EYFS Telling the time worksheets by Subject
What did you do today? Let's talk about our daily routine. What is the first thing you do every day? What do you do in the morning, afternoon and night?
Today you are going on a bit of an adventure! Let's go on a walk and take photos of things we see on the way. Then, when we get home, let's see if we can remember the order the photos go in.
Understanding time and how it is measured can be tricky for children. These activities will help your child to think about time in different ways.
This game will help you to learn the days of the week. Collect the days of the week carriages to build your train and be the first to get all the days of the week to win!
Ted needs to follow the order of the days of the week to get through this marvellous maze. Can you help him make the right choices about which way to go to find his friends?
This activity is designed to help develop your child’s understanding of the order of everyday events. Look at the images, which represent things that happen throughout the day, and see if you can order them correctly.
Listen to a story about Sasha's exciting day, then tell a story about a brilliant day you've had in pictures!
Have you heard the popular nursery rhyme Hey Diddle Diddle? Listen to it again and see if you can spot the words that rhyme.
Can you solve the puzzle and stick the pieces of this clock back together?
Ask your child to cut out the pictures and think about which heading they go under. Once they have placed them under the headings, ask them to give you a verbal sentence explaining what they do and when, for example: ‘In the morning, I eat breakfast.’
Can you work out how long it takes to do each of these activities?
How many of each of these things can you do in one minute? How many can you do in three minutes? Ask your mum or dad to time you with a stopwatch!
This clock has lost some numbers! Look at a clock in your home. Can you see what numbers are missing from the clock below? Draw the numbers in the right place. Now you can cut out your clock, the big hand and the little hand and put it together with a clip. Can you move the hands to show different times?
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.
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.
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.