KS1 Maths Quiz
Do you know the 7 days of the week and their order?

# Year 1 Time - Days of the Week

This quiz addresses the requirements of the National Curriculum KS1 Maths and Numeracy for children aged 5 and 6 in year 1. Specifically this quiz is aimed at the section dealing with knowing the days of the week.

In Year 1 children should come to know the days of the week in their proper order. They should begin to learn which days come before and after a given day and may even recognise events which may happen on certain days. They should also know that each of the days of the week begin with capital letters.

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1. Question 1

Which days are missing?
Monday, _______, Wednesday, Thursday, ______, Saturday, Sunday
Tuesday and Friday are the two days not in the list
2. Question 2

Today is Friday. What day was it yesterday?
If today is Friday, yesterday was Thursday
3. Question 3

Today is Monday. What day will it be 4 days from now?
Friday comes 4 days after Monday
4. Question 4

Which day comes before Thursday?
Wednesday comes before Thursday
5. Question 5

Which statement is true?
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday are the 7 days of the week
6. Question 6

Today is Thursday. What was the day before yesterday?
Yesterday was Wednesday, the day before that was Tuesday
7. Question 7

Today is Saturday. What day will it be the day after tomorrow?
If today is Saturday, tomorrow will be Sunday and the day after that will be Monday
8. Question 8

Today is Tuesday. What day will it be tomorrow?
The day after Tuesday is Wednesday
9. Question 9

Which day comes next?
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, ______?
Sunday comes after Saturday
10. Question 10

Which day comes before Saturday?
Friday is the day before Saturday

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