Calendar Math Teacher Resources
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In these calendar math worksheets, students use the various calendars to answer the math questions related to days of the week and counting.
Combine calendar-reading with math in this series of worksheets. Each of the 12 months describe a different character's schedule, followed by comprehension questions. Students practice writing dates and days of the week, determining how long something will last, and measuring weeks and days surrounding a date. Consider personalizing this using students' school schedules. Include birthdays, breaks, school events, etc.!
In this math learning exercise, students examine a single calendar page and answer 10 questions using the information that is displayed.
Students solve calendar problems. In this calendar math instructional activity, students use a calendar and find the answers to problems based on calendar information. students receive a resource worksheet and complete a question sheet.
How many days are in a leap year? Years in a century? Get your mathematicians applying their skills to everyday life with this calendar math worksheet. Ten questions prompt students to think about various time increments. The math portion of these questions is limited, however consider expanding it by asking questions such as, "How many decades are in a century?" to add an extra challenge.
In this calendar math worksheet, students use the numbers 1-31 to fill in the blank in an August calendar. They look at a calendar, find the missing dates, and write the dates in the blank boxes.
In this calendar math worksheet, students use the information on a sample calendar page to answer five questions. Students find the specific dates or days to solve the problems.
In this calendar math practice worksheet, 2nd graders answer 6 multiple choice questions about days, months, and the year. They answer questions such as "What is the fifth month of the year?" and "How many days does September have?"
Rise and shine, math scholars! A set of morning math problems gets them thinking bright and early, revisiting old concepts and keeping them sharp on newer ones. Concepts in these 13 warm-ups include calendar math, shape patterns, subtraction, addition, perimeter, multiplication, division, and money amounts in word form. Keep in mind these problems aren't numbered, so if you pass this out for learners to do daily you may want to number them together first.
In this calendar math learning exercise, students solve 6 story problems in which addition and subtraction is used to calculate a date in history.
In this calendar math activity, learners use a calendar to complete the counting questions about specific days in the months. Students also write dates in long form and short form.
Students count and name the numbers and days on the calendar in order to determine the date. They identify the month and the entire date, and determine the pattern shown on the calendar markers. Students then calculate how many days they have been in school so far that year.
First graders practice place value by completing problems that allow them to group 10 items together to create groups of 10 and see what is left over. In this place value lesson plan, 1st graders use cups to put 10 items in them, and count what is left over. They learn about 10's and 1's and also go over expanded notation.
Using a variety of mathematical models, 1st graders play partner games to compose and decompose the number ten. They practice counting all and counting on with number lines and 10 frames. Instructions for games are not included, but there is a list of several resources for teaching number sense.
Second graders read "The King's Chessboard" by David Birch. The teacher reads the story aloud and pauses at several points for students to calculate the next number in a pattern of doubling.
Get practicing with those calendar skills! Use this calendar interpretation worksheet to give your learners access to systems such as days of the week and dates of the month. Analyzing the calendar month of June, students anser 6 comprehension questions. Tips on the sides help guide thinking. Consider color-coding the month together before having students individually try this, especially if it is new. This could mean highlighting one week in a color to give them a clue.
For this calendar worksheet, students analyze a sample calendar page and read 4 word problems. Students solve each problem using the calendar information.
Calendars are great for so many reasons. They keep track of time, can help teach children to read charts, show numbers in sequential order, and are perfect for word problems. First graders assess three different calendars to answer 11 different word problems. An answer sheet is included.
In this months activities worksheet, students use three monthly calendars for August, September, and October to interpret directions and answer questions. Students complete five calendar activities.