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.

Diary of a Not So Wimpy Teacher: Teaching Students to Write About Math - Do maybe once a week and talk about in-depth?

Use this FREE math reflection spinner to get your students writing in math and explaining their answers.

Sentence starters -- finally, reading math journal entries will be less "painful" now!

Writing About Math: Constructed response strategy to use in the elementary classroom.

Teaching students to justify their work in math doesn't have to be difficult. Read this post to learn how setting clear expectations and explicitly teaching students can make a huge difference.

Dragon's Den Curriculum: Writing-The Math Strategy that Works.It takes a lot of effort to put together a math lesson, make sure all of your students really "get" it with this simple brain based strategy!

make an infographic about yourself (or something else). Might be a motivating activity to get middle schoolers writing.

With this resource you will find 100 total questions) daily grade STAAR…

This post shares 10 ways to get your students writing in math class& enjoying it! There are several free printables on this post.

Building Better Answers in Math- for Kagan groups- responding to Math.writing link **convert this to ELA!

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.