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Daily Routines
A worksheets to practice the present simple tense with daily routines and time.
Level: elementary
Age: 11-17
Downloads: 4221

 
DAILY ROUTINE-GUIDED WRITING
Ss write the times and draw the clock-hands so they get a simple text about their daily routines. A similar B&W worksheet is here: http://www.eslprinta bles.com/printable.a sp?id=192414#thetop You can use it with Project 1 (Oxford UP)
Level: elementary
Age: 7-17
Downloads: 3545

 
DAILY ROUTINES - EXERCISES (PRESENT SIMPLE)
This is the second part of a set of three worksheets on daily routines. Students have to match the expressions in the boxes with the right pictures. Then looking at the pictures they have to complete the blank spaces with one of the verbs in the list in the present simple tense. I hope you like it and find it useful. Have a nice evening/day.
Level: elementary
Age: 11-14
Downloads: 2493

 
Written Test
This is a written test with reading comprehension exercises about daily routine. Students must aplly also frequency adverbs, present simple, personal pronouns (object) and write a composition about the main topic.
Level: elementary
Age: 10-12
Downloads: 2250

 
"My daily routine" - The 1st 45-minute-lesson (of 2) -- Reading leading to writing for Elementary and Lower intermediate st.
Itīs been quite some time since I last uploaded a worksheet on this Reading + Writing series. This is the first of 2 lessons on the topic Daily Routines(2 PAGES with 4 different exercises). Reading tasks: After speculating about the text they are going to read (images, key words, parts of the speech, ...), students scan the text to find information...
Level: elementary
Age: 9-12
Downloads: 1969

 
Everyday Life
A worksheet to practise present simple tense (affirmative and question forms) with time and daily routines.
Level: elementary
Age: 9-17
Downloads: 1724

 
Daily Routines
A worksheets to practice the present simple tense with daily routines and time.
Level: elementary
Age: 11-17
Downloads: 1696

 
daily activities
Pictionary + matching exercise
Level: elementary
Age: 10-12
Downloads: 1612

 
 

A day in the life of...

 
1 - Read the text and write the verbs in the correct form.
 
 

 
Hi! My name is Lucy. This is my daily routine on weekdays.
 
I  (get up) at half past seven and I  (have) breakfast with my parents and my younger sister Paula. I  (like) cereals but my sister  (like) bacon and eggs. My parents  (eat) coffee and toast.
We  (go) to school by bus, but my father  (go) by train. My mother  (work) at home, she  (be) a journalist.
We  (have) lunch at school, because in the afternoons we  (do) activities: I  (sing) in the choir and  (play) basketball, my sister  (go) to art class and  (play) badmington.
After school we  (go) home and my mother  (help) us with the homework. We also  (help) at home, I  (clean) the rooms and my sister  (wash) the dishes.
In the evenings we  (watch) TV,  (play) games and  (talk) about our day. My sister and I  (go) to bed at nine o'clock.
 
On weekends we  (get up) later, around nine o'clock. We  (play) outdoors games, in the park or our garden. Then we  (visit) our grandmother, I  (like) her very much! She  (make) us cakes and we  (play) all afternoon with our cousins. It's great fun!
 
 
2 - Choose the correct answer.
 
On weekdays, Lucy gets up at...
seven o'clock.
eight o'clock.
half past seven.
 
She likes to eat...
bacon and eggs.
cereals.
coffee and toast.
 
She goes to school...
by car
by train.
by bus.
 
She has lunch...
at school.
at home.
at a restaurant.
 
In the afternoons, Lucy...
has lessons.
plays football and reads.
plays basketball and sings in the choir.
 
Her sister...
has music lessons.
plays tennis.
plays badmington.
 
Lucy and her sister do the homework...
alone.
with their father.
with their mother.
 
In the evenings they...
watch TV.
go out.
listen to music.
 
In the weekens, Lucy and her family...
go out for dinner.
visit friends.
visit the grandmother.
 
Grandmother likes to...
play with them.
make them cakes.
watch TV.
 
 
 

 

       

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