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Printable Clock Faces (Free PDF Printables)

On this page, you will find 14 printable clock faces that are all free to download and print! These pages are great for educators and parents who are teaching children how to tell time, whether that be in analog or digital format.

For this series, I created a wide range of styles, sizes, and different themed clock faces for almost any use! These include large blank clock faces, blank clock faces with printable minute/hour hands, mini sizes clock faces, digital clock faces, and even some antique clock faces for crafting and scrapbooking!

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To use any of these clock faces, click on any of the images or links below to open the high-resolution PDF on a new page. Once opened, you can freely download and print as many times as you want!

All these PDF pages are on standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes! Enjoy!

10 Craft Ideas To Do With Printable Clock Faces

Here are ten affordable, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!

10. Movable Hand Clocks

The most basic thing you can do with my clock printables is making movable hands so that you can use them as a teaching aide for your kids.

To do this, you’re going to take one of the clock pictures that comes with hands and cut out both the clock and the hands.

Mount the clock onto a piece of construction paper, poster board, or even cardboard.

You’re going to need a fastener; you’ll line up the hands, arrows facing outward, and center them in the middle of the clock.

Then, push down the fastener so that it goes through the hands, clock, and whatever you have mounted your clock on.

If you used cardboard, you might need to make a pre-divot to get the fastener through.

Then you can manipulate the hands to tell whatever time you need it to!

9. Bedtime/Wake-Up Clocks

A good way to teach kids to tell time is to start practicing with times that stay regular, like bedtime and wake-up.

You can make a poster for the wall or fridge without hands using one of my clocks.

Print off two and cut them out, then mount them on the same piece of construction paper or poster board.

Draw in the bedtime and wake-up times, and make sure to label each!

Now, when the working clock looks like the clock faces here, your kids will know it’s time for bed or to get up out of bed and start their day.

8. Scrapbooking

Two clocks in my collection are perfect for scrapbooking when you want to show the passage of time or suggest that what occurred was a moment in time.

You can resize the images by copying/pasting the pictures from their downloadable PDF format into a Word processor document.

7. Velcro Digital Clocks

Of course, not every clock your kids come across will be analog; a great many will be digital, so it’s important to practice telling time that way, too.

You can do this by using my digital clock with numbers page; cut out all the pieces and mount the clock onto a piece of construction paper or cardboard.

You’re going to get Velcro, cut one side into four small squares or rectangles, and paste them on the clock’s face, where the numbers would be.

Then, using the other side of the Velcro, you’ll cut that into small squares or rectangles and paste them to the backs of the numbers.

You can then post up and tear off numbers as you go through your lessons.

6. Telling Time Worksheets

You can use my mini-clock faces for a lot of practice telling time, using both regular numbers and Roman numerals.

Print off a few pages and draw on arms that tell a variety of different times.

Then give them to your kids and have them write when the clocks are set on.

5. DIY Clock Faces

Take some time off – pun intended – from practicing telling time and have your kids stretch their creativity wings a bit.

Print off one of my larger clock faces and have the kids color them in however they want; they can draw superheroes or flowers or use glitter and sequins.

Then you can turn it into a real clock face by purchasing a cheap clock from Walmart, popping off the plastic cover, and replacing it.

4. Watches

Turn my mini-clock faces into wearable timepieces that kids learning to tell time can wear – just like Mom and Dad.

You’ll need about a two or three-inch wide strip of construction paper, and you’ll paste the clock face into the middle.

Then wrap the strip around your kid’s wrist and tape the ends together, cutting off any extra.

3. Daily Routine/Tasks Posters

When you’re the head of a classroom, you’ll want to run a tight ship and adhere as closely to the schedule as possible.

Using my clock pictures, you can help students achieve this by making daily routines or task posters.

Draw on the hands for break or naptime, lunchtime, changing of the classes or subjects, and recess.

Your students can look from the actual clock to the posters and judge how long they have before the next task or activity.

2. Time Out Posters

Time out can feel arbitrary to a kid, so help them understand how long they are to go without screens or sit quietly and read by creating time-out posters.

You’ll need two printouts of a clock face with hands and two fasteners.

Attach the clock hands to the clocks with the fasteners and mount them onto a piece of construction paper or poster board.

Then, next time your child is in time out, set one clock to when time out begins and one to when it ends.

1. Pipe Cleaner Clock Hands

You’ll need two pieces of pipe cleaner per clock, and to make it easier to tell them apart, it’s best if they’re different colors.

Your kids are going to bend the pipe cleaners on one end to form a triangle; snip one hand to be shorter, too.

Then you’re going to take a clock face and push a fastener in the middle. Wind each piece of pipe cleaner around the fastener once.

Now you can turn the clock hands!

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