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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July Calendar July Calendar Begin the month with a bang with our July calendar!
Learning to Tell Time: Quarter Hour Learning to Tell Time: Quarter Hour Time out! Kids test their time savvy by drawing hands on the clock to show the quarter hour given.
Telling Time on the Quarter Hour: Match It Telling Time on the Quarter Hour: Match It This worksheet serves up plenty of time practice for kids who need that extra nudge.
February Calendar February Calendar Your kid can make her very own calendar with this blank February calendar.With lovey-dovey pictures to color, she can get creative on this February calendar!
Telling Time on the Quarter Hour: Write It Telling Time on the Quarter Hour: Write It Get some extra time practice with this worksheet that asks kids to read the clocks, then write the time on the line.
Practice Test: Telling Time Practice Test: Telling Time From reading a clock to adding time, this quick quiz covers a variety of second grade time concepts.
Telling Time: Showtime! Telling Time: Showtime! For this first grade math worksheet, kids need to get hands on.
Telling Time: Five Minutes Telling Time: Five Minutes Telling time can be tough, but with the help of thisworksheet, it can be a breeze!
Telling Time to Five Minutes Telling Time to Five Minutes Kids practice telling time to five minutes by reading the clocks and writing the time in digital form.
Telling Time to Five Minutes: Draw the Time Telling Time to Five Minutes: Draw the Time The clocks are missing their hands! Kids help out by drawing hands on the clocks to match the times given, and practice telling time!
Telling Time: My Day Telling Time: My Day What time do you go to school? 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.
Telling Time: Word Problems at the Library Telling Time: Word Problems at the Library Packed with time word problems set at thelibrary, this worksheet helps kids practice telling and adding time.
Telling Time with Punctual Pete Telling Time with Punctual Pete Pete the Elephant is always on time, but he's not so good at reading clocks.
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, or how much time has passed.
Quarter Hour Quarter Hour Practice telling time with this match up worksheet!
Be on Time Be on Time These busy bees need some help getting their honey delivered in time.
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.