Math Worksheets and Study Guides First Grade. Months of the Year

The resources above correspond to the standards listed below:

Washington Standards

WA.1.4. Core Content: Concepts of measurement (Geometry/Measurement) Students start to learn about measurement by measuring length. They begin to understand what it means to measure something, and they develop their measuring skills using everyday objects. As they focus on length, they come to understand that units of measure must be equal in size and learn that standard-sized units exist. They develop a sense of the approximate size of those standard units (like inches or centimeters) and begin using them to measure different objects. Students learn that when a unit is small, it takes more of the unit to measure an item than it does when the units are larger, and they relate and compare measurements of objects using units of different sizes. Over time they apply these same concepts of linear measurement to other attributes such as weight and capacity. As students practice using measurement tools to measure objects, they reinforce their numerical skills and continue to develop their sense of space and shapes.
1.4.F. Name the days of the week and the months of the year, and use a calendar to determine a day or month.

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