Telling Time Worksheets pdf Downloads


Telling Time Worksheets pdf Downloads, Worksheets on clocks and time, Learn how to read time and understand hours, seconds, weeks, months, years and other time units worksheets, kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th grades. Everything from the system of the earth to our daily life pattern revolves around time. It is nearly impossible to keep track and balance of the daily life routine and schedule without acknowledging the concept of time. As we always encourage starting the process of learning at an early age, the time worksheets are specially designed for the little folks who are yet to experience the importance of being punctual. Let’s have a look at the worksheets you will find on this page. The first section consists of the conversion of units of time i.e. hours, minutes, and seconds. Teachers are required to explain the concept of these units to the students and help them memorize the number of hours in a day, minutes in an hour, and seconds in a minute. Then comes the section which is dedicated to explaining the concept of telling time by seeing an analog clock. In these worksheets you will see the time displayed in digital format and students will be asked to draw the hands for the time/ place the needles on the clock as per the displayed timings. In a similar time worksheet, there are clocks drawn and students are asked to tell the time on each clock face and write down the correct answer on the given spaces. This also helps to explain the concept of AM and PM to the little folks. Then you will see separate worksheets that are designed to help to understand the concept of minute past. Clocks will be displayed on the worksheets that display the sequence of one minute past. Students are required to this to all the clock faces in this section. Similarly, another worksheet has the clocks that show the times with ten minutes past. Teachers are required to explain the concept so that the students become able to relate this to other clocks and they must tell the exact time. Then comes the clock faces with a sequence of fifteen minutes past. Teachers must explain that when telling the time as 15 minutes past, one must use the term “quarter past”. Then proceed with the concept of 30 minutes past better known as “half past”, and finally clock faces with 60 minutes past commonly known as O’clock which means an hour past. Once they understand these concepts it will be much easier for them to understand the sequence of 5 minutes past sequence which has a separate worksheet. After all these concepts, students are good to go for testing their thinking abilities as well as mathematical calculations using the worksheets available at the end of the page where students are asked to add the given time to the displayed time on the clock faces. Teachers are required to carefully conduct the worksheet sessions and explain the concept with a clear understanding so as to make them efficient with time telling, calculations, and scheduling the things according to the given time and be punctual with their current and future life affairs.

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