Monday, June 4, 2012

You ask and you shall receive...

Hey friends! I'm loving the whole "rewind" thing Mrs. Jump is doing at the moment. And with that said, I've had several emails and comments about my calendar journal and wanting to know if I've made a new page for the upcoming school year. ask and you shall receive! :) If you are wanting to view my previous post about my calendar journals, just click to visit!

Click below to download the 2012-2013 calendar journal without tally marks!
 Click below to grab the 2012-2013 calendar journal WITH tally marks!
Click below to grab "anchor charts" to post on your calendar wall. I recommend laminating and using dry erase markers to model for your students each day. This helps when you're first introducing this concept.
Here is a picture of how the anchor charts correspond with the calendar journals. Photo courtesy of: Mrs. Wills! You can check out her post regarding independence in math stations: {here}


whitney said...

I love this! I do a calendar journal but I do it all on separate pages. Do you print out a bunch of these for each kid and put in a folder?

Erin Eberhart said...

Whitney - I actually start off doing them whole group for a few weeks....and print them off and put in a folder. Once students grasp the concept, I make them a math station that students complete independently! Hope that helps! :)

Mrs. Anderson said...

Thanks for the freebie! I have a similiar one that goes along with my Saxon Math Meeting. Yours looks a lot better than mine.

Wolfelicious said...

Thanks so much for this freebie. It is great!! I hope to incorporate this in my classroom next year.


Cupcake said...

I love the calendar page! Thanks!
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Lisa R. said...

I am loving these calendar sheets!! I plan on using them in my calendar math folders next year. Thanks for sharing! :)

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Sarah Paul said...

Awesome! Thank you!
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jiles said...

you are awesome.

Chrissy said...

Thank you!

You've inspired me to start sorting through my boxes.
I brought everything home and dumped it all in the spare bedroom. Yikes!

Deedee Wills said...

Yay Erin! Thank you again for your wonderful journal page! I think we mastered the calendar because of it last year... As always, you. are. awesome!

Shauna said...

Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful Calendar Math Printable. I am printing it right now to use with my children this summer. I am excited to explore your blog some more.
Take Care,

Sheri said...

Thanks so much! I love the idea of putting it in the math center.

Andrea said...

This is great! Thank you!