Are you trying to get your students ready for your state test? Are you trying to get your class started every day with some consistency? Do you want your students to constantly review material that you have taught them? Try having them complete a daily math journal.
You can give this journal to your students every day. They complete 5 questions a day, taking about 5 minutes to complete and correct together). It is a great way to get students to start working immediately when they enter the classroom and an excellent way for them to review content.
Students record their progress every day. It is easy for you to check there understanding and it also gives them practice every day converting fraction, decimals, and percents.
This journal consists of almost all grade 6 math standards. It also covers a few grade 5 math standards you fear your students might not have mastered! Topics include: fraction division, fraction division with visual models, decimal operations, integers, rational numbers, number lines, LCM, GCF, prime factorization, ratios, percents, unit rates, graphs, tables, expressions, equations, inequalities, order of operations, exponents, distributive property, area, volume, surface area, mean, median, mean absolute deviation, interquartile range, box-and-whisker plots, and line plots.
Please contact me by email if you are interested in me posting additional journals. You can give me specific standards you would like included. Or I can make journals with 3 questions a day or 4 questions a day!
Created By: Amy Walsh