(Special thanks to Sarah Hagan at mathequalslove.blogspot.com for most of the resources and inspiration for the pages in this post and throughout my notebook)
Students are invited to create their own title page (which is not counted in the page numbers).
Page 1 - Growth Mindset Quiz
On the first day of Notebooks we did a Growth Mindset quiz, and discussed the idea of a growth mindset (where you believe that you can train your brain and learn new skills if you work hard and if you are persistent), as opposed to a fixed mindset (where you believe you are "smart" or "not smart" or "a math person" or "not a math person", which is a less productive mindset and does not encourage hard work and persistence). I'll post more about growth mindset in another post.
We put in a Problem Solving ideas list, which we will be discussing more later.
Then we put in a Mathematician's Toolbox with a neat fold-out number line (see below for more photos).
Sorry for the confusion, we do the units out of order from what is in the textbook.
Table of contents so far - students will fill this out as we add pages.