Ok, I know! This tip is not going to help you save time (nor money) now but it would have saved you time once upon a time, when you were still at infant school and had to learn how many days there are in which month!
Hubby (who is Scottish!) and I cannot agree on which system, British or French, is the best at teaching kids. Of course, I think the French system is so much better as there is nothing to learn and forget.
For you people who live in different countries, I will quickly tell you how British kids have to learn. They have to learn by heart the following:
Thirty days have September, April, June, and November. All the rest have thirty-one, excepting February alone, which has twenty-eight days clear, and twenty-nine in each leap year.
In France, this is how we do it:
So, pretty fool proof, don’t you think?
Do you, like my husband, think that the British system is better than the French one?
Or do you know of another way?
Please, share it with us!