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Learn Facts from a Poem

In this worksheet, students learn a poem that contains some useful information.

'Learn Facts from a Poem' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:  Reading: Comprehension

Curriculum subtopic:  Learn Poems by Heart

Difficulty level:  

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Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

Here is a poem that can help you remember how many days there are in each month.

Try and learn it, or write it on a piece of paper to help you with this worksheet.

 

 

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30 days hath September

April, June, and November;

All the rest have thirty-one,

Excepting February alone,

Which has twenty-eight days clear

And twenty-nine in each leap year.

 

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How many days does February have in a leap year?

Thirty

Thirty-one

Twenty-nine

Twenty-eight

How many days does July have?

Thirty

Thirty-one

Twenty-nine

Twenty-eight

Name one month that has thirty days.

July

October

January

November

How many days are there in June?

Thirty

Thirty-one

Twenty-nine

November

How many days does February have?

Thirty

Thirty-one

Twenty-eight

November

  • Question 1

How many days does February have in a leap year?

CORRECT ANSWER
Twenty-nine
  • Question 2

How many days does July have?

CORRECT ANSWER
Thirty-one
  • Question 3

Name one month that has thirty days.

CORRECT ANSWER
November
  • Question 4

How many days are there in June?

CORRECT ANSWER
Thirty
  • Question 5

How many days does February have?

CORRECT ANSWER
Twenty-eight
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