questions for keeping calendar fun and new--put a spinner on it, and then have this be a job for the week--only answer the one that it lands on for that day--great practice for calendar skills without making this time extra-long and extra-boring:)
Made specifically for middle school and high school special education classrooms' morning meeting or group times. Supports calendar skills, communication, choice making, and application of real-life skills to daily life to increase engagement for students.
Updated for 2014-2015. This is a calendar journal that I use in my self-contained classroom. It contains minimal writing; my students use a highlighter or crayon to color in the correct answer. This is great for students with limited handwriting skills. It is beneficial for students that are learning days of the week, months of the year, the year, the date, the weather, and days in school with place value.