Time Worksheets

There are different skills children need to develop to be able to tell the time properly. If someone tells them a time, they need to know where the hands on an analogue clock should be. For example, if you arrange to meet someone at 9:30 in the morning, you need to know that the small hand points between the 9 and 10 and that the bigger hand points to the 6.

The other side of the coin is looking at your watch or a clock to discover what the current time is. You need to recognise that when the small hand points to 10 and  the bigger hand points to 2, that it’s 10:10.

And to complicate matters, there are digital watches and clocks! And 24 hour time!

Draw The Hands On The Clock Worksheets

Draw The Hands On The Clock

The following time worksheets all display a blank clock face and a written time, and the children have to draw the hands on the clock to match the time. They start off easy (o’ clock) and get progressively harder (quarter to).

Write The Time Worksheets

Write The Time

The following time worksheets all display clocks with hour and minutes hands on them, and the children have to write down the time that each one indicates. They start off easy (o’ clock) and get progressively harder (quarter to).