Language for Little Learners


Calendar for the Month of June in French

June 04, 2010 By: Yvonne Crawford Category: Uncategorized

Here is a calendar for the month of June in French. You can print this out and hang it on your fridge. Maybe you can put your kids ‘things to do’ on it, so they can see the days of the week and become more familiar with them! Enjoy!

4 Comments to “Calendar for the Month of June in French”

  1. Bridgett says:

    Thanks. In school they taught us that the french calander was turned around. Is it used both ways now? Or is that just what my teacher thought?

  2. Yvonne Crawford says:

    What do you mean turned around? I know they usually begin their week on Monday instead of a Sunday. I stayed with Sunday for simplicity for children. But, you can do it however, you choose.

  3. Bridgett says:

    I think it was that the days of the week went down the side or something like that. We only went over it in French 1 which was so long ago and all fuzzy. 🙂 I tried to search it and couldn't find anything so maybe I made it up or my teacher did. LoL.

  4. Yvonne Crawford says:

    I've seen calendars like that. But, I don't remember where??? I'll see if I can find something too. I'm sure you didn't make it up. 🙂 It could be a regional thing too.


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