# Time to Tell Time

From identifying hours on an analog clock to finally learning calendars, this collection of worksheets covers learning time in a variety of ways. Creative word problems, colorful worksheets and simple clockwork give you plenty of options for engaging your young learner.

### Telling Time with Malcom Mouse

Help young Malcolm Mouse learn how to tell time on the half hour by circling the time shown on each clock.

### Telling Time with Clockwork Cat

Join Clockwork Cat as she practices telling time on the half hour.

### Draw the Hour Hand

Give the clock maker a hand by drawing the hour hands back on the clocks following the times shown.

### Tell Time with Kim Kangaroo

Give your first grader a head start on time by practising telling time on the hour. Match each clock to the correct time it tells.

### Telling Time with Max Mouse

These busy bees need some help getting their honey delivered in time.

### Telling Time: AM or PM?

Help your child understand a.m. and p.m. by having her read each sentence, then determine if the event happened before noon (a.m.) or after noon (p.m.).

One of the hardest parts of telling time is learning how to read an analog clock. This worksheet offers the practise kids need to tackle this difficult concept.

### Telling Time: Word Problems

Boost your first grader's understanding of time by challenging her to solve word problems all about time.

### Time Problems at the Museum

Packed with time word problems set at the Natural History Museum, this worksheet helps kids practise telling and adding time.

### Units of Time

Help your child understand different units of time with this worksheet that asks her to fill in the blanks in each sentence with the correct unit of time.

### Crazy Clocks Time

For this year two maths worksheet, kids look at each analog clock, determine the time, and write the time in the spaces provided.

### Telling Time: Tick-tock

For this year two maths worksheet, kids look at each analog clock, determine the time, and write the time in the spaces provided.

### Ollie

Telling time is something we do every day! practise applying your maths skills to real life with these time word problems.

### Elapsed Time: One Hour Later

If your first grader is ready for a new time challenge, have her try her hand at calculating elapsed time.

### Calendar Challenge: Ashley

Ashley has a very busy week planned. Kids analyze Ashley's calendar, then test their understanding by answering a few questions about it.

### Calendar Challenge: Joey

Joey lists all the things he's going to do on his calendar. Can your child look over his July plans and answer questions about them?

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