Ask your second grader to determine the time that is set on each clock and jot down the written time below each image.
What time is it? Time for learning! Assist your little one in reading these analog clocks, a handy skill he'll use every day.
These clocks are missing their hands. Can your first grader fix the problem by drawing new hands on the clocks?
Help your second grader feel independent by learning how to read clocks on her own! This printable asks her to circle the correct written time for each clock.
Kids practice telling time by drawing hands on the clocks to match the times given.
Kids test their time savvy by drawing hands on the clock to show the quarter hour given.
Become a master of time with this ticking worksheet! Your child will practice telling time down to the exact minute.
Use this worksheet to help your second grader review the function of each component of a clock and read the times expressed in each image.
For this first grade math worksheet, kids look at each analog clock, determine the time, and write the time in the spaces provided.
Your second grader will be telling time in no time with this fun worksheet! She is asked to decipher the time expressed on each clock image.
Flex your time muscles by practicing telling time on the quarter hour.
Test your second grader's time skills by challenging him to connect each written time to the clock that matches.
Provide your second grader with a little at-home time telling practice with this adorable worksheet!
For this second grade math worksheet, kids look at each analog clock, determine the time, and write the time in the space provided.
Help your second grader get adjusted to the magic of telling time with this charming worksheet!
Introduce your second grader to the mysterious new world of reading clocks with this colorful and informative worksheet!
Provide your child with an at-home time telling lesson with this fun and informative worksheet!
This charming worksheet will get your second grader to refine his clock-reading skills and have a great time in the process!
Telling the time is made easy in this worksheet with six clocks all displaying different times. Read the clock and write the time in the space provided.
For this second grade math worksheet, kids look at each analog clock, determine the time, and draw a line to connect the clock with the digital time.
From reading a clock to adding time, this quick quiz covers a variety of second grade time concepts.
Help your child practice his time telling with this printable first grade worksheet, which focuses on quarter hours.
Kids help Ricky the Racer keep time by counting by 5 and filling in the five-minute intervals around the clock.
Telling time can be tough, but with the help of this little mouse, it can be a breeze!
Kids practice telling time to five minutes by reading the clocks and writing the time in digital form.
Kids draw hands on the clocks to show the time they do things each day, from eating breakfast in the morning to watching TV at night.
Kids help Pete the Elephant learn how to tell time by marking the time shown on each clock.
Give your first grader a head start on time by practicing telling time on the hour. Match each clock to the correct time it tells.
Introduce your first grader to telling time by practicing reading clocks on the hour.
Introduce your first grader to telling time on the hour with this simple worksheet.
If your first grader is ready for a new time challenge, have her try her hand at calculating elapsed time.
Review digital time, analog time, and different ways to write the time with your first grader with this handy worksheet.
Help young Malcolm Mouse learn how to tell time on the half hour by circling the time shown on each clock.
Give the clock maker a hand by drawing the hour hands back on the clocks following the times shown.
Practice telling time to the half hour with your first grader with this matching worksheet.
Join Clockwork Cat as she practices telling time on the half hour.
Let's practice keeping track of the time by writing the time shown on each clock.