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Worksheets for telling time to the nearest five minutes, reading clocks to the nearest minute, learning about quarter hours, and elapsed time. Perfect for 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, or any students that need extra practice reading clocks.
Very Basic - Nearest HourWhat Time Is It? Free
Write the time shown on each clock. Very basic. (3:00, 8:00, 6:00)Draw the Hands Member
Draw the hands on each clock. Very basic. (7:00, 6:00, 4:00)Cut and Glue Free
Match the time to the clock. Very basic cut and glue activity. (2:00, 6:00, 8:00)I have... Who has... Game Member
Play this whole-class chain reaction card game to practice basic clock-reading skills. Students will review hour times, such as 3:00, 7:00, 11:00, etc.Trace the Numbers Member
Trace the numbers and hands on this clock. Identify the face, numbers, hour hand and the minute hand.Write the Numbers Member
Write the numbers on the clock face. Then draw a minute hand that points to the twelve and an hour hand that points to the five.
Very Basic - Nearest Half HourI have... Who has... Game Member
Your students will love this fun time-telling chain-reaction card game. Times are in half-hour intervals. (4:30, 9:00, 12:30, etc.)What Time Is It? Free
Write the time shown on each clock. Very basic. (3:30, 5:00, 6:30)Draw the Hands Member
Draw the hands on each clock. Very basic. (7:30, 6:00, 4:30)Cut and Glue Member
Match the time to the clock. Very basic cut and glue activity. (2:30, 6:00, 8:30)
Basic - Nearest 5 MinutesI have... Who has... Game Member
Play this fun time-telling game with your students. Times are in 5-minute intervals. (2:25, 3:00, 8:40)Clock Bingo - Nearest 5 Minutes Member
Play this fun clock bingo game with your students to practice time to the nearest five minutes. (3:05, 3:10, 3:15)What Time Is It? Member
Write the correct time for each clock. (2:20, 6:25, 8:40)Time to the Nearest 5 Minutes Member
Write the time shown on each clock. Times to the nearest five minutes. (4:25, 4:30, 4:45)Cut & Glue Clocks Member
Cut out the clock faces and glue them above the correct times. (6:55, 7:35, 8:05)Draw Clock Hands: To Nearest Five Minutes Member
Draw the hands on the clock faces to show the given times. (6:45, 6:50, 6:55)Cut-Out Clock w/ Minute Tabs Member
Attach the minute tabs to the correct positions on the clock face. Tabs read :05, :10, :15, :20, etc.Fifteen Minutes of Pie Member
This cute story for kids uses portions of pie to explain how to tell time on a clock. Story includes a set of comprehension questions and a practice worksheet.Cootie Catcher: Nearest 5 Mins Member
Make an origami cootie catcher (a.k.a. fortune teller) that will help kids learn to read clocks. All times shown are in 5-minute increments (1:55, 3:35, 12:10, etc.).
Intermediate - Nearest MinuteI have... Who has... Game Member
Play this fun time-telling game with your students. Times to the nearest minute. (2:28, 5:32, 8:19)Time to the Nearest Minute 1 Member
Write the times shown on the clocks. Times to the nearest minute. (4:41, 6:32, 1:02)Time to the Nearest Minute 2 Member
More "time to the nearest minute" clocks. (12:03, 1:16, 7:56)Draw Clock Hands: To Nearest Minute Member
Draw hands on the clock faces to show the given times. (8:02, 8:25, 9:59)Nearest Minute - No Numbers on Clocks Member
Read the time shown on each clock. Clock faces to not have numbers. (2:47, 3:59, 4:01)Cut & Glue - Nearest Minute Member
Cut out the clocks and glue them by the correct times. (2:30, 6:16, 8:34)
Advanced - Minutes to & Minutes pastI have... Who has... Game Member
Play this whole-class chain reaction card game to practice advanced time. Students will review advanced time phrases such asminutes to, minutes after, quarter after, half past, and quarter to.Quarter Hour Cut & Glue Free
Cut the clocks and glue them by the correct time. (examples: five after 4, quarter after 3, quarter to 4)Cut-Out Clock with Tabs Member
Cut out the clock face, the hands, and the tabs. The tabs have advanced time phrases, such as quarter after, half past, ten after, twenty to, quarter to, etc. Glue the tabs in the correct positions on the clock.Time: Quarter Hours Member
Read the time shown on each clock face. Times to the nearest quarter hour. (quarter after 5, quarter after 7)Time Match Member
Match the time with the correct words (quarter after, quarter to, half past, minutes after, and minutes to)Telling Time Worksheet (Minutes After) Member
Part 1 of 3 - Read the time and tell what the time is using "minutes after" (example: 4:13 = thirteen minutes after four).Telling Time Worksheet (Minutes To) Member
Part 2 of 3 - Tell the time using "minutes to" (example: 4:50 = ten minutes to five).Telling Time Worksheet (Quarters) Member
Part 3 of 3 - Students tell time using the words, "quarter after," "quarter to," and "half past".Time Worksheet (Quarter Hour) Member
Simple word problems in which students must convert phrases like "quarter to one" into standard form.Draw Clock Hands: Quarter Hour Member
Draw hands on each clock face to show the given time. example: Draw hands to show "Quarter to 7"Advanced Time Cootie Catcher Member
Students cut, color, and fold to make a cootie catcher (a.k.a.fortune teller). Play the game and tell what time is shown using the words, "minutes to" and "minutes after."
Cut out the clock face, the hands, and the minute tabs. Attach the hands with brass paper fasteners. Then glue the minute tabs in the correct positions.Clock - Cut out And Attach Hands Member
Cut out the giant clock and attach the hands with paper fasteners; Great hands-on manipulative for teaching time-telling skills.Folding Clock Member
This clock can be used for teaching students to tell time. Fold the numbers
on the face of the clock to view the minutes in standard time.
Time Tabs for
Attach these tabs to your classroom clock to help kids learn to read the correct time. Tabs read :05, :10, :15, :20, etc.Triangular Clock Tabs (Advanced) Member
This pdf has advanced triangular time tabs, including quarter to, half past, five to, ten past, twenty to, twenty-five past, and quarter after.Oval Clock Tabs Member
Attach these clock tabs to your classroom clock. These oval-shaped tabs read :05, :10, :15, :20, etc.Oval Clock Tabs (Advanced) Member
This is a collection of advanced oval tabs for your classroom clock. Tabs read, quarter to, quarter after, half past, ten after, twenty to, five after, etc.
See Also:Elapsed Time
Use word problems, charts and calendar worksheets to learn about elapsed time.Calendars (Math)
Teach students to use a calendar with the help of these printable worksheets.Full Math Index
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