# Math writing prompts

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### Teaching Students to Write About Math

Diary of a Not So Wimpy Teacher: Teaching Students to Write About Math

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### Teaching Students to Write About Math

Diary of a Not So Wimpy Teacher: Teaching Students to Write About Math

### Writing in Math: Intermediate Level

Writing in Math: Intermediate Level Over 100 creative writing prompts for students to use math vocabulary, explain math processes, and demonstrate mastery with critical-thinking questions. Great for middle school math journals, interactive notebooks, or math centers.

### Math Writing Prompts & Reflective Math Writing

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### Math Journal Prompts 6th - 12th Grade - Great for Interactive Notebooks

An easy way to add writing to your math classroom! These prompts are appropriate for almost any class from 6-12th grade.

### Writing in Math Class

Minds in Bloom is happy to present this guest post by Kim of Teaching Math by Hart. We just know you're going to love this post on journaling in math class! When I first introduce journaling to my students in my class, I generally hear comments like, 'Aren't we in Math class right now?', followed by, 'Isn't journaling for Language Arts class?'. Who would have

### Writing Prompts About Personhood

I have mentioned Luke Neff's Writing Prompt site before in My Favorite Online Writing Tools post, but I recently found a page of collected prompts that he had done on one theme - personhood. My

### Math Journaling and Problem Solving

Mulit-level problem solving questions for 1st & 2nd grade, plus math journal writing prompts

### Math Journal Prompts 6th - 12th Grade - Great for Interactive Notebooks

Math Journal or Interactive Notebook Writing Prompts for Middle and High School Math!This product consists of 52 writing prompts to be used in a middle or high school math class. These prompts encourage students to think about their math and school habits, describe mathematical processes, and how to be successful in your math classroom.