These journal entries correlate with each Harcourt GO!MATH! Lesson, but you can also use these as stand alone entries to support your own math curriculum. You will see the corresponding lesson number in the corner of each journal entry cut out.
There are six copies of the same journal entry to a page to help lessen the amount of copies. For a class of 18, you’ll only need to make three copies per lesson!
Make your copies, cut out the strips, and have your students glue or tape them inside their composition notebook or onto a piece of paper.
There are 110 premade journal entries. And one blank page as a template to write your own. The journal entries include: base ten understanding, becoming fluent with addition and subtraction, understanding measurement, length, and time, applying base ten understanding, understanding plane and solid figures, and developing multiplication
***The only supplies you will need besides notebook paper and a pencil are color tiles and strips of paper for page 60, lesson 11.4.***
You can follow the GO! MATH! Lessons or pick and choose which entries to use based on your own scope and sequence.