Daily Routine Worksheets
Download daily routine worksheets and use them in class today. On this page, you can find a collection of PDF worksheets for teaching lessons about daily routines and daily activities in English. All of these daily routine worksheets are absolutely free and can be downloaded as a printable PDF to use in your class. See below for the worksheets currently available, and check the bottom of the page for related resources.
Daily Routine Worksheets
In this daily routine worksheet, students should read the daily routine vocabulary and then connect it to the correct picture. This worksheet is great for kids and beginner ESL students to learn about daily routines in English. TIP: To turn this worksheet into a speaking activity, once students have connected the dots, encourage them to ask their partner what time they do those activities. For example, “What time do you wake up?”.
In this next daily routine worksheet, students should rearrange the words to make the correct daily routine sentences. This worksheet is great for kids and beginner ESL students to practice vocabulary and sentence structure about daily routines and daily activities. This worksheet focuses on sentences such as ‘What time do you (wake up)?’ – ‘I (wake up) at seven o’clock.’
This simple writing worksheet is for beginner students to practice writing the daily routine sentences in English. Students should write each daily routine sentence 3 times.
This daily routine bingo worksheet is an easy a fun activity to practice daily activity expressions. Students should cut out the daily routine pictures and arrange them in a 3×3 bingo grid. Then as the teacher calls out the daily routines (e.g. ‘I wake up at 7 o’clock.) the students can turn over the picture. Once students have 3 in a line they have 1 bingo line. The first student to get 2/3 lines of bingo is the winner.
To complete this daily routine worksheet, students should ask their friends ‘What time do you (have breakfast)?’. Then students should write their friend’s name and the time at which they do those daily activities on the worksheet. The activity finishes once students have filled in all the blank spaces in the table.
This daily routine worksheet asks students to read the question and then write their own answer. The students’ answers should be based on the time that they do those daily activities. For example, ‘I (go to school) at 8 o’clock.’
To complete this daily routine worksheet students should draw hands on the clocks to show the time that they do those things. Then they should write a complete sentence on the lines beneath. To make this into a fun speaking activity, once students have completed the worksheet you can ask them to walk around the class and ask their classmates about their daily routine.
This worksheet is a daily routines board game. Each pair of students needs one board game and an eraser each. To play, students should take turns flicking the eraser up the board. When it lands on a picture the two students should then make a dialogue based on the daily routine in that area. For example, “What time do you get up?” – “I get up at 7 o’clock.” After making a dialogue, the student who flicked the eraser can write his / her name in that area. Then it is the next student’s turn. At the end of the activity, the student with the most areas is the winner.
For more lesson materials for teaching about daily routines and daily activities in English, check out these related resources:
Daily Routine Guessing Game
Daily Routine Flashcards And Board Games
Daily Routine Examples With Pictures
ESL Lesson Plan About Daily Routines