Telling Time Worksheets and activities for early exploration of clock numbers and features, and concepts related to telling time by the hour. Use these worksheets and activities to teach, review and assess students understanding of concepts related to telling time by the hour.
- Telling Time Worksheets.
- Draw the Hour Hand - For each time shown, draw the hour hand.
- Draw the Hour & Minute Hand - Read the time and draw the hour and minute hands.
- Write the Hour - Write the hour below each analog clock.
- Write the Hour and Minutes - write the hour and minutes below each clock.
- Write the Time - Write the time below each clock
- Match the Clocks - Draw a line to match the analog and digital clocks.
- Match the Clocks Cut-And-Paste - Cut out the digital clocks ad paste each one under the matching analog clock.
- What time is it? - Write the time below each analog clock.
- Telling Time Review - Review activities for telling time by the hour.
- Answer Keys
- Telling Time Flash Cards: Cut out the flash cards and mix them up. Students choose a card and read the time.
- Cut-And-Paste-Clock: Cut along the dotted lines and place the clock numbers and pieces onto the clock template. Students can glue the pieces in place or simply move the different pieces around on the template. You can attach the end of the short and long hands to the middle of the clock template with a brad or pin so they move around like they do on a real clock.
- Telling Time “I Have, Who Has” Activity: A whole group activity for practice reading analog clocks and telling time to the hour.
- I’m A Little Hour Hand Printable Song: A cute song to help kids remember the difference between the hour and minute hand.
Ideal for morning work, math centers, large and amall group activities, and assessments!
80 pages + cover and credits page = 82 pages total.