Literacy

Professional Development

July 29, 2011

Journal Covers

I’m really big on the kids journaling about their learning experiences. In our class, we each have a math journal and a science journal. We also have a class math journal, which is just a 1/2 chart that I have covered and made all pretty.

As I’m trying to work ahead, I was sprucing up my journal covers for the kiddos and thought that I would share them with you! I do everything in black and white, then copy it on colored paper or let the kids color them. I use the large construction paper and put manilla in the middle with whatever color pops into mind for the outside cover. I then glue these bad boys on the outside. I hope you can use them!
Math Journal Cover HERE:
Science Journal Cover HERE:

Happy Teaching,

Amanda

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7 Responses

  1. Hi Mrs Richardson

    I love your covers, thank you! What font do you use for the Marvelous Math?

    Thank you so much xx

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