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Calendar Homework Activities For First Grade

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As teachers, we know how hard our students work each day. We also know that fine-motor, gross-motor, and social-emotional skills are just as important as academic skills…especially with our young learners. These critically important skills are often pushed to the side at school and at home.

I created these EDITABLE experience-based homework calendars to address the non-academic skills my students were missing, as well as, comply with our school’s “Homework Policy”. Additionally, these calendars respect that our students lead incredibly busy and scheduled lives outside of school and need opportunities to be kids!

Included in this resource
*10 months of Editable homework calendars (August thru May or September thru June). These “calendars” are formatted as choice boards, giving families and students flexibility when…or if…they complete the 16 activities (averaging four activities each week).
*Editable at-home reading star chart
*Editable letter to families explaining these experience-base homework calendars
*Editable monthly choice board (not month or theme specific)
*A completion certificate
*Story and list paper (to attach to monthly calendars)

(Note – all editable resources are in a separate PowerPoint file. To match, download KG Primary Penmanship and KG Second Chances Solid fonts for free on Teachers Pay Teachers.)

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Although many of the activities can be completed independently, several activities each month require adult supervision or support. Therefore, these calendars may not work for every classroom or student population.
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If you have any questions or requests, feel free to email me at brownbagteacher@gmail.com.

Catherine
The Brown-Bag Teacher

***For other resources for the primary classroom, check out my Primary Math Centers, Differentiated 120s Chart and Making 10 Centers & Assessment.

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**Updated 05/31/2016: Now the calendars can be used for ANY year!**

Don't let your students' language skills slip over the summer break! These calendars contain 12 weeks of free, fun, and quick activities that your students can complete with their parents to work on improving their communication skills during their time off from school.

Instead of activities for parents to have to do every single day, each calendar contains 20 activities that parents can complete as their schedule permits. They can choose to do something daily, or do a few activities on the same day. They can even have weekends off if they want! Activities are brief, and can be completed in 20 minutes or less.

This packet includes:

pg. 1: Cover Page and Credits
pg. 2: Parent Letter
pg. 3: Online Resources
pg. 4: List of Favorite iPad/Smartphone apps
pg. 5-7: Colorful calendars (weeks 1-4; 5-8; and 9-12)
pg. 8-10: Black and white calendars (weeks 1-4; 5-8; and 9-12)
pg. 11-12: Credits and Additional Information

Activity Examples:
*Describe pictures by category, function, parts, etc.
*Categories & What Doesn't Belong
*Compare/Contrast
*Words with Multiple Meanings
*I Spy! Think of 5 things that are used at a picnic and make a sentence about each one.
*Arts & Crafts! Cut out 10 pictures from a magazine and think of a word to describe each one.
*Play Time! Toss a paper airplane onto pictures and make a sentence about each picture.
*Book Worm! Read a book and tell someone about the characters.
*Action! Use good sentences while you tell how to plant a flower.
...and MORE!


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If you enjoy this activity, you will also enjoy:
Fun in the Sun {beach themed speech and language activities}
Two Scoops of Speech and Language {ice cream themed activities}
Puzzling Popsicles {Vocabulary Match-Ups}
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Be sure to download the Articulation Calendars! Free Summer Articulation Calendars

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