Twelve bright flashcards to practice reading the names of the months of the year.
These cards do not have illustrations. A picture of snow for ‘January’ doesn’t make sense when teaching English in South America! Instead of pictures, we’ve highlighted the corresponding number of the month. For example, January – 1, February – 2, March – 3, and so on.
That said, if you print the large or medium-sized sets, there is a little space around the word to allow students to add small drawings of a holidays or special event. This means you can keep the cues locally relevant, depending on where in the world you are teaching 🙂
A note about the word cards: The Months of the Year word cards print in a small size set only. They are black and white (not colour) and use an outline font (not solid black lettering). Also, the numbers and names of the months appear in separate squares in this set. Choose the Months of the Year word card set if you want to play the Memory game or allow younger students to colour in the words.
Set of 12 Cards: