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  Days of the Week
Write the name of each day.
Name
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    Monday Tuesday
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 Wednesday Thursday
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  Present Practice
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• Read aloud the title. Explain that children will be using what they’ve learned to write the names of the days of the week.
• Read the directions as children follow along.
• Ask children to look at the names of the days of the week on both pages. Point out that each day of the week begins with an uppercase letter. Also, point out that each name ends with the word day.
• Read the names aloud as children point to each one before they begin writing. Read aloud the sentence at the bottom of the right-hand page.
• Have children take their pencils and hold them in the air, showing you the correct three-finger grip. Remind them that they should be sitting up straight with their arms resting on their desks and their feet flat on the floor.
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