Calendar Math - Quick Daily Math Review Idea

Posted on June 18, 2015 | By stephanie
Daily Math Review with Calendar Math
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With the implementation of the new CCSS, it's important to ensure your students are reviewing, learning and memorizing those all important key standards! Stephanie of Teaching in Room 6 saw a need for her students to review key math concepts on a daily basis to keep them fresh in her student's minds. We love the idea she came up with using calendar days to review the concepts. Here's the gist (all of the exercises shown are done using the day of the month)!

Calendar Math Setup

The Date

Today's Date for Daily Review with Calendar Math
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School Day Fraction

School Day Fraction for Daily Review with Calendar Math
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Arrays, Factors and Math Sentences

Arrays for Daily Review with Calendar Math
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Factors for Daily Review with Calendar Math
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Math Sentences for Daily Review with Calendar Math
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Multiplication and Division

Multiplication and Division for Daily Review with Calendar Math
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Practice with Larger Numbers

Practice with Larger Numbers for Daily Review with Calendar Math
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Practice with Larger Numbers 2 for Daily Review with Calendar Math
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This type of daily review is sure to have your students memorizing these important concepts in no time!

Stephanie provides complete instructions, the student worksheets and the board templates you'll need to implement this idea in your class as a FREEbie on her site. Head over there today to grab what you'll need to get started and to check out her incredible blog while you're there!!

About stephanie

I am an upper grade teacher to my core who strives to bring my students the best education possible.  My blog reflects the lessons I do on a daily basis that have made an impact on the learning of my students.  Each of the ideas I post about have been tried, retried, and then tried again within the walls of my classroom.