This two part worksheet asks your student to read the analog clocks and find the elapsed time.
Telling Time Worksheets for Practice
Telling time can be difficult, especially for young students. It’s a challenge to remember that there are 60 minutes in an hour, 24 hours in a day, and a day is divided into a.m. and p.m. Digital clocks are easier to read for an exact time, but they also take away the visual image of a hand moving around a clock face. The telling time worksheets below are free for you to use at home or in the classroom. You may view the details of each one or download a printable PDF by clicking on the title.
It’s time for time!
Here’s our beginning worksheet on elapsed time.
Your student will find this elapsed time worksheet handy!
Clocky the Caterpillar will help your youngster learn to tell time.
For a more advanced worksheet on telling time, this one is great!
Your student will work with five minute increments in this elapsed time worksheet.
This is a little more advanced elapsed time worksheet.
This elapsed time worksheet works with half and quarter hours.
Your student will work with quarter hours in this elapsed time worksheet.
Your student will follow Anne throughout her day, figuring the elapsed time of her activities.
This elapsed time worksheet features Joey and his chores.
Here’s a great worksheet for learning to tell time on an analog clock.
Clocky the Caterpillar needs the hands on his clocks drawn!
You student can practice telling time in this worksheet.
This worksheet helps students translate digital and analog times through practice exercises.
A Ferris wheel clock is a fun way to learn to tell time!