# Worksheet - Telling Time

This lesson contains a worksheet on time. You can use this for a math lesson.

First, you will copy the worksheet so that each student will have a copy.

Then, you will illustrate an example on the board so that students will know what to do.

Example: What is the time in hours for 120 minutes?

The answer is 2 hours.

Example: 150 minutes = 2 1/2 hours

After that, you can pass out the worksheets so they can work independently.
Worksheet - Telling Time

Part One - Time in Minutes

Directions: Write the answers in the blanks to the following questions.

1. What is the time in minutes when it is 10:30? ______

2. What is the time in minutes when it is 10:50? ______

3. What is the time in minutes when it is 12:45? _____

4. What is the time in minutes when it is 1:25? _____

5. What is the time in minutes when it is 3:40? _____

6. What is the difference in time between 5:00 and 2:00? _____

7. What is the difference in time between 6:45 and 2:20? ______

8. What is the difference in time between 8:50 and 6:30? ______

9. What is the difference in time between 8:30 and 3:30? ______

10. What is the difference in tme between 12:00 PM and 11:00 PM? _____

Part Two - Time in Hours

Directions: Write the following times in hours and minutes.

1. 150 minutes _____

2. 135 minutes _____

3. 210 minutes _____

4. 165 minutes _____

5. 360 minutes _____

6. 60 minutes _____

7. 180 minutes _____

8. 240 minutes _____

9. 90 minutes _____

10. 30 minutes _____

Answer Sheet

Part One - Time in Minutes

1. 30 minutes

2. 50 minutes

3. 45 minutes

4. 25 minutes

5. 40 minutes

6. 3 hours

7. 4 hours and 25 minutes

8. 2 hours and 20 minutes

9. 5 hours

10. 11 hours

Part Two - Time in Hours

1. 2 1/2 hours

2. 2 ¼ hours

3. 3 1/2 hours

4. 1 ¾ hours

5. 6 hours

6. 1 hour

7. 3 hours

8. 4 hours

9. 1 1/2 hours

10. 1/2 hour

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