Concept of Time

We will learn the concept of time.

The sun shines during the day. There is light everywhere. We can see everything around us.


When there is no sun shine, it is night time. Everything is dark in the night and the stars twinkle. We sleep at night.


Day and Night:

Day and Night

Parts of the Day:

Everyday, we wake up in the morning, we eat breakfast, get dressed and go to school, we play with our friends in the evening and we sleep in the night.

Morning, evening and night are called parts of the day.

Circle the correct answer to show which part of the day does this activity.

Good Morning

Morning / Evening / Night

Morning / Evening / Night

Good Night

Morning / Evening / Night

Morning / Evening / Night


Some activities take longer time to complete than some other activities. Taking a bath takes more time than to brush teeth. Going to school takes more time than to take a bath.

The following pictures show different activities of a child in a day. Number the pictures in order from 1 to 4 according to the time taken by each activity.

Pictures in Order

Days of the Week:

Once, there was a penguin who could speak. 

He knew all the days of the week.

He played games and sang with James calling all weekday names.








Questions and Answers on Concept of Time:

1. Which day comes next? Circle the correct option.

Which Day Comes Next?

2. Circle the correct day to complete the sequence.

(i) (Wednesday / Sunday), Monday, Tuesday

(ii) Wednesday, (Saturday / Thursday), Friday

(iii) Friday, (Monday / Saturday), Sunday

(iv) Monday (Thursday / Tuesday), Wednesday

3. Write T for true and F for false:

(i) We play in the night.

(ii) We have dinner at night.

(iii) We go to bed in the morning.

(iv) We go to school in the morning.

4. Fill in the blanks:

(i) There are .............. days in a week.

(ii) .............. is the first day of this week.

(iii) .............. twinkles at night.

(iv) .............. shines during the day.

5. Look at this pictures and arrange them in a sequence by numbering from 1 to 4.

Time Sequence

6. Starting from Monday arrange the days of the week by numbering from 1 to 7.

Arrange the Days of the Week

7. Tick the activity in each set which takes longer time than the other.

Which Takes Longer Time

8.. Fill in the blanks:

(i) First day of the week is ………………

(ii) Tuesday comes after ………………

(iii) The last day of the week is ………………

(iv) Wednesday is between ……………… and ………………

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