This time we have free and printable blank clock faces that you can use to teach your kids about time. These free clock face templates can also be used to fit in your lesson plans. You may select many clock faces to be printed. These sheets are ideal to print off for children learning the time. Check out the clock faces in the following images below!
Children start learning about clock and time when they are very young. Some children even learn to tell time before they start school. In kindergarten or 1st grade, children usually learn to tell time to the whole hour and half hours. Then in 2nd grade, they learn to tell time to the five-minute intervals, and lastly, in 3rd grade, tell time to the minute. This printable sheet collection contains five free clock face templates for your kids to draw hands onto and/or for you to then ask children to write the time in words underneath each. These telling time worksheets give students practice in reading analog clocks. All clock faces use a 12-hour clock.
These grade 2 worksheets help students learn to read a traditional (analog) clock-face. Begin with questions about “whole hours” (3 o’clock, etc.) and progress to half fours, quarter hours, and 5 and 1-minute intervals. This is a one-page resource that teachers/ educators can use to teach their students about time. Our blank sheet is perfect for educators, whether you decide to draw in the hands and challenge the pupils to write down the time, or vice versa. It’s useful for a quick ‘telling the time quiz’ too.
When kids are learning to tell the time, it can be helpful for them to have some practice clocks. You can also laminate the clocks, so they can be reused over and over again. You can click on the template for each clock!