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## What Is The 12-Hour And 24-Hour Clock?

This article summarizes what elementary school students will be taught about the 12-hour clock and 24-hour clock and provides some “telling the time” questions for children to practice telling digital and analog time on digital and analog clocks.

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#### What is the 12-hour clock?

The 12-hour clock is most commonly represented on an analog clock with the numbers 1-12; when shown on a digital clock, it is usually accompanied by a.m. (‘ante meridiem’ – Latin for ‘before midday’) or p.m. (‘post meridiem’ – Latin for ‘after midday’).

What is the 24-hour clock?

The 24-hour clock is more often shown on digital clocks and is written in a 4-digit form, with the first two digits representing the hour and the last two representing the minutes.

There is no need for a.m. or p.m. as each time represents each hour in a 24-hour day. For example, 03:00 = 3rd hour of the day, or 3 am; 14:00 = 14th hour of the day or 2pm; 18:30 = 30 minutes past the 18th hour of the day, or 6:30pm.

How to convert from a 12-hour clock to a 24-hour clock?

To convert from a 12-hour clock to a 24-hour clock, children may be taught to add 12 to the hours after midday, e.g. 3pm becomes 15:00 because 3 + 12 = 15.

 12-hour clock 24-hour clock 1am 01:00 2am 02:00 3am 03:00 4am 04:00 5am 05:00 6am 06:00 7am 07:00 8am 08:00 9am 09:00 10am 10:00 11am 11:00 12pm 12:00 1pm 13:00 2pm 14:00 3pm 15:00 4pm 16:00 5pm 17:00 6pm 18:00 7pm 19:00 8pm 20:00 9pm 21:00 10pm 22:00 11pm 23:00 12am 00:00

When will my child learn about the 12-hour and 24-hour clock in elementary school?

12-hour and 24-hour clock in 1st – 4th grades.

1st grade students will learn to tell the time to the hour and half past the hour using analog and digital clocks.

Children’s learning of time is continued into second grade, where they will tell and write the time from analog and digital clocks, to the nearest 5 minutes, using a.m. and p.m.

By the time your child is in 3rd grade, they are expected to tell and write time to the nearest minute and measure time intervals in minutes. They will learn to represent intervals of time by using number lines. This continues into 4th grade.

How do the 12- and 24-hour clocks relate to other areas of math?

Children are sometimes required to read and interpret timetables (such as timings of a school day, or a bus timetable) which will often use timings either written in the 12- or 24-hour clock.

12-hour clock & 24-hour clock worksheet questions

1. What time does this clock show?

2. Lily says: ‘On my clock face, the big hand is on the 4 and the little hand is between the 8 and the 9’. What is the time on Lily’s clock face?

3. Toby went to study at 7pm. He finished one hour later. What time did he finish? Give your answer using digital 24-hour clock time.

4. These are all times on the same morning.

A: 7:56 am

B: quarter to eight

C: six minutes to eight

D: half past seven

Write the letters for the times in order, starting with the earliest.

5. A clock shows this time twice a day.

Tick the two digital clocks that show this time:

A: 03:45

B: 02:45

C: 09:45

D: 21:45

E: 14:45

What time is 12 pm in 24-hour clock?

12 pm in the 24-hour clock is 12:00.

What is the 24-hour clock called?

The 24-hour clock is also called railway/railroad time, military time and continental time.

What is 12-hour clock time?

The 12-hour clock runs from 1am to noon and then from 1pm to midnight. The 24-hour clock runs from 00:00 (midnight) to 23:59.

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## Time Worksheets and Resources

##### Telling the Time Printables

Units of Time Mad Maths Minutes

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O’clock — Read analogue write in words

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O’clock — Read analogue write digital

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O’clock — Read the words, draw the hands

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O’clock — Read digital, draw the hands (12 hour)

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O’clock — Read digital, write words (12 hour)

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O’clock — Read digital, write words (24 hour)

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O’clock — Read digital, draw the hands (24 hour)

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Half Hours — Read analogue write in words

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Half Hours — Read the words, draw the hands

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Half Hours — Read digital, draw the hands (12 hour)

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Half Hours — Read digital, write words (12 hour)

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Half Hours — Read digital, write words (24 hour)

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Quarter Hours — Read analogue write in words

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Five Minute Intervals — Read analogue write in words

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Five Minute Intervals — Read digital, draw hands (12 hour)

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Five Minute Intervals — Read analogue (Roman Numerals)

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Nearest Minute — Read Analogue, Write Digital MMM

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Nearest Minute — Read analogue, Write Digital (12 hour)

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Nearest Minute — Read analogue, Write Digital (24 hour)

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Nearest Minute — Read Digital, Draw Hands (12 hour)

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Nearest Minute (Roman Numerals)  — Read Analogue, Write Digital MMM

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 Units of Time (including days in each month)

##### Interactive Units of Time Activities

Number the Month Alien Attack

Month Match-Up

Which month comes after. .. Top
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Units of Time Fling the Teacher

Ordering the
Months of the Year Interactive

Ordering
Units of Time Interactive

 Telling the Time — O’clock O’clock (Read analogue — O’clock (Read O’clock Picture Belt (Time in Stop the Clock: O’clock (Oswego Schools) O’clock Test from henryanker. com O’clock (Read Digital — Write Words) Interactive write words) Interactive Analogue — Write Digital) Interactive Words)

 Telling the Time — Half Hours O’clock and Half Past Half Stop the Clock — Half Hours (Oswego Schools) Half Hours Test from henryanker.com O’clock and Half Past Interactive Hours (Read Analogue, Write Digital) Interactive Digital Time Attack

 Telling the Time — Quarter Hours Quarter Hours Quarter Hours (Read Analogue, Write Digital) Interactive Mad Maths

 Telling the Time — Mixed Times (Five Minute Intervals) The Minute Hand 5 minute Interactive (Five minute intervals) intervals — read analogue, write words

 Telling the Time — To the Nearest Minute

 Links to sites that we like. .. Read Time Worksheet Generator (from senteacher.org) WMNET Teaching Clock Ambleside Teaching Clock Digital Higher or Interactive Clock (with Time Bingo (Gordons) Lower Interactive (Gordons) random time facility)

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