Fall Math Journals for Kindergarten

Hey guys, how’s it going?
School is kinda going like a 
well-oiled machine, and every week
it seems as if we’re adding more and more parts
to the machine. 
Well, we’ve started math journals, and
I’ve always done them, but for the life of me I couldn’t remember
what I did last year!! Go figure!!
So, I decided to complete my own!!
So, this is how my math journaling goes:
Earlier in the year, we only do math journals twice, maybe 3 times a week.
As the year progresses, and they get faster at doing things, 
I’ll add a day a week, and eventually it’ll be everyday.  
Normally, I use a spiral-bound notebook, but this year
the school bought everyone composition notebooks,
which are not my fave, but hey, it’s free,
so that’s what we’re using!!
My students need some extra practice with number sense, because once we
move on to harder concepts, whew!!
Here are some of the journal entries….

Just for kicks, I’ll show you what my old ones look like!!

Now, FYI, don’t pin this, lol!!!

There are 40 math journal activities, so if you do them everyday,
it’ll last you 2 months. If not, it’ll last even longer. 
Click on the photo below for your copy!!!
Let me know about some of your math routines, 

and I’ll pick a few winners!!

Remember to leave your email address!!

Congratulations Heidi & Susan!!!!

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