Alphabetize and unscramble the days of the week.

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Let's Think About the Days of the Week

Students will unscramble the names of the days of the week and print them on the line. Next, they will alphabetize the days of the week and answer questions to reinforce their knowledge of the order in which days fall. As an added bonus and brainstorming exercise, students will use the letters in Thursday to make as many words as they can. This worksheet includes an answer key.

Grade recommendation: 2   •   Common Core State Standards Alignment: RF.2.3, L.2.2

Skills: alphabetizing | spelling | capitalization | recognizing the days of the week

Item 3529 | 1 page | Publisher: T. Smith Publishing ©2012 | by Tracey Smith

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