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ESL Calendar Lesson

by www.elcivics.com

Calendars are charts that show the months of the year, the days of the week, and special holidays. Wall calendars hang on the wall, desktop calendars sit on a desk, and wallet calendars are kept in a wallet or purse. Calendars help us schedule events and keep track of days, weeks, and months. In the United States, the first day of the week is Sunday and the last day of the week is Saturday. Saturday and Sunday are called the weekend. Monday through Friday are called weekdays. There are 52 weeks in a year. This lifeskill lesson is designed for beginning ESL students who are just starting to learn English. (5 page lesson)

January 2015 Calendar



February Calendar 2015


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