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Help kids learn to tell time easier with this free printable clock face!

My daughter has been working on telling time, and has mastered telling time on the hour. However, she struggled a little with figuring out the minutes. It was a confusing for her to remember that each number also represented a different number in minutes. She’s a visual learner, so I created a printable clock face that has the minutes next to the hour numbers to help her remember. I know she can’t be the only one who has had a hard time with this, so hopefully this printable clock face can help other little ones to understand telling time on their own.


  • Printable Clock Face (Download)
  • Clock
  • Scissors
  • Pencil or Pen
  • Spray Glue or Tape Runner (optional)



  1. Find a clock with a face that measures 7.25” (I recommend the IKEA RUSCH clock for $1.99). Remove the plastic front of the clock and carefully pull off the hands of the clock and set them aside.
    Printable Clock Face for Kids
    Printable Clock Face for Kids
  2. Print out the Printable Clock Face (Download) on cardstock with an HP Envy 5540 Printer.
    Printable Clock Face for Kids
  3. Cut out the clock face, just inside the border.
  4. Carefully poke a small hole through the circle in the center of the clock face with scissors. Then make the hole a little larger by pushing a pencil or a pen through the hole.
    Printable Clock Face for Kids
  5. Place the printable over the original clock face to make sure that the printable clock face fits. Make adjustments if needed. If it fits, you can leave it as-is, or you can add a little bit of spray glue or a few lines of tape runner to the back of the clock face to keep it in place.
  6. Put the clock hands back on and press the plastic clock cover back in place. Add a battery to the clock and set the time. Now the clock is ready and you can help teach your children to tell time!

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Lindsay Gilbert

Lindsay is a crafter, graphic designer, and glitter enthusiast from Utah. She’s passionate about Learn More

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