Printable Clock and Clock Worksheets
All of my clocks have the minute ticks on them. With the 12 Blank Clocks sheet, you can take advantage of the minute ticks and make advanced practice sheets for your child by using times such as 11:37 or 9:12. *Be certain that the hour hand gets drawn in its "real" place when you use the sheets with the blank clocks.
I recommend printing on card stock. Supplies and instructions are listed on the file.
Make a Teaching Clock
Instructions are included on the file.
I made the worksheets in a drawing program.
Draw the clock hands
These are all easy: 12:00, 1:00, 2:00, etc..
Write the time
These are easy: 12:00, 1:00, 2:00, etc..
12 Blank clocks
Handy for customized practice.
Whose space is this?
What time is it? - Layout A
The worksheets in this group uses layout A. Layout A has these features -
- Wording - "What time is it? Please look at each clock and write the time on the line."
- 12 clock faces
- Traceable numbers across the bottom - 0....5....10....15 (to 55) - this is to aid the student in counting the minutes
- Most, but not all, worksheets will have 12 unique minute hand positions.
- The number of represented hours will vary and that is how these worksheets are grouped. Use the worksheets with fewer hours represented when you want to focus more on the minutes.
- Group 1- Worksheets Hour 1 through Hour 5 have all 60 of the minute hand positions represented.
- Group 5 - Worksheet #5 is the easiest out of this group because the time on 11 out of 12 clock end with zero or five.
- Blank- Layout A with blank clock faces