A.M. stands for “ante meridiem” which means “before noon”. It refers to the time from 12:00 midnight until 11:59 in the morning.
P.M. stands for “post meridiem” which means “after noon”. It refers to the time from 12:00 noon until 11:59 at night.
On this worksheet, you will see pictures of different activities, like eating breakfast, going to school, or jogging. Your job is to decide whether these activities happen in the A.M. or P.M.
For example, if the picture shows someone eating cereal at the table with the sun shining brightly through the window, then you know it’s probably in the morning, so you would write “A.M.”
But if the picture shows someone playing under the stars with the moon in the sky, then you know it’s probably at night, so you would write “P.M.”
By practicing this worksheet, you can improve your understanding of time and learn how to tell whether something happens in the morning or at night.
Printable Understanding A.M And P.M Worksheets