Converting Time

Age Range: 7 - 11
By: Emma Leigh

Converting Time

This very simple but effective worksheet is designed to let children convert different ways of writing the time. On the sheet, there is a table with a number of blank spaces. The children should fill in the blanks, using the appropriate method of writing the time (e.g. in words, using the 24 hour clock, or using the 12 hour clock).

The worksheet is available to download below. The answers are also given below:

Time in words
24 hour clock
12 hour clock
seven o’clock in the evening
19:00
07:00pm
quarter to ten in the morning
09:45
09:45am
twenty past two in the afternoon
14:20
02:20pm
quarter past ten in the evening
22:15
10:15pm
midnight
00:00
12:00am
midday
12:00
12:00pm
quarter past two in the morning
02:15
02:15am
half past eleven in the evening
23:30
11:30pm
quarter past eight in the morning
08:15
08:15am
quarter to seven in the morning
06:45
06:45am
twenty past seven in the morning
07:20
07:20am
quarter past nine in the evening
21:15
09:15pm
quarter to nine in the evening
20:45
8:45pm
half past ten in the morning
10:30
10:30am
10 past 7 in the evening
19:10
07:10pm
twenty to two in the morning
01:40
01:40am
ten to two in the afternoon
13:50
1:50pm
17 minutes past 4 in the afternoon
16:17
4:17pm

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mchunter

a very useful worksheet for reinforcing the concept of analogue and digital times. Thank you very much!

Rating: 
4

Lauren

Great

Rating: 
4