Thursday, February 16, 2012

Get Ready for Spring!

We've just posted our Math Journal Prompts packet for March and April to Teachers Pay Teachers!  It includes 40 word problems with a springtime theme. 



These word problems are handy for use in Math Journals or Notebooks.  If you are a 1st Grade teacher that uses Go Math, make sure to check it out!  Many of the problems are a great review for Chapters 6, 7, and 8. 

Click {here} to grab your copy!

P.S.  Sorry the picture is blurry.  Does anyone know how to fix that? :)



8 comments:

Pauline said...

Can you tell me how you like Go Math. My school is reviewing math curriculum and we have been looking at Go Math as a possibility. You can e-mail me at Pkpretzel@yahoo.com if you wish. Thanks

vicky1970 said...

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Vicky
Traditions Laughter and Happily Ever After

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Fit for First Grade said...

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Fit for First Grade said...

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Donna Walker said...

Love your math journal prompts for Go Math! I put them in my wishlist and will get them with my next purchase!

I have daily spiral review sheets avaliable for first grade go math for chapter's 1 and 2 at my TPT store. (More soon) If you are interested, check it out!

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Donna-Walker-8

Karen said...

We Just started go math this year. I will be checking these out. If you wouldn't mind sharing how you run your math time, we would appreciate it. We are having a hard time with the flow of the lessons. Thanks!
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