In teaching my first grader with the Abeka homeschooling curriculum, we came upon this song in the most recent edition of their arithmetic material. I am not sure if there is a CD with this song available from Abeka, but even if there is, I don’t have it. I do, however, have a fourteen year old, piano-loving son. He was kind enough to play this song for me a few times so I could learn it and sing it with Matthew. I asked him if he would allow me to record it for any other moms out there who might like to learn it, but (like me) can’t play the piano. You can find the music in the back of the homeschool curriculum guide.

Here are the lyrics:

Seven days are in a week, Sunday church with our families.

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday we’re off to school.

Saturday we play with friends, ride our bikes and clean our rooms.

Count the days of which we speak, seven days are in a week.

Thanks, Mitch, for doing me such a great favor!

I don’t usually request that anyone share my blog posts (but I always appreciate it), however, if you could share this one, or the video on YouTube, I would be most grateful. I hope it might be a help to other moms out there.

Thanks for being here!


3 thoughts on ““Seven Days Are in a Week” (Abeka Song)

  1. Carolyn Courtney says:

    Oh, I like that! Mitchell, you did a great job. I am so glad you shared it. Perhaps Matthew will join you and MItchell on the next rendition.
    I love you.


  2. CHERRY says:

    Hi Valerie. I home-schooled my three kids for 10 years. It has been 8 years since I taught the song. Now, I am a new online TESOL teacher to Chinese students. I want to teach the 7 days in a week song but forgot how it goes. Thank you for sharing this video. Thank you Mitchell for playing on the piano, you did a great job!!!


    1. Hi Cherry! Thank you so much for the kind comment! I will pass your compliment on to Mitchell! Glad it was a blessing. 🙂


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