Telling Time Worksheets


Free telling time worksheets for students to learn analog and digital clocks. Your kindergarten students will love our free time-telling worksheets as they learn how to tell time to the hour, half-hour, quarter, and minute. There are different skill levels to help your students advance as quickly as the clock itself. Are you looking for math products for your class? Come look at our Interactive Math: Kindergarten Curriculum!

Telling Time to the Hour Worksheets.

Get your students started on telling time with our Telling Time to the Hour, Half Hour, Quarter Hour, and Minute worksheets. Your students will get a chance to practice telling time as well as writing it out in the correct format. They will work on following directions, reading and telling time in increments, math skills, and more. We suggest starting off on the simple side of time telling by having your students working on reading analog clocks to the hour. Your students will be asked to read the time and list it below.

Telling Time to the Hour

Free telling time worksheets to the hour. Students must determine the time on the analog clocks to the closest hour, then write the digital time below.

Telling Time to the Hour

Students read the time on the analog clock and write the correct digital format for the time. This worksheet features six different clocks for students to practice with.

Telling Time to the Hour

Our free printable telling time worksheets are great for K-2 students. You’ll have ample practice telling time to the hour with these free worksheets.

Telling Time to the Half Hour Worksheets

Telling Time to the Hour

We suggest starting off on the simple side of time telling by having your students working on reading analog clocks to the hour. Your students will be asked to read the time and list it below.

Telling Time to the Half Hour

The next step to telling time is understanding increments of an hour. These half-hour worksheets will help your students start breaking down time into smaller units.

Telling Time to the Half Hour

The next step to telling time is understanding increments of an hour. These half-hour worksheets will help your students start breaking down time into smaller units.

Telling Time to the Half Hour

The next step to telling time is understanding increments of an hour. These half-hour worksheets will help your students start breaking down time into smaller units.

Telling Time to the Half Hour

The next step to telling time is understanding increments of an hour. These half-hour worksheets will help your students start breaking down time into smaller units.

Telling Time to the Quarter Hour

The next step to telling time is understanding further increments of an hour. These quarter-hour worksheets will help your students start breaking down time into smaller units.

Telling Time to the Quarter Hour Worksheets

Telling Time to the Quarter Hour

The next step to telling time is understanding further increments of an hour. These quarter-hour worksheets will help your students start breaking down time into smaller units.

Telling Time to the Quarter Hour

The next step to telling time is understanding further increments of an hour. These quarter-hour worksheets will help your students start breaking down time into smaller units.

Telling Time to the Quarter Hour

The next step to telling time is understanding further increments of an hour. These quarter-hour worksheets will help your students start breaking down time into smaller units.

Telling Time to the Minute Worksheets

Telling Time to the Minute

Your students are now into the home stretch. Our Telling Time to the Minute worksheets will help your students break down time to minutes.

Telling Time to the Minute

Your students are now into the home stretch. Our Telling Time to the Minute worksheets will help your students break down time to minutes.

Telling Time to the Minute

Your students are now into the home stretch. Our Telling Time to the Minute worksheets will help your students break down time to minutes.

Telling Time to the Minute

Your students are now into the home stretch. Our Telling Time to the Minute worksheets will help your students break down time to minutes.

Hands On Time Telling

Now that your students have a basic understanding of telling time, we recommend using the following hands-on worksheets to help them retain what they have learned. Telling time is an important lesson. Use our fun, fine motor worksheets to teach it!

Roll & Tell Time

Roll a die. Read the time in the matching row and color in the block. A fun and simple time-telling game for both individuals as well as with a partner.

Cut & Paste Telling Time

Students will get to work on fine motor and math/time telling skills as they cut out the time and paste it with the correct clock. A combination of fun and learning.

Color the Clock

Your students will be asked to color in the clock according to the key. They will work on telling time as well as following instructions with this fun telling time worksheet.

Telling Time to the Minute

Your students are now into the home stretch. Our Telling Time to the Minute worksheets will help your students break down time to minutes.

Telling Time to the Minute

Your students are now into the home stretch. Our Telling Time to the Minute worksheets will help your students break down time to minutes.

Color the Clock

Your students will be asked to color in the clock according to the key. They will work on telling time as well as following instructions with this fun telling time worksheet.

What Time Is It?

We all know that time is math. Now that your students are putting that together, use these free, printable time telling worksheets to have your students read and label the time then add to it. It is a great lesson to learn to help students understand what time looks like in a physical way while using their addition skills.

What Time Is It?

Your students will be asked to follow these instructions: Look at the clock and write the time of the first clock in the space under it. Now add the minutes indicated and write the time and the clock hands to the second clock.

What Time Is It?

Your students will be asked to follow these instructions: Look at the clock and write the time of the first clock in the space under it. Now add the hours indicated and write the time and the clock hands to the second clock.

What Time Is It?

Your students will be asked to follow these instructions: Look at the clock and write the time of the first clock in the space under it. Now subtract the hours indicated and write the time and the clock hands to the second clock.

What Time Is it?

Your students will be asked to follow these instructions: Look at the clock and write the time of the first clock in the space under it. Now subtract the minutes indicated and write the time and the clock hands to the second clock.

Drawing Hands on the Clock

Now that your students have had a chance to work on reading analog clocks, our Draw the Hands worksheets will be a great next step. Your students will be asked to read the time then put the first and second hand on each clock. Getting a chance to draw the hands will help your students take time telling to the next level.

Draw the Hands Telling Time

Your students will work on writing the first and second hand on the clock. This will be a great chance to show what they have learned and to help retain the information.

Draw the Hands Telling Time

Your students will work on writing the first and second hand on the clock. This will be a great chance to show what they have learned and to help retain the information.

Draw the Hands Telling Time

Your students will work on writing the first and second hand on the clock. This will be a great chance to show what they have learned and to help retain the information.

Draw the Hands Telling Time

Your students will work on writing the first and second hand on the clock. This will be a great chance to show what they have learned and to help retain the information.

Draw the Hands Telling Time

Your students will work on writing the first and second hand on the clock. This will be a great chance to show what they have learned and to help retain the information.

Comments (8)

  • Tina Irish Reply

    Need this homeschooling

    August 11, 2021 at 7:27 am
  • Yoma Reply

    This is going to be so helpful! Thank you so much!

    August 11, 2021 at 8:20 am
  • J Reply

    Holy COW!!! These worksheets are FABULOUS!!!!! Great for beginners and those that need to brush up on their time telling skills. Perfect for quizzes, tests, and daily skills pages. LUV LUV LUV SuperStar Worksheets. Thanx for all that you do and PLEASE keep pumping them out.

    August 11, 2021 at 8:50 am
  • Valery Reply

    As always: WONDERFUL activities!!! Thank you so much!!! It’s difficult to overestimate your help!

    August 11, 2021 at 6:12 pm
  • Tilesa Reply

    Love these worksheets!!! Appreciate the help provided. Makes homeschooling so much easier

    December 1, 2021 at 6:56 pm
  • Colleen Phillips Reply

    Thank you for this resource. it will really be very valuable to use in my cottage school.

    February 12, 2022 at 11:43 am
  • Adi Tubuna Reply

    Very helpful indeed. Thank you so much for the great resources. Wish you good luck in future.

    September 28, 2022 at 7:08 pm

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