Sequencing - Days and Months

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Grade Level
Kindergarten
Subject
Other
Length of Time
45 minutes
Description

In this lesson, students will have two worksheets.

The first worksheet - Students will put the days of the weeks in order.

The second worksheet - Students will put the months of the year in order.

Goals

Students will learn:
The order of the days of the weeks
The order of the months

Materials Needed

The two worksheets that I have included in this lesson
Pencils and Erases

Procedure

First, you will copy the two worksheets. I wrote the days of the weeks and the months of the year on the worksheets so that students can see the words and know how to spell them.

After you copy the two worksheets, you can give each student the worksheet on the days of the weeks.

Then, you can give the students the worksheet on months.

When they have finished the worksheets, you can collect them and grade them.

Worksheet - Days of the Weeks

Directions: You will put the following days of the weeks in order.

Thursday, Tuesday, Friday, Sunday, Saturday, Wednesday, and Monday.

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Worksheet Two - Months of the Year

Directions: You will put the months of the year in order.

March, May, January, June, July, April, August, December, February, November, October, and September

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Grading

You can grade the students on the ones they have in order and if they spelled them correctly. Since the words are written on the worksheets, they shouldn't have trouble with spelling them.

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