Students are just beginning to learn how to tell time will clear their schedule for these engaging time exercises. For students who need a little extra help understanding how to use analog clocks to tell time, use time to the minute exercises to offer opportunities to practice discretely. In no time at all, your students will be able to read any clock on the wall.
With much of the world having gone digital, telling time can be a tricky thing for kids. Not just reading it, but calculating it -- how long is 20 minutes? What was two hours ago? What does 'half past noon' mean, and how can I figure it out? Believe it or not, time can still trip up some grown-ups. If your child has trouble telling and working with time, we have just the thing to help. Our time exercises were developed by teachers and educators, and they're all available here. Browse our time exercises for third grade and help boost your student's time-telling skills. No only do we have straightforward analog clock reading exercises, we have subtraction of time and elapsed time practice, plus some time word problems, too. So what are you waiting for? Time's a ticking! Get to work practicing telling time in all its forms with our online time exercises.