3rd Grade Math Journals contains 90 problem solving tasks aligned with the Common Core Standards. Also included is a six page guide to getting started with math journals in your classroom, sample math journal rubrics in both student and classroom display size, an overview table showing the specific domain and standard for each task, and links to other free 3rd grade resources.
The 90 math journal tasks are formatted for printing on adhesive labels (Avery Standard 5160 Address label). Suitable for use as warm ups, independent practice or group work, or as homework or assessment tasks these tasks provide students with valuable opportunities to organize, clarify and reflect on their thinking while developing key mathematical skills and understandings aligned with the Common Core State Standards.
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These are a real time saver and should be very helpful to my students.
August 18, 2012
Love how easy they are!
August 14, 2012
I just downloaded your grade 2 and 3 math journals and although I can access them through the TPT site and print them, I am unable to save them to my computer. The "save as" option on the PDF is "greyed" out. Please advise so I can save the journals onto the computer itself.
I have no idea why you are having this problem. You cannot make changes to the files due to copyright restrictions but should be able to save both E-books to your computer. Are you using a MAC or PC? If you are using a MAC make sure that you do not have the file open in Preview. If you can't work it out email me via our website: firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send you a return email with the files as an attachment.
I love this package. Really nice work. Is there any way that you would be willing to add the common core numbers (ie. OA1) to the journal labels? I really want to buy and with that it would be perfect!
THANK YOU so much,
When in the Preview Labels screen click the Print icon.
Under Page Handling make sure Page Scaling is set to None and Auto-Rotate and Center is not selected.
If this does not solve the problem try the following:
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