Calendar Math Teacher Resources
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Calendar Year Worksheet
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?
2nd - 3rd Math
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.
2nd - 4th Math
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.
2nd - 5th Math
Use a Calendar: Reteach 12.5
Knowing the order of months is a skill your scholars will need to rely on their whole lives, so start practicing now! By completing a calendar skills worksheet, learners identify months by the order they come in the year (i.e. fifth month, eighth month, etc.
1st - 3rd Math
An Extra Day!
Leap year is an important concept to understand- give learners some practice with this complete-the-calendar worksheet. The calendar month of February during a leap year is pictured, however it is incomplete. Scholars complete the month by filling in the dates, and answer 4 comprehension questions.
1st - 4th Math