A math journal can offer a variety of chances for your students to practice and communicate what they have learned in the Common Core Math standards. This unit contains a variety of blank pages the students can use to turn a spiral notebook, a folder withbrads, or three ring binder into a math journal. There are pages that can be
used to show what they havelearned, record what they learned, and communicate their thinking. The pages are organized by the Common Core topics of: Operations and Algebraic Thinking, Numbers and Operations in Base 10, Measurement and Data, Geometry,and Mathematical Thinking. There are pages that can be
used to record their answers to problems, make their own story problems, record data, make graphs,explain their strategies, and explain their reasoning.