Calendar Accessories

Calendar Accessories
Calendar Accessories
Calendar Accessories
Calendar Accessories
Calendar Accessories
Calendar Accessories
Calendar Accessories
Calendar Accessories
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These brightly checked Days of the Week pockets will add some pizzazz to your calendar routine. Simply print, cut, and laminate. Then post them on your bulletin board by stapling them on the sides and bottom to create a pocket. Use the black checked cards to put in the correct pockets daily. This will create a sentence to read each session. ("Today is Monday." "Yesterday was Sunday." "Tomorrow will be Tuesday.") Also included you will find two mini posters that coordinate. They can be laminated and then simply written on with a dry erase marker. These mini posters say "We have been in school ___ days." and "We have ___ more school days to go." This will help your students with the counting up and counting down processes through the school year while adding a literacy twist.

For more great literacy activities, please check out the following:

Rhyming Mats

Mystery Word Bundle (Word Wall Activity)

Inference Riddle Bundle- Beginning Sounds, Rhyming, Blends/Digraphs

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