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Measuring Time: Know the Months of the Year

In this worksheet, students will revise facts relating to the months of the year.

'Measuring Time: Know the Months of the Year' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Year:  Year 1 Maths worksheets

Curriculum topic:   Measurement

Curriculum subtopic:   Use Time Language

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

In this activity, we'll look at the order of the months of the year.


There are 12 months of the year and they go in a very specific order!


Have a think about which month we're in now?  What month do you think it will be next month?


Months of the year


If we look at the picture we can see the order of the months of the year.  The first month is January and the 12th month of the year is December. Then the months start all over again the following year!


Knowing the order is very useful for working out time in a year, for example, we might want to know how many months there are to go until a special date, like a birthday!





Which month comes after April?



The list goes... March... April... May...

May comes after April.


Shall we have a go at some questions now?


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