Calendar time is such an important part of the Kindergarten and First Grade day.  It is SO much more than simply adding a date to the grid.  Instead, it is when so many meaningful math connections take place.  I created my Digital Calendar Math and Morning Message BUNDLE  during remote learning and saw enormous success with it online.  When we transitioned back to the classroom, I knew it was something I didn’t want to give up.  In this blog post, I will tell you everything about the Digital Calendar…


Digital Calendar Math & Morning Message BUNDLE

This interactive, digital resource includes the following slides that may be used in PowerPoint and Google Slides.  You have the option to add pictures, clip art, your Bitmoji, and text wherever you like.  You may also rearrange, add, or delete any slides you wish!

Opening Slides

The opening slides for your Morning Message or lesson introduction come in two formats and include the following:

  • Good Morning
  • While We Wait
  • While You Wait
  • Google Meet
  • Morning Message
  • Good Afternoon


Blank calendars for all 12 months are included with Drag & Drop Number Cards.


Date and Weather

Two options for the “Today’s date is…” are included along with with Drag & Drop Icons for “Today is,” “Yesterday was,” and “Tomorrow is.”  The “Today’s Weather” slide includes  Drag & Drop adjectives with weather words.

DAYS of SCHOOL Math Slides

This is the portion of calendar that introduces your students to so many important concepts of number sense.  This part of the package features the following:

  • Days of School Intro Slide
  • Tally Marks
  • Ten Frames
  • Hundreds Chart (with move-able 4 square icon to hover over the number of the day)
  • Place Value
  • Coins
  • The Dollar Dance (for the 100th Day)
  • Number Sentences (2 versions)



Teacher Tech Tips are included for how to customize this file to fit your needs.  If you need any assistance at all, send me a message.  I’m happy to help!


I hope this post has inspired you to try Digital Calendar Math for remote learning or in your classroom!  I wish you the best of luck this school year.


Learn more about my Kindergarten Calendar Routines HERE and grab a FREEBIE while you’re there!