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DAILY: day of the week, spell it, yesterday, tomorrow date with tens & ones one tally mark for each day (I color code this into 10's) one straw for each day (on a hundreds, tens, ones chart) add a penny for each day exchange it for a nickel, dime, quarter as needed) representation for the date (today is 3st, so representations for 31, today I got 31 smiley faces, 31+0, 310, 3 tens 1 one, 10069, 30+1, 31 tallies) I allow days of the week for numbers under 7 and months of the year for numbers under 12, and a letter of the alphabet for numbers under 26, we rotate this each month If TIME allows (I can usually get 12 a day) geometric shapes, identify, number of vertices, sides algabraic equation for attendance (today we had one student absent, so 20=19 + A) time (hour & half hour) secret number on the number line (use math vocab) weather calendar count by 5s, 10s, 2s use hundred's board to add & subtract 2 digit numbers multiplication (I call it groupsthere are 5 students wearing white uniform shirts and 5 students wearing blue uniform shirts how many are wearing these 2 color shirts, we write out the equation 2X5=10 2 groups of 5 is the same as 10) calendar pattern (this is definitely done at the beginning of each month, we began in August with AB April will be AABBC) I use calendar to begin teaching concepts needed about week or two early and a LOT of review. Hope this helps!!!!
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