DAILY CALENDAR MATH for FIRST {Number of the Day}

DAILY CALENDAR MATH for FIRST {Number of the Day}
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MY CALENDAR DAILY MATH for FIRST is divided thematically into eleven months (August-June). Each month has five sheets packed with unique, rigorous problems that can be rotated throughout the month. Because your students will be using dice to accomplish problems unrelated to the date, or days in school, you will be able to use each sheet multiple times. Click on the PREVIEW to see all that is included (a free sample is part of the download). You can also see how we use it here.

On each worksheet your students will complete these standard tasks:

** Write today’s date (month, day, year)
** Decide if the day is odd or even
** Write the date numerically
** Compute the Days in School (ten more, ten less, one more, one less)
** Identify Days in school (hundreds, tens, ones)
** Write Days in school as a Place Value equation
** Compute Days in school as money (coins and numeric form)

There are FOUR different computation resources that you can use to help your students determine the days in school. Use the one that works the best with your teaching style and your students’ needs. At the start of school and throughout August I have my kids tally the days, or fill in the ten frames. As the number of days increases and our time shortens, we talk about the number of weeks that have gone by (counting the days by 5s—Monday through Friday) and then use the DAYS IN SCHOOL sheet to mark the total number of days (dotting one set of 5 tally marks for each week) and then coloring the days beyond the last full week.

My favorite resource is the MONEY {Hundreds} CHART. This sheet will help your students convert those days in school into cents. Have them write down and then mark the total days in school; determine the nearest BIG coin(s) they need; then the next biggest; and finally the pennies.

In addition to these standard tasks, your students will accomplish a variety of DAILY MATH. Their knowledge of addition and subtraction of numbers within 20; addition of three numbers; counting forward and backward from anywhere on the hundreds chart; comparing equations; skip counting by 2, 5 and 10—some with money; 2D and 3D shapes; time computation to the hour, half-hour and 15-minute intervals; doubling numbers; identifying and counting coins, and identifying and creating fractions will be tested with a variety of problems.

They will:
** Color yesterday, today and tomorrow
** Add 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 to the date
** Complete number bonds with the date (addition and subtraction)
** Count the days left in the month
** Compare the number of letters in the month to the date (greater than, less than, equal)
** Roll and skip count by 2, 5, 10
** Roll and graph
** Roll and add 10, 11 to it
** Identify number word associated with number rolled
** Roll & Make 7, 8, 9, 10, 15, 20 & 21 (addition & subtraction equations)
** Roll and dot 10 & 20-frames (with subtraction and addition of 2 & 3)
** Roll and double it; roll add 1, 2, and 3 and double it
** Roll 2 (make a two-digit number)—before and after, count up, count down, identify tens and ones; compare numbers (>, <, =)
** Identify largest and smallest number rolled
** Roll 2 (two digit-number) and fill in a portion of the hundreds chart
** Roll 3 and add together
** Roll to make 10, 15, 20
** Roll an Array of one number times itself
** Cut objects to create patterns with 3 or 4 objects—you can decide the pattern you want your students to complete, or let them create one and tell you what it is
** Cut 2D shapes (find 3 of the same, identify the shape, number of sides then draw it)—includes circle, hexagon, octagon, pentagon, rectangle, rhombus, square, trapezoid, and triangle
** Cut 3D shapes find 3 of the same, identify the shape, number of edges, faces and corners)—includes cone, cube, cylinder, rectangular prism, triangular prism, sphere
** Cut coins identify like coins (faces and backs); amount of individual coins, amount of 3 like coins; amount of any 4 coins
** Cut objects and order from smallest to largest (items found in classroom; knowledge of objects in real life)
** Measuring objects in classroom in inches & centimeters
** Cut pattern blocks and identify ones used in a particular pattern
** Draw a new pattern with blocks—shape composition
** Cut fraction shapes, identify whole, half, quarter and third
** Draw fractions
** Make equal parts
** Write fractions
** Compare fractions
** Draw seasonal objects (hearts, ovals, circles, squares)

** Word Problem Roll—Addition, Subtraction and comparison of numbers within 10 and 20 (writing equations and inequalities)
** Word Problem—Roll Money (pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters) addition problems within 10, 20, 100 (how many and how much)
** Word Problem Time—minutes spent (by 5s and 1s)
** Roll 2 (add) and draw the time—hours, half-hours, quarter hours before and after
** Consecutive clocks—roll, write, and draw (hour, quarter, half and three-quarter hour)
** Roll and Compare minutes (by 5s, 1s)


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