Days of the Week Worksheets To Print:
Word Scramble! - The days are all confused. Clean them up. Unscramble the letters and write the word on the lines.
Read, Write, and Answer - The title, pretty much, says it all. You will associate each name with a picture and mood or tone.
Spelling Practice - The days are all missing a few letters. Finish them off. You may need to use capital letters, at times.
Days and Months - Do not forget to capitalize the Days of the week and months.
Order Up! - Most calendars have Sunday as the first day of the week. Even though we commonly feel it is Monday.
Abbreviations - Take those three letters to the bank. An abbreviation is a word that has been shortened. Can you match
the days of the week with their abbreviations?
Fill Ins - Think up the missing letters and then write the whole word too. A great rote practice activity that holds a great deal of value.
Order Of Days - Again we start with our Monday. We explore the sequence a bit more.
Word Search - Find each day of the week in the puzzle below. Write each day you find on a line.
Correct the Anchor - Write the days of the week, in their correct order. You do this from your memory. Fire away!
Lots of Questions - Some of the questions are from left field or right field. Which ever one is way out there!
Order - Write the correct sequence based of off the starting day that you choose.
Tracing - Trace the words for practice forming letters.
My Favorite - Complete the sentence and share your favorite portion of the week.
Scrambled - Unscramble the letters to spell and capitalize appropriately.
Sequence - Create the correct sequence from each starting point.
Finish It Up - Fill in the missing letters. Capitalize as needed.
Shortened - An abbreviation is a word that has been shortened.
Missing - What is missing in each of these lines.