Time Worksheets

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How to make Time Worksheets:

Telling Time Worksheets
  1. Choose your desired Clock Face
  2. Enter your title.
  3. Enter your custom instructions (if desired).
  4. Choose how many clocks on the worksheet.
  5. Enter desired options, including increments and problem style (i.e. No Hands?)
  6. Click on green "Generate Time Worksheet" button.
  7. Print your custom Telling Time Wroksheet!
Choose clock face:



Beginning students should use this clock.

The faces in this column do not have *some* minute ticks (i.e. minute 14, 15, 16, 44, 45, 46, 59, 00, 01). They are NOT incorrect clock faces, but should only be used with more advanced students.


Time Worksheet Title:
Number of Clocks on Worksheet: (max: 12)
Padding between problems. Choose a smaller number here if the clocks are being cut off on your printer.
Answer Line Height Makes more room to write. (By Request)
Number the problems? Yes
Choose times for problems:

Any Minute, Any hour
5 Minute Increments, Any hour
10 Minute Increments, Any hour
15 Minute Increments, Any hour
30 Minute Increments, Any hour
Only on the hour, Any hour

Enter your own custom times *NEW* (By Request)

Show clock face with no hands, but with the time. Students can draw the hands in.

Put hands on the clock
Do not put hands on the clock (+more choices available with this option)

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