Elapsed Time on a Number Line Worksheets

Step into our printable worksheets with brio, and cheer as your practice of finding elapsed time on a number line takes off! These pdfs invite students in 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade to find intervals of time in multiples of 5. Children will determine the elapsed time using a number line through exercises involving the start time, end time, and time interval. The number lines allow learners to solve problems confidently. Our free worksheet will interest children from the get-go!

Reading Elapsed Time - 5 Minutes | Level 1

Our pdf worksheets provide number lines that help count the hops from the start time and find the answer. Get students solving elapsed time using number lines flawlessly.

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Reading Elapsed Time - 5 Minutes | Level 2

Can you calculate the time that passes between 11:05 am and 5:15 pm? Learners in grade 3, grade 4, and grade 5 read the elapsed time with a number line and find the answer as 6 hours and 10 minutes.

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Reading Elapsed Time | Minutes

Read the number line and determine the elapsed time when the time interval is given in hours and minutes. This practice will pass so fast that you'll be left pining for more such printable resources!

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Drawing and Reading Elapsed Time - 5 Minutes | Level 1

If the start time is 2:00 a.m. and the end time is 2:45 a.m., what is the elapsed time? Determine the time elapsed by drawing hops on the number line to find the difference in hours and minutes.

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Drawing and Reading Elapsed Time - 5 Minutes | Level 2

Let practice run its course with elapsed time questions in both units of the convention time associated with the 12-hour clock. Invite students to find the difference between the times in a.m. and p.m.

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Missing Time

Employ our printable tool and calculate the missing start time or the missing end time. Students in 4th grade and 5th grade practice utilizing the given values to find the unknown value.

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