Daily Learning Notebook: German Version

Guten Tag!

Thanks to the help of a kind reader, (thanks Mishelle!), I am so excited to release my Daily Learning Notebook for you all in German! YAY!! It’s been so cool to see how many people use my Daily Learning Notebooks. And I can’t tell you how excited I am that so many people have come forward to help translate them into other languages.

I think these are such a fun way to learn the basics of a new language, or to help learn in your own native language as well.



–> Download the Daily Learning Notebook ~ German Version here! <–

What’s included?

The first page talks about today’s date, days of the week, and numbers: (All translated into German of course!)

  • What day is it?
  • What was yesterday?
  • What will it be tomorrow be?
  • Write the date
  • Color in the day number
  • Is today’s number ODD or EVEN?
  • Write today’s number
  • Write the number that comes before and after today’s number

The next page covers money and time:

  • What time is it?
  • What time was it 1 hour ago?
  • What time will it be in 2 hours?
  • Make the date in coins.

Tally Marks: We also keep track of our days in school using tally marks, at the end of the month we’ll count up all of our school days then write the number in the circle at the bottom of that month’s box.

100 days count down: We’re also keeping track of our days in school up to 100. If you can’t read the numbers below, don’t worry! Strawberry Shortcake has taken to writing fancy little stick people on all of her numbers…

Monthly Calendar and weather tracking: We are also tracking our calendar days in school, students write the month on the top of each calendar, then write the day’s number each day. At the bottom of the page is a place to track weather for each month. At the end we’ll discuss which type of weather we had most, least, etc. (The download has months in school year order: August – July)

NEW!! I’ve also included the translation sheets in these just in case you’re speaking English and using them to learn German.


Sound fun?

–> Download the Daily Learning Notebook ~ German Version here! <–

I hope you enjoy this version of my Daily Learning Notebook. And I’d like to give a special THANK YOU to Mishelle for taking the time to help translate it!

Check out my other Daily Learning Notebooks too:

Note: I used my Elementary Daily Learning Notebook as the guide for this one. So there aren’t any traceable numbers like in the Preschool Daily Learning Notebook.  If you want to include the 0-100 number pages and the A-Z alphabet pages you can always print them from the Kindergarten Daily Learning Notebook and then just add them into this one.

P.S. I’m not fluent in German, and relied on the help of a reader and good ole’ Google Translate! So hopefully the translation is accurate, but please let me know if you see anything inaccurate!


MAC USERS: MAC users are saying that they get black lines across the file. If you install Adobe Reader, then open the file with that I think that takes care of the issue. Apparently Safari tries to open the file in preview or something instead of full view. Hope that helps!


  • Heidi February 29, 2016 at 7:12 am

    What a great idea to make a notebook like this in German! My family is German and I always struggle with figuring out how to teach my children what I know about German. This makes it easy to do a little each day. Thanks!

  • Linnea McKay February 29, 2016 at 9:10 am

    I am a German professor by training and teach German to homeschooling families. I did notice that there a couple of things in the pages that are clearly a direct translation (of your English pages, perhaps) and not authentically German (for example, Germans give the date as day — month — year rather than the month — day — year on the daily pages). If this is something that is easy to change, it would make these lovely pages even better! Thanks for sharing them with us all!

    • erica February 29, 2016 at 11:00 am

      Great thanks, I’ll make sure to update it!

  • Jennifer February 29, 2016 at 11:48 am

    Thank you so much for this! I took German through high school and for fun I teach the kids a word or phase each week. They were really excited to see this during lunch today and were super excited to see some words that they know!

  • Meg February 29, 2016 at 8:04 pm

    Thanks for sharing this! My kids are learning German and there are few extra German freebies online! This will be a big help for us!

  • Simone March 1, 2016 at 9:07 pm

    Oh this is great! We are starting to learn German next year (I’m fluent already) and this will be so helpful!

  • Brandi Badgett March 2, 2016 at 6:27 am

    So excited! I wanted something for my older kids that are getting bored with the regular notebook!

  • Maria March 3, 2016 at 2:06 pm

    This is great. Thanks! I´m German and I was searching for such a printable for a long time. This was quite difficult since homeschooling isn´t common (it is actualy forbitten by law) in Germany. And most children attend childcare systems and the parents are not doing anything like this at home. But I´m writing a new blog about topics like this and I always try to recommend some great printablesto my readers.

    But I was looking at it and there are many sentences which are not common in Germany (as I will write many things that are not usually used that way in Englisch). If you are interested I would like to help and translate the pages into real used German language.

    • erica March 9, 2016 at 2:02 pm

      Hi Maria,
      If you would like to email me changes I’ll take a look at them! Thanks for your help!! erica at confessionsofahomeschooler

  • Anika March 13, 2016 at 6:45 pm

    Hi Erica 2 things on one of the pages you have the word SIE since its for kids and not adults you should change it to Du and you have the vocabulary index with page the German word for page is Seite if you could change it would be great I love it my son loves it too

    • erica March 16, 2016 at 11:41 am

      Thanks, I’ll take a look and get it updated!


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