# 160 Math Report Card Comments in 2023

Report cards are a great way for teachers to concisely communicate their thoughts to parents and students.

They provide an opportunity for students to reflect on their work so far and make changes as necessary.

According to Waterford.org, family involvement in a student's education has a significant impact on their learning outcomes.

However, if you're a teacher, writing math report card comments can sometimes be tedious, repetitive, and extremely time-consuming.

If you’ve found yourself procrastinating on writing report cards until the last minute - we have you covered! In this post, we’ll go through over 100 math report card comments that you can use as templates to make writing report cards a breeze.

## Why Are Math Report Card Comments Important?

For students learning math, getting feedback is crucial to learning and doing better. It is important for students to see what they are doing right and what they are doing wrong so that they know what to improve on and what to continue doing.

Not only that, but report card comments create a link between the teacher and the student or parent. It provides an opportunity for quality feedback for both the parent and student.

Studies show that parental involvement in a child's education improves attendance, behavior, grades, and more.

## How Can Text Blaze Help?

Although these comments are important, they can be frustrating, or tedious, to write.

If you have a class of 25 students and each student gets 3 comments on their math report card, then you have a whopping 75 comments to write. That can take a long time.

Text Blaze helps writing report card comments comments MUCH more efficient. Keyboard shortcuts help you insert common phrases, such as common feedback in report cards, with just a few taps on your keyboard.

Also, Text Blaze form fields (fill-in-the-blank placeholders) can be used to customize aspects such as the student’s name, the date, and more.

Here’s a video to give you an idea of how to create a snippet.

Also, try the snippet below by selecting or deselecting a student trait to create math report card comments.

**Math Report Card Comments Generator for {formtext: name=first name; cols=9}**:

- Problem solving abilities: {formtoggle: name=gradually improving; default=yes}{formtext: name=first name; cols=8} is gradually improving their {formtext: name=insert math skill; cols=13}, but progress is slow due to {formtext: name=insert problem; cols=12}. {endformtoggle}{formtoggle: name=gets overwhelmed; default=no}When solving complex math word problems, {formtext: name=first name; cols=8} sometimes becomes overwhelmed with the information, especially for longer math word problems. {endformtoggle}{formtoggle: name=good vocab; default=no}{formtext: name=first name; cols=8} has a great vocabulary that helps {formmenu: name=gender; him; default=her} solve math word problems.{endformtoggle}
- Mathematical concepts: {formtoggle: name=addition understanding; default=yes}{formtext: name=first name; cols=8} has a {formmenu: name=rating; strong; default=average; weak} understanding of basic addition.{endformtoggle}{formtoggle: name=struggles with; default=no}{formtext: name=first name; cols=8} clearly displays a strong effort in math class, but still struggles with {formtext: name=insert math skill; cols=13}.{endformtoggle}{formtoggle: name=failing to memorize; default=no}{formtext: name=first name; cols=8} experiences difficulty in memorizing timetables.{endformtoggle}{formtoggle: name=strong grasp of; default=no}{formtext: name=first name; cols=8} demonstrates a {formmenu: name=rating; strong; default=average; weak} grasp of {formtext: name=insert math skill; cols=13}.{endformtoggle} Arithmetic: {formtoggle: name=good at arithmetic; default=yes}{formtext: name=first name; cols=8} is skilled in addition and subtraction, and can apply both concepts to word problems.{endformtoggle}{formtoggle: name=need more practice; default=no}{formtext: name=first name; cols=8} requires extra practice to excel in arithmetic.{endformtoggle} {formtoggle: name=should practice memorization; default=no}{formtext: name=first name; cols=8} has a solid understanding of how multiplication works, but could benefit from practicing timetable memorization more. {endformtoggle}{formtoggle: name=good at algebra; default=no}{formtext: name=first name; cols=8} has a solid grasp of algebra and can solve for multiple variables.{endformtoggle}

Check out our Teachers page for more templates you can use today!

## 160 Math Report Card Comments

### Problem Solving Abilities Comments

### Grasp of Mathematical Concepts Comments

### Arithmetic Comments

### Geometry Comments

### Use of Graphs Comments

### Measurement Ability Comments

### Comments for Elementary School

### Comments for Middle School

## Conclusion

Writing math report card comments is important for students, yet it can be boring and take a while to do.

That’s why we created these templates to help you write your comments efficiently.

Text Blaze can help you write report card comments quicker so that you can get back to what’s important: teaching your students.

The best part? Text Blaze is **free forever**. Give Text Blaze a try for free today!

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