Math Notebook

Math Vocabulary

Addition p.1


Algebra p.1 - p.2


Angles p.1 - p.2


Capacity p.1 - p.2


Data & Graphs p.1 - p.2 - p.3


Decimals p.1


Division p.1


Fractions p.1 - p.2


Linear Measurement p.1 - p.2


Mass p.1 - p.2


Money p.1 - p.2


Multiplication p.1


Numbers p.1 - p.2


Operations p.1


Patterns p.1


Perimeter, Area and Volume p.1


Place Value p.1 - p.2


Points, Line Segments, Rays p.1 - p.2


Subtraction p.1


Three Dimensional Shapes p.1 - p.2


Time p.1 - p.2


Two Dimensional Shapes p.1 - p.2 - p.3


Math Tools


Algebraic Equations

Algebraic Equations II

Order of Operations: Beginner

Order of Operations - PEDMAS


Decimals and Fractions

Fraction Bars: Benchmark - Fraction Bars

Mixed Bars: Fraction-Decimal Bars

Decimal Bars: Decimal Bars - Decimal-Percent Bars

Decimal Number Lines: Tenths - Negatives

Decimal Number Lines: Hundredths

Fraction Number Lines: Half - Thirds - Quarters

Fraction Number Lines: Tenths

Fraction - Decimal Number Line: Tenths



Coordinate Grids to 10

Coordinate Grids - No Numbers

Blank Grid Paper

Dot Paper



Multiplication Board

Multiplication Answers

Multiplication Tables Blank

Ten Frames - 10 - 9 - 8 - 7 - 6 - 5 - 4 - 3 - 2 - 1 - 0

Number Lines: Blank - Ones - Tens - Hundreds Number Lines: Negatives

0-99 Chart

Hundreds Chart

Fill In Blank Hundreds Chart


Place Value

Place Value Charts: Hundreds - Thousands

Millions - Billions - Decimals

Place Value Cards


Standards of Mathematical Practice for Students

p.1 - p.2 - p.3 - p.4


Word Problem - Constructed Response

Problem Solving Guides: Full - (2 on 1 page) -

(2 on 1 page, no detail)

Constructed Response: Guide

Answer Grid: Horizontal

Answer Grid: Vertical



Why Math Notebooks?

Math Notebooks or Math Journals are a students companion, guide and reflection journal through out their school year. It is a place where they record thoughts about math, reflect on learning, workout and practice problems, build their math vocabulary. In addition it is a resource of math tools to aid their problem solving.

Students self-discovery is accomplished in their problem solving which is a key component of the Math Common Core.


Suggestions for Setting up Math Notebook

Request a 1 1/2 inch binder and four dividers for school supplies from parents and/or sell the need to your administration.You can also request 5 dividers or make them with students.

Print, copy back-to-back, use a electronic hole puncher (try the office, you never know!).

Start the notebook ASAP.

They leave the notebook in class, unless you have angels.

Sections: 1.Problem Solving or Problem of the Day. 2. Class Work or Independent Practice. 3. Notes. 4.Reflections. 5.Vocabulary. 6.Math Tools.


Best print view: Explorer


This math notebook or math journal is best for 3rd-5th grade. You can supplement for second and sixth grade. We will do are best to bring you free Math Notebooks for each grade at a later date.


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