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Grade 3 - Mathematics
7.6 Calendar Facts

Calendar year has 12 months: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December.

Here the sample calendar for the month of January, February and March:

Example:
What month comes after January?
Answer: February


Directions: Answer the following questions. Also write the names of the calender month and at least ten examples of your own.
Q 1: Which month does winter begin in?
January
June
December
May

Q 2: The day of the week before Sunday is
Saturday
Friday
Monday
Tuesday

Q 3: The day of the week after Wednesday is
Tuesday
Sunday
Monday
Thursday

Q 4: What month comes before April?
June
March
May
October

Q 5: Christmas occurs in this month
December
August
June
November

Q 6: How many months are in a year?
12
4
7
5

Q 7: The two days that are called the weekend are
Wednesday and Monday
Saturday and Sunday
Sunday and Monday
Monday and Tuesday

Q 8: The season of Fall begins in which month?
March
September
December
June

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