### Monthly Math Journals

Math Journals range in size from 15 journal topics to 20 journal topics. Eventually my goal is to edit all of them so they have 25 topics!

This booklet is designed to be copied (front to back if possible!) and cut in half. The blanks on some of the prompts are for student names (my students adore being “part of” the math prompt) and can be written in before the journal is copied.

I leave the prompts very simple and open ended and talk through the math after giving them time to illustrate and label. The questions that I ask are based on the prompts themselves as well as what students think aloud.

Enjoy!

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