Introduce children in pre-k, preschool, and kindergarten age child to telling time on a clock with these super cute, Polar Express Printables. These Telling the Time Worksheets are a fun train themed Kindergarten math activity that is sure to make learning fun in December or any time you want to work on learning to tell time! Concentrating on learning the o’clock and half-past times, these worksheets are a great way to introduce time and reading a clock to your children.
Telling the Time Worksheets
These telling the time worksheets are such a fun way for kindergartners to practice telling time to the half hour and to the hour! Plus, these time worksheets are so easy to prepare they are practically print and go! Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler – you will love that these kindergarten math worksheets allow you to practice using a clock, while having fun in December. Use these as extra practice, math center in your classroom, or as a supplement to your homeschool math curriculum.
Telling time worksheets pdf
The only prep is on the first page, where the numbers and hands will need to be cut out. The hands can be attached with a brad while children will need to glue the numbers onto the correct positions that they appear on a clock. They can then use this clock to help them with learning to tell the time.
These worksheets focus on o’clock and half past times, so are good for introducing children to a clock and how to tell the time as well as for review for those who have learnt these basics, before they move onto learning quarter past and quarter to times.
Telling the time exercises
In this pack, other than the clock, there are four different activities:
- The first activity involves children reading the time on a digital clock and then completing the answer by filling in what time it is. There is one page for o’clock times and one for half-past times.
- The next activity involves children reading a certain time on an analogue time and coloring in the matching time. They will need to read the time on all the clocks, but only color in the ones that match with the clock at the bottom of the page. These pages could be laminated and children could use a pom pom, counter or mini eraser to mark the correct answers.
- The third activity involves children reading the time on an analogue clock and writing how it would appear on a digital clock.
- The fourth activity involves children reading the time on a digital clock and then drawing the hands as they should appear on an analogue clock.
This printable pack comes in black and white only, which should save you on printer ink costs.
Polar Express Printables
Looking for more polar express worksheets to make learning a variety of skills fun in December? Check these free Christmas worksheets out:
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Telling Time Activities for Kids
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