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Math Journal Prompts for First Grade: Fall Version

Teacher Tam

With these journal prompts, students will measure fall trees, graph leaves, add pumpkins, count apples and more! Fall topics such as leaves, apples, pumpkins, are covered. A few Halloween-themed pr... View Full Description
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Total Price: $18.98


Categories: 1st Grade, Holidays & Seasons, Math
Product Type: Printable

Product Description

With these journal prompts, students will measure fall trees, graph leaves, add pumpkins, count apples and more! Fall topics such as leaves, apples, pumpkins, are covered. A few Halloween-themed prompts are also included. The prompts cover addition, subtraction, place value, telling time, graphing, shapes, and more. There are 45 pages of prompts with 3 or more devoted to each standard. The standards have even been added to each individual prompt! This set also includes a contents page for easy reference.

Who is it for?

  • Homeschoolers
  • 1st Graders (6 to 7-year-olds)
  • Math learners

 

What's included?

With these journal prompts, students will measure fall trees, graph leaves, add pumpkins, count apples and more! Fall topics such as leaves, apples, pumpkins, are covered. A few Halloween-themed prompts are also included. The prompts cover addition, subtraction, place value, telling time, graphing, shapes, and more. There are 45 pages of prompts with 3 or more devoted to each standard. The standards have even been added to each individual prompt! This set also includes a contents page for easy reference. 

 

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Teacher Tam
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Most of my 17 years of experience were spent teaching pre-K and kindergarten. I also have experience teaching up to 3rd grade. I have used my love of reading to develop a set of 30 phonics-based beginning reading books for use in preschool-first grade. In addition, I have developed sets of reading games and math games that can be used in the classroom or as take-home activities and can be adjusted to address various skill levels. I also have a range of hands on, cut-and-glue materials which keep young students engaged. They have proven to be a success in my own classroom and at home with my 3 little ones. I am so excited to share them!

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