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Do you need to get your kids solving problems and explaining their thinking without looking for that one right answer? Try this set of Geometry math journals! Students work on these journal prompts independently, with a partner, or small groups. A majority of the prompts focus on open ended problem solving, so students will have multiple different answers. After solving the problem and showing their ideas, students learn the importance of being able to explain and justify their thinking.

Do you need to get your kids solving problems and explaining their thinking without looking for that one right answer? Try this set of Geometry math journals! Students work on these journal prompts independently, with a partner, or small groups. A majorit

Freebie: Open-ended question for math. Favorite answer a student gave: a spider and Santa. I love how wide open this question is. It can spark a lot of good math talk and creativity.

literature Do your students LOVE Mo Willems? In this author study, students read Pigeon books, Elephant & Piggie books, and the Knuffle Bunny series! There are tons of activities, crafts and reader responses for these books!

Higher order thinking reading response worksheets. Get your kiddos’ creativity flowing with this HOTS Reading Response Worksheet Pack. It is jam-packed with engaging and unique reading response activities which are designed to encourage students to use th