Days of the Week and Months of the Year for Class 1 Maths
The students will be introduced to the names of 7 days in a week and month name. Also, the number and terms of seasons that occur in a year are discussed here.
In this learning concept, the student will learn to
- Identify the months, weeks and seasons in a year by their names
- Count how many seasons in a year
Each concept is explained to class 1 maths students with examples, illustrations and a mind map. Two printable worksheets with solutions are attached at the end of the page for the students to practice. Download the worksheet to test your knowledge.
Each day starts at Midnight (12 O'clock at Night) and ends next Midnight. You have observed that each day has a name. There are 7 different days.
We have learned about Day and Night. Let’s help the children to know more about the days.
7 Days of the Week
There are 7 days of the week.
In the calendar, from today’s date, we can find out today’s day. Also, we can know about yesterday and tomorrow.
But what is Today, Yesterday and Tomorrow?
Present-day is Today. The day before today is called Yesterday and the day after today is called Tomorrow.
There is a minimum of 4 and a maximum of 5 weeks in a one month.
But how many Months are there in a one year?
There are total 12 months.
So, 12 months together make 1 year.
There are total 365 or 366 days in one year.
How Many Seasons in a Year
In India according to changes in climates, there are 5 seasons:
Did you know?
Why do months and seasons occur?
Earth is rotating around the Sun as well as itself. This is what causes the months and the seasons.