Father Time has been up at the North Pole for some time this month and has got together with the Department of Elfland Security's WWW/PR team and with the North Pole City school system to develop a couple of hand outs that you can use to learn how to tell time on an analog clock.
In first grade, students are introduced to the analog clock for the first time. They learn the different hands, and how many numbers are on the face. The first handout called, "Telling Time with Father Time," will explain how the analog clock works and how to read it correctly.
The second handout called, "Practice Telling Time" is a worksheet that you can use to practice your new skills based on the first worksheet.
Both of these documents are now listed under the "Educational Resources" on Father Time's website.
If you would like more instruction and some more practice, check out the video below entitled "Analog Clocks for Kids | How To Tell Time".