When Sorting Activity


Save Resource

To save a resource you must first Join or Log In.

When Sorting Activity - when, sorting, sort, games, activities
Ratings & Reviews
Suggest a Change
Log in Join
  • Lovely resource. I'll use this as a paired activity to get children using the vocabulary: morning, afternoon, evening, as well as hopefully 'earlier', and 'later' too.Thanks Twinkl!

    , Jan 15th
    • Good afternoon Matteacherellis,
      You're very welcome, glad we could help! :)

      , Jan 15th
  • teaching deaf children

    , Mar 6th
  • Will be using this resource as part of a teacher led activity with 2 groups to look at the language used when talking about the different times of day and what happens before after etc. This has saved me a lot of time, thank you.

    , Nov 2nd
  • Very good timeof day activity

    , Sep 22nd
  • Using this resource for my autistic student :) Excellent resource !!!!!

    , Aug 10th
  • SEN interventions

    , Mar 17th
A ‘when’ sorting activity to support the use and understanding of the question word ‘when’. This activity can also be used to support the vocabulary used within daily routines with reference to morning, afternoon, evening and night. The activity cards are to be cut up and then stuck onto the appropriate time of day (morning / afternoon/ evening/ night). The adult can support the child in the understanding of ‘when’ by asking the questions on the cards e.g., ‘When do you eat breakfast?’ As the child becomes more familiar with the activity, the adult can support them in asking questions using ‘when’. This game will be useful for speech and language therapists, teachers and parents.
This resource is available in Standard.
  • Homepage » Age 5 - 7 » English » Words and Vocab » Question Words
  • Homepage » Age 0 - 5 » Communication and Language and Literacy » Words and Vocab » Question Words
  • Homepage » Special Ed » Communication and Interaction » Speech, Language and Communication Needs » Language » Question Words » When
  • If you have a suggestion for a new resource, let us know and we'll add it to our bank of ideas. If you'd like to see another version of this resource, improvements, tweaks or corrections, simply fill in the form below.

    Please try to be as specific as you can!