Worksheet on Months and Days

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on months and days. The questions are related to the names of the months that come before& after and the number of days in each month.

I. Write the number of days for each month:

(i) January has _____ days.

(ii) July has _____ days.

(iii) February has _____ days.

(iv) August has _____ days.

(v) March has _____ days.

(vi) September has _____ days.

(vii) April has _____ days.

(viii) October has _____ days.

(ix) May has _____ days.

(x) November has _____ days.

(xi) June has _____ days.

(xii) December has _____ days.

II. Answer the following questions:

(i) How many months have 31 days?

(ii) How many months have 30 days?

(iii) Which month has the least number of days?

(iv) Which of the following years were leap years?

800, 812, 1066, 1648, 1700, 1792, 1812, 1846, 1898,

(v) 1960 was a leap year. Which were the next ten leap years?

(vi) How many leap years were there from 1897 to 1915? Which were they?

(vii) If a man was born on 29 Feb. 1940, how many real birthdays did he have before 1971?

III. Write the name of the month that comes before and after:

(i) ____________ February ____________

(ii) ____________ April ____________

(iii) ____________ December ____________

(iv) ____________ August ____________

(v) ____________ January ____________

(vi) ____________ March ____________

(vii) ____________ November ____________

(viii) ____________ September ____________

(ix) ____________ May ____________

(x) ____________ October ____________

(xi) ____________ June ____________

(xii) ____________ July ____________


A year is a leap year if the last two digit of the year can be divided by 4 exactly. If these two figures are 00, then the first figure or figures must be divisible by 4 exactly.

2nd Grade Math Practice

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