What is a Month?
In math, a month can be defined as a unit of time, used in calendars, which is 30 or 31 days long.
A year has 12 months, namely – January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, and December.
- The number of days in a month vary from 30 to 31.
- There are 4 to 5 weeks in a month.
1. The moon takes about a month to complete one revolution around the Earth.
2. The names of the months come from the ancient Romans.
Twelve months of a year! Thirty days in November, And in April, June, and September! All the rest months have thirty-one! Don’t be in a hurry! You’re not done! Like the month February, there is none!
Let’s do it!
You can ask your child to mark birthdays of family members and friends, and holidays on a calendar. Begin by modeling it for them.