      Thank you so much for the sweet sweet comment. You have made my day!!!! I am so glad you are enjoying the videos and the Reading INB. Thanks for stopping by. I know you are going to ROCK your TpT store!

  3. Cindy says:

    I can’t find the book 13 Habits of Highly Effective People anywhere. Did I get the name wrong or can you tell me the author? Want to read it before the conference.

  4. Gisele Gardner says:

    I just discovered your interactive notebook video -wow – I love how dynamic you are. Your energy is contagious.
    I plan to research more of your resources with TPT.
    Thanks for sharing!

  5. Yolanda Boyer says:

    I work in a juvenile detention facility as a classroom teacher. We follow the same education curriculum as the Georgia Department of Education. This year we have been tasked with incorporation interactive notebooks into our lessons. I really think they are a great learning tool, however I need some help with developing one for my High School Health class. Our students are a population of all boys between the ages of 15- 20. Yes, they have committed crimes, however since they are juveniles, they must still be educated. We do follow the Georgia Standards and try to provide the best curriculum possible with the limitations we have. Certain items are prohibited inside the facility due to security issues. Our kids are interested in learning, however they need engaging and interesting activities! Can you help me?

  6. Sarah says:

    Hey! I just watched your video on tpt for beginners! Loooved it. Just made my first product in ppt. I have licenses for fonts, but when I tried opening the product on another computer that doesn’t have the fonts, it didn’t work. Is there a way around this? Thank you soooo much and look forward to watching more videos!

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