Each morning we always begin our school day together with a Prayer, Pledge, Saint of the Day reading and then Calendar Activities. For our first two years, I had the Calendar Activities posted on the wall and the second year I read about and added a Calendar notebook to our routine.
This year, due to our temporary circumstances, we are just using our Calendar binders. Each child has a Binder with a Calendar page where they mark the day's date. I also call it a "quiet work" binder because I intend to put activities they can work on quietly and independently in the binder while I'm working with another child.
William also has a page to write the date so he can get practice with writing the full date and "code date."
William and Miriam then "Make the Date" with money. I printed and laminated the coins from here (scroll down the page).
They then write (or put a sticker on) the number of days in school,
I also added a Liturgical calendar page to encourage them to look at
the color at Mass. I love that the Calendar Binder is an easy way to practice
necessary skills on a daily basis and the kids enjoy this predictable
and somewhat independent activity.