A calendar is an important item to put in the classroom. In terms of the kindergarten class, you can create a design that is attractive for them.
Using all about today's calendar will be great for learning. If you seek the tutorial for making the all about today calendar, just check this out to get inspired.
All about today can consist of all the elements in the calendar including the days, dates, and months. You can involve the kids in making the calendar. Gather all the materials first such as Styrofoam, pencil, ruler, colored paper, scissors, alphabet stencil, number stencil, and glue. Let’s start DIY the calendar!
Start with creating the dates. Let the kids trace the number stencil into the colored paper. You can go with a colorful theme or just use a color for each date. Divide the kids to create some numbers that are intended for the calendar. Continue with creating the days' names.
For this one, you can go with a colorful theme. Make the kids create the bubble alphabet using the stencil and make the cutouts of it. This job can be done in groups. After having the dates and days, it’s time for the month's name-making. This one can be your turn to create the largest bubble letter for the month.
Besides, adding the season and weather will make the calendar spot too. Involve the season and weather name along with the picture to make kids easier in identifying it. The placement of each item needs to decide too.
You can draw the space of each component with a pencil, so later you only have to stick everything. You also have to prepare the space that defines today’s date, day, weather, and season.
Let’s construct everything! Start with layer the background paper with Styrofoam. Continue to stick the month name at the top. The days should be on the left while the dates in the middle.
To make each component removable, use glue dots for sticking them. Weather will be on the right side along with its picture. While season can be placed on the bottom part.
That’s how you can construct the kindergarten all about today's calendar. Apply this design for your class and let the kids have fun participating!
To make your kids master the calendar skill, you have to introduce it and then make them practice. The worksheet can be the tool you execute it. involving the calendar with math skills will be more challenging. If you are interested to apply and create this kind of worksheet, just check this out to get inspired!
On the calendar math journal, of course, you have to involve the calendar component along with the math activity inside. You can attach the month's name to the grid and make the kids have to choose the one that defines this month. Continue with attaching today’s weather picture.
Let kids color the weather which defines the present situation. The day of the week also should include. Therefore, you have to attach the seven days' names to the grid and let the kids choose based on the current situation. The year space to fill needs to include too.
To include the math activity, you can create categories that supposed the kids to count the days. For example, have the space to let them count the number of days they have been in school. With this activity, kids need to count how many days they are entering school until today.
That’s how you can construct the math journal worksheet. This kind of worksheet is both great for mastering calendar skills and math skills at the same time.
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Instead of only making math learning stuck with paper and numbers, you can arrange the activities that make math become fun learning. Lots of activities you can choose to perform in your class. If you seek ideas for math activities, just jump below to get inspired!
Throwing ping pong ball sounds becomes a great activity to perform. All you need to gather are the plastic tubs, addition or subtraction question, and a paper clip. Kids have to figure out the answer and then throw the ping pong ball in the plastic tubs with the amount that is in line with the answer.
Take your kids outdoors and playing the tally marks will be the funniest. In this activity, you can manage the kids to walk around the field to find three braces. After finding it, each person should count with the tally marks in it.
Other math activities you can let the kids have fun with are fishing the number, stomping the number lines, growing fact family flowers, paper plate numbering, hitting the target and practicing tallying, rolling the dice and counting, and so much more.
Choose the one that you think the kids will enjoy the most!