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In this online interactive telling time worksheet, students read a description of how to tell time and then respond to 10 questions that require them to record the times on 10 clocks.
In this online interactive telling time worksheet, students read a description of how to tell time and then respond to 10 questions that require them to record the times on 10 clocks.
For this telling time worksheet, students study each of 9 clocks and determine the time. Students write the correct time on the line provided.
In this telling time practice instructional activity, students examine 15 clocks and then record the times shown using 24-hour times. An example is included.
In this telling time worksheet, students practice their time-telling skills. Students are given six clock faces and a time for each clock. Students are to draw the hands on the clock face representing the time provided.
In this telling time worksheet, students practice writing the time down correctly from the twenty-seven clocks shown. Students double check their answers against the answer key.
In this telling time to the hour worksheet, 3rd graders circle the clock in each row that shows the time that is written to the left of 2 rows. They read the times below 3 clock faces, and draw the hands on the clocks.
In this telling time activity, students read a time written to the nearest hour and circle the clock in each row that shows that time. Then students read the times underneath 4 blank clocks and draw the hands on the clocks.
In this telling time worksheet, students focus on the minute hand. Students be answer 6 questions with a given time and circle the clock representing the correct time. Students also draw in the minute hand on 3 clocks to show correct time.
In this telling time worksheet, 2nd graders focus on the minute hand. Students study 9 clocks showing different times on each.
In this telling time worksheet, 2nd graders focus on the half hour. Students answer 2 multiple choice questions choosing the clock that shows the given time and complete 4 clocks by drawing in the hands to represent the time below each.
In this telling time worksheet, 2nd graders focus on the half hour. Students answer 2 multiple choice questions choosing the clock that shows the given time and complete 4 clocks by drawing in the hands to represent the time below each.
In this telling time worksheet, students solve 6 problems in which times to the fifteen minute "quarter past" are solved. Students draw hands on clocks and match a time to the correct clock face.
In this telling time learning exercise, students solve 6 problems in which the time on clocks is read to the quarter hour . Students circle the clock in each row that shows the time specified. Students also read the time and draw hands on the clocks.
For this telling time worksheet, 2nd graders record the time with minutes and hours on seven digital clocks and one word problem.
In this telling time worksheet, students write the time shown on 8 clocks, write the times in order from earliest to latest, and draw hands on clocks to show given times.
In this telling time review worksheet, students record the time on 3 clocks, match the same times, solve 3 story problems, and respond to a logical reasoning question.
In this telling time worksheet, 1st graders examine 6 analog clocks and record the time shown on each. All of the times presented are to the hour.
In this on the hour: telling time worksheet, 2nd graders look at six clock faces and write the time as shown on the clock to the hour only.
In this telling time worksheet, learners draw the hour hand and the minute hand to illustrate the given digital times in the 6 examples.