This kindergarten workbook is full of 145 pages of daily learning fun! Students will practice their calendar, number, writing and science skills with worksheets designed to help them problem solve independently.
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WHAT DAY IS IT?
Have students practice writing their days of the week by tracing it at the top of the page. Next, have them color today’s date or “number.” They can then write the days number in the box provided and get some extra math practice by writing what number comes before and after the days number in the boxes provided. They can use the number they colored for guidance and independent problem solving! And lastly, they can use the Number Word pages to help them write the days number word.
Students can use these sheets to help them practice writing the number words for each day of the month (1-31).
You can use these monthly themed calendars to have students practice writing in the numbers for each day of the month. Some other ideas would be to have students write or add a sticker on special days such as birthday’s or field trips or use it as a rewards chart and have students place a sticker in a box for a reward.
100 DAYS OF SCHOOL:
Have students color in one box for every school day starting from the first day of school to the 100th day of school celebration! The boxes are numbered to promote counting skills!
I CAN WRITE MY NAME:
Start on the first day of school (whichever month that falls in for you). Have the students write their names the best they can. On the first week or last week of every month, have students write their name and watch the progression through out the year! This is a great keepsake that parents love!
THIS IS ME IN:
Have students draw a picture of themselves each month from the first day of school (whichever month that falls in for you) to the last month of school. This is another worksheet to watch their progression and a great keepsake that parents love!
7 DAYS OF THE WEEK & 12 MONTHS OF THE YEAR:
Students can practice their days of the week and months of the year as well as their writing skills by tracing the words. These are simple worksheets that make a huge impact when used repeatedly.
MY WEATHER KEY & MY WEATHER CHART:
Have students use the weather key to trace and write the type of weather for each image. This will help them with the My Weather Chart pages. Students will use a chart for each month. Have them color in a box that best describes the weather for each day of the month. At the end of the month, students can examine their charts and should easily be able to see based on the number of squares they colored, what the most common type of weather is for that month. They can then write it at the bottom of the page on the line provided. It would be a good idea to discuss and agree on the type of weather for the day before coloring in the chart so the whole class does not come up with different outcomes at the end of the month.
You can use these pages to have students recognize and practice writing their numbers up to 100. If you use these sheets in sheet protectors, have students practice writing the number by tracing inside of it and then they can practice writing the number by tracing the word on the line. If you use these sheets outside of sheet protectors, students can either color the numbers or trace the number inside and then trace the word on the line. You could make a book out of these pages when students are done with them to help the practice and count to 100 as well!
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