How am I going to incorporate Calendar Math into my day? I teach three sections of resource math class to students with disabilities, so I am going to have to structure BIG time at the beginning of the year...then, hopefully (fingers crossed) won't have to do so much intentional instruction on how to fill it out. I am thinking that next year I am going to have some center-like stations going on to reinforce our big ideas for the week. Calendar Math is going to be one of those centers. With only 10 kids per class, I'm thinking that I'll be able to rotate through three centers per day. I have about 50 minutes per block, so this might be a stretch...but, we'll see

Centers:

1--Calendar Math

2--Computer Work: I have set of laptops available to me on a daily basis (LUCKY) because I am teaching the resource classes. Additionally, my school has purchased licenses for all 330 sixth graders to have a log-in for IXL.com (ah-ma-zing). So, this center is going to be for practicing the skills that we've worked on that week or previously.

3--Games/Activities to reinforce concepts from whole-group instruction time.

Hope you enjoy my first upload :) Leave some feedback about it.

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I like it! Last year, I did the same for my fifths and sixths. As the year progressed, I added in decimals, prime/composite, elapsed time, area and perimeter to the mix.

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