# Kindergarten math journals

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Thinking about using kindergarten math journals in your classroom? This post…

great hands on activities exploring capacity and volume. I think the boys would have fun with this

Build Kindergarten Number Sense with these 20 differentiated centers! With "Super Sticker Number Lines," students practice number order and one to one correspondence in creating their own number lines.

Mrs. Jones's Kindergarten -Great way to use math journals next year. Her stuff is very good.

Since sharing photos of my classroom both here and on instagram , I frequently receive comments and questions about my wow work stude...

This is a great way to give kids extra practice with numbers 1-10. These worksheets encourage number identification, number writing, and counting. You might also like:Kindergarten Math Journals All Year

Krazee 4 Kindergarten: 180 Kindergarten Math Journal Prompts- Common Core Based

Building the foundation of number sense is a crucial skill that students must learn before moving on to concepts that are more difficult. This pack of math journal activities for kindergarten will help your students to gain the necessary skills. This packet is only editable in the event of an error!! If you would like more math journals, click the links below!! Fall Kindergarten Math Journals Winter Kindergarten Math Journals Spring Kindergarten Math Journals

Kindergarten math journals are an important part of our math day. We use our journals to practice problem solving skills, show our thinking, and become better mathematicians. Included in this product: Detailed lesson plans to get your routines started. Math Journal Covers to use on composition books or spiral notebooks. Blank journal pages (to create your own journals)

I created math journals for my students because I wanted them to write across the curriculum as much as possible. These journals have allowed me to do that as well as have some rich student discussions about mathematics in the process.These math journals are designed to be a companion almost any kindergarten math units.