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Morning, Afternoon, Evening and Night

In this worksheet, students must decide whether the given event is most likely to occur in the morning, in the afternoon, in the evening or at night.

'Morning, Afternoon, Evening and Night' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Measurement

Curriculum subtopic:   Sequence Events

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

The sun rises in the morning.

We normally get out of bed in the morning.

School finishes in the afternoon.

We go to bed in the evening or at night.

 

classroom   child sleeping

Choose the most likely time for:

 

having breakfast

 

pancakes with blueberries

in the morning

in the afternoon

in the evening

at night

Choose the most likely time for:

 

having afternoon tea

cup of tea

in the morning

in the afternoon

in the evening

at night

Choose the most likely time for:

 

the stars to come out

Night sky

in the morning

in the afternoon

in the evening

at night

Choose the most likely time for:

 

the sun to rise

Sunrise with cyclist

in the morning

in the afternoon

in the evening

at night

Choose the most likely time for:

 

the sun to set

sunset

in the morning

in the afternoon

in the evening

at night

Choose the most likely time for:

 

the 6 p.m. news on television

television

in the morning

in the afternoon

in the evening

at night

Choose the most likely time for:

 

the 10 p.m. news on television

television

in the morning

in the afternoon

in the evening

at night

Choose the most likely time for:

 

the 10 a.m. news on television

television

in the morning

in the afternoon

in the evening

at night

Choose the most likely time for:

 

the 3.30 p.m. bell for the end of school

school

in the morning

in the afternoon

in the evening

at night

Choose the most likely time for:

 

being fast asleep

night sky

in the morning

in the afternoon

in the evening

at night

  • Question 1

Choose the most likely time for:

 

having breakfast

 

pancakes with blueberries

CORRECT ANSWER
in the morning
EDDIE SAYS
We usually have breakfast in the morning.
  • Question 2

Choose the most likely time for:

 

having afternoon tea

cup of tea

CORRECT ANSWER
in the afternoon
EDDIE SAYS
We usually have afternoon tea in the afternoon!
  • Question 3

Choose the most likely time for:

 

the stars to come out

Night sky

CORRECT ANSWER
at night
EDDIE SAYS
The stars can be seen best at night.
  • Question 4

Choose the most likely time for:

 

the sun to rise

Sunrise with cyclist

CORRECT ANSWER
in the morning
EDDIE SAYS
The sun rises in the morning.
  • Question 5

Choose the most likely time for:

 

the sun to set

sunset

CORRECT ANSWER
in the evening
EDDIE SAYS
The sun sets in the evening.
  • Question 6

Choose the most likely time for:

 

the 6 p.m. news on television

television

CORRECT ANSWER
in the evening
EDDIE SAYS
This is in the evening.
  • Question 7

Choose the most likely time for:

 

the 10 p.m. news on television

television

CORRECT ANSWER
at night
EDDIE SAYS
This is at night.
  • Question 8

Choose the most likely time for:

 

the 10 a.m. news on television

television

CORRECT ANSWER
in the morning
EDDIE SAYS
This is in the morning.
  • Question 9

Choose the most likely time for:

 

the 3.30 p.m. bell for the end of school

school

CORRECT ANSWER
in the afternoon
EDDIE SAYS
This is in the afternoon.
  • Question 10

Choose the most likely time for:

 

being fast asleep

night sky

CORRECT ANSWER
at night
EDDIE SAYS
We are usually fast asleep at night.
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