Kindergarten Calendar Math

by Kara
(Oklahoma City)

What do you do for calendar to change it up half way through they year?

My kids seem bored with our usual routine.

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Sep 23, 2015
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by: Corene Haughton

Relaxation from the hard work of day school and assignments and used to get them play their extra curricular games is the key that they won't be bored anymore. essay writing service australia

Jul 27, 2010
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Everyday Counts-calendar math
by: Pati

I don't have the author here for Everyday Counts, but it adds new pieces to the calendar each month. For example we start with counting the days we have been in school, the calendar only shows dates up to and including today. We begin making a pattern as we count the days we've been in school. In the months to come we will graph the weather, learn coin names and value, graph birthdays, graph lost teeth, discuss place value from our growing number of days in school, make a growing number line,and I personally add a daily reading of a poem. We read Chicken Soup with Rice, by Maurice Sendak (sp?)the kids find frequent sight words, and soon pick up on the repeating line of chicken soup with rice. Adding a new piece keeps our calendar time fresh.

Mar 17, 2009
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Calendar Math Books
by: Anonymous

I stuggle with the same problem. Go to Kim Adsit's website for a great idea doing Calendar Books with the kids. It is interactive, holds the kids accountable for following along and is super easy to put together. I just went to the Kindergarten Conference in Chicago and she shared this idea. Can't wait to try it out!

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