Eliminate the hassle of creating practice resources for Kindergarten through grade 6 kids with these time worksheets packed with printable exercises and time problems. Dig into specifics like identifying time in terms of a.m. and p.m., reading analog and digital clocks, telling time, writing time in words, drawing hands on clock faces, converting between units of time, finding elapsed time, estimating time, adding and subtracting time, reading calendars, clock charts, templates and much more. Use our free time worksheets and take the right step in the right direction.
List of Time Worksheets
- A.M. and P.M.
- Telling Time
- Analog and Digital Clocks
- Drawing Hands on the Clock
- Writing Time in Words
- Elapsed Time
- Elapsed Time on a Number Line
- Time Conversion
Explore the Time Worksheets in Detail
Which part of the day is being referred to? Is it before midday (ante meridiem) or after midday (post meridiem)? In the hustle-bustle of life, these two short forms: a.m. and p.m. play a very important role. Get kindergarten, grade 1, and grade 2 kids to identify the part of the day illustrated in our printable a.m. and p.m. worksheets.
Wrap your head around telling the time on analog clocks with these exercises on time. The tasks here effectively aid kids in reading clock faces and expressing time to the nearest hours, half hours, quarter hours, and five minutes, in the blink of an eye!
Use your time judiciously by printing these pdf worksheets on reading analog and digital clock faces and watch how kids complete these exercises in one stroke. Making one-to-one correspondence between analog and digital clocks is a furtherance of this skill.
Leave no stone unturned in getting kids of 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade acquainted with time facts using this stack of drawing hands on the clock handouts. The objective is to draw the hour hand and minute hand to depict the time and comprehend basic time facts.
What time is it? Is it half past 10 or quarter till 11? Get the little timekeepers of 1st grade through 4th grade to read analog and digital clock faces and write the time in words as o'clock, half past, quarter past, quarter to, and in increments of 1 minute and in standard form too.
You are well on your way to understand a crucial time concept which often trips up even the best students with these elapsed time worksheets. Calculating the start time, end time, elapsed time or duration, and comparing time are the skills that 2nd grade through 6th grade students can try their hands at.
Progress forward with our pdf worksheet on elapsed time using number line and boast superior conceptual knowledge backed with solid practice.
24 hours in a day, 60 minutes in an hour, 60 seconds in a minute, remembering this magic spell would help grade 3, grade 4, and grade 5 kids sail smoothly through these time conversion worksheets. Grasp the rudiments of conversion between units of time such as seconds, minutes, hours, and days effortlessly.
With different parts of the world using different formats, it becomes essential for kids in grade 3, grade 4, and grade 5 to learn converting between 12-hour and 24-hour clocks by adding or subtracting 12 in these worksheets that are a major upgrade in their time skills. Remember to add a.m. and p.m. for the 12-hour clocks.
Time is a brisk wind, for each hour it brings something new. Practice anew with these adding and subtracting time problems to calculate the sum and difference in the time taken to perform different activities, with and without regrouping. Try correcting slow and fast clocks too!
Staying organized while chasing your goals is no more a difficult task with these calendar worksheets. Reading single page yearly calendars, monthly calendars, and comparing them to answer questions, printable charts for days, months and seasons, tracing and coloring pages, and other activities lure kids to comprehend the use of calendars.
Are your kids familiar with the 7 days of the week, 12 months of the year, and 4 seasons? Then it’s time that you gift them our pdf days, months, and seasons worksheets with loads of interesting theme-based activities that your kids would glide through!
The more time you spend practicing the better you would get at estimating time accurately. With practice problems illustrating real-life activities to estimate the time taken ranging from seconds to months these interesting handouts to estimate, record time, and compare the estimated time with the actual time will surely find a place in your time lesson plan.
Does the thought of drawing clocks for practice haunt you? Waste not your valuable time and do away with the tedious task of drawing clocks. Make use of these printable, ready-made clock charts and clock templates, and use your precious time efficiently.