# math journals

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Dinah Zike's Big Book of Elementary Math K-6

Writing in math is more important now than ever before. This post shows 6 ways to get your students writing in math on a daily basis.

I'm sharing these Math Charts to Start the Year that I think will help set up you and your students for a year of success!

Detailed instructions and pictures on how to set up an interactive notebook in your classroom

Interactive notebooks are a great education tool for teaching all subjects - math, reading, science and even social studies! Keeping them organized can be tricky though. Check out these tips to keep your interactive notebooks running smoothly!

Organize student notebooks with divider tabs (blog post includes free template to make your own)!

The Elementary Math Maniac: Conference Time!

The Value of Open-Ended Math Questions (And a freebie, too!) Two-page freebie from my January packet. Enjoy!

If you really want your students to remember those math concepts, there's one sure-fire way to get it done.....writing! It's all about the brain, baby! Learn why it works so well, and get great math writing prompts to use today!

Middle School Math Madness!: Beginning Your Interactive Notebook

Print journal writing prompts on sticker labels so students can stick them right inside their journals!

Miss Van Maren's Fantastic First Grade: Math Journals Update (pages that go with Go Math)

Free Math Journal Prompts--2nd grade math

Interactive notebooks - how to store in your classroom. Magazine bins hold about 10-15 books each.

Interactive Math Journal Freebies!

First day "about me by the numbers" activity