3rd Grade Worksheet on Time

In 3rd Grade Time Worksheet we will solve the problems on reading times in 5-minute intervals, quarter past and quarter to, read and write the time shown on the given clocks in two ways, expressing time in a.m. and p.m., duration of time, 24-hours clock, converting 12-hours clock to 24-hour clock, converting 24-hour clock to a.m. or p.m., conversion of time, conversion of months into years, word problems on time.

I. Write T for true and F for false

(i) The hour hand takes 12 hours to complete one round.

(ii) The hour hand makes one complete round in a day.

(iii) The minute hand completes one round in 12 hours.

(iv) a.m. is used to say time from 12 noon to 12 midnight.

(v) p.m. is used to say time from 12 noon to 12 midnight.


II. Write time in 24 – hours form for each clock:

Time in 24-Hours Form

III. Draw hands to show the time 2 hours after the given time in each set of clocks.

Time 2 Hours After

IV. When time is quarter passed, which number does the minute hand point to?

V. Quarter to an hour is equal to ........... minutes.

VI. Take the current year calendar and write the day of your birth date.

VII. Convert the following time as directed:

(i) 7 hours 55 minutes into minutes

(ii) 2 days into hours

(iii) 6 hours into minutes

(iv) 2 days 5 hours into hours

 

VIII. Write the correct time in two ways for each clock in the given box.

Time in Two Ways


IX. Convert the following 12 hour clock time to 24 hour clock time.

(i) 3:20 a.m.

(ii) 9:30 p.m.

(iii) 12:10 a.m.

(iv) 8:40 p.m.


X. Convert the following 24 hours clock time to 12 hour clock time using a.m. or p.m.

(i) 1642 hours

(ii) 0450 hours

(iii) 0720 hours

(iv) 2210 hours


XI. Convert 6 hours 30 minutes into minutes.

XII. Convert 8 days 3 hours into hours.

XIII. Convert 4 years into months.

XIV. When time is half past the hour, which number does the minute hand point to?

XV. If Sam sleeps for 9 hours a day, then express the time spent in minutes.


XVI. Tick () the correct options:

(i) Clock tell us -

(a) current week

(b) current time

(c) current month

(d) current year


(ii) A week has -

(a) 4 days

(b) 6 days

(c) 10 days

(d) 7 days


(iii) One month has -

(a) 30/31 days

(b) 40/41 days

(c) 28/29 days

(d) 35/36 days

(iv) A year has -

(a) 30 days 

(b) 365 days

(c) 421 days

(d) 31 days


(v) An hour has -

(a) 50 minutes

(b) 60 minutes

(c) 30 minutes

(d) 31 minutes


VII. Fill in the blanks:

(i) There are _____ months in a year.

(ii) There are _____ days in a month.

(iii) 1 minute = _____ seconds.

(iv) 1 year = _____ months.

(v) 1 day = _____ hours.

(vi) 1 week = _____ days.


VIII. State 'T' for True and 'F' for False:

(i) Movement of hour hand from one number to another is called one hour passed.

(ii) In a clock, the short hand tell us days.

(iii) 10:10 in the clock means the time is 10 past 10.

(iv) Railway timetables always show the time using the 24 hour clock.

(v) Quarter of an hour is same as 45 minutes.

Answers for the 3rd Grade Worksheet on Time are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions on measurement of time.



Answers:

I. (i) T

(ii) F

(iii) F

(iv) F

(v) T

 

II. (i) 0715 hours

(ii) 1325 hours

(iii) 1555 hours

(iv) 0725 hours

(v) 0520 hours


III. 

2 Hours after Time


IV. 3

V. 15 minutes

VI. 

VII. (i) 475 minutes

(ii) 48 hours

(iii) 360 minutes

(iv) 53 hours


VIII. (i) 2:15, 15 minutes past 2

(ii) 7:30, half past 7

(iii) 4:15, 15 minutes past 4

(iv) 8:00, 8 o'clock

(v) 8:30, half past 8

(vi) 5:45, Quarter to 6

(vii) 4:45, Quarter to 5

(viii) 3:00, 3 o'clock

(ix) 1:45, Quarter to 2

(x) 12:30, half past 12

(xi) 11:15, Quarter past 11

(xii) 42:15, 15 minutes past 4


IX. (i) 0320 hours

(ii) 2130 hours

(iii) 0010 hours

(iv) 2040 hours


X. (i) 4:42 p.m.

(ii) 4:50 a.m.

(iii) 7:20 a.m.

(iv) 10:10 p.m.


XI. 390 minutes

XII. 195 hours

XIII. 48 months

XIV. 6

XV. 540 minutes


XVI. (i) (b) current time

(ii) (d) 7 days

(iii) (a) 30/31 days

(iv) (b) 365 days

(v) (b) 60 minutes


VII. (i) 12

(ii) 30

(iii) 60

(iv) 12

(v) 24

(vi) 7


VIII. (i) T

(ii) F

(iii) T

(iv) T

(v) F




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