The days of the week are a measure of time that is important for children to understand when they are of school-going age, just like the seasons and months of the year, they help the little ones now when things are supposed to happen and also bring order into their life.

Learning the days of the week in English can help them understand about their own schedules, allowing them to start organising their time and their favourite activities, and making their lives easier as they begin to feel more organised. Routines and daily habits are essential for kids at a young age since predictability helps them know what activity is coming next, and what to expect during a day in class, this way they become more relaxed and cooperative. 

More importantly,  children can easily measure the days, they know that a day starts when the sun comes out and it's time to wake up, and ends when the sun sets and it's time to go to bed, so it's an easy way for them to tell time. As stated above, once kids start going to school, the days of the week become an essential subject in their lives. They have to be aware of any tests they might have, or maybe when their homework is due. Also, they can learn that ballet class may be on a Wednesday and that the weekends are on Saturday and Sunday (in most countries). 

 Here, you'll find some useful tips to help the little ones learn about the days of the week in a fun and easy way. 


The days of the week in English: 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday 


Plural forms of the days of the week 

The plural for the days of the week is formed by adding an "s" at the end of the word:

Mondays

Tuesdays

Wednesdays

Thursdays

Fridays

Saturdays

Sundays

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