The first part to these math journals allow students to practice tracing and drawing their 2D shapes. The second part of these journals is a 2D shape hunt! The 2D shape hunt will require adult supervision for the first time through. After students understand procedures and/or what is expected, this is something that they could do independently during stations, centers, etc. Students will record and draw objects that match the 2D shape mentioned in the math journal. This was one of my students' favorite math journals!
These math journals are ENGAGING for students, especially hunting for real-world objects that are 2D shapes. This forces students to look around and observe their environment from a mathematical perspective.
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