First Grade Daily Calendar & Math Review Booklet: October

First Grade Daily Calendar & Math Review Booklet:  October
First Grade Daily Calendar & Math Review Booklet:  October
First Grade Daily Calendar & Math Review Booklet:  October
First Grade Daily Calendar & Math Review Booklet:  October
First Grade Daily Calendar & Math Review Booklet:  October
First Grade Daily Calendar & Math Review Booklet:  October
First Grade Daily Calendar & Math Review Booklet:  October
First Grade Daily Calendar & Math Review Booklet:  October
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October First Grade Daily Review Math Booklet! Students practice calendar skills, report the weather, money skills, math review skills, draw and answer story problems.

Resource Prep: You can copy the calendar with colored ink or on colored paper. Copy the rest of the month’s booklet pages on regular copy paper. Staple calendar, weather report sheet, and student pages together. Note: I copied these booklet back to back, the calendar and weather report can be placed back to back and then the student pages can be copied back to back. I also copied these booklets months in advanced, a great job for those parent room helpers or volunteers.

Resource Includes the Following:

★ Monthly Calendar: Colored and Black & White Copies Available

★ Weather Report Sheet

★ Student Daily Review & Story Problem Sheets: 25 sheets available

★ Example Student Page

Resource Directions:

Monthly Calendar: Choose which copy of the calendar you would like to have for your students and copy enough for your students. The first day of the month with a new booklet, have students write their names on top of calendar and decorate the top if you chose the black & white version for copying.

Each day have students place the date in the small box that is in the upper right side of each box on the calendar. In the remainder space for the date you can either do the calendar pattern you may have up on your classroom calendar; put a picture representing special days: birthdays, assemblies, holidays, etc.; or write words or draw pictures representing what you have or will do that day: activity like gym or music; lesson learned, or other special activity.

Weather Report Sheet: Students decide which picture best represents the weather on that day: sunny; windy; rainy; cloudy; foggy; or snowy. At the end of the month we would tally each row to see how many days of each weather item we had, discussing which weather we had most of and which weather we had least of.

Student Daily Review & Story Problem Sheets: There are 25 worksheets available. There will be extra sheets available depending how many days of school you had for this month. You can have students do the extra sheets if you choose to in class or at home. Each student sheet has the following:

→ Date & Numbers of Days in School: Students writes out the date and numbers of days you have been in school on the appropriate lines.

→ Daily Cumulative Math Skills Review: Students are asked to answer 2 – 6 math problems as a review. Students practice skills they have already been exposed to. They may need assistant reading the directions to some of the problems but should be able to do problem independently.

→ Date in Money: Students are asked to write the date as if it were money and then draw the coins that could be used to make that amount. For example: If the date is the 22nd of the month, students write out 22¢ and then draw out the money how they choose to represent the amount. You can certainly have

a discussion about the easiest way to make the amount or how others made their amounts.

→ Problem of the Day: Students are asked to answer 1 or 2 story problems. These will need to be read to students at first and then toward the middle or end of the school year, students should be able to do them on their own. Read the story problems together, discuss what is being asked and then students are to draw out the problem, write an equation if needed and then answer the question in the space provided.

Example Student Page: Example of how student page is done is after this direction page.

Kids have monthly math fun while reviewing and learning a variety of math skills!




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