The 7 days of the week

     

The days of the week are a measure of time that is important for children khổng lồ understand. Here you"ll find some tips lớn teach the days of the week khổng lồ your little ones!


 

The days of the week are an important measure of time for children lớn understand. Once they start going to lớn school, learning their names becomes an important task. Knowing this helps them keep their schedules organized and to be aware of when certain events are going khổng lồ happen, like a field trip in school or an important exam.

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It’s essential to teach the little ones how the days of the week are divided. There are some days where most people go to lớn work or to lớn school or workdays, and then other free days where people are more likely to lớn rest, vì outside activities lượt thích going to the park or khổng lồ the cinema which is common during weekends. This information helps the little ones start understanding the time và the importance of keeping an organized schedule, one that will allow them not only khổng lồ study but also lớn play and share a good time with friends!

In order lớn teach your little ones the days of the week, it’s really helpful to lớn keep up with a daily routine. By establishing daily habits và routines, like brushing the teeth every night, tidying up their rooms every day, or going to the park during the weekend, children feel more in control of their lives. This sense of control makes the little ones more relaxed and cooperative in the house và also in school since they know what lớn expect from the daily activities & start planning ahead how to lớn manage them.

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

 

 

The days of the week in English:

 

 

Monday

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It comes from the Latin dies lunae which means “Moon’s Day”.

 

 

Tuesday

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It means “Tiw’s Day”, name based on Týr, a god from Norse mythology.

 

 

Wednesday

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Name is taken from the Old English Wōdnesdæg, which means the day of Odin.

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Thursday

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This day’s name comes from the name of the Norse god Thor, meaning “Thor’s day”.

 

 

Friday

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Meaning “day of Frigg”, comes from the name of the old Norse goddess Frigg.

 

 

Saturday

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Named after the planet Saturn, this day’s name means “day of Saturn”.

 

 

Sunday

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The “day of the Sun”, named after our well-known star, the Sun.

 

As you can see, there are 7 days of the week, but they can be divided into two categories: weekdays and weekend. There are 5 weekdays: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday; while Saturday and Sunday are part of the weekend.


There are also abbreviations, here they are!

Mon. (Monday) / Tue. (Tuesday) / Wed. (Wednesday)Thu. (Thursday) / Fri. (Friday) / Sat. (Saturday)Sun. (Sunday)

Plural forms of the days of the week

The plurals of the days’ name are formed by adding an “s” at the kết thúc of the word, lượt thích this: