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Time Facts (1)

In this worksheet, students must know how many seconds, minutes and hours there are in various time periods, including halves and quarters.

'Time Facts (1)' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:  Measurement

Curriculum subtopic:  Know Measurements of Time

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

You should know that there are:

 

60 seconds in 1 minute

60 minutes in 1 hour

24 hours in 1 day

 

 

This means that there are:

30 seconds in ½ minute

15 seconds in ¼ minute

45 seconds in ¾ minute

 

30 minutes in ½ hour

15 minutes in ¼ hour

45 minutes in ¾ hour

 

24 hours in 1 day

12 hours in ½ day

 

 

Example

Ahmed takes 3¼ minutes to eat his breakfast.

How many seconds is this?

 

Answer

1 minute = 60 seconds.

½ minute = 30 seconds.

¼ minute = 15 seconds.

3¼ minutes = 60 + 60 + 60 + 15 = 195 seconds.

Write the missing number below:

 

There are    minutes in 3 hours.

Write the missing number below:

 

There are    seconds in 5 minutes.

Write the missing number below:

 

There are    hours in half a day.

Write the missing number below:

 

There are    seconds in 1½ minutes.

Write the missing number below:

 

There are    seconds in ¼ minute.

Choose the missing number below:

 

90 minutes is the same as    hours.

2



Jack runs a marathon in 4 hours.

How many minutes is this?

 

(Just write the number.)

Ann starts painting a wall at 11:30 a.m. and finishes at 2:00 p.m.

How many minutes did she take?

150

90

930

Write the missing number below:

 

There are    minutes in ¾ hour.

A tube train arrives at a station every 2¼ minutes.

How many seconds is this?

 

(Just write the number.)

  • Question 1

Write the missing number below:

 

There are    minutes in 3 hours.

CORRECT ANSWER
180
EDDIE SAYS
60 minutes = 1 hour
3 × 60 = 180
  • Question 2

Write the missing number below:

 

There are    seconds in 5 minutes.

CORRECT ANSWER
300
EDDIE SAYS
60 seconds = 1 minute
5 × 60 = 300
  • Question 3

Write the missing number below:

 

There are    hours in half a day.

CORRECT ANSWER
12
EDDIE SAYS
24 hours = 1 day
24 ÷ 2 = 12
  • Question 4

Write the missing number below:

 

There are    seconds in 1½ minutes.

CORRECT ANSWER
90
EDDIE SAYS
60 seconds = 1 minute
30 seconds = ½ minute
60 + 30 = 90
  • Question 5

Write the missing number below:

 

There are    seconds in ¼ minute.

CORRECT ANSWER
15
EDDIE SAYS
60 seconds = 1 minute
30 seconds = ½ minute
15 seconds = ¼ minute
  • Question 6

Choose the missing number below:

 

90 minutes is the same as    hours.

CORRECT ANSWER
EDDIE SAYS
60 minutes = 1 hour
30 minutes = ½ hour
  • Question 7

Jack runs a marathon in 4 hours.

How many minutes is this?

 

(Just write the number.)

CORRECT ANSWER
240
EDDIE SAYS
60 minutes = 1 hour
4 × 60 = 240 minutes
  • Question 8

Ann starts painting a wall at 11:30 a.m. and finishes at 2:00 p.m.

How many minutes did she take?

CORRECT ANSWER
150
EDDIE SAYS
She takes 2½ hours.
60 minutes = 1 hour
60 minutes = 1 hour
30 minutes = ½ hour
150 minutes = 2½ hours
  • Question 9

Write the missing number below:

 

There are    minutes in ¾ hour.

CORRECT ANSWER
45
EDDIE SAYS
¼ hour = 15 mins so ¾ hour = 45 mins
  • Question 10

A tube train arrives at a station every 2¼ minutes.

How many seconds is this?

 

(Just write the number.)

CORRECT ANSWER
135
EDDIE SAYS
60 seconds = 1 minute
30 seconds = ½ minute
15 seconds = ¼ minute
60 + 60 + 15 = 135
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