## Time | Later and Earlier 1

This worksheet shows 20 analogue clocks and allows learners to demonstrate that they can tell the time from clocks showing the hour and the half hour. Other questions ask learners to write the time each clock would have shown 15 minutes later / 30 minutes later / 1 hour earlier.answers

## Time | Later and Earlier 2

Here are another 20 analogue clocks providing further practise in telling the time. These clocks mainly show times that are quarter to or quarter past the hour. Further questions ask learners to write the time each clock would have shown 15 minutes later / 45 minutes later / 1 hour 30 minutes earlier.answers

## Time | Later and Earlier 3

This worksheet includes clocks showing 5 past, 10 past, quarter past, 20 past, 25 past, half past, 25 to, 20 to, quarter to, 10 to and 5 to the hour. Additional questions ask learners to write the time each clock would have shown 25 minutes later / 55 minutes earlier / 2 hours 35 minutes later.answers

## Time | Later and Earlier 4

Tip: Learners may well find this worksheet easier if they are provided with a short rule (or 'ruler') to extend the minute hand. This may help them to accurately tell the time as the minute hands on this worksheet often point to times that are harder to read, e.g. 11.27. More questions ask learners to write the time each clock would have shown 18 minutes later / 2 hours 36 minutes earlier / 3 hours 48 minutes later.answers

## Time | 24 hour clock

For each of the 20 analogue clocks shown, the task here is to write what a digital 24-hour clock would have shown if it was either am (after midnight but before midday) or pm (after midday but before midnight).answers

## Time | Digital to Analogue

This worksheet shows 20 analogue 'clocks' without any hands. The task is to show the times (provided in digital format) by drawing hands on the analogue clocks.answers