# Printable Clock Face

Making use of a printable clock face is a necessary part of teaching time, which is one of five main areas of measurement in elementary math.  Can you imagine if we had to wait that hour to find the position of the hand for the next question? It would take forever to teach our kids time!

## Printable Clock

Use this printable clock face for a quick and easy way to have your kids telling time on the analogue clock.  Just don't forget to have them stipulate AM or PM!

Click on the image of the set you wish to print, to be taken to the Pdf Download.

 It isn't shown in the image here, but the clock face printable, also contains arrows for the clock hands, and some basic instructions as to what to do with it.

Mastering the skill of telling time with an analogue clock follows a natural list.

• Half Hours
• Minutes before and minutes after
• When this is mastered, kids start solving problems of elapsed time with unit conversion between days, hours and minutes.

You can get a complete breakdown of the step by step process in our Grade Level Expectations section.

Because of this, I wanted to make this printable clock face suitable for everyone.  If you are only just starting on telling time with your kid, consider removing the minutes on the clock face - they will most likely be distracting.

As you move on through the different stages, where mastering the concept of minutes is your main focus, leave the minutes on.

But when minutes should be mastered, remove the minutes again!

Hopefully you can get exactly what you need here. If there is something very particular you are looking for, please don't hesitate to contact me.  I will do what I can to get you it.

And don't forget to check out all the other great printable manipulatives I have available for you here.

## Consider this.

When you print off the clock face, consider gluing onto something stronger - a paper plate works great, and perhaps some regular card for the clock hands.

Do this BEFORE assembling the hands to the clock face.

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