Math teachers, are you ready for a NEW favorite note-taking strategy?​

Transform Your Upper Elementary or Middle School Math Class With This Unique Note-Taking Method!

Are you tired of:

Students tuning out when it’s time to take math notes and try practice problems?

Trying to create new and engaging ways for students to take notes?

Lack of organization in students’ math notes and example problems?

There's no other way to spin it:

Math notes can be boring.
Math notes can be confusing.
Math notes can fail to meet students' needs.
Math notes can lead to disengaged students.

I get it, because I've been there

I’ve tried different note-taking methods with students over the years:  having them set up their own notes in their notebooks, giving them packets of guided notes, not taking many notes and giving hand outs instead, etc.

The thing is….students benefit from writing information themselves! Handing them pages of completed notes doesn’t help get the content into their brains.

So, when Doodle Notes came on the scene several years back, I wanted to create something similar, but with a little different structure…maybe because my brain just needed the structure of different sections.

And I came up with the math wheels. These give students the opportunity to:

  • write notes 
  • add visuals and color to help add meaning and aid memory 
  • AND do examples and practice problems all on the same page

Imagine students Who Are Excited About math note taking
I promise it's possible...with Math Wheels!

Math wheels facilitate interactive learning through the use of doodles and creative visuals, helping students to better engage with the content and retain it.

The use of colorful, engaging visuals and doodles can make learning math more fun and enjoyable for students,  increasing their motivation and interest in math. 

Math wheels encourage creativity and personalization, allowing students to express themselves and their understanding of the material in unique ways.

PLUS, the use of color and images in math note taking is
supported by brain research!

Here's What Each Math Wheel Resource Includes

Math wheel for student notes, with practice problems around the wheel.

Key and sample to guide you as you use the wheels.

Editable wheel so you can create your own wheel for other content.

Individual Wheels or Wheel Bundles

There are over 90 math wheels in my TPT shop, mostly 4th to 7th grade math topics. Besides specific math topics, you can also find wheels for:

  • Class Expectations
  • Getting to Know You (Meet the Mathematician)
  • Math Talk
  • Problem Solving Strategies
  • Test-Taking Strategies

AND, if you happen to teach ELA too, there are a few grammar wheels for you!

All of the wheels can be purchased individually or as part of a bundle.

Here's What Other Teachers Have to Say About Math Wheels

This is a great resource for my students to do note taking and practice problems in their Interactive Math Notebooks. They have a lot of information in them and align very well with our standards and learning goals. I highly recommend!
Courtney W
Classroom Teacher

Check Out the Wheels Below!

Select the button for the grade level you need. 

The buttons take you to the bundles, which also list the individual wheels.

Life is too short for another school year of boring math notes

You can use math wheels in so many ways.
With math wheels, you can...

  • Use with the whole class, to introduce or review content
  • Use in small groups, for remediation
  • Use in centers as review, student discussion, or extra practice
  • Address different learning strengths and needs
  • Utilize BOTH the left and right hemispheres of the brain during note taking
  • Help students understand the meaning of concepts with visual representations
  • Help students keep their notes organized as you move through the year
  • Provide engaging reference sheets for the year

You AND Your Students Will Love the Math Wheels!