Hi everyone! I have the 2014-2015 Preschool daily learning notebook ready for the upcoming year! I’ve seen several versions of these on various blogs and decided to create one that fit our needs. I wanted something that allowed the Teeny Tot to work on her calendar time activities each day, and this was a perfect fit!
**The updates include the monthly calendar pages where students trace what day it is, as well as the monthly weather tracking pages, so if you already have the learning notebook, you might want to just print the calendar and weather pages to save on ink!
The Preschool Daily Learning Notebook includes:
- What day is it?
- Find today’s number
- Write today’s number
- Write today’s number word (I don’t always require her to write the number word, but usually add it for days 1-10)
I made a printable for each weekday, Monday through Friday, with traceable days on it for preschoolers. On this page your preschooler will trace the weekday, find today’s number and color in the circle. Trace the number (I write this in with pencil for her to trace), and then write the number word for the day. Right now I only have her do this when we’re on days one-ten.
I think her favorite activity is finding the temperature. (We have a simple thermometer right outside our front door that we check.) Then we come in and color the correct temperature and an appropriate outfit on the paper doll.
It also covers:
- What time is it?
- What temperature is it?
- What would I wear for this temperature?
- I can write my name (monthly name writing practice)
Each month they will trace the month name, then trace in one number per day to fill in the calendar for each month. They’ll also color in a box for the weather. This is great for counting skills, number recognition, and handwriting practice!
I also added numbers, shapes, and letters to this pack. To help make them easier to find, I put in colored divider tabs so we can flip to the correct spot.
For the numbers I put lightly colored dots on each one, I plan to have her put a sticker for each dot on the numbers, then trace the number word. But you can also have them color the shape, or glue the correct amount of objects to it as well.
–> Download the Preschool Daily Learning Notebook <–
Ready for more of a challenge? Check out my other Daily Learning Notebook versions below!
- Kindergarten Daily Learning Notebook
- Elementary Daily Learning Notebook (Manuscript)
- Elementary Daily Learning Notebook (Cursive)
- Spanish Daily Learning Notebook
- French Daily Learning Notebook
- German Daily Learning Notebook
- Australian Daily Learning Notebook
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Thank you. I love this. So does my daughter. 😀
I started using your Pre-K daily lessons notebook for my four year old and I love it. I would like to have the number sheets all the way to 31, for use with the number of the day and would love to know what font you used or if you could do it and make an addition pack for download. She is somewhere between Pre-K and kindergarten so a little push for her excites her.
Hi Misty, the Kindergarten Daily Notebook goes all the way to 100, so you might consider adding in those pages to your prek notebook :o)
Does the old pre-k notebook with the capital letters on the days still exist? Both the “old” and “new” notebook links seem to lead to the “new” one!
Here’s a link to the old version:
The dates will be for 2013 but you can print the Monday – Friday pages from it.
First let me say thank you for helping newbies like me. I will be homeschooling my 3 and 4 year old and wanted to know if you will be updating for the 2015-2016 school year.
Thanks and my God bless you.
Yes, I update it every year :o)
Do you know when you’ll have an update for the 2015-2016 school year?
Hey there. I absolutely LOVE these notebooks and purchased it to use in my Pre-k class. I was just wondering if there was any way to get it in a powerpoint form so I could do it with my class on my smartboard so they could follow along a little easier. I think some of my kiddos would benefit better from seeing it on the board. If not that is fine, I just thought I would ask.
This is a good activity and a way to maintain a schedule for kids. My daughter is 3 years old and is in preschool at http://www.callingallkidsagain.com/ . I look forward to use all these materials with my daughter and she will have great fun. Thanks for sharing.
I am so thankful for this! my mom printed the 2013 version for me 2 years ago but I’m glad you update them every year, since I’m now finally starting this with my oldest. When do you think you’ll have the update for the 2015-2016 year? No rush just don’t want to forget to reprint it.
Thank you again for doing this as well as you updates!
hi, i really love this. i used it 2 years ago with my daughter and she learned so much. I would really love a 2015-2016 version to use with my son, who is now ready to start pre-school.
thank you for taking the time to put this together!
Thank you for article!
Schedule for preschoolers it’s genius.
I think that i this age they can start to try write short essays to train their mind.