It’s never too late to start a math program in your classroom to help your students get the daily practice they need with foundational math skills! For this reason, I created our Number of the Day 180 Day pack which is excellent for introducing, practicing, and reviewing essential math skills.
Every 20 days, the math skills increase in rigor and complexity.
Easily start the program on Day 1 to practice math skills every day through Day 180. However, you can start on any day you choose.
Since the book is bundled into 20 pages due to the skills changing in rigor and complexity, I like to print every 20 pages on the same color paper (blue). Students can now easily find them every day in their folders/desks.
After we start this program on Day 1, we also like to move our “Little Red Man” clip along our classroom number line. Students use this red clip daily as a reference tool to add, subtract, and see one more, or one less from our Number of the Day.
Additionally, our “Little Orange Man” helps identifies the last day of school. This clip helps keep track of the progress during the year and when to know when they are officially 1st, 2nd, or 3rd graders!
Need your own classroom number line? I’ve got you covered! Grab that plus individual number lines and grids HERE:
Not ready for the full bundle? Grab a Sample Pack!
Try this sample pack that includes the first 20 days PLUS samples from days 21, 61, 81, 124, 143, and 180. It will give you an idea of how the essential math skills increase rigor over the 180 days!
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