These worksheets help you learn about time and how to put different times in order. It’s really fun and easy to do. Let’s break it down!
- Time cards: The worksheets have time cards, which are like little clocks or pieces of paper with a time written on them. They might show times like 2:00, 3:30, or 6:45.
- Compare: First, you need to compare the times on the cards. Comparing means figuring out which time is earlier and which time is later. For example, if you have a time card that says 2:00 and another one that says 3:30, you know that 2:00 comes before 3:30, right? That’s because 2:00 is earlier in the day than 3:30.
- Order: Next, you need to put the time cards in order. This means arranging them from the earliest time to the latest time. It’s like making a timeline of the day. For example, if you have time cards that say 2:00, 3:30, and 6:45, you would arrange them like this: 2:00, 3:30, 6:45. That’s because 2:00 is the earliest, 3:30 comes next, and 6:45 is the latest.
- Cut and paste: To make it even more fun, you get to use scissors and glue! Carefully cut out each time card and paste them onto another sheet of paper in the correct order. Make sure to ask an adult for help if you need it. Cutting and pasting is a great way to practice your fine motor skills and make your work look neat and organized.
So, remember: when working with Comparing and Ordering Time Worksheets, you’ll compare the times on the cards, put them in order, and then cut and paste them onto another paper. Have fun, and you’ll be a time expert in no time!
Printable Comparing And Ordering Time Worksheets