These telling time worksheets include 12 and 24 hour time worksheets.
Teaching kids how to read the time can be a hard task, especially the 24 hour clock. The concepts are totally different but equally important. Once they can read the time on a 12-hour clock, they can move onto learning to read 24-hour time. These activities were created to help children understand the basic concepts of each 12 hour and 24-hour on both types of clocks as well. These activities will also help children understand the hour as well as minutes.
Telling Time Worksheets
This set of clock worksheets is aimed at children who have some basic knowledge of reading the time on an analogue and digital clock. If you are ready for something a little more challenging, then check out these Elapsed Time Worksheets and Elapsed Time Cards.
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Here are some items that pair well with these activities. You will use each of these items over and over during all my printable preschool activity packs.
24 Hour Clock Worksheets
At the beginning of the telling time worksheets pack is an analogue clock that would be great printed out on white card stock and then laminated. I did the same with the hands as well before attaching them to the centre of the clock with a brad. This is a great tool for helping children learn to read the time on an analogue clock.
Also included is a digital clock. I printed this on white cardstock and laminated it as well. To go with this are three pages of time cards. I printed these cards on white cardstock and laminated them as well. To use, place the cards on the digital clock to make the correct times.
The worksheets pages include activities for o’clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to. In these time activities, kids will read the time on an analogue clock, before writing it under the clock.
The next set of telling time worksheets include reading the time on a digital clock and then adding the hands on an analogue clock to make the correct time. These activities are also in o’clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to.
Lastly, there are a few activities where children will learn to change 12-hour time to 24 hour time.
You can also add on the What’s The Time? Cards.
The time worksheets below include conversions, draw clock arrow sheets and some time bookmarks too.
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Where to get the worksheets
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