Learn more about the relationships between yesterday, today, and tomorrow with the StoryBots in this fun song.
**This section of the video starts at 3:09 and ends at 4:00.
This classroom resource from Epic! is a book for students. Students can learn the basic features of calendars and clocks, like dates and numerals. Learning how to use these features will help students to track time and keep organized. The AR level for this book is 3.1. The age range is 6-9 years old. The book includes a quiz and glossary.
In this interactive activity, students will be led through steps to tell time using a calendar. There are teaching activities as well as practice activities available. A handout that reviews the steps taught during the interactive is available to be printed. After utilizing this resource, the students can complete the short quiz to assess their understanding.
This interactive timeline tool from ReadWriteThink can be used by students with guidance from their teacher or parents to create a graphic representation of the chronology of events of their lives. This tool can be used when teaching sequencing events using calendars, schedules, and timelines.
Kindergarten students could use the first line of the template provided, either writing their birth date themselves or telling it to someone for dictation. Each student could illustrate the sentence. Then, make a list of the months of the year, with each student's birth date written next to the month of their birth, in order by days. After making a wall timeline with the months of the year, each student's birth date could be added in the correct month.
Use the following template for students to record dates and events. They can take it home and do it with the help of family members and also add information in class on their own.
I was born on (Month, day, year)
In __________, I was one year old and I __________.
In __________, I was two years old and I __________.