Daily French Math Journal Prompts – February (Journal de maths) PREMIÈRE ANNÉE
In this resource, you will find my set of February French Math Journal Prompts, ready to print and use in your first grade classroom. There are 30 different prompts in all, covering a wide variety of skills and concepts.
Are you looking for an easy, no-prep way to ensure your French première année students master and retain what you teach them during your math lessons? Math journals are a simple, efficient, and effective way to incorporate spiral review into your math block, each and every day!
In this resource, you will find my set of February French Math Journal Prompts, ready to print and use in your first grade classroom.
There are 30 different prompts in all, covering a wide variety of skills and concepts. I have included patterning, comparing sets, measurement, and number sense (up to 20) prompts in this set.
There are also a couple of “tricky” prompts included, to really get your firsties thinking!
Each page includes 20 copies of a single prompt with a February theme (Valentine’s Day, Chinese New Year, Groundhog Day etc.). Feel free to use all of the prompts throughout the month, or just those that work for your students.
This resource requires NO PREP! Just print and go! I cut the prompts and place them on each students’ desk while circulating as my students are answering the daily prompt.
This resource includes:
- 5 journal prompts about patterning (2-3 elements)
- 12 questions about number sense (numbers 1-20 –> putting numbers together, taking them apart, drawing the correct amount of objects)
- 5 questions about comparing amounts (plus, moins, autant)
- 4 questions about comparing sizes (plus grand, plus petit, la même taille)
- 4 more “tricky” prompts that require some extra logic & critical thinking skills
I like to use journal prompts from concepts taught all year long during math journal time. This way, concepts don’t get “forgotten”, or are no longer seen once they are taught. And it only takes 5-10 minutes a day!
Students will listen to/read the word problem, glue it into their math journal, and draw the answer. I have included detailed instructions on how math journal time runs in my classroom but feel free to use these prompts in whatever way works for your students.
You can use math journals whole group, small group, as a math centre, as morning work, homework, exit tickets, and more!
I have based the prompts on Nova Scotia’s grade one curriculum outcomes, but they may be applicable to other grades.
*This download entitles the purchaser to use it in ONE classroom only. Thank you so much for respecting my time and effort!*