Yahoo! The Calendar Notebooks for 2019-2020 are here!
::happy dances all around::
You are going to notice a huge change in the Calendar Notebooks for the 2019-2020 school year, and I think you’re going to love it.
This is the 6th year of the Calendar Notebooks here at Mama’s Learning Corner, and I think this is their best year yet! Well, I think that every year, but I like the new format this year offers.
Instead of having a Preschool Calendar Notebook and a separate Kindergarten-First Grade Calendar Notebook, I decided to combine them all into one humongous Calendar Notebook.
So whether you have a Preschool age student, or a whole class full of Kindergarten or First Grade Learners, you’ll find all of these great activities available for you in one purchase.
What is Included in the Calendar Notebook?
If you use the Preschool or Kindergarten-First Grade Calendar Notebook from year to year, you’ll appreciate that you can now access EVERYTHING in one purchase!
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(Yes, I do get the full multi-colored 12-pack of Expo Dry Erase markers. I let my daughter choose 1 color to use each day. Just changing colors switches things up a bit!)
Here’s what is included in the 100-page printable download:
→ Detailed, comprehensive instructions for how to complete each section, including an assortment of ideas for use.
→ Cover Page: Features a happy sunshine theme suitable for boys or girls
→ Monthly Calendars for July-June 2019-2020: 2 versions – one includes traceable dates and the other includes students writing in the date without a writing prompt; also added Christian versions of April (Easter) and December (Christmas)
→ Monthly Number Pictures for July-June: Students find the day’s date and cross it out on the picture; color or decorate the monthly picture if desired
→ ‘Today is…’ Page: Determine the day of the week and tomorrow; includes writing the year and acknowledging the current season
→ ‘Today’s Weather’ and ‘Today I feel…’ Page: Record the day’s weather and students draw a circle around how they feel each day (happy, sad, mad, surprised, sick, etc); includes 2 different emotions/feelings pages from which to choose
As a side note, we frequently play this fun feelings game:
- I say, “Let me see your sad face.” And everyone (including me) makes their best sad face.
- I say, “Everyone show their mad face!” Then we all show our growliest mad faces.
- I say, “Let me see your surprised face.” We then show our most shocked surprised faces. (This is everyone’s favorite!)
- Then we end on my saying, “Show everyone your happy face.” And we all end in smiles.
This is a simple game, but so much fun and we play it often!
It’s a great game to play when someone is grumpy. You just can’t participate and be in a bad mood. ♥
→ ‘This is how I write my name…’ Page: Students keep a record of how they write their name each month
→ ‘Shapes I Know’ Pages: Identify and trace specific shapes
→ Alphabet Practice Pages: Practice writing the letters of the alphabet; includes upper and lowercase letters
→ ‘I can count to…’ Pages: Practice counting and tracing numbers 1 through 10
→ ‘What time is it?’ Page: Determine the correct time and write in analog and digital
→ ‘What time? Page: Practice writing in the correct time of day for snack, reading, etc.
→ ‘What time is it?’ Practice Page: Students listen for the time and then write in the hands of the clocks correctly
→ ‘How Many Days Have We Been in School?’ Page: Keep track of days in school with tally marks
→ ‘I Can Count Coins!’ Page: Write in the correct value of each coin
→ Days of the Week: Practice writing the days of the week and their abbreviations
→ Months of the Year: Practice writing the months of the year and their abbreviations
→ ‘My Weather Chart for…’ Page: Record the weather each day; includes charts for July-June
→ Daily Weather Bar Graph: Plot the daily weather at the end of each month and analyze the data
→ ‘How Many Sunny Days?’ Page: Use the daily weather chart to track sunny days; compare and contrast each month’s data
→ ‘How Many Rainy Days?’ Page: Use the daily weather chart to track rainy days; compare and contrast each month’s data
How Do I Set Up the Notebook?
To create your Calendar Notebook, you’ll need the following supplies:
– copy paper – This is currently the best price!
– page protectors – I purchased these last year and they held up beautifully.
– 3-ring notebook – You will want the durable notebook, not a cheapy one if you want it to last all year.
– card stock – It’s best to print the weather graphs on card stock since they get so much use; this is the brand that’s most often on sale at Amazon and the one I purchase
You’ll find detailed instructions for setting up the Calendar Notebook in the READ ME FIRST download.
All of the descriptions and how-to’s are laid out clearly so there’s no guess work for you. Just download, print, and place in your notebook!
Click the link to start the download immediately.
If you’d like to purchase the Calendar Notebook for 2019-2020, just add it to your cart below.