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

This first grade math journal resource includes differentiation and scaffolds for every learner. Includes addition & subtractions, geometry, place value, measurement, and much more. These journal entries encourage math talk and math writing.

~ THIS-TUB of Math Tools for Reference! Print on bright card stock & adhere edges of Tub inside cover of Math Journal.

The math journal rubric has students writing about different mathematical concepts. Students need to demonstrate their knowledge through writing an explanation, labeling diagrams, and making a visual representation.

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

Minds in Bloom is happy to present this guest post by Kim of Teaching Math by Hart. We just know you're going to love this post on journaling in math class! When I first introduce journaling to my students in my class, I generally hear comments like, 'Are

We love math journals. Here is a glimpse of how I handle math journals in my kindergarten classroom.

Anchor chart for helping students purposefully self-reflect on learning. Replace mathematician with musician and use this as an easy exit ticket!