# Worksheet on Third Grade Time and Calendar

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on third grade time and calendar. These worksheets provide basic questions on telling time and studying calendar.

1. Which instrument is used to measure time?

2. (i) What is the duration of time from one midnight to the next midnight?

(ii) What name is given to this duration?

3. How many hours are taken by an hour hand to complete one round?

4. What is the time taken by a minute hand to move from one number to the next number?

5. How many rounds does the hour-hand complete in a day?

6. How many rounds does the minute-hand complete in a day?

7. Fill in the blanks:

(i) A year ordinary has …………………. days

(ii) A year has …………………. months.

(iii) A week has …………………. days.

(iv) Ordinarily a month has …………………. days.

(v) …………………. is the month having the fewest number of days.

(vi) There are …………………. months having 31 days and …………………. months having 30 days.

(vii) December is the …………………. month of the year.

(viii) Monday is the …………………. day of a week.

(ix) The sixth day of the week is …………………. .

(x) The 7th month of the year is …………………. .

8. Mary is 2 years 5 months old. How many months old is she?

9. Which day is it 3 after Friday?

10. What will be the time:

(i) 3 hours after 10 a.m.

(ii) 3 hours after 10 p.m.

11. Which one is the shortest hand: ‘hour hand’ or ‘minute hand’ or ‘second hand’?

12. Which hand complete one round first; ‘hour hand’ or ‘minute hand’?

Answers for the worksheet on third grade time and calendar are given below to check the exact answers of the above word problems.

1. watch or clock

2. (i) 24 hours

(ii) a day

3. 12 hours

4. 5 minutes

5. Two rounds

6. 24 rounds

7. (i) 365 days

(ii) 12 months.

(iii) 7 days.

(iv) 30 days.

(v) February

(vi) 7 months having 31 days, 4 months having 30 days.

(vii) last

(viii) Second

(ix) Friday

(x) July

8. 29 months

9. Monday

10. (i) 1 p.m.

(ii) 1 a.m.

11. Hour hand is the shortest hand

12. minute hand

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