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Spell the Months of the Year 2

In this worksheet students practise spelling and capitalising the names of the months of the year.

'Spell the Months of the Year 2' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Writing: Transcription

Curriculum subtopic:   Spell Common Exception Words

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

It is important to be able to spell the names of the months of the year and to remember that they always begin with a capital letter.

 

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

 

In this worksheet you can practise spelling the names of the twelve months. You will need to think about when special events happen during the year.

Complete the sentence by writing just the correct month in the answer box.

 

The first month in the year is __________.

Complete the sentence by writing just the correct month in the answer box.

 

Valentine's Day is in __________.

Complete the sentence by writing just the correct month in the answer box.

 

The last month of the year is __________.

Complete the sentence by writing just the correct month in the answer box.

 

The first day of the fourth month is called __________ Fool's Day.

Complete the sentence by writing just the correct month in the answer box.

 

The eighth month of the year is __________.

Complete the sentence by writing just the correct month in the answer box.

 

The tenth month of the year is __________.

This sentence contains a deliberate mistake! Write the whole sentence out again but with the correct month.

 

Bonfire Night is on the fifth of May.

Write the whole sentence out again, replacing the month with the correct answer:

 

Easter is always in January or April.

Write the whole sentence out again, replacing the month with the correct answer:

 

Pupils in English schools usually move to a new class in November.

Write the whole sentence out again, replacing the month with the correct answer:

 

The seventh month of the year is May.

  • Question 1

Complete the sentence by writing just the correct month in the answer box.

 

The first month in the year is __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
January
  • Question 2

Complete the sentence by writing just the correct month in the answer box.

 

Valentine's Day is in __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
February
  • Question 3

Complete the sentence by writing just the correct month in the answer box.

 

The last month of the year is __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
December
  • Question 4

Complete the sentence by writing just the correct month in the answer box.

 

The first day of the fourth month is called __________ Fool's Day.

CORRECT ANSWER
April
  • Question 5

Complete the sentence by writing just the correct month in the answer box.

 

The eighth month of the year is __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
August
  • Question 6

Complete the sentence by writing just the correct month in the answer box.

 

The tenth month of the year is __________.

CORRECT ANSWER
October
  • Question 7

This sentence contains a deliberate mistake! Write the whole sentence out again but with the correct month.

 

Bonfire Night is on the fifth of May.

CORRECT ANSWER
Bonfire Night is on the fifth of November.
  • Question 8

Write the whole sentence out again, replacing the month with the correct answer:

 

Easter is always in January or April.

CORRECT ANSWER
Easter is always in March or April.
  • Question 9

Write the whole sentence out again, replacing the month with the correct answer:

 

Pupils in English schools usually move to a new class in November.

CORRECT ANSWER
Pupils in English schools usually move to a new class in September.
  • Question 10

Write the whole sentence out again, replacing the month with the correct answer:

 

The seventh month of the year is May.

CORRECT ANSWER
The seventh month of the year is July.
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