If your student is ready for more of a challenge, while still having fun with the Daily Learning Notebook, the Elementary Daily Learning Notebook is for you!

The Daily Learning Notebook is a fun way to review basic math & calendar skills each day!


–>> Get the Elementary Daily Learning Notebook here! <<–


The first page talks about today’s date, days of the week, and numbers:

  • 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.



Place Value & Temperature: Practice place value using today’s date, as well as telling the temperature.



Name Writing Practice: This download includes blank writing lines so that your students can practice writing their names. There is only one per month, but if you want them to have more practice you can print extra pages.


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, they’ll 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 year order: JANUARY – DECEMBER)



–>> Get the Elementary Daily Learning Notebook here! <<–

Ready for more of a challenge? Check out my other Daily Learning Notebook versions below!

MAC USERS: You will need to Install Adobe Reader, then set it as your default program to open PDF files. This will resolve any weird viewing issues you may have with PDF files. Safari tries to open the file in preview instead of full view which causes issues viewing and printing files. Hope that helps!


  1. Thank you, THANK YOU for these! I’ve looked at so many other calendars to use with my 5 year old Autistic Kindergartener and I think I’ve found ‘the one’ that will capture and keep his attention! He LOVES numbers and Math, so this will be right up his alley! Thanks so much! God’s blessings on your family and on your ministry to homeshooling families! 🙂

  2. This is our 2nd year doing a daily notebook. I created one for my daughter who is in 1st grade last year because I wanted her to be fluent in these daily items. Yours is scary close to ours! Did you peek in our room!? 🙂 We also do the “code date: 9/14/12”, estimation station where she has to estimate the number of items in a container then she finds out the correct answer and must tell the difference and more/less. Plus we graph the temperature as well as put it on the thermometer. She loves to see the rise and fall of it on the graph paper. We also do simple measuring…a line I’ve drawn on the page. Your pages will be a wonderful addition for homeschoolers! I highly recommend they use them. Great job!

  3. Hi Erica,

    I really like how you conserved space by putting the calendar and weather graph on the same page. I want to use this page over again, would it be trouble for you to make the page without the month outlined and graphic representing the holiday.

    I can make it myself, but I was concerned about sharing it when it is exactly the same as yours without a title and replacing the graphic with a generic graphic. Would you mind if a copied the template or could you make a blank template?


  4. I simply can not express how much of a blessing this is to me. I have been chronically ill and just remebering to get through the basics is a challenge. Now I will have it all in one place. thank you SO much for your generosity.
    Additionally, if it wasn’t for your amazing preschool plans I would have had to reconsider staying in our co-op, but you have compiled the ideas for me and I can easily adapt it to my four little 4 year olds.

  5. What font are the numbers? I don’t like the 1, 4 and 9 as my 3 yr old is getting 7 and 1 mixed up when she tries to write it by herself, and her 9’s look like g’s. When you do the cursive calendar, any chance you could find a font that has a simple line down for the 1’s and an open 4 and a straight line down for the 9’s? Otherwise, We Love your pre-K calendar notebook! It has been wonderful to go along with the other one we got from Mama’s Corner for the older ones. Thank you a million times!


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