Telling Time Worksheets
Telling time worksheets are a great way for students to learn how to tell time. It can be a difficult skill to learn at first because there are many things to remember that can make telling time confusing, such as a.m. or p.m., minutes, hours, and seconds. Use the printable worksheets below and be sure to practice at home using a wall clock!
Worksheets (all activites are free, printable PDFs)
Telling Time Worksheets - to the Whole and Half Hour
Tell Time to the Half Hour
This set of three worksheets includes clocks with time to 1/2 hours. Students will read the clock and write the time in the blank below the clock.
Tell Time to the Whole Hour
Students will continue practicing how to tell time by reading the time on the clock and writing their answers in the blanks.
Draw the Time on the Clock (Whole Hour)
Students will practice telling time to the whole hour by drawing the given time on the clock face.
Draw the Time on the Clock (Half Hour)
Students will practice telling time to the half hour by drawing the given time on the clock face.
Telling Time Worksheets - Misc. Activities
Clock Faces and Passing Time
Students will compare the time on two different clock faces and will record the amount of time that has passed.
Ferris Wheel Time
Students will look at the numbers on the ferris wheels, which represent clock faces, and write down the time they see.
With this practice worksheet, students will compare two times and record how many minutes or hours has passed.
Students will compare two different times and record how many minutes have passed.
Find the Time
Students will compare the given times and record how much time has passed.
Let's Tell Time
Here, students will practice telling time on clock faces. They will be asked to read the clock face and record the time on the given blanks.
Make the Clock
On this worksheet, students will practice drawing clock hands in the correct place on a clock face after reading each given time.
Draw the Hands
Practice telling time by writing the missing clock hands.
Students will look at each clock face, read the time, and record it in the correct blanks.
Students will practice telling time by matching the clock face to the correct written time.
Write the correct time as it is shown on the clock.
How Much Time Passed?
Students will compare the times and write how much time has passed.
Passing Time - Quarter Hours
Write the time for each pair of clocks, then find the amount of time that has passed.
Story Problems - Find the Time
Students will practice telling how much time has passed with these helpful word problems.