Third Grade Time Worksheets and Printables

A mastery of time is essential to your student's success in later years, as it allows them to gauge whether they're late, early, or how much time they have to prepare for an event. Though this skill becomes more important as they grow up, getting them used to telling time now allows them to become comfortable in their skills before it is necessary they rely on them themselves. For more practice on time telling and reading a calendar, check out our second grade time worksheets.
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Time Flies! Time Flies! Time flies in this time telling worksheet, which tasks kids with calculate the amount of time that has passed.
From Time to Time: Converting to Hours and Minutes From Time to Time: Converting to Hours and Minutes Packed with time word problems, this worksheet helps kids learn how to convert hours to minutes and minutes to hours.
From Time to Time: Converting to Hours, Days, and Weeks From Time to Time: Converting to Hours, Days, and Weeks Boost your child's time sense with a lesson in time conversion.
How Much Time Has Gone By? How Much Time Has Gone By? Now that your third grader is an expert at telling time, bring on a bigger challenge: calculating elapsed time.
Practice Telling Time Practice Telling Time This review sheet is a great way to practice telling time in different ways, from reading a calendar to calculating elapsed time.
Time Words Time Words Learn time words and phrases and what they mean with this vocabulary sheet that helps students successfully tell time.
Factors of 60 Factors of 60 Use your multiplication skills to find factors of 60 and better understand time.
Minutes in an Hour Minutes in an Hour How many minutes in an hour? Count them up yourself in this intro-to-elapsed-time worksheet.
A Matter of Time A Matter of Time Kids completing this third grade math worksheet tell time to the nearest quarter hour and determine the duration of intervals of time.
A mastery of time is essential to your student's success in later years, as it allows them to gauge whether they're late, early, or how much time they have to prepare for an event. Though this skill becomes more important as they grow up, getting them used to telling time now allows them to become comfortable in their skills before it is necessary they rely on them themselves. For more practice on time telling and reading a calendar, check out our second grade time worksheets.