Math journals are commonly used in a variety of ways for key math practice. Include a math journal into your student’s daily routine to develop good organizational habits and improve on existing math skills over time. Encourage your child to utilize their math journal in fun and interesting ways to not only practice central lessons, but build retention altogether. Math journals will help to work towards your student taking ownership for their education in both a subtle and fun way!
First Grade Math Journal Prompts: Spring Version. With these spring-themed journal prompts, students will measure kites, add clovers, graph the number of birds, subtract bees, compare the number of... Read More
Students will add and subtract pumpkins, count leaves, compare and measure rakes, count and compare candy, use shapes to draw jack- o'-lanterns and more with this set of 50 (2 of each version, so 100)... Read More
This is a collection of 135 math tasks and journal prompts that address all areas of the Common Core Math Standards for kindergarten. These are organized by: ... Read More