read alouds

March Interactive Math Journal & (Freebies)

Who here just loves interactive math journals? I began this year not even knowing exactly what they were! Hard to believe! I browsed blogs and saw a ton of teachers using these on Instagram. They looked cool but sometimes kind of confusing... so inspiration--here it is! I wanted to make interactive math journals that students could do on their own. I have definitely succeeded. We complete an interactive math journal activity at least 3-4 days a week. (That topic is whole other post).

Here are some pictures of my new product: "March Interactive Math Journal."
It is late--sadly: So... It is discounted $1.00 for the whole month of March!

This activity is all about the fun and finding missing addends! It is a simple cut and glue everything on the math journal page and then spin and find where the number goes to fill in a missing addend!

Next week we my class is going to be learning all about symmetry so I whipped up this easy to complete activity for my assessment at the end of the week!

Students just color, cut out the shapes, fold them in half and then glue them under the correct header! 

This is showing just 1 of 5 of the number story interactive math notebook pages that I included in the March packet. I like this because it really helps my students organize their thoughts and learn the strategies when trying to solve those ever so challenging number stories.

Another activity is 3 digit addition! My students are so excited that they can add three numbers together and they LOVE practicing this new found skill.

All students do is glue on their addition problems. Then, add a glue dot and find their answer and glue it right on!

After they have them glued on then they have multiple mini-flip-books in their math notebook.

There are many, many more concepts covered in this packet!
Click below to check out it out!

You can head on over to my Facebook page to get two free pages from this packet!
Just click below:

I'll be back soon to share how I implement these in my room on a constant basis!
Stay warm!!

1 comment