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I hope this video really help you all design the layout of your Math Journals! Now, as you will see, I am not the MOST creative; however, I did share meaningful tips that will help you through this process.

MATERIALS NEEDED:

Scissors, Tape, Ribbon, Ruler, Sticky Notes, and Transparency Film

TPT STORE:

Click here to download the editable version of the Mathematician Creed, Bulldog Pride, and QR code handout.

 

 

 

 

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Posted by:Tysheka Harris

3 replies on “Interactive Math Journals

  1. What is your experience with /opinion on a table of contents? I noticed you didn’t have one and throughout the year I forget to direct students to add to theirs, but I know they can be helpful.

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    1. Hey! I honestly am terrible at updating the Table of Contents so I always exclude that part. Some educators are great with remembering but I am just not that person lol. However, I do have a system that works for me. Instead of number the pages 1, 2, 3, etc. I actually have the students number their pages based on dates. For example, page 1- The Place Value of a Digit make take three pages… but my Page 2 would not start until I began teaching with another title. I will post a picture of what I mean.

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