Have you taught your children the names of the days of the week in English? It is imperative for every young child to know the days of the week to help them understand time, the calendar and the order of events. Your kindergarten child’s teacher may have taught about the week’s topic in their classroom. To learn thoroughly, he needs practice in different ways. So, here we have provided different worksheets with attractive designs and fun activities that your kids will love to practice. If children practice the days of the week worksheets thoroughly, they will easily understand words like yesterday, tomorrow, today, last week, next week etc. Here are the worksheets.
Free Printable Days of the Week Worksheets for Kindergarten:
1. Learning Days of the Week Worksheets:
In learning the names of the days of the week, the child must first practice reading and writing. Here is Worksheet 1 where he can learn 7 day names by reading, tracing and writing.
Then he should remember the order of the week. This worksheet 2 can also be used to check and teach children’s understanding. Here he should write the numbers 1 to 7 on the sun to order the days of the week, the first day being number 1.
3. Yesterday and Tomorrow:
Next, he must learn what is yesterday, today and tomorrow. For that, we have provided a worksheet with different questions. Example: Today is Tuesday and given blanks for yesterday and tomorrow, the child has to fill in which days yesterday and tomorrow fall.
We were given a worksheet to fill in the missing days. The child has to fill in the missing day according to the order of the week
5. Days of the Week Sorting Activity:
Then explore the days of the week with a fun sorting activity. The student should cut out the days of the week and paste them in the respective box, i.e. weekday or weekend boxes.
6. Word Search Puzzle:
Another fun learning activity to learn the days of the week is a word search puzzle. It helps children improve their concentration, patience and perseverance. It also helps in improving spellings. Here the student has to search the spellings of the names of the 7 days of the week and highlight them like we highlighted the spelling of Sunday in the worksheet.
7. Coloring Days of the Week:
Another fun activity is coloring days to get kids more interested in learning the days of the week. Here we have given the names of 7 days of rainbow in each color. The student should color the rainbow using the key on the worksheet.
A matching game for checking children’s memory and learning skills. Here the student has to draw a line between the day of the week and the matching order number.
9. Sequencing Activity:
Another fun activity for learning the days of the week is a caterpillar themed sequencing activity. Here the student has to cut out the days of the week and paste them in order in the caterpillar puzzle.
These worksheets help 3 to 4 year old students learn and practice the days of the week. Apart from worksheets, you can add some physical gaming activities and reading activities for your children to practice the names of the days of the week. And using songs in practice is also a good idea in learning. This way of learning is also enjoyable for children. It improves students’ listening and pronunciation skills.
Hope these worksheets help you learn the days of the week with names. Remember to share this article with your friends.