Telling the Time (2)

In this worksheet, students tell the time from a standard clock face.

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Measurement

Curriculum subtopic:   Tell/Write the Time

Difficulty level:

QUESTION 1 of 10

Clocks have an hour hand and a minute hand (and sometimes a second hand)

The hour hand is shown in red.  It is SHORTER.

The minute hand is shown in green.  It is LONGER.

The hour hand uses the numbers shown on the clock face.

It is pointing to between 9 and 10, so we know it is after 9 o'clock but before 10 o'clock.

The minute hand does not use the numbers on the clock face.

We must multiply them by 5 to get the minutes.

It is pointing to 5 which is really 5 x 5 = 25 minutes.

So the time shown is    9:25

Choose the clockface which shows the time 7:40

A

B

C

Choose the clockface which shows the time 8:40

A

B

C

Choose the clockface which shows the time 7:35

A

B

C

Choose the clockface which shows the time 10:30

A

B

C

Choose the clockface which shows the time 5:55

A

B

C

Choose the clockface which shows the time 10:25

A

B

C

Choose the clockface which shows the time 10:10

A

B

C

None of them

Choose the clockface which shows the time 1:10

A

B

C

None of them

Choose the clockface which shows the time 1:50

A

B

C

None of them

Choose the clockface which shows the time 11:08

A

B

C

None of them

• Question 1

Choose the clockface which shows the time 7:40

A
• Question 2

Choose the clockface which shows the time 8:40

C
• Question 3

Choose the clockface which shows the time 7:35

B
• Question 4

Choose the clockface which shows the time 10:30

C
• Question 5

Choose the clockface which shows the time 5:55

A
• Question 6

Choose the clockface which shows the time 10:25

B
• Question 7

Choose the clockface which shows the time 10:10

B
• Question 8

Choose the clockface which shows the time 1:10

None of them
• Question 9

Choose the clockface which shows the time 1:50

C
• Question 10

Choose the clockface which shows the time 11:08

None of them
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