Print and paste these scenarios on index cards. Do not include the time, however. The time is included above their corresponding scenario on these pages only to act as a master for the teacher. Write “Monday” or “Tuesday” on the other side of the index card. Each group of students will need a set of Monday and Tuesday cards, in addition to Clock cards.
BRRRRING! Your alarm goes off at 7:15AM. You change clothes and within 15 minutes you eat breakfast. You eat cereal with low-fat milk and drink 100% orange juice. You feel full, awake, and energized!
You get to school at 9:00AM. About 30 minutes later you are learning something new in math class. You pay attention to your teacher and concentrate very hard. At the end of class, you understand how to do the new math problems. You are proud of yourself.
It is 10:40 AM. Art class is over. While you are putting your art supplies away, your friend comes up to you. He invites you to come over to his house this weekend for a sleepover party. You are very excited!
The bell for lunch rings everyday at noon. You are feeling a little hungry! You go to lunch and eat a turkey sandwich, applesauce, carrots and a brownie. You drink water with your lunch. You have lots of energy!
You get home from school at 3:30PM. About 45 minutes later you are outside playing. You run and ride your bike with your friends.
You are finished with dinner at 7:00PM. For the next ten minutes you do the dishes. Then, you start your math homework. Your homework is easy because you paid attention in class. You finish it quickly and feel like you did a great job.
Your alarm did not go off this morning! You wake up and rush to get to school. You are hungry, but you decide to skip breakfast because you have to get to school.
During math class, your stomach is growling because you are so hungry. You hope no one hears it. You do not pay attention in class because you are so embarrassed about your stomach growling.
Your head hurts and you feel dizzy. You still have 1 hour and 12 minutes before lunchtime! Your friend asks if you are allowed to come to the sleepover, and you snap back, “I don’t know! I forgot to ask my mom! Stop nagging me!” Your friend is mad because you yelled at him and walks away.
Finally lunchtime! You run to the front of the lunch line, cutting classmates in line. Your friends do not sit with you at lunch because you are so cranky. You eat twice as much as you normally do because you are so hungry.
You have been home from school for 47 minutes. You want to go play outside after school, but you have felt sick since eating lunch. Your stomach hurts from eating so much at lunch!
Just after 7:00PM, you try to do your math homework, but you don’t know how to do the math problems! You were so hungry during math class this morning that you did not pay attention to your teacher. You think you will get a bad grade on your homework.