Kimberly Waterbury from Pittsford Mendon HS has sent along a bunch of Unit #1 resources, including a quiz, a test, a test bank, etcetera. I’ve posted all of these over on the Assessments page, but am also posting the non-assessments here as well.
Thank you Kimberly for sharing these!
So, our good friend, Ann Murray, has contributed another round of Smart Notebook files just in time for the holiday break. She has given us Unit 3 files. So, those of you with SMART Boards be sure to give these a look over your time off.
Thanks Ann for your continued contributions to teachers around New York state and the country.
Cindy, a great teacher from Southold UFSD, sent a bunch of classroom start-ups to me to share. She uses these to start her classes and organizes them by the week. The problems are short (they do just start up the class) and emphasize fluency skills.
Thanks for sharing these Cindy! You’re awesome.
Ann gave us a goldmine again. She sent me all of her Unit #2 Smart Notebook files. So, for those of you who use SMART Boards, these should be a great resource. Thanks again Ann. I’ll get more of them posted as they get sent.
So, adding to our collection of resources, a great teacher from North Colonie, Geralyn Schroeder, has volunteered all sorts of great materials. She’s starting us off with some Unit #5 Smart Notebook Files. These should help many people when they come back from break and need some resources for their SMART Boards.
Thank you Geralyn for sharing these and for forcing me to get my act together with Google Drive (yet another account).
O.k. So Ann Murray, from Dover, has generously volunteered all of her Smart Notebook files that she has created so far. She needs time to go back and edit them to remove writing she did during the lesson, but we will get them all up eventually. Here I’m going to post all of the ones she just sent me from Unit #1.
Again, I want to thank Ann for this great contribution!
Brett, from West Seneca, volunteered another great set of problems for review. There’s a lot to use here and it is an especially nice review as we head into the holiday season and we need materials to finish off our time before break.
I’m going to continue to post reviews in the Assessments section but also in the new Sharing Resources section. I am also not going to password protect resources unless they are assessments or unless the authors as me to.
Thanks Brett for sharing again!
So, Ann Murray, from the Dover Union Free School District, has made an amazing offer. She has created Smart Notebook Files for all of the lessons in the curriculum up to Unit #4.Lesson #5. These can be used to more easily present the lessons if your classroom has a classic SmartBoard.
She is willing to share them, and I’m willing to post them, if people show interest! Ann sent me two of these that I am going to post here. I’m also starting a whole new category called Sharing Resources devoted to sharing things other than assessments tied to this curriculum. So, if you’ve made a game, an activity, a review sheet, or presentations that you’d like to share, please consider contributing.
Give this post a like on Facebook or in some other way let me know, so I can let Ann know, if we should post more of them. For now, THANKS Ann for sharing these first two Smart Notebook Files: