Here is a set of word cards featuring the days of the week, and a few extra words that might come in useful.
Days of the Week
Use our word cards and handwriting worksheets to help children learn the Days of the Week. I'm afraid these are in alphabetical order rather than day order so scroll down to find what you need.
This pdf is 7 pages long, with one page of bookmarks (or labels) for each day of the week. There's a lovely pre-coloured child-friendly design, and then 3 bookmarks that the children can colour in themselves. Of course there is no need to limit these to bookmark use.
Start with our finger tracing worksheet when learning how to write the word "Friday". Just one of our handwriting printables for the days of the week...
The kids will get lots of practice writing the word Friday with this handwriting worksheet. It's a useful way to learn the spelling and improve the handwriting!
Start the week with some finger tracing practice! Chidlren can trace over the letters in Monday until they are confident enough to move on to one of our other handwriting worksheets.
Practice handwriting skills with the help of this printable worksheet fo Monday. Fun for the classroom!
Introduce the children to the word Saturday with this finger tracing worksheet. It's a good way to start!
There's plenty of opportunity to practice writing the word Saturday on this fun handwriting worksheet!
You'll find simple dotted letters for the children to trace over on this worksheet - and a colouring picture for them too.
Finger trace the letters of the word Sunday to make sure your child knows how to form them properly. Why not laminate and use with a dry wipe pen too?
Trace and copy the word Sunday with this handwriting worksheet - just one of a complete set for the days of the week and months of the year.
Thursday comes around once every week - and why not take the opportunity to print out this finger tracing worksheet!
Make sure the kids are confident in writing Thursday - and the other days of the week - with our handwriting worksheets.
Dotted letters and a fun colouring picture will encourage the kids to write Thursday on this worksheet!
One of the best ways to get comfortable writing letters is to start by finger tracing them - and here's Tuesday on this worksheet!
Dotted letters are fun to trace over, especially when there is a colouring picture to tempt you, too!
Help the kids learn how to write and spell the trickiest day of the week - Wednesday - with the help of this finger tracing worksheet.
Wednesday isn't an easy word to write or spell, but we hope this handwriting worksheet will help the kids.