Students practice writing the days of the week, months of the year, and dates in 4 different forms, as well as abbreviations. This is an excellent activity for early finishers, or for filling those extra minutes before lunch or recess.
Having students practice writing dates is not just busy work
. Your class will run more smoothly, too, when students become more fluent at writing dates!
→12 pages of worksheets: days of the week, months of the year, short, long, and numerical form for date, abbreviations
→Worksheets on different levels: good for differentiation
→The names of the months are not misspelled, so students won’t memorize the wrong spelling.
As students complete the worksheets, they practice capitalization of names of the months and commas in the correct locations. Rewriting the dates also helps students remember the spelling of the months.
This resource was originally a single worksheet. I have added to the original, thanks to the suggestion from a buyer. (Any comments are much appreciated, as they help me make teaching materials that will be useful to you!)
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