# Elapsed Time Worksheets

Worksheets, materials, and printables for teaching students about calculating elapsed time, or time passing.

## Level: BasicHalf Hour Increments

Use number lines to solve elapsed time problems. The times on this page are separated in half-hour increments. example: 5:00pm to 7:30pm.
Read the start time and end time, then fill in the elapsed time; Times in half hour increments.
Read and write the times shown on the clocks.  Then write the elapsed times.
Practice elapsed time in thirty minute intervals. Print out the pennants on heavy card stock. Students write the start time, end time, and elapsed time. Cut them out and string them up in your classroom!
This anchor chart shows three methods of finding elapsed time. These involve using a t-chart, number line, or clocks. The example shown is for for early learners telling time in half hour increments.

## Level: Intermediate5 Minute Increments

Use number lines to solve elapsed time problems. The problems on this page do not require students to regroup minutes into hours.
Read the beginning and ending time, complete the table by filling in the amount of time that has passed; Time to the nearest minute.
Read and write the times shown on the clocks.  The write the elapsed times.
Students will love the funny movie titles on this elapsed time word problem worksheet.
Students use the sign on the hardware store to answer the questions about elapsed time.
Calculate the time passing between the rainstorms. Write in the sun and cloud illustrations. 15-min increments. (example: 2:15-3:45)
Two times are given; Tell how much time has passed.
More story problems with questions about elapsed time.
Practice elapsed time in five minute intervals. Print out the pennants on heavy card stock. Students write the start time, end time, and elapsed time. Cut them out and string them up in your classroom!
Show students an example of how to find elapsed time using three different methods: t-chart, number line, and clocks. This anchor chart is for intermediate learners and uses 5-minute increments of time.

Create a number line to figure out the answers to elapsed time math problems. The problems on this worksheet require students to regroup minutes. (example: 1 hours 80 minutes = 2 hours 20 minutes)
Complete the chart by filling in the start time, end time, or elapsed time; Times to the nearest minute.
Write the times shown on the analog clocks.  Then determine the elapsed time.
Use the calendars shown to answer the elapsed time questions. For example, "Dr. Jaurez went on vacation on April 8th. He returned home on April 19th. How many days was he gone?"
Practice elapsed time in one minute intervals. Print out the pennants on heavy card stock. Students write the start time, end time, and elapsed time. Cut them out and string them up in your classroom!
This anchor chart uses one-minute time increments to provide an example of how to find elapsed time. Using the same question, the page shows three methods of finding the elapsed time--a t-chart, number line, and clocks.

## Any Level

Write times on the chart and find the elapsed time.
Telling Time Worksheets

Printable clock worksheets for teaching students to tell time on analog clocks.

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