# Free Printable Telling Time Worksheets for 1st Grade - Calendar Worksheets for Grade 1

## Telling time and calendar activities

Time and date are two relative important concepts responsible for the when of events and happenings in our past, present and future lives. We have here in diverse ways a multiple supply of free printable telling time worksheets for grade 1 which will help our kids learn how to tell time from an analogue and digital clocks.

This exercise has been made very simple for our first graders as they will be molded to tell time only to the whole hour and half hour. In a similar way, our calendar worksheets for grade 1 have been diligently designed to help kids easily master days, dates and weeks of the month.

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These first graders telling time and calendar activities are so entertaining and enthusiastic to kids. This is due to its interesting daily chores word problems, distinguishing a.m. from p.m., exploring the calendar to find days, dates and weeks of a month, identifying and writing the corresponding time.

### Accurately tell the time: flexible with calendars – genuine life skill for kids

The act to accurately tell the time: flexible with calendars is a genuine life skill for kids. This is because from a young age till eternity, you’ll always be interested to know the time and date a particular event took place in the past, present and when it will take place in the next hours, days, weeks etc. This however serve as the best strategy used in programming and managing one’s life accurately

Ooops kiddos, we will always find math in all areas of life, including time and date. Clocks and calendars are brilliant numeric tools.

In addition, kids will hugely enhance their addition skills as they engage in our time and clock word problems exercise. From an enticing analogy, they will easily determine the duration of an activity by simply adding its number of hours to the time it began.

Moreover, in order to easily master the difference between a.m. and p.m., think of them as;

• am. (ante meridiem) means before midday→ activities done in the morning before 12:oo
• pm. (post meridiem) means after midday→ activities done as from 12:00 in the afternoon and above

Let’s crown the above discrepancy with an example

“I take my breakfast at 8:00a.m, and I go to bed at 8:00p.m”

Most notably, for kids to master the difference between o’clock and thirty, they need to know that;

• For o’clock, the long hand in the analogue clock must point to 12.
• For thirty, the long hand in the analogue clock must point to 6.
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