So, if you ever want to see something and I don't respond to your first request, please keep leaving me comments or e-mailing me until I post it.
It's finally the weekend, so I'm trying to clean out my e-mail and get some blogging things done. So, please forgive the complete randomness of this post.
I create all of my INB templates in a program called Open Office Draw. It's very similar to Microsoft Publisher. But, I'm too cheap to purchase Microsoft Office for my laptop. I've been using Open Office for the last 5 years, and I love it. I took several computer classes in high school to learn how to use Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and Publisher. Open Office looks almost exactly like the Microsoft Office programs before they updated and changed the design. Basically, this means I can still find the button I want to click without having to search for it for 5 minutes...
This is why I always post my files as .pdf files. You have to have Open Office software to view my original, editable files. The software is free, however.
Real Number System Graphic Organizer [File Download Link]
Real Number Subsets Graphic Organizer [File Download Link]
|Subsets of the Real Numbers Graphic Organizer|
Real Number System Graphic Organizer
Subsets of the Real Numbers Graphic Organizer
|Classroom Rules - Printable Posters|
|Graph Paper Index Cards|