Months of the Year

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Here are twelve flashcards to practice reading the names of the months of the year. These cards use a super bright colour palette that matches the Days of the Week flashcard set.

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 holiday or special event. This means you can keep the cues locally relevant, depending on where in the world you are teaching 🙂

Preview of Small


2 Pages

Preview of Medium


6 Pages

Preview of Large


12 Pages

Months of the Year Word List

  • April
  • August
  • December
  • February
  • January
  • July
  • June
  • March
  • May
  • November
  • October
  • September

18 comments for Months of the Year

  1. 5 out of 5

    Allyson Gretz

    I was so happy to find these cards– color paired with the number of each month makes it easy for kids to learn the order. Thank you!

    • Karen

      Thank you for the feedback 🙂

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    Thank you for these cards, they are great

    • Karen

      You’re welcome!

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    Very easy and useful to use, thanks

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    These cards are awesome. There are simple but at the same time so easy for kinds to understand. I like how the author chose each color according to the month’s weather temperature and the number that correspond to the month in the bottom. Well done.

    • Karen

      I made these cards thinking of the kindergarten students I used to teach in Korea, where the words for months incorporate the number (a literal translation would be Month 1, Month 2…). I’m so glad other teachers are finding these cards useful, too!

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    A very welcome resource for teaching a preschooler at home. Thank you for making it available in the different sizes and with the numeric value.

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    Very good flashcards for my French students learning English in primary school !
    Sadly I don’t know how to download them in order to print them. Can somebody help me with this please ?
    Thank you !

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    thank you.

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    Nice ones

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    Theressa Boddy

    They were great was what I was looking for. Thank you

    • Karen

      You’re welcome!

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    Really useful!

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    So creative , nice, and effective

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    Harry Kane


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    Really useful

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    Lucía Sotto


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    It’s very useful to teach ESL student about month. Thank you

  18. 5 out of 5

    Cecilia Valdiviezo

    Super practical!!

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