Sketching time on analog clocks worksheets including various clock options for second hands and minute intervals.
Converting time worksheets.
Elapsed time worksheets in hours, minutes and seconds.
Elapsed time refers to the amount of time that has passed between a start time and a finish time. This can be challenging to students if they are not completely familiar with the base 60 system used for second, minutes and hours, and the fact that there are 24 hours a day sometimes split into morning and afternoon times.
Elapsed time worksheets in years, months, weeks and days.
All of the time worksheets below are based on a three column table with 10 rows. Each different version of the elapsed time table will challenge students in different ways. The worksheets that ask students to find the end date are given a start date and an elapsed time. These worksheets work well for starting at a specific point and counting up. The worksheets that ask students to find the start date, elapsed time or the end date will have random blanks in the table, so students may have to figure out the elapsed time forwards or backwards. Below you will find various challenges including elapsed time with days only, then we progressively add weeks, months, and years to the worksheets.
Please note that when finding future dates, it is important to start with the largest unit first and progress to the smaller units. For example, if the start date is February 8, 2000 and the elapsed time is 3 years, 2 months, 3 weeks and 6 days, you would add the three years first to get February 8, 2003. Next, add the months to get April 8, 2003. Finally, add the weeks and days to get May 5, 2003. You can add the weeks and days together as they are both exact lengths whereas years and months vary in size.