Worksheet on Measuring Time

Practice the worksheet on measuring time, the questions is related to time, day, months and year.

We know, time, day, months and year are related to each other.      

      1 year = 365 days

1 leap year = 366 days

        1 year = 12 months


1. Fill in the boxes according to the time shown on the clock.

(i) Morning Assembly

The hour hand is at _____ .

The minute hand is at 12.

The time is:

Read: o'clock

Write: 9:00

Morning Assembly

(ii) Games Period

The hour hand is at _____ .

The minute hand is at 12.

The time is:

Read: 10 o'clock

Write: _____

 Games Period

(iii) Lunch Time

The hour hand is at _____ .

The minute hand is at _____ .

The time is:

Read: _____ o'clock

Write: _____

Lunch Time

(iv) Playing Time

The hour hand is at _____ .

The minute hand is at _____ .

The time is:

Read: _____ o'clock

Write: _____

Playing Time


2. Fill in the blanks.

(i) Friday comes after __________ .

(ii) 1 week = _____ days. So, 7 weeks = _____ days.

(iii) The month of November falls between October and __________ .

(iv) 1 year = 365 days. So, 2 years = _____ days.


3. Fill in the blanks:

(i) January has __________ days.

(ii) There are normally __________ days in February.

(iii) There are __________ days in the month of February in a leap year.

(iv) __________ months of a year having 30 days. These months are __________, __________,  __________ and __________ .

(v) There are __________ months of a year having 31 days each. These months are __________, __________,_________, __________,__________, __________ and __________ .

(vi) There are normally __________ days in a year.

(vii) In a leap year there are __________ days.

(viii) There are __________ months in a year.

(ix) The last month of the year is __________.

(x) The first and last, both months of the year have __________ days each.


4. Answer the following questions:

(i) Which is the first month of the year?

(ii) Which is the last month of the year?

(iii) Which is the sixth month of the year?

(iv) In sequence which is the 7th month of the year?

(v) Which month comes after October?

(vi) Which month comes after February?

(vii) Year 2004 was a leap year. State the next four leap years:

(ix) A man was born on 29 February, 1996. When was his first real birthday?

(x) Write the names of the months that come before and after the given months:


          Before                           Present                             After

         _______                           April                              _______

         _______                        September                        _______

         _______                           June                              _______


Answers for the worksheet on measuring time are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions.


Answers:

1. (i) 9

(ii) 10; 10:00

(iii) 11; 12; 11; 11:00

(iv) 5; 12; 5; 5:00


2. (i) Thursday

(ii) 7; 49

(iii) December

(iv) 730


3. (i) 31

(ii) 28

(iii) 29

(iv) four; April, June, September and November

(v) seven; January, March, May, July, August, October and December

(vi) 365

(vii) 366

(viii) 12

(ix) December

(x) 31


4. (i) January

(ii) December

(iii) June

(iv) July

(v) November

(vi) March

(vii) 2008, 2012, 2016 and 2020

(ix) 29 February, 2000

(x)    Before             Present                 After

        March                 April                    May

       August              September            October

         May                   June                   July





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