Blank Clocks  Resource (Free Download)

Suitable for Year groups: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11

Blank Clocks  resource description

Here is a set of 15 blank clock faces for students to draw hands on to suit given times.

Blank Clocks

What is the resource?

This PDF offers blank clock faces (analogue style). Ideal for learners across primary levels with varied time-telling tasks.


Why is telling time important?

Kids don't live in a 'digital only' world – this vital skill still impacts daily life:

  • Planning routines: Getting ready for school, or meeting friends has 'before the big hand gets to X' meaning.
  • Following schedules: Reading bus departure times, or knowing an event lasts 2 hours needs clock fluency.
  • Analogue devices exist: Classic watches, cooking timers, and even some gauges use hour & minute hand layout.
  • Builds number sense: Time uses base 60, adding in '5 past, 20 to' etc. Strengthens mental calculation ability.


Why is this resource helpful?

Clocks can be complex – this 'clean' version lets teachers focus on one skill at a time:

  • Early learners: Just learning the placement of our hand with main marks - reduces overload to start with.
  • Adding minutes: Show intervals without assuming an understanding of the 'hour' changes at the same time.
  • Duration/elapsed time: Two clocks side-by-side let kids focus on change – great for problem-solving.
  • Printable PDF: Allows hands-on activities (cut out the arrows!), plus use across groups at varied skills.

This makes time feel less mysterious. Kids manipulate it directly & discover patterns faster  – this builds real confidence for real-world application.



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