Timetable worksheets

Give your child practice reading a timetable.


Recently, my son was learning how to read timetables - no, not times tables, but timetables - you know, schedules, programs, itineraries - that kind of thing.

Anyway, in the course of helping him out, I made up a whole stack of worksheets for him. I've now made these available here on this site, so other kids can get the same kind of practice.

You can download and print the four worksheets here. They include

  • A classroom timetable
  • The itinerary for a sports carnival
  • A music competition programme, and
  • A TV guide.
Each one comes with a bunch of questions. The questions vary in difficulty, and force the child to read the timetable, and calculate differences between times.

Hope they help!

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