Your second graders should be well on their way to mastering analog clock reading by now. Use this double-sided worksheet to assess your students' abilities to tell analog time to the nearest five minutes—with am and pm!
Does your child always ask what time it is? Help them help themselves with this telling time worksheet. Students will need an analog clock to accompany this worksheet. They’ll practice telling and showing time to the nearest five minutes using analog cloc
Use this resource with your students to practice solving elapsed time word problems using addition. Your third graders will have fun figuring out what tme the cake needs to come out of the oven and what time the movie is over!
What time is it? Help your child tell time with our offering of worksheets, games, and activities. Learning telling time is often a tedious task, but our materials make reading clocks and determining elapsed time a breeze for your child. Take a look! Check out Education.com's other resources to get some more math help.
Time will be on your student’s side with these resources that help teach how to tell time. Whether your student is working on telling time to the hour, quarter hour, half hour or the minute, there is something here to help practice. Learning how to tell time can be challenging for students throughout elementary school. This collection of activities, exercises and worksheets is appropriate for helping all elementary-aged students improve their ability to tell time accurately. Students can learn how to tell time with fun games or classic worksheets featuring crazy clocks. Activities also help students learn the days of the week and how to read a calendar. From clocks to calendars, there are hundreds of resources available here for students to learn strategies for telling time. Watch out!