Math 2 Lesson: Day, Month
1.1. Knowledge to remember
– Read the names of the days of the month
– How to view the calendar and read information about the day, day, and month on a monthly calendar.
1.2. Math forms
Form 1: Determine how many days a given month has?
I look at the given monthly calendar and check the last day of the month, that is the number of days of that month.
Form 2: Determine what day and month are given in the monthly calendar.
Step 1: Open the calendar according to the given month and year.
Step 2: Find the given date and line up the th column.
From there, I found something that corresponds to the given day and month.
Form 3: From the given day, day, month, determine the day and month of the things in the previous or next week.
– 1 week = 7 days
– Method 1: You can find the day, date, and month of this format by looking at the calendar.
– Method 2: From the given day, day, month, to find the day, month, the same thing but of the next or previous week, you increase or decrease 7 days.
1.3. Solving Textbook Exercises page 79
Read, write (according to the form):
– Read or write the day and month on the board.
a) State the missing days in the December calendar:
December has 31 days
b) See the calendar above and then tell”
– What day is December 22? What day is December 25?
– How many Sundays are there in December? What days are those?
– This week, Friday is December 19. Next week, what day is Friday?
a) Count down the numbers from 1 to 31, count from Monday to Sunday, and then write the missing numbers on the board.
b) View the information on the calendar and then answer the questions.
– December 22 is a Monday, December 25 is a Thursday.
– In December there are 4 Sundays, that is 7, 14, 21, 28.
– This week Friday is December 19. Next week, Friday is December 26.
1.4. Solving Textbook Exercises page 80
List the missing days in the January calendar:
January has 31 days.
Count forward from 1 to 31, starting from Thursday and then fill in the missing numbers in the table.
Here is the April calendar:
April has 30 days.
See the calendar and let us know
– What are the Fridays in April?
– This Tuesday is April 20. What was the date of last Tuesday? What day is next Tuesday?
– What day is April 30?
– Observe the given calendar month sheet, determine the dates in the column “Friday”
– Locate April 20 on the calendar and then find the date of the previous Tuesday (cell in the same column, immediately above).
Next Tuesday find the same.
– Locate April 30th, follow the column to find what day it is?
– Fridays in April are the 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th.
– Last Tuesday is April 13. Next Tuesday is April 27.
– April 30 is a Friday.
1.5. Solving Textbook Exercises page 81
Which clock corresponds to each of the following sentences?
a) I water the plants at 5 pm.
b) I’m studying at school at 8 am
c) My whole family eats at 6 pm
d) I go to bed at 9 pm.
– Read the given sentences and see 4 clock time.
– Match the sentences with the appropriate clock.
– Clock A corresponds to sentence b
– Clock B corresponds to sentence d
– Clock C corresponds to sentence c
– Clock D corresponds to sentence a.
a) State the missing days in the calendar:
May has 31 days.
b) Look at the calendar above and say:
– What day is May 1st?
– What are the Saturdays in May?
– This Wednesday is May 12. What day was last Wednesday? What day is next Wednesday?
a) Count down the numbers from 1 to 31, starting from Saturday and then fill in the missing numbers in the blanks.
b) View the calendar and then answer the questions.
– The second row fills in the blanks: 3, 4, 9 respectively.
– The third row fills in the blank cells: 10, 13, 14, 15 respectively.
– The fourth row fills in the blanks respectively: 18, 19, 20, 21
– The fifth row fills in the blanks: 24, 25, 28, 29, respectively.
– May 1 is a Saturday.
– Saturdays in May are the 8th, 15th, 22nd, and 29th.
– Last Tuesday is May 4th, next Tuesday is May 18th.
Turn the hand on the watch so that the clock shows:
8 a.m; 2 pm; 9 pm
20 hours; 21 o’clock; 14 hours.
Turn the long hand to point 12, the short hand to point to any number will read that time.
8 a.m. and 20 o’clock: short hand at index 8, long hand at index 12
2 p.m. or 2 p.m.: short hand index 2, long hand index 12.
9 p.m. or 9 p.m.: short hand index 9, long hand index 12.