A list of online games for clock and telling time
This is an annotated and hand-picked list of online games, tools, worksheets, and activities that you can use to help your children or students tell time or read the clock. I have tried to gather a variety of resources and have personally checked out each website, to make sure it is truly useful for my site visitors!
Interactive clock to practice telling time
Show children how to tell time with this interactive clock (analog or digital). You can limit the time to the half hours, quarter hours, or to 10, 5, and 1 minute. Generate a random time to let students practice telling time.
Set the clock's hands to the given time. Four different levels.
www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/earlymath/on_time_game1.htm Clock Shoot
A game where you need to click on the clock with the matching time (analog/digital). Three different levels: whole hours, half hours, or quarter hours.
That Quiz: Time
Online quizzes for all time-related topics: reading the clock, time passed, adding/subtracting with time, conversion of time units, and time zones practice. The quizzes have many levels, can be timed or not, and include lots of options for customization. Easy to use and set up.
Math Mammoth Clock
A self-teaching worktext for 1st - 3rd grades that covers telling time (reading the clock), AM/PM, elapsed time, using the calendar, and changing time units. Available as a download ($4.75) and also as a printed copy.
Telling Time Worksheets
Make printable clock face worksheets for telling time to the hour, to the half hour, to quarter hour, to 5-minute intervals, or to the minute. Available both in PDF and html formats. The page includes both ready-made worksheets for grades 1, 2, and 3, and a versatile worksheet generator.
A matching game for two players where you match the analog time given by the clock to a digital time given by cards, but just like in a normal matching game, you need to click on a card to flip it and see the digital time.
Elapsed Time Worksheets
Generate printable worksheets for elapsed time. You can practice the elapsed time, finding the starting time, or finding the ending time. The time interval can be to the accuracy of 1 minute, 5 minutes, 10 minutes, 15 minutes, 30 minutes, or whole hours.
Elapsed Time Line
This interactive tool shows 2 clocks that have draggable fingers to set a "from" and "to" time, and a number line. You can demonstrate how to use a number line to calculate elapsed time.
A Matter of Time
Lesson plans for telling time, interactive activities, and some materials to print.
Plug in a time, and the clock runs till it reaches it, or clock runs to a time and you type it in.
The Right Time
A couple of interactive exercises about reading the clock.
A Visual Way to Solve Elapsed Time Problems
This is a very natural, simple way to find out how much time elapses between two given clock times, and is exactly the way I also teach it.
Time Calculations from BBC BiteSize
Three pages of examples of time calculations, followed by a 10-question quiz.
This workbook has been compiled and tested by a team of math experts to increase your child's confidence, enjoyment, and success at school. Second Grade: Provides practice at all the major topics for Grade 2 with emphasis on addition and subtraction of larger numbers. Includes a review of Grade 1 topics and a preview of topics in Grade 3.