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Draw the Hands on the Analog Clocks (Set 3)

This worksheet is great practice with analog clocks. Have the student draw the hands on the clock to match the time given for each one. Make sure the hour hands are drawn correctly taking their movement into account as the minute hands travels around through the minutes.

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Draw the Hands on the Analog Clocks (Set 2)

Use this free worksheet for practice telling time with analog clocks. On this one, the student is asked to draw the hands on the clocks. Make sure they remember the hour hands moves slowly as the minute hands circles around and draw the hour hands accordingly.

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Draw the Hands on the Analog Clocks (Set 1)

Draw the hands on the analog clocks to match the time given below each one. Remember the hour hand moves slowly as the minute hands moves around the clock. There are 9 clocks per worksheet.

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Telling Time – Read the Analog Clocks (Set 1)

This worksheet is good practice for telling time with analog clocks. There are 9 clocks and the student is asked to figure out the time displayed on the clocks and then write the time for each one.

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Geometry: Find the Perimeter (Set 2)

Use this free worksheet for practice finding perimeters. The student is asked to find the perimeter of each of the shapes given. This worksheet features a rhombus, a hexagon, a trapezoid, a parallelogram, a kite and a triangle. The dimensions are listed with units in each of the figures. Make sure the student includes the units in their answers.

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Geometry: Find the Perimeter (Set 1)

Download this geometry worksheet on perimeters. Have the student find the perimeters of each of the shapes shown. This sheet features a rectangle, a square, a triangle, an octagon, a cross and a parallelogram. The dimensions are displayed in the figures with units. Remind the student to include the units in their answers.

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Reading a Calendar Worksheet – D

This worksheet features a calendar with events posted on different dates. Following that are questions about the calendar, dates, weekdays and events listed.

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Reading a Calendar Worksheet – C

This worksheet is for practice reading a calendar. Below the calendar are questions about the calendar, weekdays, dates and the events displayed.

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Reading a Calendar Worksheet – B

The worksheet has a calendar filled out with a few events on different dates. There are questions below the calendar asking about the calendar on the worksheet.

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Reading a Calendar Worksheet – A

This worksheet displays a calendar month with the year, along with events that are to take place on different dates. The student is asked questions about the calendar regarding dates, days of the week and more.

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Blank Calendar

Download our blank calendar template for children to make their own calendars. It can also be used as a weekly schedule tool.

Alphabetical Order – First and Last – Topic: Animals

The topic of this worksheet is animals and is an exercise in sorting alphabetically. The student will need to find the first and last words alphabetically in each set. Some of the words in each set start with the same letter.

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Alphabetical Order – First and Last – Topic: Math

This worksheet is for practice in sorting alphabetically and the topic of the worksheet is math, so the words in the lists are math terms. For each set of words, the student is to choose the first word in alphabetical order and the last word in alphabetical order, but be careful – some of the words start with the same …

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Alphabetical Order – First and Last – Topic: Astronomy

This worksheet is an exercise in alphabetizing. The student is asked to find the first and last words in alphabetical order for each group of words. Make sure the student reads each word carefully before answering – some the words in the groups begin with the same letter. The topic of this worksheet is Astronomy.

Alphabetical Order – First and Last – Topic: General Science

The topic of this worksheet is general science and contains science vocabulary words. There are 5 words in each group and the student is asked to find the first and last words in alphabetical order. There are some words in the groups that have the same first letter or the same first couple of letters, so be sure to read …

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Alphabetical Order – First and Last (Set 2)

This is a starter worksheet on alphabetizing (the words in each group begin with a different letter). In each set of words, the student is asked to find the first word in alphabetical order and also the last. There are 10 groups with 5 words per group.

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Alphabetical Order – First and Last (Set 1)

In this worksheet, the student is asked to find the first and last words in alphabetical order for each group of words. There are five words in each group. This one is a fairly basic exercise in alphabetizing – each word per group starts with a different letter.

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Spy Decoder Wheel – Random Symbol Version

This template is the Symbol Version of our Alphabet Decoder Wheel.  There are three decoder wheels in all allowing for the coding and deciphering of secret messages using random alphabet letters, symbols or even your very own code!  See the original Random Alphabet Decoder post for more detailed instructions.

Spy Decoder Wheel – Custom Code Version

This template is the customizable version of our Random Alphabet Decoder Wheel.  There are three decoder wheels in all allowing for the coding and decoding of secret messages using random alphabet letters, symbols or your very own code!  See the original Random Alphabet Decoder post for more detailed instructions.

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Spy Decoder Wheel – Random Alphabet Version

How the Decoder Works Once you’ve used the instructions on the PDF Download to assemble your decoder you can either share that decoder with a friend or have them make an identical one.  To use it, simply line up a letter on the outer band with one on the inner band and ensure only your friend has that two letter …