Unlike traditional composition books, the Math Journal is formatted with reference information inside the front and back covers. It includes numerals, number names, counting practice, basic shapes, and more.
There are 80 blank pages giving early learners needed space to work out attempts at math thinking strategies, such as picture sentences, number sentences, and word sentences.
Hint: Learning can be individualized by using address labels to affix learning tasks.
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