### Draw the Time to the Half Hour with Big Clocks #3

Drawing the time to the half hour can be a little tricky. Remember to draw the minute hand on the 6 and the hour hand just after the hour.

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Drawing the time to the half hour can be a little tricky. Remember to draw the minute hand on the 6 and the hour hand just after the hour.

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Can you tell the time to the half hour? Well, this worksheet will give you plenty of practice to get those skills down. Try your best!

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When filling in this telling time worksheet you can see that the colon is already filled in for you. Write the hour and the minutes as :30.

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Sing as you fill in the times on these clock faces. Telling time to the half hour is a newly advanced skill you should be happy about mastering!

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Can you imagine all 12 of these clocks ringing at the same time? or at least once every hour? Look at the times carefully and write them on the lines.

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How many ways can you say it’s half past the hour? There are several, but in this worksheet all you need to do is write the hour and :30. Easy as pie!

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Kids can have a great time checking out these clocks and writing the times on the lines! When they’re done they can count and point to 1:30, 2:30, 3:30, etc.

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Get your game on, kids! It’s time to really challenge your time-telling abilities with 16 smaller clocks on this page. Show us what you’ve got!

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Have your kids keep up the good work with telling time to the half hour and try out this worksheet. Use as a time filler, practice, or as an assessment sheet.

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Challenge your kids to go for the gold! Have them fill in this telling time to the half hour worksheet and see if they can get all the times correct.

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Draw the time to the half hour by being very careful to draw the hour hand in the right place, just a bit after the hour number. Answer sheet included.

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Draw the time to the half hour on each round clock. There are only nine clocks to the half hour. Which three are missing? Can you figure it out?

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Here are nine round clocks for your kids to practice drawing the time to the half hour. Make sure they remember to put the long hand on the 6!

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How can you tell what time it is? By looking at the clock, silly. So take a good look at these clocks and draw the times on all the clocks to the half hour.

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For every one of the times kids will draw to the half hour on these clocks the minute hand goes in the same place. Can your kids tell you where that is?

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What would these alarm clocks be used for? What would kids do at half past the hour? Have them choose one of the times and say what they might do at that time?

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