all Telling the time worksheets by Subject
Can your child recite the months of the year in the correct order? Help them practise with this simple cutting and sorting activity.
A simple cutting and sorting activity to help your child learn the correct order of the days of the week.
Reading time to the hour on an analogue clock: a simple worksheet for children who are beginning to learn to tell the time correctly in year 1.
Add an extra learning dimension to family game time – try one of our Cool Maths board games and help reinforce your child's knowledge of number bonds, percentages and fractions while you play. Compiled by deputy headteacher Matt Revill and packed with 20 games, this maths learning pack covers all the key skills your child will need to master as part of the primary numeracy curriculum.
In year 2 your child will be learning to read the time to the half and quarter hour. Help them practise both clock-reading and fractions skills with this worksheet.
This fun maths worksheet will help your child to estimate and check times using a simple timer, watch or clock.
Work out different times around the world, from Tokyo and Sydney to San Francisco.
Use these fun activities to help develop your child's knowledge of vocabulary related to time.
Use this fun wordsearch to help develop your child's vocabulary with words associated with time.
This worksheet is suitable for the Key Stage 1 level and will help your child to learn how to make estimates and use timing devices such as watches and clocks.
If your child is learning to tell the time, use TheSchoolRun's clock practice templates to help support their learning. You can put together a clock face with moveable hands, write the time on digital and analogue clocks and fill in different times on the blank clock faces.
This worksheet activity will help your child to understand how long a second and a minute are and use their knowledge to write simple poetry.
Ask your child to estimate and then accurately measure how long it takes to do everyday activities in order to practise measuring time.
This worksheet helps children practise using the 24-hour clock and interpreting timetables.
Learning to tell the time is a process which spans the primary-school years, and children can find it overwhelmingly hard. The Telling the Time pack is a complete guide to everything you need to know to support your child and help them get to grips with this vital skill, bursting with practical suggestions, advice from experts and activity sheets for all the key stages.
Worksheet with circular diagrams for your child to add arrows demonstrating clockwise and anti-clockwise.