Elapsed Time Worksheets
Our free, printable elapsed time worksheets help kids develop an understanding of what elapsed time is. Finding elapsed time by reading number lines, drawing hops on number lines to find the time taken to complete an activity, and calculating the missing start, end, or elapsed times are some exercises kids can try their hands on.
These elapsed time worksheets are designed for students of grade 4, grade 5, and grade 6.
Pique the interest of your grade 4 and grade 5 kids with these printable elapsed time worksheets that get kids to read the number lines, identify the start and end times, and figure out the elapsed time.
Up the ante with these pdfs on finding elapsed time where the events spread across a.m. and p.m. Children in 5th grade and 6th grade observe the number line and find the elapsed time effortlessly.
Add a dash of fun as you get kids in 4th grade and 5th grade to draw hops on the number line, plot the start and end times, and calculate the duration.
Bolster your skills in finding the elapsed time with this compilation of worksheets. Children are expected to find the time taken to complete an activity that spreads across a.m. and p.m.
Inculcate a unique sense of time among kids with these worksheets, where the task is for them to figure out the elapsed time in a bunch of relatable scenarios.
Add a twist to your learning with these printable elapsed time worksheets that get students using the number line to figure out when an activity started or ended.
Get children to effortlessly transition from the general to the specific, directing them to hone in on the start or end times depicted in the situations described here.
Find the start time by subtracting elapsed time from the end time, add the start time and elapsed time to find the end time, and deduct the start time from the end time to find the elapsed time.
Witness the concept of elapsed time at play in real life with the help of the word problems in these worksheets, where kids flex their razor-sharp awareness of time.