Elapsed Time Worksheets

Elapsed Time Worksheets

Welcome to our elapsed time worksheets! Students start learning about elapsed time in early elementary school, but it can take years to truly understand. Elapsed time refers to the amount of time that passes from the start of an event to its finish.

Some common hurdles to understanding include the conceptual understanding of time, counting across hours, the 12-hour clock, the midnight barrier, and using an analog clock. 

We’ve prepared 25 printable elapsed time worksheets below, broken into 30-minute, 5-minute, and 1-minute increments. This allows your student to start with the easier concepts and progress as needed. You’ll find worksheets that have students find elapsed time using a number line, the start and end times of an event, analog clocks, and digital times. We’ve also included elapsed time word problems!

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Beginner - 30 Minute Increment Elapsed Time

In these beginner elapsed time worksheets, students will practice calculating elapsed time in three ways: Using a number line, two analog clock faces, and two digital times. All answers will be either a full or half-hour of elapsed time. All worksheets include answer keys.

Intermediate - 5 Minute Increment Elapsed Time

In these intermediate elapsed time worksheets, students will practice calculating elapsed time in three ways: Using a number line, two analog clock faces, and two digital times. All answers will be down to 5-minute increments of elapsed time. We’ve also included word problems. All worksheets include answer keys.

Advanced - 1 Minute Increment Elapsed Time

In these advanced elapsed time worksheets, students will practice calculating elapsed time in three ways: Using a number line, two analog clock faces, and two digital times. All answers will be down to one-minute increments of elapsed time. All worksheets include answer keys.

Additional Elapsed Time Practice

In these elapsed time worksheets, students will practice calculating the amount of time that has passed. Students will need to understand the transition from a.m. to p.m. All answers will be down to five-minute increments of elapsed time. All worksheets include answer keys.