Days of the Week Cut and Stick Activity Sheet

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Days of the Week Cut and Stick Worksheet
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  • Continuous provision area.

    , May 1st
    • Hi fozzie1,
      Thanks for your comment :) If there's anything we could do to make this resource even better, please let us know!

      , May 1st
  • good

    , Mar 21st
  • Learning the days of the week

    , Feb 24th
  • Why do many resources start their days of the week with Sunday? I always teach the first day of the week is Monday!

    , Sep 27th
    • In this party of the world the working week starts on Sunday so I am glad!...

      , Dec 29th
    • Hey Joyceyb,

      Underneath the download button you can see the "Starting Monday Version" too (Just in case you were looking for it)! :)

      , Mar 22nd
  • learning days of the week

    , Sep 15th
  • Great for using as a days of the week activity.

    , Aug 5th
  • to reinforce days of the week knowledge

    , Jun 16th
    • Hi MissLisaB,
      Thank you for sharing! Hope this helps. :)

      , Jun 16th
  • days of the week numeracy

    , Jun 7th
    • HI nicolajgregg, thank you for commenting. :)

      , Jun 7th
  • learning days of the week

    , May 19th
  • Scissors skills, reading days of week.

    , Mar 2nd
  • To record and reinforce having learned the days of the week and scissor skills.

    , Mar 2nd
  • I am using this to introduce day order to the children - it is a great resource but could it be done as a circle to show how the week just keeps going on.

    , Nov 5th
    • That's a brilliant idea! Twinkl people I trust you have taken note?

      , Oct 6th
    • Hi Rubies2015,
      I'll see what we can do for you! Thanks for commenting :)

      , Oct 6th
  • Hi PrincessLaLa, thank you for your comment. I have passed your request on to our resource team to see what they can do. :)

    , May 20th
  • Please could this be done with the week starting on Monday?

    , May 20th
    • exactly my thoughts! why does it start on sunday??

      , Jan 19th
    • Because Sunday is the first day of the week.

      , Mar 1st
    • Hi there all, thanks for your comments, we now have a "starting on monday" version. :)

      , Aug 17th
This handy cut and stick worksheet gives your children the opportunity to cut out different days of the week and stick them in order onto the sheet to show how much they've learned about this topic.
This resource is available in Standard, Starting Monday, Editable, Precursive and Cursive.
  • Homepage » USA » Common Core » English Language Arts » Grade 1 » Language » Comprehension and Collaboration » (L.1.2) Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing. » (L.1.2.A) Capitalize dates and names of people.
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    • Twinkl updated the Main Version on Aug 16th
    • Twinkl added Precursive Version on Jul 11th
    • Twinkl added Editable Version on Jan 18th
    • Twinkl added Cursive Version on Oct 21st
    • Twinkl added Starting Monday Version on May 27th
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