This pack of 3 leveled 4th grade Calendar Math page worksheets is designed to accompany the Calendar Math program developed by Stephanie Moorman at Teaching in Room 6. DO NOT PURCHASE THESE RECORDING SHEETS UNTIL YOU HAVE VISITED MY BLOG. THERE IS NO EXPLANATION OF HOW TO USE THEM HERE. THESE ARE INTENDED FOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE READ MY BLOG AND KNOW HOW TO USE THE PROGRAM.
These sheets, which cover all key standards in 5th grade math, are created in Word (using Comic Sans font) and can be EDITED by you to fit your EXACT state/Common Core standards. All formating is done for you. You simply need to go in and change the wording or exact areas you want to cover.
This is NOT for putting the actual calendar numbers each day in. That is much harder to do...far beyond me! This is just so you can change the actual math TASKS that the students will do. I personally hand write the actual numbers each day. If you are advanced in your Word skills, then you will be able to input the numbers, but the editability is purely so you can match the math tasks to your standards.
Please be sure you have MS WORD, as well as Comic Sans font before purchasing. Also, be sure to read about the Calendar Math program before purchasing. Teaching in Room 6 Calendar Math
Love the calendar math! Glad I can adapt it throughout the year to suit my needs. Follow your blog-- thanks for sharing!
March 11, 2013
I can't wait to use this great resource. Thank you!
March 9, 2013
This looks like a great review. I can't wait to use it. Thanks.
February 28, 2013
Thanks so much for making this.
February 26, 2013
Love that this is editable - a huge timesaver! Thanks!
February 19, 2013
This was an awesome idea and I started using it with my class, but I was very confused about the temperature section and a few of the others as well. Do you have a blogsite that explains each section and how you teach it?
I am teaching a 4/5th combo class next year. Which do you recommend buying? The 4th or 5th? I would like to do this as a whole class. The rest of my math program will be small group/workshop based. Thanks for your input & time!
I think it depends upon the level of your class. But since it is editable, I would buy the 4th and just add in any 5th grade standards you feel the whole class can handle as the year progresses.
May 21, 2013
I have been reading your blog and can not seem to get the link for the calendar math instructions to work. Is there another way to read this information? I love what you have created and have tried all year to create something similar myself. Thanks for the help.
Yes! Start here http://teachinginroom6.blogspot.com/2011/12/calendar-math-basics.html and then click on the links from there. There are 7 posts in all explaining it. The Basics will help you get started. Then there is a post on the first week of school as well.
August 4, 2012
Hi Stephanie --
I previously purchased your Calendar Math for Upper Grades. If I want the editable version, would I need to purchase this new version or has the original version been updated?
So sorry this took a few days to respond to. I was out of town for the weekend :)
In short, yes, you would purchase this separately. The 4th grade editable version actually is 3 new sheets that are more aligned with the exact standards and the way they progress for teaching. In the Calendar Templates, there is only one 4th grade sheet. So this is a completely different product that can also be edited.
The other product had the "bonus" sheets thrown in there, but the main purpose of that product was for the bulletin board templates.
I have been a classroom teacher for 15 years, teaching grades 2 through 5. I have spent most of my years in the upper grades, and consider that my expertise. I am Nationally Board Certified, a master teacher, and have my Masters in Education.