# A.M. and P.M. Worksheets

Mold the little ones into intergalactic heroes by buoying up their ability to distinguish between the a.m. and p.m. in time telling! Help your youngster be a dab hand at writing the times of their daily meals and favorite pastimes in ante meridiem and post meridiem! Enriched with fun and relatable activities to tell if the event occurred before midday or after midday like fill in the blanks and checking the correct answers, and exciting and super effective exercises such as completing sentences and sorting, our printable Telling Time: A.M. and P.M. Worksheets for kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade are a treasure trove of practice. Be proud that your hungering-after-life-skills students have yet another feather added to their cap! As always, some of these worksheets are free!

Adding A.M. or P.M. to Each Activity

Surrender yourself to the charm of this pdf where kindergarten students read each activity carefully and check at what a.m. or p.m. they do it. Remember, if it occurs before midday, it's an a.m. If it happens after midday, it's a p.m.

Is That an A.M. or P.M?

Turn your wanna be time tellers into well-rounded A.M. & P.M. scholars with this exercise! The task is to read each sentence, look for any clues to know if it's an a.m. or p.m., and write it in the blank provided. Master the a.m. p.m. aspect of time!

Sorting A.M. and P.M.

Bring the house down with a breakout performance in this a.m. p.m. pdf! A bunch of activities are given, and you choose which ones are a.m. and which ones p.m. Look for contextual clues; for instance, if it says, "at dawn", it's an a.m.

Reading Clocks in A.M. and P.M.

Amp up energy and enthusiasm as you further your practice of ante meridiem (A.M.) and post meridiem (P.M.) with this printable worksheet for grade 2! Each sentence has a clock, and yet again kids make use of contextual clues to write the time in a.m. or p.m.

Writing Time with A.M. and P.M.

Have a blitz on your a.m. and p.m. practice and jazz it up with this clock-reading activity! Read each clock face, observe the background, and write a.m. or p.m. appropriately. A.M. - P.M. is no longer an uncharted territory!

Telling Your Routine in A.M. and P.M.

Uprear your time-reading skills from ordinary to exemplary with this grade 1 exercise where you try to know your routine closer by adding to it an a.m. or p.m! Let not your grip of the concept of a.m. and p.m. loosen, and this pdf helps.

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