Editable Calendars and Birthdays 2015-2017
Just updated through 2017! Each year I update my editable calendars and birthdays 2016-2017 product on Teachers Pay Teachers. The first year was 2011. So, if you already own this product, you may re-download for free. If you do not have it yet, be assured it is updated and is always a year ahead for busy teachers. Many of the files are editable, but of course they do not have to be edited for use. Editing means the pages may be personalized for the class, as teachers can add the names of students to the pages if wanted. Scroll to the bottom of this post for a new freebie, too.
Calendar Time, Birthdays 2015-2017 and Printable Student PDFs
Please see preview file at this link for more information.
14 files including:
Editable birthday display and awards PDF
Editable classroom calendars PDFs for 2015-2016, and 2016-2017
Editable class writing PDFs for birthdays and student of the week class books
Editable teacher color monthly calendar recording pages PDFs 2015-2016, and 2016-2017
Editable student black and white monthly calendar recording pages PDFs for 2015-2016, and 2016-2017
SMART Board file 50 slides, monthly calendar recording pages 2015-2017
Power Point file, the same 50 slides, monthly calendar recording pages 2015-2016
SMART Board file, 30 slides, for highlighting birthdays and star of the week students
Put your student’s name up in lights by adding their names to these slides with different themes.
Printable star of the week poster 18” X 24”
Printable birthday poster 18” X 24”
The editable PDFs may be edited or not (student names added, for instance). If the blue squares are not typed in then nothing from that space will appear on the printout. The calendars may be printed without editing and students could write on the paper. If a class calendar is printed out without editing, students might color code the different weekly events such as coloring library days yellow, and gym days blue. The calendars could be sent home to parents.
The birthday month letter sized poster have space for teachers to type in student names. For sure, though, the editable birthday awards would be good to personalize.
There are covers, drawing pages, and writing pages for the students to make a booklet to give to the birthday child on his or her birthday.
Each morning, or tally a few times during the month and at the end of the month:
*record a tally for the type of weather
*record the number of school days in 100s, 10s, and 1s
*record special news such as who lost a tooth
*show the date on the calendar
*circle the day of the week
*recognize birthdays and create class booklets
COMMON CORE MATH STANDARD:
Kindergarten, Number and Operations in Base 10, Work with numbers 11-19 to gain foundations for place value.
Mathematics, Grade 1,
CCSS.Math.Content.1.MD.C.4 Organize, represent, and interpret data with up to three categories; ask and answer questions about the total number of data points, how many in each category, and how many more or less are in one category than in another.
Now for the new freebie, editable birthday awards on Teachers Pay Teachers. I know you will like this printable! Thank you for reading,
Carolyn Wilhelm, NBCT