# Kindergarten Calendar Worksheets | Daily Spiral Review

Kindergarten calendar worksheets for math and literacy skills. minutes each day!
Daily spiral review of kindergarten math skills, kindergarten literacy, and phonics skills, PLUS calendar review! This just takes a few minutes

### Kindergarten calendar worksheets:  Our Daily Routine

Yesterday I was preparing our “calendar” work packets that we call “Building Skills.”

My students gather around the carpet while I display the image on the whiteboard (my iPad was being a wee bit crabby, so it was a smooched image… ahh… technology!)  In his way each child is completing the task at the same time.  Nobody can zone-out and start to study their shoes [including their teacher.]

I am able to walk around and support students as needed, but honestly, at this point, they are pretty independent.  I mostly get out of their way!

Here is what the November 3rd worksheet looked like:

To break it down.  We start by sorting the letters by capital and lowercase letters.  This is a sometimes under reviewed skill so I like to review it several times.  Then students correct the sentence.

In the math portion of the worksheet, students practice writing numerals.  The numerals vary each day.  Also, our favorite activity is the “Mystery Number!”  As the year progresses, we work up to 30.

We then select a domino out of the bin and create an equation for it.

And finally, we discuss different word problems that would give us the answer below. Such as, “There were 5 scarecrows in the field, but one blew over. Now there are 4.”

Such a GREAT continuous learning opportunity.

Each day our kindergarten calendar worksheet will look different we will practice other skills, but still spiral around to revisit those we have practiced before.  Practice makes PERMANENT!

### Kindergarten calendar worksheets:  Grow throughout the year

Each quarter has 5 different formats.  I like to select a variety of worksheets so we can spirally review.  I simply gather 20 sheets (what I think I will need for the month) and then I staple the monthly cover on them. Here is a peek at a few of them from Mid-YEAR.

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#### Deedee Wills

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## 7 Responses

1. Christer says:

This looks WONDERFUL! I couldn't do this everyday though. My school (and district) is very stingy with paper. Maybe every other day?

1. Deedee says:

You could also show it on a interactive white board or document camera. Then have your class respond collectively?

2. Christer says:

Oh okay. Sounds good. Thanks! And for further engagement, I could have each student respond on a white board.

2. Shari Copeland says:

I love the idea of this, but just don't think I could carve the time out of my day. Maybe we could do a half sheet. Saves paper and time. Just a thought.

3. Bridget S says:

I think calendar time is one of the best times of the day for teaching opportunities in kindergarten. I would say you are maximizing that time to the max 🙂

4. Jill says: