This simple, colorful calendar pack has everything you need to create an engaging and interactive pocket chart calendar for the whole year. It is easy for the teacher or students to switch out each day! It also makes a great bulletin board display for your classroom!
I wanted to share some of my favorite books about the Days of the Week with you. I hope these book suggestions help!
“Today is Monday” is a book and a song written by Eric Carle that invites preschoolers to recognize animals, foods and the days of the week in English. Each large spread features a different animal enjoying a tasty meal: a porcupine with Monday’s string beans, a snake with Tuesday’s spaghetti, an elephant with Wednesday’s “ZOOOOP”… right up to a monkey with Sunday’s ice-cream. At the end, a group of kids gathers around a big table to feast on all the foods mentioned.
“Sally Go Round the Sun” is a traditional rhyme that can be sung in canon. The song is also a popular circle dance usually played in larger groups. The second version of this traditional rhyme can also be used to teach little kids the days of the week in English. Follow this adventurous little girl on her tours in this song…
“Days of the Week” is a very simple and fun song for children that is great for introducing the seven days of the week and the order of the days in English. It is used in many preschools and schools all over USA and UK. This nursery rhyme can be sung to the tune of the Addams Family.