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More Likely Time

In this worksheet, students must choose the more likely time for a given event to happen.

'More Likely Time' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:  Measurement

Curriculum subtopic:  Sequence Events

Difficulty level:  

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Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

The sun rises in the morning.

Which time is more likely, 7:00 or 11:00?

7 a.m. is more likely.

 

We normally get out of bed in the morning.

Which time is more likely, 8:00 or 11:00?

8 a.m. is more likely unless we are really sleepy.

 

School finishes in the afternoon.

Which time is more likely, 4:00 or 11:00?

4 o'clock is more likely.

 

We go to bed in the evening or at night.

Which time is more likely, 8:00 or 1:00?

8 o'clock is more likely.

 

Choose the more likely time for:

 

having breakfast

8:00

1:00

Choose the more likely time for:

 

having afternoon tea

4:00

8:00

Choose the more likely time for:

 

the stars to come out on a clear night

4:00

11:00

Choose the more likely time for:

 

washing your hands before lunch

4:00

1:00

Choose the more likely time for:

 

having morning break at school

11:00

1:00

Choose the more likely time for:

 

having an afternoon PE lesson at school

11:00

3:00

Choose the more likely time for:

 

going to bed

9:00

3:00

Choose the more likely time for:

 

the end of the school day

9:00

4:00

Choose the more likely time for:

 

catching the early morning bus

7:00

12:00

Choose the more likely time for:

 

watching the late news on television

7:00

10:00

  • Question 1

Choose the more likely time for:

 

having breakfast

CORRECT ANSWER
8:00
EDDIE SAYS
We usually have breakfast in the morning and 8 o'clock is more likely than 1 o'clock.
  • Question 2

Choose the more likely time for:

 

having afternoon tea

CORRECT ANSWER
4:00
EDDIE SAYS
We usually have tea in the afternoon at about 4 o'clock which is more likely than 8 o'clock.
  • Question 3

Choose the more likely time for:

 

the stars to come out on a clear night

CORRECT ANSWER
11:00
EDDIE SAYS
The stars should be out by 11 o'clock at night.
  • Question 4

Choose the more likely time for:

 

washing your hands before lunch

CORRECT ANSWER
1:00
EDDIE SAYS
Lunch is more likely to be at 1 o'clock.
  • Question 5

Choose the more likely time for:

 

having morning break at school

CORRECT ANSWER
11:00
EDDIE SAYS
Having a morning break is more likely to be at 11 o'clock. 1 o'clock is not in the morning.
  • Question 6

Choose the more likely time for:

 

having an afternoon PE lesson at school

CORRECT ANSWER
3:00
EDDIE SAYS
An afternoon PE lesson is more likely to be at 3 o'clock in the afternoon.
  • Question 7

Choose the more likely time for:

 

going to bed

CORRECT ANSWER
9:00
EDDIE SAYS
Going to bed at 9 o'clock is better than at 3 o'clock.
  • Question 8

Choose the more likely time for:

 

the end of the school day

CORRECT ANSWER
4:00
EDDIE SAYS
The school day might finish at 4 o'clock but not at 9 o'clock.
  • Question 9

Choose the more likely time for:

 

catching the early morning bus

CORRECT ANSWER
7:00
EDDIE SAYS
12 o'clock is not early morning but 7 o'clock is.
  • Question 10

Choose the more likely time for:

 

watching the late news on television

CORRECT ANSWER
10:00
EDDIE SAYS
10 o'clock is quite late at night.
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