Second-grade - Math concepts
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- Telling Time on the Quarter Hour: Match It
This worksheet serves up plenty of time practice for kids who need that extra nudge.
- Telling Time to Five Minutes
Kids practice telling time to five minutes by reading the clocks and writing the time in digital form.
- Telling Time to Five Minutes: Draw the Time
Kids practice telling time by drawing hands on the clocks to match the times given.
- Tell the Time! 1
For this second grade math worksheet, kids look at each analog clock, determine the time, and write the time in the space provided.
- Telling Time: My Day
Kids draw hands on the clocks to show the time they do things each day, from eating breakfast in the morning to watching TV at night.
- Calculate Elapsed Time
Boost your second grader's time savvy with a lesson in elapsed time.
- Practice Test: Telling Time
From reading a clock to adding time, this quick quiz covers a variety of second grade time concepts.
- Clock Work: Telling Time
Tick-tock, watch the clock! Help your child practice telling time with an analog clock.
- Telling Time: On the Hour or Half Hour?
Test your second grader's time telling skills by challenging her to write the time shown on each clock.
- Learning to Tell Time: Quarter Hour
Kids test their time savvy by drawing hands on the clock to show the quarter hour given.
- Telling Time: On the Half Hour
Tackle telling time on the half hour with this handy worksheet.
- Telling Time: Five Minutes
Telling time can be tough, but with the help of this easy worksheet, it can be a breeze!
- Going to the Zoo: What Time is It?
In this second grade math worksheet, your child will practice telling time by drawing the hands on clocks, then adding up the total amount of time passed.
- Telling the Time Made Easy!
Telling the time is made easy in this worksheet with six clocks all displaying different times. Read the clock and write the time in the space provided.
- Telling Time: What Time Is It?
For this second grade math worksheet, kids look at each analog clock, determine the time, and draw a line to connect the clock with the digital time.
- Quarter Till vs. Quarter Past: Draw the Time
Help time expressions like "quarter 'til" sink in for your child with this drawing worksheet. They'll draw hands on the clocks to practice telling time.
- Understanding Time
Help the concept of time sink in for your second grader with this worksheet that asks her to answer a few questions about Nina's busy schedule.
- Telling Time: Word Problems at the Library
Packed with time word problems set at the Natural History Museum, this worksheet helps kids practice telling and adding time.
- Telling Time with Belated Billy
Flex your time muscles by practicing telling time on the quarter hour.
- Clock Work #1
Tick-tock, it's time to learn about clocks! Here's a fun activity that lets your second grader practice telling time.
- Telling Time: Quarter Till and Quarter Past
Boost your second grader's time telling skills with a lesson on the time expressions "quarter till" and "quarter past".
- Time On Your Side #1
This worksheet will help your second grader practice telling time with 4 unique and fun activities.
- Reading Clocks
Help your second grader get accustomed to the brand new world of reading clocks with this adorable printable!
- Time Trial: How Much Can You Do in 1 Minute?
Turn your child's competitive nature into a learning exercise with this energetic worksheet. How many times can he do each action in 1 minute?