Time Worksheets

Time worksheets are a great tool for young students who want to read a clock or calendar. Our free printable time worksheets allow students to practice telling time in a fun way. With beautiful illustrations and clear instructions, these time worksheets show students how to read minutes, hours, days, weeks, and months. Students can even make paper watches to show off to their friends! Parents and teachers can watch as children start to learn about their own daily schedule. Encourage learning beyond the classroom with these time worksheets.
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Catchy Question Cards III Catchy Question Cards III Are you looking for a good set of questions for you preschooler?
A Matter of Time A Matter of Time If Janey goes to the library at 3:45 and leaves at 7:45, how long was she at the library?
Rotary Clock Practice Rotary Clock Practice Time flies when you're having fun with worksheets!
Elapsed Time Problems Elapsed Time Problems Is your child a time whiz? Challenge his time-telling savvy with elapsed time problems. Can your child figure out how much time has elapsed in each problem?
Time to the Half Hour Time to the Half Hour Let's practice keeping track of the time by writing the time shown on each clock.
Elapsed Time Word Problems Elapsed Time Word Problems Looking to boost your child's time smarts? Challenge her with these elapsed time word problems.
Learn the Days of the Month Learn the Days of the Month Thirty days have September, April, June, and November.
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.
Telling Time: Quarter Till and Quarter Past Telling Time: Quarter Till and Quarter Past Boost your child's time telling skills with a lesson on the time expressions "quarter till" and "quarter past".
Quarter Till vs. Quarter Past: Draw the Time Quarter Till vs. Quarter Past: Draw the Time Help time expressions like "quarter till" sink in for your child with this drawing worksheet.
Expressing Time Expressing Time How many ways can you express time? With a variety of activities on different ways to express time, this worksheet packs in the time learning.
Night Time or Day Time? Night Time or Day Time? Can your child tell what time of day it is just by looking at the clock?
Learning to Tell Time Learning to Tell Time Tick-tock, let's read the clock! Help your first grader to learn how to read an analog clock with Tick Tock the tiger.
Time Goes By: Calculate Elapsed Time #1 Time Goes By: Calculate Elapsed Time #1 For kids who already have a handle on telling time, this worksheet poses a new challenge: for each problem, can your child figure out how much time has gone by?
It's Time It's Time Work on telling time with your first grader.
Time worksheets are a great tool for young students who want to read a clock or calendar. Our free printable time worksheets allow students to practice telling time in a fun way. With beautiful illustrations and clear instructions, these time worksheets show students how to read minutes, hours, days, weeks, and months. Students can even make paper watches to show off to their friends! Parents and teachers can watch as children start to learn about their own daily schedule. Encourage learning beyond the classroom with these time worksheets.