Adding and Subtracting Time Worksheets
Whether it is calculating the time taken to do two different tasks, or finding the difference in time taken by two people doing the same task, these printable adding and subtracting time worksheets have them covered in a variety of exercises. Your little time managers of grade 2 through grade 6 can start off with something easy: adding and subtracting hours and minutes without regrouping, followed by regrouping minutes to do the same. Things can get a little tricky with regrouping minutes and seconds, telling the correct time from slow and fast clocks, and finding the elapsed time. Fortunately, these pdfs help learners progress one small step at a time. Try our free worksheets that are sure to leave you yearning for more!
The need to calculate the total time taken to complete a series of activities arises quite often. Add the minutes first and then the hours, and find the total in these adding time without regrouping worksheets.
It takes 1 hour and 26 minutes to paint the fence and 1 hour and 34 minutes to paint the chairs. The adding time pdfs help kids of grade 4 and grade 5 put together the times by regrouping minutes, i.e., adding an extra hour if the sum of the minutes exceeds 60.
Keep pace with time and move up the ladder practicing another operation: subtraction. Determine the difference between each pair of times in these printable subtracting time worksheets. Go by the minutes first and then the hours.
Just when you think you are a pro, come these worksheets to test your skills. Get kids geared to take up this challenge of borrowing 60 minutes from the hours and adding it to the minutes while subtracting time.
This little infusion of practice comes handy when you intend to gauge the skills of your 4th grade and 5th grade kids. Manage that constantly ticking clock constructively with these adding and subtracting time pdfs. Begin with the seconds, move on to the minutes and hours.
Treat your kids to this much-needed practice. Let them stay on the task as they regroup the seconds and minutes while adding and subtracting. These printable worksheets are a catalyst in promoting practice.
Better three hours too soon than a minute too late. The time displayed is a quarter-hour too fast or a quarter-hour too slow. Add the specified time to slow clocks, and subtract the time from fast clocks, and read it right, every time!
Juggle between fast and slow clocks, correcting the time by adding multiples of 5 minutes to slow clocks or by subtracting multiples of 5 minutes from fast clocks. Every minute counts, so don't let faulty clocks deter you!
Catapult comprehension of the concept of gaining and losing time to new heights with these fast and slow clock worksheets. Grade 3 and grade 4 kids add or subtract the number of minutes to determine the correct time.