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Kindergarten Daily Math Journals... You're about to learn all about one of my favorite parts of my day!

I now have Kindergarten and First Grade available.

This is a huge part of the day. It is when the children can reflect on what's been taught and respond to it with pictures and words.

This eBook gives you everything you need to have a year’s worth of quality instruction.

I wrote this eBook to help you meet your goals and standards and have tons of fun doing it.

This is the eBook for every teacher who has ever set up, or is considering setting up, math notebooks in their classroom.

It covers:

Counting, patterning, sorting, time, money, addition, subtraction, measurement, position words, symmetry, and shapes.

I’ve been doing Kindergarten Daily Math Journals for several years, and found this makes my life more organized, focused and exciting.

Lisa from Maryland says, "I've now made your prompts a huge part of my math program. This has been working great for me and the kids love doing the notebooks."

How did I start developing this program?

When I first started teaching Kindergarten I felt like the children were not writing enough throughout the day. There was a need, and I had to figure out what to do.

The children were not writing in math, so I thought about having some type of notebooks for them to practice in.

Then, I took my state standards and created “prompts” for them.

Overtime, these prompts turned into what I have today. A highly focused, standards based program that is easy to use and extremely fun.

Cathy says, "My kids are discussing the prompt, working hard to depict the problem, running (not really) around the room like busy little bees figuring out how to write the sentence I now require, and proudly sharing their efforts in our author's chair during morning meeting."

What You'll Receive in This E-book:

Kindergarten Daily Math Journals is 175 standards based focused prompts. One for ever day of the school year.

Topics include:

  • counting
  • patterning
  • sorting
  • time
  • money
  • addition
  • subtraction
  • measurement
  • position words
  • symmetry
  • shapes

Mrs. Gillum says, "I love using the journals. I copy the message - one per page, and read it to the class. Then, I draw the picture before I give out their books. At the end of the week they take home a book of five messages. It is a part of our routine."

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I started using a math journal this year and I've been teaching kindergarten for over 30 years. I love trying new things and I loved doing a math journal. …

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I am a first grade teacher who wanted something for a math center that could be completed without teacher assistance. When I found Daily Math Journals, …

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I use them every morning (that we don't have specials) with my kindergartners. My students come in, in the morning and know to get their math journals, …

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What I did was I let my students pair up with a partner and then do it together. I thought they really enjoyed doing that!

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