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math journals - love the "Here is my thinking" box!

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Number of the Day for Math Journals!---- tweak a little for my 3rd graders or use at beginning of the year!

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I love the idea of Math Journaling and Notebooking.  There is something to be said for recording what you’ve learned in your own words to be referenced later.  What a great study tool that could be!

This is part of the Saxon math curriculum. I have used it for several years and have found it to be very effective for kicking off learning how to add.