It’s TIME to continue learning about this concept and in this blog post, we will discuss how to teach the DAYS OF THE WEEK to kids.
A good tip will be to discuss each word, each day. So you will start on Monday and so on. You can also ask kids on what is special on a specific day. An example would be Monday as start of classes, Sunday as Church day and the likes of that.
Here are sample images of what’s in the set that you can download later.
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Please do not put pressure on immediate learning. They are kids and bound to interchange the order of the days and that is okay. You can always try again until they become more familiar.
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This is a ready to print PDF file. Simply print, cut and get started on learning. I hope that they will help your kid to identify the DAYS OF THE WEEK. Happy learning!
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