Updated July 2012 to conform better to the Common Core!
I created this booklet for my students to review the math topics we have covered in class. It includes one question for every day of the year (1 to 179) and covers the following topics: numbers 0 to 20, money, patterns, time, counting, base ten blocks, tally marks, shapes, pattern blocks, one-to-one correspondence, and basic addition.
I am able to instantly see who has this concept mastered and who needs to work on it as I wander around the room. I have set this up so that each question should be a review of what we have already talked about in class so students should not need help in completing each question if they have understood the topic. The questions are increasing in difficulty as the numbers increase.
This is an easy way to conduct a quick assessment of how my students are doing (it only takes about 2-3 minutes on average per day) and provides a means of showing progress at parent-teacher conferences.
I use this as part of math journal, which contains other math tasks (weather graphing, numbers 0 to 20, and calendar writing). Please see my store for other items from my math journal.
Some clipart from this packet was purchased from Scrappin' Doodles at www.scrappindoodles.com.
Thank you so much for your purchase and I hope you enjoy this book as much as I have!
Math Question of the Day for Kinders by Brandi Schear
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