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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Clock Work: Telling Time Clock Work: Telling Time Tick-tock, watch the clock! Help your child practice telling time with an analog clock.
July 2011: Calendar Learning July 2011: Calendar Learning Stay on track with learning over the summer.
Telling Time: On the Hour or Half Hour? Telling Time: On the Hour or Half Hour? Test your second grader's time telling skills by challenging her to write the time shown on each clock.
December 2017: Day and Date December 2017: Day and Date On which day of the week will Christmas fall in December 2017?
Telling Time: On the Half Hour Telling Time: On the Half Hour Tackle telling time on the half hour with this handy worksheet.
Make a Calendar! Make a Calendar! Give your kindergartener an important project that will help him learn the names of the days and months with this printable worksheet.
Catchy Question Cards Catchy Question Cards This set of printable question cards is perfect for young students that love to ask questions.
Want a fun way to teach your child how to tell time? Check out this set of paper watches. They feature several standard times for each hour, making them the perfect accessories for any time of day.
Watch Time! Want a fun way to teach your child how to tell time?
Calculate Elapsed Time Calculate Elapsed Time Boost your second grader's time savvy with a lesson in elapsed time.
Night or Day? Night or Day? Here's a fun sheet to help first graders learning to tell time.
August 2017: Day and Date August 2017: Day and Date Look at this August 2017 calendar with your child to have her practice finding days and dates, and measure time.
Night or Day: Draw the Time Night or Day: Draw the Time Your child can practice determining the time of day with this coloring worksheet!
Telling Time: One-Minute Intervals Telling Time: One-Minute Intervals Test your second grader's time skills by challenging him to connect each written time to the clock that matches.
Understanding Time Understanding Time Help the concept of time sink in for your second grader with this worksheet that asks her to answer a few questions about Nina's busy schedule.
April 2017: Day and Date April 2017: Day and Date This worksheet helps kids practice reading a calendar while they think about the month of April 2017.
Time Trial: How Fast Do You Think You Are? Time Trial: How Fast Do You Think You Are? Kids practice time, estimation, and working with tables as they estimate how long it will take them to do an activity, then time themselves doing it.
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.