Digital Morning Calendar Math is perfect for distance learning AND in person learning. Files are preloaded in Google Slides, Seesaw and PowerPoint and can be used all year. There’s nothing to cut out and it’s easy to change out the problems! This is the perfect extension of my Digital Math Centers.
This resource includes the following Calendar Math routines and activities to complete with your students:
Blank Monthly Calendars (add dates ahead of time or add one day at a time with students) with moveable events/holidays
All About Today (written date form, days of the week, months of the year, season)
Daily Weather (thermometer, temperature, weather)
Weather Bear (4 seasonal outfits to dress the bear)
Today’s Number (place value with popsicle sticks, red straws and base ten piece options)
Today’s Shape and Properties (editable properties for 2d and 3d shapes)
Today’s Pattern (moveable bears with A, B, C, D labels, basic shapes)
What’s the Rule? (function input/output table)
Counting Money (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters)
Sorting Coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters)
Telling Time (blank clock with moveable arrows)
Hundreds Chart (editable so you can fill in/delete the numbers as you like)
Answer/Problem (open-ended question)
The titles on the slides are not editable. However, you can edit the calendar dates, temperature digits, days of school digits, number pattern digits, today’s number digits, shape properties and digits, input/output function digits, piggy bank amount digits, telling time digits, and hundreds chart all digits.
IMPORTANT: This resource contains 3 file types: Seesaw, Google Slides and PowerPoint (which also works in Keynote). Make sure you (and/or your students) have access to at least one of those options prior to your purchase.
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