Days of the Week Freebie!

Get to know the days of the week with these FREE calendar toppers. It's important that students know the order of the days of the week and how to spell them too. These calendar toppers can be used in a variety of ways. 

Free Days of the Week
  • Post the days of the week at your calendar station. Cut the words: yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Move these words as the week goes on. Yesterday was Monday, Today is Tuesday, and Tomorrow is Wednesday. Keep reciting the days of the week with students. 
  • Use these strips during your small group time. Cut the strips apart and mix them up. Let the students put the day of the week in order. 
  • Post the strips on your word wall for students to be able to spell them correctly. 
  • For a fun warm-up activity, give the strips to 7 students. Have those students go to the front of the classroom to organize themselves in order of the days of the week. Make multiple copies and make groups of 7 students to organize themselves. This activity gets students up and moving around. This will help them stay engaged and learn! 
This freebie comes in 2 forms; a red apple or green apple. Click the picture above to download this freebie right here on my blog. 
    
Blank Calendars
Check out Blank Calendars and Calendar Questions. This pack will surely help students learn the calendar any time of the year. This pack includes blank calendars, task cards, and worksheets all about the calendar. The questions asked on the task cards and worksheets can be used for any month or any year. 
This pack is perfect for your students to really start to understand the calendar. This pack can be used during your calendar lessons, as a reading center, or to be sent home for homework. Click any picture to be taken to my store to read and see more about his pack. 


Here are some calendar items you may need for your classroom. I linked them to Amazon to make it easy for you to view.  
Calendar Pocket Chart
Calendar Bulletin Board
School House Calendar
Huge Calendar Pocket Chart for All
Calendar Days Only

Here are a few books to read and use with your students that will help learn the days of the week and the calendar. 

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