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# DAILY CALENDAR MATH for PRE-K and K-4 {Number of the Day}

PreK - K, Homeschool
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115 pages

### Description

MY CALENDAR DAILY MATH for PRE-K and K-4 is divided thematically into eleven months (August-June). Each month has seven sheets that can be rotated throughout the month. Because your students will be using the date to accomplish the counting problems you will be able to use each sheet multiple times. Please see the PREVIEW.

You will begin with the "First of the Month" sheet. It is specific for that month. On it your students will:

** Color (and spell) the month

** Learn monthly order

** Identify their birth-month

** Count months (until their birthday)

** Identify the number of days in the month

** Identify the day of the week the month begins

** Mark the current season

This sheet is meant to be used with your existing calendar and season posters. If you do not have a resource like MY CALENDAR COMPANION {for K-2}, you'll want to add it to your shopping list.

As the date changes, the results your students get on their seven monthly sheets will also change. On each sheet they will:

** Color (and spell) the month

** Locate the date--from their sheet of numbers (1-29; 1-30; or 1-31 depending on the month)

** Assign daily labels using graphic tiles for yesterday, today, and tomorrow (some of which are before; during and after sequence sets)

** Graphically represent the date by

- counting and coloring

- filling in ten-frames

- using tally marks

- skip counting

- identifying the number as odd or even

- counting the number using coins (Counting with coins is taught very gradually. Aug. and Sept. use only pennies; Oct. and Nov. introduce the nickel; Dec. and Jan. introduce the dime; Feb. and Mar. combine counting with pennies, nickels and dimes; Apr. introduces the quarter; and May and June use all of the coins to count the date).

** Identify and color the weather

To complete each sheet your students will need scissors, glue, crayons and a dot marker (especially helpful for those in your class who don't consider coloring a hobby :).

Total Pages
115 pages
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Teaching Duration
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