Telling time and calculating elapsed time might take effort to master. Below we have provided free and printable easy elapsed time worksheets for you to use at home or in the classroom. Just like the tag, these elapsed time worksheets are from the easiest out there on the web. All tasks require your kids or students to calculate the elapsed time. Ask your kids to read the time then fill in the provided space.
Read and write the times shown on the clocks. These are printable easy elapsed time worksheets for teaching students to tell time on analog clocks. For younger kids, it is a challenge to remember that there are 60 minutes in an hour, 24 hours a day, and a day is divided into a.m. and p.m. That’s why we provided all the clock face in analog. Digital clocks might be easier to read, but they also take away the visual image of a hand moving around a clock face. You may view the details of each one of these time worksheets by clicking on the image.
This worksheet pack asks your student to read the analog clocks and find the elapsed time. Building up to competency telling time requires a lot of practice, and these worksheets will be much of a help. Start with the worksheets that tell time on the whole hours then work on telling time to the minutes to become completely comfortable with reading any position on the clock face. You will also find versions that have clock faces with and without numbers.
Once your student has learned to tell time, learning how to tell how much time has elapsed is the next step! Have the students practice elapsed time with this extensive set of elapsed time worksheets. This set of elapsed time worksheets is perfect for practice!