Check out these awesome Free Cut and Paste Days of the Week Worksheets! These preschool worksheets focus on all 7 days of the week. Learn about Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday! Have fun building fine motor skills through tracing, cut & paste, and coloring! Be sure to talk about the activities you do during the week vs. during the weekend.
Days of the Week Printables
These Days of the Week Worksheets build fine motor skills through tracing, coloring, and cut &paste. Trace the days of the week letters at the top of the page, then color in the pictures. Be sure to name each picture. Finally, cut out the letters at the bottom of the page and paste each letter to its same partner. Encourage your little ones to take their time completing the sheets. Be sure to sound out each latter as you paste it to its partner.
Be sure to talk with your little ones about the days of the week. Is there a special day everyone heads to learn about music? On which day do you attend church? On which day do you play a soccer game? What is your favorite day of the week? Is there anything special that you do on the weekend?
This worksheet pack also includes a Weekend Coloring Sheet and Days of the Week Number Tracing Sheet. The weekend coloring sheet is an activity where you draw your favorite thing to do on the weekend. Be sure to have everyone share their drawing with the class!
Learning Days of the Week for Preschool!
These Days of the Week Worksheets for Preschool are great for practicing letter recognition. Say the names of the letter aloud as you match each one to its same partner. The cut and paste activity is great for building fine motor skills. Tracing the letters in each word is great for building hand strength and muscle memory.
Days of the Week Printable Chart
This Days of the Week Printable Chart is great to hang on the wall at home or in the classroom. Print the chart onto cardstock paper, then laminate. Cut out the colored days of the week rectangles and place velcro rounds onto the back of each piece and its corresponding rectangle on the opposite page. Place the correct days under “yesterday was…”, “today is…”, and “tomorrow will be…”
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Days of the Week Books for Preschool
One fun way to learn about the days of the week is through reading! Check out these two great books that will get your little ones talking about the weekend! Read “Saturday” and “A Weekend with Wendell”. What is your favorite thing to do on the weekend?
We hope you enjoyed these Free Cut and Paste Days of the Week Worksheets! Be sure to check out Camping Themed Worksheets to build vocabulary and fine motor skills! See our entire library of Free Themed Worksheet Packs!