Emma and Egor-Print at Home-What Day is it?-DAYS Flashcards

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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday it's easy to learn to sign the days of the week when using these bright and vibrant flashcards. They are easy to read, teach and share.

Sing and Sign along with the verse:

Monday's child is fair of face/ Tuesday's child is full of grace/Wednesday's child is full of woe/ Thursday's child has far to go/Friday's child is loving and giving/ Saturday's child works hard for his living/And the child that is born on the Sabbath day/Is bonny and blithe, and good and gay.

Children love this poem!

The free downloadable .zip file contains 14 4" X 6" graphics.

You can print them on photo paper at home or send them off to your favorite photo printer. Laminate them back to back to create wipe-able, almost indestructible flashcards.

The Days of the Week are a subset of What Days is It?, Emma and Egor Learn about the Calendar and Days of the Week Flashcards.


The What Day is It? flashcards have the sign depicting the word on one side and a detailed description of the proper way to sign the word on the other side of the card. This format is easy to learn and use. The teacher is able to hold the picture of the character using the sign in front of her/him making it easy for the children to see. The teacher then says the word and can confidently sign it by reading the short but detailed description on the back of the card.

What Day is It? Flashcards  are available in a downloadable, print at home version.

You'll also find additional resources to teach your children about the calendar such as:

The Calendar Poster

The Calendar Poster leverages and reinforces what children have learned through the books; Emma and Egor Learn Numbers 123, What Day is It? and What is the Weather Like Today? 
The calendar activity can be used every day at “calendar” time, whether in the classroom or at home.  We suggest that you begin with the numbers for the dates on the calendar and progress to the signed numbers once you are familiar with the signs. You can set up the full calendar or if you prefer, you can add the numbers each day.
The Emma and Egor Calendar Poster can be hung on the wall or bulletin board and many classrooms leave the calendar up year round as Calendar Time is practiced every day. All of the sections on the calendar are modifiable except for the days of the week which begins on Sunday and ends on Saturday.
The Book

Emma, Egor and Eli learn to sign about the days of the week and the months of the year.


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