When it's time to teach your students about… well… time, use these blank clock templates.

Some news articles have noted that students today are losing the ability to read analog clocks, surrounded as they are by computers, smart phones, DVRs, game systems, and other digital devices. But analog still has a place in the world, and won't be going away entirely any time soon. Look at an ad for any luxury watch; they are still in analog. Help your students learn to read analog time by using these clock templates. A "quarter after" means 25 minutes after the hour, right? Because a quarter is 25 cents. I wish I'd had these templates when I was young.

How Clocks Can Be Used to Relate to Cycles? We all know what clocks are! They are a representative of time, and they come in all sizes! You can wear them on your hands, keep it on your side table, or put it on your wall. But have you ever thought if there is just one function to clocks? Well, the answer is no. With clocks, there are several other things you can learn, and one such example is relating to cycles. Now, do we know what cycles are? Let us tell you. Cycles are like a rotation in one direction, that starts from one point and takes a 360-degree turn and completes exactly where it started. There are many cycles, such as the seasonal change, the completion of the year, water cycle, and many more! But how do we know that a cycle is completed from a clock? Easy! The clock displays a series of 12 numbers. If a cycle is started at 1, it will not be complete until it has touched all numbers and come back to 1. Similar is the case with 2, 3, and the rest of the numbers!

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Printable Clocks

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2 Divisions Blank Clock

Have students label the clock numbers using the guideline drawn from 12 to 6. This can be used to line up noon and six o 'clock well.

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3 Section Blank Clock

Have students label the clock numbers using the guidelines drawn from the 12, 4, and 8. This will help you break your cycle into three parts.

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Quarter Sectioned Blank Clock

Have students label the clock numbers using the guidelines drawn from 12 to 6 and 3 to 9. This can really help students get a hang of those hours.

6 Section Blank Clock

Have students label the clock numbers using the guidelines drawn from 12 to 6, 2 to 8, and 4 to 10. This is where they start to get ready to tell time.

10-Minute Interval Numbered Printable Clock

Illustrates reading the minute hand by showing 10-minute intervals on a labeled clock face.

Blank Clock With Hour Divisions

Have students label the clock numbers using the guidelines drawn between every number on the clock.

15-Minute Interval Clock

Illustrates reading the minute hand by showing 15-minute intervals on a labeled clock face. This printable clock is numbered for you.

20-Minute Interval Clock

Illustrates reading the minute hand by showing 20-minute intervals on a labeled clock face. You can use this in conjunction with your three part clock.

30-Minute Interval Clock

Illustrates reading the minute hand by showing 30-minute intervals on a labeled clock face.

Blank Numbered Clock

Students can practice drawing the correct hand positions on this labeled clock face. You are free to do what ever you would like with this printable clock.

Numbered Hour Interval Clock

A labeled clock face showing each of the 12 discrete hourly divisions. When you feel that students have a solid handle on what you are trying to do.