Mornings in Kindergarten could be quite hectic as everyone rushes into the classroom but not anymore! This set will get your students to focus but also practice important skills such as penmanship, daily calendar work, sight words, number words, and letters. It also gives you a chance to get those essential tasks done that are required in the first few minutes of school starting.
These print-and-go journals are a great independent activity that your students can take ownership of in the mornings. Teachers love having the time to do those important tasks that must be done at the start of the day while knowing their students are working on a beneficial activity.
“I have purchased more morning work than I care to admit! This one is just perfect! The kids know exactly what to do each morning and it is truly independent. The lack of time it takes to prep this each month might be my favorite part!!? -Emily
What’s inside + why will you love it?
- 12 months of journals
- Use this resource year after year! This resource is updated yearly (currently updated through 2026)
- Each journal has enough pages to accommodate the amount of school days in the month.
- A progression of practice: in August, students start with tracing the alphabet. As time goes on, students practice sight words, color words, numbers, number words, letter formation, sounds, and sentences.
- The pictures drawn each day focus on comprehension.
- In June & July, students have a review that can be sent home as summer practice with a note to parents.
- Calendar practice and skills reinforce what you work on during calendar time.
Already have a great morning routine? Here are some other ways teachers are using this resource:
- Home support: teachers have sent this home as a resource that helps parents work with their children on various skills
- After recess activity: this helps students calm down and reset after playing outside.
- Early finisher task: this activity is easy to start and stop with its different elements
Say goodbye to those hectic mornings where students are asking what to do right away. This set is made to be an independent activity that will keep students engaged and working on important skills.
What others are saying about this resource:
“I love these calendar pages! They are the perfect way to start the day. Students are engaged, have the opportunity to practice and review skills as they are writing and they love drawing and sharing their pictures with the class as part of our morning meeting.” – Holly
“This is awesome! One simple page to start the day that covers so many skills!” -Jaclyn
“The students love having their own calendar to reference to during the day. Great tool!” – KeepCalmandKinder
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