Tonight, I came up with a simple solution to keep things moving. Legal paper! I've heard that other teachers like to use half sheets, but I don't think a 5.5" by 8.5" piece of paper is quite enough space for most things I want to include. I realized, though, that legal paper would cut in half to 7" by 8.5" which just leaves a small margin of extra space when the sheet is glued into the ISN. All I'll need to do is to format the handouts two to a page and chop them in half. Huzzah! Now, to find out if the school has legal paper hiding anywhere...
|To give you size comparison with a regular composition book. I didn't attach it because I don't have my model notebook at home, but it leaves about 3/8" on each side and the bottom with a bit extra up top so there's room for a title.|
Here's a KWL chart that you can print on legal paper. Font is Arial Black which should be standard for almost everyone. I used KG Shadow of the Night on mine, but not everyone has it installed. :)
What's your best time-saving ISN tip?