Preschoolers and Kindergarteners can read, sing, wear, and play to learn the days of the week. Be patient, time is a tricky concept for children that will take awhile to learn. But, while your little cutie is learning the days of the week, you can have lots of fun. Here’s how.
Wear the Days of the Week
We love our days of the week socks. A little too much. And by that I mean, if a certain young person in my house can’t find her Monday socks on Monday, it’s a crisis that makes us late for school! (So, buy three sets!!)
Thankfully, we don’t have too many underwear panic attacks because there are some cute underwear for days of the week, too — and we don’t have extras.
Sing the Days of the Week
Both my kids practiced the days of the week with Barney’s Days of the Week song to the tune of “Oh My Darlin’ Clementine.”
Read the Days of the Week
Chickens to the Rescue by John Himmelman
Cookie’s Week by Cindy Ward
Can We Play by Mara Van Der Meer
Play the Days of the Week
Make a family days of the week book.
So, have a blast singing, reading, playing, and wearing your days of the week!