You'll find a printable clock worksheet for several levels: digital, analog, and Roman numeral clocks.
Once your student can count and add well, and knows the 5 times table; telling time is easy to learn. Practice telling time with these time worksheets.
Telling time worksheets are handy for teaching little ones to count to twelve as a preschool activity. Eleven and twelve are tricky numbers to remember and the clock keeps them in linear order around the circle like a number line does, yet this "line" can be seen wherever there is a clock.
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After your students have learned skip counting by five or some of their multiplication tables, especially the fives table, they are ready to learn to tell time on an analog clock.
The best way to do it is simply to do it. Repeating the clock numbers and the fives table often will make learning to tell time much easier and even automatic, especially if you show the numbers as you move your hand around the analog clock.
Time is often easy for kids to learn, yet some have a real difficult time with the analog face and do not see the time "at a glance".
I think that practice skip counting by five around the clock is very helpful so that they can figure it if they cannot see it, at least I've had several times where this simple exercise lit the light bulb for students who hadn't made the connection. One of my brightest children had the hardest time of all our children learning to tell time.
Learning the numbers of the clock face is handy for those children who use the Orton or Spalding Phonics courses since the round letters use the clock vocabulary. Clock faced letters begin at 2 on the clock as this is the very trick that helps form the roundness of the letters.
Color an analog clock face, cut out the hands. Teach how to tell time by moving the hands around the clock face and telling or quizzing as needed. This is more useful if you are able to print this onto card stock. The logo is removed from the PDF.
This PDF has three worksheets for clocks that offer space to copy the numbers that go with the analog clock face.
These time worksheets can be read in order, if you show the order to your student - up and down. They are very easy, and give practice that is in numerical order for a great start.
Our Roman Numeral clock face worksheet shows that most clock faces use IIII instead of IV for the number four (4). We also turn the numbers level for easy learning practice. Learn more about Roman Numerals on our Roman Numerals Chart page.
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