This math resource was created to assist 2nd and 3rd grade students with using schema as a way to elevate and support their grammar and reading comprehension skills. Specific questions regarding multiple meaning words, homophones, synonyms, context clues, and inflectional endings are presented through a series of writing prompts.
How it works: A math vocabulary writing prompt is presented to students. Students may choose to work independently, with a partner, or in a group to find the answers for each prompt. Prompt responses are then recorded in a math journal or an interactive notebook.
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*One (1) “Math Vocabulary UP!” Cover (black/white)
*Twenty (20) “Math Vocabulary UP!” 8.5 X 11 Writing Prompt Whiteboard/Wall/Door Posters
*“Math Vocabulary UP!” Writing Prompt Strip Covers
*Twenty (20) “Math Vocabulary UP!” Writing Prompt Strips
*“Math Vocabulary UP!” Writing Prompt Answer Key (4 pages)
*With the exception of the covers and a few pages, this resource has been produced using only black and white ink.
*You may wish to copy the “Math Vocabulary UP!” Writing Prompt
Whiteboard/Wall/Door Posters on bright colored paper to give them a look that “pops!”
*Depending on the academic needs and levels of your kiddos, you may want hang the writing prompt posters in a prominent place, such as a whiteboard or a math bulletin board. This is ensure that all students will have access and availability to the prompts.
*All “Math Vocabulary UP!” writing prompts strips have been formatted to fit composition notebooks (approximately sized 9 3/4 in x 7 1/2 in) OR subject notebooks (approximately sized 10.5 in x 8 in.) PAPER SAVER! There are 5 writing prompt strips per page.
*“Math Vocabulary UP!” writing prompts are perfect for your higher-level thinking kiddos and early finishers. In addition, they also make an excellent math rotation/center/workshop/station activity.
*For your convenience, an answer key is included with this resource. NOTE: Please understand that all answers provided are just suggestions. Answers may vary, depending on the prompt and your students.
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