Telling Time

Printable Telling Time worksheets in three levels of difficulty for children who are in first grade through second grade level.

Telling Time to the Half Hour Worksheets I recommend reviewing how to tell time with the child if you have not yet done so. Use either a real clock that is made so that time is easily changed or a printable clock face and hands.

The telling time worksheets follow the same format with multiple choice answers at the top and writing the time at the bottom. Each part has 4 clocks.

The font used in the worksheets is similar to Zaner-Bloser

Telling Time to the Half Hour

The files, each one is a PDF. Read about the levels of difficulty below.

The Answer Sheet- The answers to all of the files that have the header "Telling Time to the Half Hour"

Easy
E1
E2
E3
E4
E5
E6

Medium
M1
M2
M3
M4
M5
M6

Hard
H1
H2
H3
H4
H5
H6

The Levels of Difficulty

Difficulty levels of the groups of worksheets are based on the multiple choice answers.

  • Easy- There are two non-sequential choices in multiple choice
  • Medium - There are two sequential choices in multiple choice
  • Hard - There are three sequential choices in multiple choice, pictured below

Hard: three sequential choices in multiple choice
Hard

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