# Telling the Time: Roman Numeral Clock Faces (2)

In this worksheet, students must select the time that matches the given Roman Numeral clock face. Quarter past and quarter to times are shown.

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Measurement

Curriculum subtopic:   Tell the Time (Roman Numerals from I to XII)

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

Here are two clocks.

One has normal numbers. One has Roman Numerals.

They both show the same time.

The long blue hand is pointing to the 3 or III, which is a quarter way round, so the time will be something 15 or a quarter past.

The short red hand is pointing to between the 5 and the 6 or the V and the VI, so the time is:

5:15

or a quarter past 5.

Here are another two clocks.

One has normal numbers. One has Roman Numerals.

They both show the same time.

The long blue hand is pointing to the 9 or IX, which is three-quarters the way round, so the time will be something 45 or a quarter to the next hour.

The short red hand is pointing to between the 3 and the 4 or the III and the IV, so the time is:

3:45

or a quarter to 4.

Which time is shown on the clock?

7:15

3:15

8:15

Which time is shown on the clock?

3:45

3:09

Which time is shown on the clock?

7:45

6:45

9:34

Which time is shown on the clock?

quarter to 11

quarter past 11

11:45

11:15

Write the time shown on the clock.

Use a colon : to separate the hour from the minutes (e.g. 7:30).

Write the time shown on the clock.

Use a colon : to separate the hour from the minutes (e.g. 7:30).

Write the time shown on the clock.

Use a colon : to separate the hour from the minutes (e.g. 7:30).

Which time is shown on the clock?

11:45

12:45

quarter to 11

quarter to 12

Which time is shown on the clock?

quarter past 3

quarter to 2

quarter past 2

Which time is shown on the clock?

quarter past 10

quarter to 10

quarter to 9

• Question 1

Which time is shown on the clock?

7:15
EDDIE SAYS
The short hand is pointing to between the 7 and the 8.
The long hand is pointing to 3, which is 15 minutes (mins).
• Question 2

Which time is shown on the clock?

3:45
EDDIE SAYS
The short hand is pointing to between the 3 and the 4.
The long hand is pointing to 9, which is 45 mins.
• Question 3

Which time is shown on the clock?

6:45
EDDIE SAYS
The short hand is pointing to between the 6 and the 7.
The long hand is pointing to 9, which is 45 mins.
• Question 4

Which time is shown on the clock?

quarter past 11
11:15
EDDIE SAYS
The short hand is pointing to between the 11 and the 12.
The long hand is pointing to 3, which is 15 minutes or quarter past.
• Question 5

Write the time shown on the clock.

Use a colon : to separate the hour from the minutes (e.g. 7:30).

05:45
5:45
EDDIE SAYS
The short hand is pointing to between the 5 and the 6.
The long hand is pointing to 9, which is 45 mins.
• Question 6

Write the time shown on the clock.

Use a colon : to separate the hour from the minutes (e.g. 7:30).

08:15
8:15
EDDIE SAYS
The short hand is pointing to between the 8 and the 9.
The long hand is pointing to 3, which is 15 mins.
• Question 7

Write the time shown on the clock.

Use a colon : to separate the hour from the minutes (e.g. 7:30).

01:15
1:15
EDDIE SAYS
The short hand is pointing to between the 1 and the 2.
The long hand is pointing to 3, which is 15 mins.
• Question 8

Which time is shown on the clock?

11:45
quarter to 12
EDDIE SAYS
The short hand is pointing to between the 11 and the 12.
The long hand is pointing to 9, which is 45 mins or a quarter to.
• Question 9

Which time is shown on the clock?

quarter past 2
EDDIE SAYS
The short hand is pointing to between the 2 and the 3.
The long hand is pointing to 3, which is quarter past or 15 mins.
• Question 10

Which time is shown on the clock?

quarter to 10
EDDIE SAYS
The short hand is pointing to between the 9 and the 10.
The long hand is pointing to 9, which is quarter to or 45 mins.
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