Teaching Resource

Time of Day Colouring Activity

$0.99 or Free on Plus | 1 page (PDF)|Grades: K, F - 2

An informal time of day activity resource.

This teaching resource is a black and white colouring in poster that informally illustrates significant times of day, with spaces to name them.

Times of day include:

  • Night (beginning of day)
  • Dawn
  • Early Morning
  • Late Morning
  • Noon
  • Afternoon
  • Dusk
  • Evening
  • Night (end of day)

This resource can be used as a game to help students use language around time of day. Each time of day has a number. Get an 8 sided dice and get students to tell others what they do at that time of day. For example, if a student rolled an 8, they could say, “In the evening, I brush my teeth before I go to bed.”

This resource can also be used to colour in and cut out and used as a ordering activity.

  NSW Curriculum alignment

  Victorian Curriculum alignment

  Australian Curriculum alignment

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