Months can be a little daunting, because there are 12 words, some of which are long. So for some elementary school classes, consider splitting learning the months into two lessons.
- Make a list of months and students' birthdays on the board. Then quiz the students with questions like, "What month is Rika's birthday? What month is Christmas?"
- Month bowling
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