These worksheets are super fun and will help you learn how to read the time on both digital and analog clocks.

In these worksheets, you’ll see digital clocks that show a specific time, like “3:15” or “7:30”. Your job is to look at the time on the digital clock and then draw the correct hands on the analog clock next to it. That way, both clocks will show at the same time!

You’ll notice that analog clocks have two hands: a short one and a long one. The shorthand is called the “hour hand,” and it tells you which hour it is. The long hand is called the “minute hand,” and it shows you the minutes.

When you read the time from the digital clock, you’ll see two numbers separated by a colon. The number on the left is the hour, and the number on the right is the minutes. For example, **if the digital clock says “2:45”, that means it’s 2 hours and 45 minutes.**

To draw the hands on the analog clock, first, find the hour number and point the hour hand to that number on the clock. Then, find the minute’s number and divide it by 5 to know where to point the minute hand. In our example, 45 minutes divided by 5 is 9, so you’ll point the minute hand to the 9 on the clock. And there you have it, the analog clock will show 2:45, just like the digital clock!

These Drawing Hands-on Clocks Worksheets are a great way to practice reading time and understanding how digital and analog clocks work. Have fun and keep practicing, and soon you’ll be a pro at telling time!

## Printable Drawing Hands-On Clocks Worksheets

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