Your students have mastered reading time to the hour and half hour, but how are they doing with trickier times, such as 9:10 or 1:35? Use this worksheet to assess your student’s abilities to tell analog time to the nearest five minutes.
A number line is one way students can determine elapsed time. Use this quick assessment to help you gauge student understanding of elapsed time by having them create their own number lines to find the answer.
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
Do you know what time it is? Challenge your students to use analog clocks to determine the time within the quarter hour! This fun resource specifically reviews telling time when the long hand hits the three, six, and nine spaces on a clock face.