Do you ever worry that your child is getting the right answers in math but not really understanding the process? This FREE Printable Math Journal for Upper Elementary is a great tool to test their comprehension of how to get the right answers and identify areas you may want to work on.
Instead of focusing on questions such as, “What is 5 x 15?” or “What is the formula for finding the perimeter of a rectangle?” the FREE Printable Math Journal uses challenges such as:
- Show three different multiplication problems in which the answer is 36.
- Using the numbers 15 and above, write five prime numbers and five composite numbers.
- Give three examples that show why knowing how to calculate perimeter is helpful.
The journal also includes ample space for writing out the answers. It’s a great way to help your student think through the problems rather than just answer them and move on.
This FREE Printable Math Journal includes 40 challenges for your student covering topics such as:
- math operations
- prime and composite numbers
- multiples and factors
- inverse operations
- and more
Because the answers to these questions will vary, no answer key is provided. Scroll down and grab your FREE Printable Math Journal instant download today!
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