Math Notebook Cover Page and Table of Contents

Math Notebook Cover Page and Table of Contents - I'm working on trying to get our math reference notebooks going. For the past couple of years, I've just sort of written up handmade notes that show the kids steps or key concepts of what we are studying. I'm hoping to have each of the kids keep a math notebook that they can use for reference over the years.

In this download, there is a simple math notebook cover and two different versions of a table of contents.  It doesn't matter the order that you add your notes if the student keeps up with the table of contents. One table of contents lists as many math terms I could think of (or find) in alphabetical order, that way, when student has notes on a particular topic, he can find it in the table of contents and write the page number it is found on; or there is an alphabetical blank table and student can enter the topic names and page numbers all manually.

My version of math notebooking is maybe note the general notebooking type, but rather I create the notes and they put them in their notebook. As much as possible, I try to make the notes more aesthetically pleasing (something to make it more likely that they will actually review/use them) so I often have cut out sections for them to glue into the notebooks. Sometimes, I use guided notes which provide a framework for the notes and my kids have to fill in blanks or give short answer explanations.

Our math notebooking pages can be found all around TJ, in sha Allah, under the various categories.