Days of the week always begin with a capital letter. In this post, I will be sharing a printable booklet and 12 worksheets that will help kids learn the days of the week. All days are proper nouns.
With this booklet, the kids will learn to recognize, write, spell, and put all the days of the week in order.
The best part about this booklet is that you do not have to cut or staple anything. Only 2 sheets have been used with printing on both sides.
Everything is numbered for your convenience. If you are looking for proper nouns worksheets, please go here.
On page 2, we color, trace, and write the first and the second day of the week which is Sunday and Monday. The first day of the week varies across countries and cultures. In the US, Sunday is considered the first day of the week and I have stuck with that.
On page 2, you will find an instruction on top which says ‘Print on the reverse of 8 and 1.’ You just have to be careful while printing it and you will get the perfect booklet.
On page 3, We color, trace, and write Tuesday and Wednesday which is the third and fourth day of the week.
The next pages 4 and 5 are printed on the reverse of pages 6 and 3. Here we color, trace and write Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Each day of the week in the booklet ends with a sentence which the child has to complete. It will help the child know the order of the seven days of the week.
On page 6, we have a fill in the blanks exercise where the child’s understanding of the order of the days of the week will be tested. Always remind the child that days of the week begin with a capital letter.
On page 7, the children will write the days of the week in order. This booklet is sufficient to practice writing and understanding the days of the week. It is a zero prep resource.
How I structure it is that we do one page each day from Monday through Friday. On day 5, the booklet will be complete.
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