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We love math journals. Here is a glimpse of how I handle math journals in my kindergarten classroom.

Daily Math Journal FREEBIE

July 24 Deedee 1 min read

Here is a daily math journal FREEBIE for you! 

We love math journals. Here is a glimpse of how I handle math journals in my kindergarten classroom.

I started REALLY using math journals last year and LOVED it!  Math journals are a great way to reinforce and review math concepts in a creative way.  Once your students get used to the process, they can be done in just a few minutes.  I had this 15-minute slot of time each day ~ during this 15 minutes my students would color their behavior day, pack up their backpack, and complete their math journal ~ we were MOVIN’!!

Daily Math Journals in the Fall

We start our math journals around the second week fo school.  Here are a few samples from the September and October math journal prompts.

Daily math journal FREEBIE for you! Daily math journals are a way to spirally review math skills throughout the year. Here is a math notebook freebie for you!

These apples are pretty precious!

Daily math journal FREEBIE for you! Daily math journals are a way to spirally review math skills throughout the year. Here is a math notebook freebie for you!

Daily math journal FREEBIE for you! Daily math journals are a way to spirally review math skills throughout the year. Here is a math notebook freebie for you!

Naturally, we also have prompts with pumpkins! 

Daily math journal FREEBIE for you! Daily math journals are a way to spirally review math skills throughout the year. Here is a math notebook freebie for you!

Kindergarten Math Journals

More on Math Journals

Would you like to learn more about math journals, I have a few blog posts for you:

Daily math journal FREEBIE for you! Daily math journals are a way to spirally review math skills throughout the year. Here is a math notebook freebie for you!

Daily Math Journal FREEBIE

If you are wondering if math journals are for you, simply click in the box below to give it a whirl!

18 Comments

  • The Youngs July 24 at 1:37 am

    Thanks so much for the math journal ideas! I ALWAYS start with math journal at the beginning of the year, but I don't seem to continue it. Do you do journaling daily? Thanks again! ~Tracy

  • Jody July 24 at 1:46 am

    Thank you so much! I love using math journals! These prompts are great!

    ☺Jody

    Camp Kindergarten

  • crissi July 24 at 1:49 am

    I LOVE this! I am so excited to start using these this year. Will you be making a larger pack of prompts to start the year off? I would love to buy that if you are.

  • Camille July 24 at 1:51 am

    Deedee, Thank you! This download is great and it's even free. Thank you for your generosity! One hint from me: At the beginning of the year, I place a small post-it on the page each child is supposed to write on (or turn to). Since the post=it is sticking out of the book, they can easily (yeah, right!) find the correct page.
    Camille
    An Open Door

  • Dawn July 24 at 2:21 am

    Thanks for the great freebie. Will be watching for the monthly prompts.

  • Amy Rider July 24 at 2:22 am

    Deedee,

    This is GREAT! Thank you so much for sharing! : ) My class L-O-V-E-D their Math notebooks last year- such an awesome way to reinforce skills.

    Thanks!

    Amy

  • Desiree July 24 at 2:45 am

    Thanks Deedee for the FREEBIE… and it is on something that I am interested in doing with my kinders this year. I just don't know how to fit it all in with me trying to start math work stations too. But I have high hopes that I will get it all worked out. Thanks for your help! Desiree

    Kinders on the Block

  • Miss Michele July 24 at 3:37 am

    Thank you for the freebie!! These are the same type of math journals that I started using last year and I loved them too! There is a great site called crisscrossapplesauce.typepad.com and there are some great ideas for math journal prompts. I will look through some of my prompts that I saved from this year and try to get them up on my site. Thanks!!
    http://www.whatilearnedinkindergarten.blogspot.com/

  • Mrs. Egley July 24 at 1:37 pm

    Thanks for the freebie. I was thinking of possibly doing the math journal for morning bell work. I was thinking I could explain the prompt the day before (of course there will need to be reminders for those who forget!) I think I will try it and see how it goes. Thanks again for your generosity.

  • Alessia Albanese July 24 at 12:01 pm

    Wow! Thanks, Deedee! This is exactly what I have been been looking for to start math journals (never done them before).

    Ѽ Alessia
    Mrs. Albanese’s Kindergarten Class

  • Jessica July 24 at 7:59 pm

    This is so great! I really want to use math journals this year and look forward to more prompts!!! =)

  • Barbara July 26 at 12:11 am

    I love this…
    Someone said, maybe you, that Staples will cut the notebooks in half..so I went today and had them cut, they are so cute. I am putting your label on the front of each one. This size is perfect for my little ones in the beginning of the year.
    I am pretty excited to do the journaling. THaNkS.. for the "nudge" to do it!!
    B.
    PS I am going to use some of your TPT math stuff for the Journal too:)

  • Katie Mense July 26 at 2:39 am

    OMG, Deedee!!! This is exactly what I have been looking for!!! Now I'm so pumped to do math journals this year…thanks to you!!! Can't wait to see your monthly pompts!!!! Yippeee!
    Thanks!!!
    Little Warriors

  • Unknown July 29 at 3:49 pm

    Thank you! This is what I have been wanting, this format is just perfect. I will buy your next set asap.
    Enjoy the day.

  • kindergartenguerrero December 28 at 6:38 am

    I was searching for some ideas about math journals and your blog popped up, I am so glad. Thanks for the freebies. I love it! Your blog is awesome. It is great for all of us new kindergarten teachers out there. Thanks for what you do

  • eileenmoran86 April 11 at 5:42 am

    Thank you do much for sharing! I feel so lucky that I stumbled upon your blog. This is the best idea I have seen in a whie. We're on spring break this week, but I cannot wait to try this with my students on Monday!

  • Joseph Pulaski January 6 at 12:25 pm

    Wow this is very great. I like this post. i want to use this method and want to share this with my friends. Thank for this post. Visit college paper for best papers.

  • Holly Bohman May 12 at 9:10 pm

    Thank you for these prompts. I do math journals once a week and was having a hard time coming up with end of the year entries. Thanks for saving me time!

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