This section is all about dates. There are 30 Dates worksheets posted here so take your time looking through them before deciding which one(s) might be best for your class. This worksheet was made for elementary learners and contains a variety of exercises. First, students have to write out dates. In the second section, students read a short paragraph and then match dates with the events in the story. The final two sections are group activities where students discuss dates that hold personal significance for them. Included in the worksheet is the answer key so simply download and print this worksheet for use in your classroom. It could not be any easier. Do not forget to look at other worksheets and the article called “How To Teach Days Of The Week” which can give you even more ideas. Students often have trouble reading or saying dates correctly; besides practicing dates when you discuss this topic in class, give students the chance to practice them throughout the course too.
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