MATH JOURNAL PROMPTS
Why use Math Journal Prompts? We use math journal prompts in our classroom in order to develop independent thinking and problem solving skills.
In this package we have created a wide variety of questions. Some require a specific answer, while others encourage children to develop their problem solving abilities (open response questions).
How to Use: Students receive a question to glue into their math workbooks/journals. They work independently or in a small group trying to solve the problem.
In this package we have included 21 math prompts with a focus on:
1 & 2-Digit Addition (8 Questions)
Subtraction (3 Questions)
Shapes (2 Questions)
Money (3 Questions)
Time (2 Questions)
Estimating (2 Questions)
BASIC Division (1 Question)
Please note- Some of these problems are open ended—so some of your students might be able to show you many ways to solve (ie. Using addition, subtraction, multiplication.... depending).
Thank you for taking a look.
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