An easy way to add writing to your math classroom!  These prompts are appropriate for almost any class from 6-12th grade.

Math Journal Prompts 6th - 12th Grade - Great for Interactive Notebooks

Math journals- An easy way to add writing to your math classroom! These prompts are appropriate for almost any class from grade.

Are your students writing during math class? Journal response prompts are the IDEAL way to bring closure to your math lessons; quickly check for understanding; and keep your students accountable for articulating their understanding of math concepts. Common Core aligned and a MUST HAVE for any best practice math classroom! $ #wildaboutfifthgrade

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Are your students writing during math class? Journal response prompts are the IDEAL way to bring closure to your math lessons; quickly check for understanding; and keep your students accountable for articulating their understanding of math concepts.

3rd Grade Math Journals for Interactive Notebooks {Aligned with Common Core}

3rd Grade Math Journals for Interactive Notebooks {Aligned with Common Core}

Quick and easy math journals that can be used in interactive notebooks or for any type of math journal! These journal prompts align with ALL Grade Common Core Standards:

Great way to help students communicate their mathematical thinking!

I use math journals in my Math Workshop. I like the idea of using Math Journal Sentence starters with my students. This would serve as a great way to incorporate writing in math and allow students to expand their thinking.

Keeping a math journal in kindergarten, first, and second grade. Tips for using a math journal during your math block. Example math journal activities.

Math Journal K, 1, and 2

Keeping a math journal in kindergarten, first, and second grade. Tips for using a math journal during your math block.

Diary of a Not So Wimpy Teacher: Teaching Students to Write About Math

Teaching Students to Write About Math

Third Grade Math Journal: 100 Word Problem Strips that cover all CCSS. Prompts ask students to provide their answer and explain their mathematical thinking.

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