Check out the following collection of free and printable time elapsed worksheets that we have provided below! This Time Worksheet collection has varied some levels such as telling the elapsed time by 30 minutes, 20 minutes, 15 minutes, 10 minutes, 5 minutes, and 1 minute. This time worksheet is appropriate for 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, and 3rd Grade. Check out the first one in the image posted below!
These time elapsed worksheets are designed for kids to learn every step of telling time. Working with analog style clocks is a big step though as it involves an understanding of hours and minutes, addition, subtraction, and the 12-hour system. In teaching the students, you can begin with the “whole hours” (3 o’clock, 4 o’clock, etc) and progress to half fours, quarter hours and 5 and 1-minute intervals. This time elapsed worksheet set is perfect for kids who need practice with time.
Our telling elapsed time worksheets help students learn to read a traditional (analog) clock-face. We have four versions of our math worksheet on elapsed time and one analog guide for teaching. Students are shown an analog clock and are asked to write down the time it will be after a certain period. For more practice on time telling and reading a calendar, check out our second-grade time worksheets.
Students use their understanding of time to know changes in hours or minutes for each word problem in this math worksheet. Use these elapsed time worksheets in your classroom or at home to assist your student in developing this skill. Simply click on the worksheet title to view the details or to download the image. The worksheets can be used as in-class independent practice or group activities or assigned for take-home or homework.