Lesson Worksheet: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice how to use the words “yesterday,” “today,” and “tomorrow” to describe when events occur.

Q1:

Here are Elizabeth’s weekly activities.

Today, she walked the dog.

What day is it today?

  • AThursday
  • BWednesday
  • CTuesday

What will she do tomorrow?

  • A
  • B
  • C

Q2:

Here are Matthew’s weekly activities.

Today is Sunday.

What activity will he do today?

  • A
  • B
  • C

What day was it yesterday?

  • AFriday
  • BMonday
  • CSaturday

Q3:

Here are Natalie’s weekly activities.

Today is Monday.

What activity will she do tomorrow?

  • A
  • B
  • C

Q4:

Here are Daniel’s weekly activities.

Today is Friday. Which card shows what he did yesterday?

  • A
  • B
  • C

Q5:

Liam said “My birthday was on Sunday which was two days ago. Tomorrow is my sister’s birthday.” What day is Liam’s sister’s birthday?

  • AWednesday
  • BMonday
  • CSaturday
  • DTuesday

Q6:

The table shows the weather conditions this week.

Yesterday, it was cloudy.

What will the weather tomorrow be?

  • AStormy
  • BSunny
  • CRainy

Q7:

The table shows the weather conditions this week.

Yesterday, it was snowy.

What day was it yesterday?

  • ASunday
  • BMonday
  • CTuesday

Today, it is sunny.

What day is it today?

  • ASunday
  • BTuesday
  • CSaturday

Q8:

Charlotte planned to go to the movies with her friend the day after today. What day will it be?

  • AYesterday
  • BTomorrow
  • CToday

Q9:

The table shows the weather conditions this week.

If it is stormy today, what day is it?

  • AThursday
  • BSunday
  • CFriday

If today is Wednesday, what will the weather condition tomorrow be?

  • ARainy
  • BSunny
  • CCloudy

Q10:

Which day comes before tomorrow?

  • AYesterday
  • BToday
  • CTomorrow

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