Math Journals: DECEMBER Preschool Kindergarten PreK

Rated 4.87 out of 5, based on 165 reviews
165 Ratings
Karen Cox - PreKinders
Grade Levels
PreK - K
Formats Included
  • PDF
50 pages
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Easy prep for this activity. I chose some of these activities to use during my small group instruction.
Absolutely love the monthly Math journals. The activities are well aligned with the IELDS and are appropriate for my students preparing for Kindergarten.
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Math journals help pre-k children use problem solving strategies and promote higher order thinking.

Easy prep: just print and copy for your class. This is a quick activity you can do daily or weekly. I have included 30 journal pages so you can choose the ones you want to use. Journal covers are included.

Skills included:

* patterns

* counting

* addition

* more/less/same

* length and size

* shapes

* position words

Topics included: Gingerbread, Christmas, Candles, Gift Boxes, Wreaths, Holly.

Note: If you can't teach Christmas, there are several pages in the packet that I think you could use (as long as you can use gingerbread, candles, holly, wreaths), plus I have added 5 additional non-seasonal alternate pages.

Check the Preview for examples! I have included a copy of the same journal page with blanks so you can fill in the numbers you want your students to practice. Or, for differentiation for individual students.

I use math journals with my Pre-K class during our small group time.

These were created with Pre-K in mind, but may work with other grade levels, such as Kindergarten.


Find all Pre-K Math Journals here!

Karen Cox

Total Pages
50 pages
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