7 Days of the Week

How many days are there in a week?

There are seven days in a week.

Monday is the first day. The other days after Monday are Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday and then again we start from Monday and so on...

Monday – day 1

Tuesday – day 2

Wednesday – day 3

Thursday – day 4

Friday – day 5

Saturday – day 6

Sunday – day 7

Fairy says, ‘We have five days of school. The days are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Saturday and Sunday are holidays and the two days are also called weekend.’ After hearing this all the elves sing happily...

There are 7 days in a week,

Let’s learn......

7 days in a week,

7 days in a week,

7 days in a week,

and I can say them all!

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,

Thursday, Friday and Saturday

Sunday is the last day,

and I can say them all

Yay!!!

I. Match the day with its position.

 MondayFridayTuesdayWednesdayThursday secondthirdfifthfirstfourth

II. Fill in the blanks.

(i) Wednesday comes after ________________ (Tuesday/Thursday)

(ii) Friday comes after ________________ (Saturday/Thursday)

(iii) Sunday comes after ________________ (Saturday /Monday)

(iv) Thursday comes after ________________ (Friday/Wednesday)

III. Write the missing days of the week.

Monday

________________

________________

________________

Friday

________________

________________

(Wednesday      Saturday              Tuesday               Thursday             Sunday)

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