Use a clock worksheet to cut, paste and build a clock with five minute increments.
Learn How to Tell Time with a Printable Clock Face
Learning to tell time can be tricky, especially when trying to read the minute hand accurately. Students may find it hard to understand the differences between the different 5-minute intervals on a clock, which can be frustrating for them. To help students learn to tell time y, we’ve come up with a solution that turns the learning process into a hands-on experience.
Cut, Paste, and Build a Clock with a Printable Clock Worksheet
Looking for a new way to teach time-reading skills to students? Try our newest telling time cut-and-paste activity! This worksheet features a clock face and numbers that students can cut out and use to practise placing the numbers in the correct positions. This hands-on approach helps kids and to remember what they’ve learned more easily.
The clock face is designed to be easy on the eyes and emphasizes the 5-minute intervals. By looking at the clock and placing the numbers in the right spots, kids will learn how the minute hand relates to the numbers on the clock face.
Easily Prepare Your Clock Handouts PDF Resource
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