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The pictures in two groups present a fascinating array of addition equations for 1st grade kids. Count the pictures in the two groups separately, and then combine the two to find the total number.

Subtracting on Number Lines | 0 to 10

Get the little hoppers to draw hops on the number lines in these printable grade 1 math worksheets and complete the subtraction equations involving numbers up to 10.

Identifying the Next Picture in a Repeating Pattern

Develop pattern awareness in kids with this set of pdf worksheets. Study the pattern, identify the pattern's core or terms that repeat in the same order and make a logical prediction of what comes next.

Reading and Writing Numbers from 1 to 25

Fluency with numbers is vital in first grade math. Task kids to look at the top of this printable chart, identify and read the numbers from 1 to 25 repeatedly, and copy them to complete the table.

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Base Ten Blocks | Tens and Ones

Visualizing numbers is easy with place value blocks or base-10 blocks. Get kids to count the units and rods in the base-10 blocks and write the base-10 numerals.

Identifying Greater and Smaller 2-Digit Numbers

Cracking these 1st grade math worksheet pdfs is a true measure of your place value skills. Compare 2-digit numbers using symbols in Part A. Circle the greater number in Part B, and the smaller number in Part C.

Ordering Objects from the Shortest to the Longest

Arranging objects of three different sizes from the shortest to the longest, numbering them 1, 2, and 3 respectively, is all that is expected of grade 1 kids.

Telling Time | Hourly Increment

With these pdf math worksheets for grade 1 kids at your disposal, the time is ripe to practice reading clocks to tell the time in whole hours, and choosing the clock face that depicts the specified time.

Counting Dimes

Develop skills in counting the dimes and expressing the amount in dollars, trading dimes for dollars, and converting between them in word problems with this compilation of first grade math worksheet pdfs.

Counting Tally Marks

Let's travel back in time and practice counting using tally marks. First grade kids have a blast reading and counting each set of tally marks and writing the value it represents.

Identifying 2D Shapes | MCQ

Can the little architects of grade 1 distinguish between a rectangle and a square? Watch them recognize the two-dimensional figures and check the appropriate option that best describes each.

Number Line Addition | 0 to 10

This stack of 1st grade math worksheets has pre-drawn hops on the number lines. The starting-point of the hops, and the number of hops are the two addends and the endpoint is the sum.

Writing Subtraction Equations from Number Lines | 0 to 10

Examine the hops on the number line; identify the minuend, subtrahend, and the difference. Once this is done, completing the subtraction sentence is not a hard nut to crack!

Repeating Patterns | Cut and Glue Activity

Add a spark of fun with repeating picture patterns in this bundle of printable math worksheets for 1st grade kids. Comprehend the pattern, cut out the graphics and glue the one that comes next in order.

Display Chart - Numbers 1 to 25 | Theme based

The crawling number snails get kids to instantly memorize numerals from 1 to 25. This show-and-tell chart comprising snails-shells inscribed with numbers is a compulsive-print.

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## Fun math worksheets for 1st Graders: Practice addition, subtraction, and more

Do you want to help your first grader develop a love for math? Do you want to make math fun and engaging for your child? Do you want to boost your first grader's math skills and confidence? If you answered yes to these questions, you are in the right place!

In this remarkable resource, we will share some fun math worksheets for first graders that will help them practice addition, subtraction, and more .

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## 1st Grade math worksheets: All the essential topics you need

We have prepared a collection of premium 1st Grade math worksheets that cover all the essential topics you need .

You will find worksheets on addition, subtraction, place value, shapes, patterns, measurement, etc. These worksheets are designed to help your kids practice their math skills and build their confidence.

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Number worksheets.

Our Grade 1 number worksheets are designed to help first graders practice writing numbers, counting numbers, comparing numbers, ordering numbers, and more.

They also include fun puzzles and games that challenge kids to use their number sense and logic skills. You can find number worksheets for numbers 1-10, 11-20, 21-50, 51-100, and beyond!

They also include some fun word problems and games that make the addition more meaningful and fun. You can find addition worksheets for sums up to 10, 20, 50, 100, and beyond !

These subtraction worksheets are designed to help first graders practice subtracting single-digit numbers, subtracting two-digit numbers, subtracting with regrouping, subtracting with pictures, and more.

They also include some fun word problems and games that make subtraction more meaningful and fun. You can find subtraction worksheets for differences up to 10, 20, 50, 100, and beyond!

## Geometry worksheets

First Grade Geometry worksheets will help first graders practice identifying shapes, drawing shapes, sorting shapes, measuring shapes, and more.

They also include some fun puzzles and games that challenge kids to use their spatial reasoning and geometry skills. You can find geometry worksheets for circles, squares, triangles, rectangles, pentagons, hexagons, octagons, and more!

Comparing worksheets are given to help first graders practice comparing numbers, comparing sizes, comparing lengths, comparing weights, comparing capacities, and more.

They also include fun activities and games that make comparing more fun and interactive. You can find comparing worksheets for greater than, less than, equal to, most, least, etc.

Probability is the chance of something happening. For example, when you flip a coin, there is a 50% chance of getting heads and a 50% chance of getting tails.

Probability worksheets help you practice finding the probability of different events using coins, dice, cards, spinners, and more. You can also play games like bingo and lotto to learn about probability.

Estimation is making a good guess based on what you know. For example, when you see a jar of candy, you can estimate how many pieces are inside by looking at the size and shape of the jar and the candy.

Estimation worksheets help you practice estimating numbers, lengths, weights, capacities, and time using different strategies and tools.

## Place value worksheets

Place value is the value of each digit in a number based on its position. For example, in the number 123, the digit 1 has a value of 100, the digit 2 has a value of 20, and the digit 3 has a value of 3.

Place value worksheets help you practice reading and writing numbers in different forms, such as standard form, expanded form, word form, and base ten blocks.

## Spatial sense worksheets

Spatial sense is understanding and visualizing shapes and objects in space . For example, when you look at a map, you can use your spatial sense to find your location and direction.

Spatial sense worksheets help you practice identifying and describing shapes and objects using words like above, below, beside, inside, outside, left, right, front, back, top, bottom, etc.

Our data and graph worksheets help you practice collecting and organizing data using tables and charts, and displaying and interpreting data using different types of graphs.

Data is information that you collect and organize. For example, when you survey your classmates about their favorite color, you collect data about their preferences.

Graphs are pictures that easily show data. For example, when you make a bar graph or a pie chart of your survey results, you show the data visually.

Measurement is finding the size or amount of something using units. For example, when you measure your height or weight using inches or pounds.

Measurement worksheets help you practice measuring length, weight, capacity, and temperature using standard units (such as inches, feet, ounces, pounds, cups, pints, quarts, gallons, degrees, and Fahrenheit) and non-standard units (such as paper clips, pencils, hands, etc.).

Patterns are sequences that repeat or change predictably. For example, when you see a pattern of red, blue, red, blue, red, blue...you can predict what comes next.

Patterns worksheets help you practice identifying, extending, and creating patterns using shapes, colors, numbers, letters, and sounds.

## Telling time worksheets

Telling time is all about reading and writing time using clocks. For example, when you see a clock showing 9:15, you can read it as nine fifteen or quarter past nine.

## Sorting and classifying worksheets

1 st Grade Sorting and classifying worksheets are given to help first graders practice sorting and classifying objects by one or more attributes (such as color, shape, size, and texture) and by categories (such as animals, fruits, and clothes).

Sorting and classifying are skills of grouping things based on their similarities or differences. For example, when you sort your toys by color or by type.

## 2D shapes worksheets

2D shapes are flat shapes that have two dimensions: length and width. For example, circles, squares, triangles, and rectangles are 2D shapes. 2D shapes worksheets help you practice identifying and naming 2D shapes based on their properties (such as sides and corners) and comparing and contrasting 2D shapes based on their similarities or differences.

## 3D shapes worksheets

3D shapes are solid shapes with three dimensions: length, width, and height. For example, cubes, spheres, cylinders, and cones are 3D shapes. 3D shapes worksheets help you practice identifying and naming 3D shapes based on their properties (such as faces, sides, and corners) and comparing and contrasting 3D shapes based on their similarities or differences.

## Fraction worksheets

Fractions are parts of a whole. For example, a half, a quarter, and a third are fractions. Fraction worksheets for first graders will enhance practice in identifying and naming fractions using pictures, numbers, and words.

They also make comparing and ordering fractions based on their size fun and easy.

## How to make math fun for your first grader: tips and tricks

Math can be a tedious and frustrating subject for many children, especially if they need help understanding it or finding it too hard. But math can also be a fun and exciting subject if you know how to make it so. Here are some tips and tricks to make math fun for your first grader :

• Use manipulatives . Manipulatives are objects your child can touch, move, and count to help them understand math concepts. For example, you can use blocks, coins, beads, buttons, or anything else your child likes to play with. Manipulatives can help your child visualize math problems and concretely solve them.
• Use games . Games are a great way to make math fun and competitive for your first grader. You can use board games, card games, dice games, or online games that involve math skills. For example, you can play Uno, Monopoly, Yahtzee, or Math Bingo with your child. Games can help your child practice math facts, mental math, and problem-solving skills in a fun way.
• Use stories . Stories are a great way to make math relatable and meaningful for your first grader. You can use books, comics, videos, or podcasts that involve math concepts or characters. For example, you can read The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle with your child and talk about how many fruits the caterpillar ate each day. Stories can help your child connect math to their own experiences and interests.
• Use rewards . Rewards are a great way to motivate your first grader to do math and celebrate their achievements. You can use stickers, stamps, certificates, badges, or anything else your child likes to collect. You can also use praise, hugs, high-fives, or words of encouragement to show your child you are proud of their math efforts. Rewards can help your child feel good about themselves and their math abilities.

If you want to challenge your first grader's math skills and make them think outside the box, you should try some fun math games and puzzles with them.

These games and puzzles are designed to be fun and engaging for your first grader. They will also help your child develop critical thinking, logic, and reasoning skills essential for math success.

Here are some examples of fun math games and puzzles for first graders:

• Sudoku . Sudoku is a popular puzzle game that involves filling a grid with numbers from 1 to 9 without repeating any number in a row, column, or 3x3 box. Sudoku is an excellent game for practicing number recognition, patterns, and logic skills. You can find Sudoku puzzles online or in books suitable for first graders.
• Tangrams . Tangrams are ancient Chinese puzzles that use seven geometric shapes to form different figures. Tangrams are an excellent game for practicing shapes, symmetry, fractions, and spatial skills. You can find tangram puzzles online or in books suitable for first graders.
• Magic Squares . Magic squares are puzzles that involve filling in a grid with numbers so that the sum of each row, column, and diagonal is the same. Magic squares are a great game for practicing addition facts, mental math, and algebra skills. You can find magic square puzzles online or in books suitable for first graders.

## Math facts and fluency: Practice makes perfect

One of the most important skills for first graders is math facts and fluency . Math facts are the essential addition and subtraction facts that kids need to memorize and recall quickly. Recalling these facts requires constant practice. This is in line with the saying that " practice makes perfect ."

Fluency is the ability to perform these calculations accurately and efficiently.

Also, math facts and fluency are essential for building a solid foundation for more advanced math topics, such as multiplication, division, fractions, and decimals . They also help kids develop confidence and a positive attitude toward math.

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• Adding and subtracting multiples of 10

These worksheets are arranged in increasing difficulty, so your kids can progress at their own pace. They also have cute pictures and stickers to make them more appealing. You can download them for free from the link below.

## Math word problems: Apply your math knowledge to real-life situations

Another essential skill for first graders to learn is math word problems . Math word problems are problems that use words and numbers to describe a situation that involves some mathematical operation. They require kids to apply their math knowledge to real-life situations and use logical thinking and reasoning.

Math word problems are great for developing critical thinking and problem-solving skills and enhancing reading comprehension and vocabulary. They also help kids see the relevance and usefulness of math in everyday life.

• One-step addition and subtraction word problems within 20
• Two-step addition and subtraction word problems within 20
• Word problems with extra or missing information
• Word problems with different question types (how many more, how many less, how many in all, etc.)
• Word problems with different contexts (money, time, measurement, etc.)

These worksheets are also arranged in increasing difficulty, so your kids can challenge themselves. They also have realistic scenarios and colorful illustrations to make them more engaging. You can download them for free from our website, Mathskills4kids.com.

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## Counting Sequence Worksheet

Kids must practice counting sequence in this worksheet.

## Complete the Counting Worksheet

Be on your way to become a mathematician by practicing to complete the counting.

## Color the Flowers and Trace the Number 11

A colorful, engaging worksheet where students brighten flowers and trace the number 11.

## Number Hunt : 2

A fun and engaging worksheet that challenges students to locate and highlight all the number 2s.

## Draw More to Complete the Addition Sentence Worksheet

Reveal the secrets of math wizardry by drawing more to complete the addition sentence.

## Count to Complete Addition Sentences Worksheet

Put your skills to the test by practicing to count to complete addition sentences.

## Complete the Dice Pattern Worksheet

Be on your way to become a mathematician by practicing to complete the dice pattern.

## Identify the Correct Group Worksheet

Learners must identify the correct group to enhance their math skills.

## Use Pictures to Subtract Worksheet

Learners must use pictures to subtract to enhance their math skills.

## Write Subtraction Equation using Clues Worksheet

Assess your math skills by writing subtraction equations using clues.

## Find 1 Less than a Number Worksheet

Solidify your math skills by practicing to find 1 less than a number.

## Create Subtraction Sentences Worksheet

Be on your way to become a mathematician by practicing to create subtraction sentences.

## Squares and Circles Worksheet

Practice squares and circles by printing this playful worksheet.

## Number of Sides and Corners Worksheet

Enhance your math skills by practicing shapes & the number of their sides and corners.

## Identify the Flat Shapes Worksheet

Reinforce math concepts by practicing to identify the flat shapes.

## Sort on the Basis of Number of Corners Worksheet

Print this worksheet to practice sorting on the basis of number of corners.

## Data Collection Worksheet

Put your skills to the test by practicing data collection.

## Empty or Full Worksheet

Assess your math skills by solving this Empty or Full worksheet.

## Identify Heavy or Light Worksheet

Reinforce math concepts by practicing to identify which object is heavy or light.

## Draw Longer and Shorter Objects Worksheet

Use this printable worksheet to draw longer and shorter objects to strengthen your math skills.

## Identify the Clock Showing Half Past Worksheet

In this worksheet, learners will get to identify the clock showing 'half past'.

## Hour Hand and Minute Hand Worksheet

Be on your way to become a mathematician by practicing the hour hand and the minute hand.

## Write the Time in O'Clock Worksheet

Pack your math practice time with fun by writing the time in O'Clock.

• AM and PM Worksheet

Assess your math skills by practicing AM and PM in this worksheet.

## Guess the Price Worksheet

Dive into this fun-filled printable worksheet by practicing to guess the price.

## Draw Coins Worksheet

Reinforce math concepts by practicing to draw coins.

## Count the Coins to Answer Worksheet

Learners must count the coins correctly to enhance their math skills.

## Match the Bills to Total Amount

This worksheet focuses on matching different bills to their corresponding total amounts.

## Select the Correct Model Worksheet

Pack your math practice time with fun by selecting the correct model.

## Complete the Word Problem Model Worksheet

Boost your ability to complete the word problem model by printing this playful worksheet.

## Represent the Scenarios Using Equations Worksheet

This downloadable worksheet is designed to represent the given scenarios using equations.

## Choose the Correct Operation— Add or Subtract Worksheet

Make math practice a joyride by choosing the correct operation— Add or Subtract.

## Let's Look for the Bossy R Words! Worksheet

Combine ELA learning with adventure by looking for Bossy R words.

## Which Bossy R sound do you hear? Worksheet

In this worksheet, learners will get to explore Bossy R sounds.

## Follow Directions and Illustrate the Room Worksheet

Here is an opportunity to design your room! Enhance your comprehension and attention to detail with our interesting worksheet on following the instructions.

• Become a Reading Champion with Story Elements! Worksheet

Unleash your reading powers! Explore story elements through an exciting tale. Become a skilled reader with this engaging worksheet.

## Practice Writing: Wild Animals Worksheet

Explore the wild world with our interactive handwriting practice worksheet for students, focused on wild animals.

## Practice Writing: Farm Animals Worksheet

Our exciting farm animals-themed worksheet combines fun handwriting practice with learning about farm life.

## Can You Convince Someone? Worksheet

Build your persuasive powers with an engaging activity to develop communication and argumentation skills. Unlock the art of persuasion with this worksheet today!

## Design Your Birthday Invitation Worksheet

Got a birthday coming up? This printable invitation template is perfect for notifying guests in the proper manner. Let's dive into the joy of making invitations!

## Categorize and Color the Nouns Worksheet

Engage in the fun of learning with this grammar activity. Identify proper, common, and possessive nouns in this worksheet.

## Add the Appropriate Punctuation Worksheet

Practice punctuation with this worksheet. Improve your understanding of punctuation rules through a fun interactive exercise.

## Complete the Sentence with Conjunctions Worksheet

Boost your child's sentence construction skills by conquering conjunctions in this complete-the-sentence worksheet!

## Matching Game: Homophones Worksheet

Enhance your child's vocabulary with this printable, spotting image pairs for matching homophones.

## Build Words Using Affixes Worksheet

Spelling new words made easier in this fun worksheet where students understand the construction of word "happy" using affixes.

• Word Search: Animals Worksheet

Boost vocabulary skills with our engaging animal-themed word search worksheet, great for English learners.

## Word Search: Opposite Words Worksheet

Boost vocabulary skills with our engaging worksheet focused on spotting opposites in the words search!

## All about Closed Syllables Worksheet

Unlock phonics success with our flashcards: Dive into the world of closed syllables!

## All About Open Syllables Worksheet

Explore the wonders of open syllables with our fun phonics flashcards.

## Shapes in Everyday Life Worksheet

Pack your math practice time with fun by exploring shapes in everyday life.

## Which One is Longer Worksheet

Learn measurement at the speed of lightning by practicing to identify which one is longer.

## Time of Activities of the Day Worksheet

Look at the time of activities of the day by printing this playful worksheet.

## Add or Subtract within 10: Summer Word Problems

Summer-themed worksheet challenging students to solve addition or subtraction problems within 10.

## Matching: Community Helpers Worksheet

Refine your child's vocabulary skills with this printable matching worksheet focused on community helpers!

## Guess the Odd One Out Worksheet

Focus on core math skills with this fun worksheet by solving to guess the odd one out.

## Complete the Number Bond Worksheet

Complete the number bond to practice your math skills.

## Represent Subtraction Sentences Worksheet

Make math practice a joyride by solving problems to represent subtraction sentences.

## How Many Corners and Sides Worksheet

Learn geometry at the speed of lightning by practicing all about corners and sides.

## Which One is Shorter Worksheet

In this worksheet, learners will get to identify the shorter one.

## Identify Coins & Values Worksheet

Solidify your math skills by practicing to identify coins & values.

## Add or Subtract within 20: Summer Word Problems

Engaging summer-themed worksheet to master addition and subtraction within 20 through word problems.

## Lets Draw with Adjectives Worksheet

Don't miss the chance to describe your favorite character! Expand vocabulary and descriptive skills with our comprehensive adjectives worksheet.

## Matching: Professions and Tools Worksheet

Enhance vocabulary with this printable worksheet. Hone your matching skills by pairing professions with their tools.

## Counting Using 10-frames Worksheet

Put your skills to the test by counting using 10-frames.

## Compare Lengths of Objects Worksheet

Reveal the secrets of math wizardry by practicing to compare the lengths of objects.

## Position of Hour and Minute Hand Worksheet

Make math practice a joyride by solving problems to position the hour and minute hand correctly.

## Understanding Coins Worksheet

Reinforce math concepts by practicing to understand coins.

## Add or Subtract within 10: Halloween Word Problems

Engage in this Halloween-themed worksheet, solving fun addition and subtraction problems within 10.

## Color the Bossy R Sound You Hear Worksheet

Spot and color the heard bossy R sound on the "Color the Bossy R Sound You Hear Worksheet."

## Practice Writing: Sea Animals Worksheet

Dive into marine life exploration and practice handwriting with our exciting sea animals-themed worksheet.

## Spot the Adjectives Around Worksheet

Discover the interplay of adjectives and nouns with our comprehensive worksheet and enhance your language proficiency now!

## Matching: Community Helpers and Transportation Worksheet

Develop vocabulary with this printable worksheet; match community helpers with the transportation they use.

## Blend It Like the L Family! Worksheet

Level Up Phonics: Flashcards for L family blends! Rock bl, cl, fl, gl, pl, sl sounds and become a reading maestro!

## Teen Numbers Using 10-frames Worksheet

Learners must practice teen numbers using 10-frames to enhance their math skills.

## Make a Number Bond Worksheet

Print this worksheet to practice making a number bond like a math legend!

## Subtraction Word Problems with Pictures Worksheet

Print this worksheet to practice subtraction word problems with pictures like a math legend!

## Identify the Positions of Minute and Hour Hands Worksheet

In this worksheet, learners will get to identify the positions of the minute and hour hands.

## Complete Sentences On Money Worksheet

Make math practice a joyride by solving problems to complete the sentences on money.

## Add or Subtract within 20: Halloween Word Problems

Engaging Halloween-themed worksheet to practice addition and subtraction within 20 through word problems.

## Color the Correct Bossy R Sound Worksheet

Color the box with the correct bossy R sound on the "Color the Correct Bossy R Sound Worksheet."

## Browse Printable 1st Grade Worksheets for Math and ELA

Introducing our first grade worksheets for math and ELA – an excellent educational resource for teachers, students, and parents!

These easily printable and downloadable grade 1 worksheets are crafted by our experts to develop a love and passion for learning in students. These worksheets provide a delightful way for first graders to learn, practice, and master essential concepts in math and ELA .

• Grade 1 Math Worksheets : Our fun math worksheets for 1st grade cover key concepts, such as number sequences, counting, comparing and ordering numbers, place value concepts (ones, tens, place value models, etc.), addition and subtraction strategies, simple addition and subtraction word problems, identifying and naming 2D and 3D shapes, measuring lengths and heights, comparing measurements, time concepts such as A.M-P.M., analog clocks and digital clocks, identifying coins, counting money, and more!
• Grade 1 ELA Worksheets : These ELA worksheets encompass essential language concepts for 1st graders, such as blending and segmenting, reading, phonics (covers R-controlled vowels, consonant blends, etc.), reading skills (includes story elements, reality and fantasy, central message, author’s purpose, etc.), writing sight words, grammar, communication skills, vocabulary, and much more.

Download our 1st grade learning worksheets, perfectly organized by grade, subjects, and specific skills. Experience a comprehensive and fun learning journey, complete with fun practice sheets and activities.

## Features of Our 1st Grade Printable Worksheets

Our printable fun worksheets for 1st graders are designed by understanding kids’ attention span and common learning hurdles for specific concepts. Key features of our 1st grade worksheets for early math and ELA learning include:

• Curriculum-Focused Learning : These common core 1st grade worksheets comprehensively cover key 1st grade math and ELA concepts, meeting the curriculum requirements.
• Variety of Questions: Our worksheets feature different question-types to break rote learning and encourage problem-solving skills in children.
• No Excessive Text: These worksheets prioritize visuals and pictures over excessive text. Vibrant and age-appropriate designs make our 1st grade activity sheets a joyful learning experience.

## Benefits of Using Printable Worksheets for 1st Grade

• Improved Comprehension: Regular practice with these worksheets improves retention and understanding of concepts.
• Identifies Struggle Areas: Makes it easier to spot subjects or skills that require additional work.
• Encourages Self-Learning : These practice worksheets for 1st graders promote self-learning through a variety of well-crafted exercises.
• Curriculum-Aligned Hands-on Practice : Our learning worksheets for grade 1 align with the common core standard and provide fun ways to practice classroom concepts.
• Valuable Assessment Tool : Perfect for assessment and evaluation! These educational worksheets for 1st graders can be perfectly used as homework assignments. They focus on one concept at a time, aiding in clear understanding and retention.

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## 25+ Of The Best 1st Grade Math Worksheets & Free Printables

First grade math is the beginning of an important journey for students in their education; that’s why I’ve compiled a great list of 1st Grade Math Worksheets in printable and digital forms for teachers and parents to help support their students along the way.

In partnership with Teach Simple , whose marketplace is full of educational materials created by actual teachers (plus 50% of all revenues go to them), I found educator-created 1st grade math supplements including quizzes, charts, and skills worksheets that you can download and print to use in your classroom or with your child at home. Browse these free printable 1st grade math worksheets to find the best ones for you.

In 1st grade math students learn a variety of new skills. Some of these include:

• number charts and counting
• number patterns
• and comparing numbers

Students will also encounter base 10 blocks, place values, addition and subtraction, basic fractions and measurements, data analysis, counting money, geometry, and word problems .

The printable worksheets listed below cover all of these skills plus more to set your first grader up for math success. Have a look!

Teachers love the convenience and extra support the following printable 1st grade math worksheets offer. Whether you are running behind on your lesson planning, are stumped by how to teach a certain topic, or your students have extra questions about these skills, you will be able to supplement your already amazing teaching by passing out these 1st Grade Math Worksheets and asking students to work on their skills individually, in partners, or in groups. Many are available digitally as well for a more interactive experience.

## Number Worksheets 11–20

This packet of 10 printable worksheets help with number recognition, number sense, number writing, and number concepts.

## Animal Number Concept Cards

This package contains 10 black and white printables of number concepts from 1-10. Canadian animals help kids learn and understand the number concepts on the cards.

## Grouping Objects & Number Lines

This digital or printable resource provides a comprehensive lesson including pre-assessments and skill-building activities centered around grouping objects and number lines.

## Rounding With Betty Bee

These rounding activities will have learners buzzing with excitement. Each worksheet follows Betty Bee through her decision-making process when rounding numbers.

## Base-Ten and Place Value

Base-ten and place value concepts can be hard to teach to students who are at differentiating levels of math skills. That’s why this computer series is great to meet students where they are at as it provides printable or digital curriculum-based content in the form of a pre-assessment, lesson plan , real-world word problems, and timed drill activities.

## Algebra Number Charts – Practice the Skill

Here’s another comprehensive set of digital or printable assessments and lessons to assess what your 1st grade students understand about algebra number charts and drills and activities to help them really grasp the concept.

## Number Bonds to Ten

This resource contains a colorful and fully editable 90-slide PowerPoint lesson that you can print out or display digitally to teach students  number bonds to 10. Pick and choose what works for your class or use the whole lesson over a series of weeks to hit the concept number bonds home.

## Counting and Ordering Objects

This mini computer lesson on counting and ordering objects provides digital or printable curriculum-based content in the form of a pre-assessment, lesson plan, real-world word problems, and timed drill activities so you can cover all of the skills 1st graders need.

## Addition & Subtraction – Practice the Skill

Another great computer series that provides a full comprehensive look at addition and subtraction in Grade 1. Assess students skills upfront and have them practice adding and subtracting with fun digital or printable activities and worksheets .

## Addition and Subtraction 1-18 Printable Workbook

With the ability to print the pages over and over, your students can complete the activities again and again until they’ve learned skills, including:

• Simple Addition with numbers 1-18

• Simple subtraction with numbers 1-18

• Following directions

• Matching, coloring, drawing, and more!

## Addition and Subtraction: Roll and Solve

These winter-themed worksheets help 1st graders practice addition and subtraction to 10. There are 18 worksheets (6 addition, 6 subtraction, and 6 with mixed addition and subtraction) that you can print out and use for skill practice during the winter months.

## Algebra: Addition and Subtraction – Learn the Skill

In the form of real-world word problems, students can practice their addition and subtraction in multiple forms, either digitally or through printed worksheets.

## Super Heroes Addition and Subtraction Math Worksheets

This is a package of math worksheets with a “Super Hero” theme. It’s simple addition and subtraction problems, counting, and graphing that students can learn and practice in a super setting.

## Fractions Pre-Assessment and Teach the Skill

Find out where your students are at in their understanding of fractions with this digital mini lesson that includes a pre-assessment and activities that teach the skills. Use it on the computer or print it out; whichever works best.

## Printable Pie Fractions

Your students will be able to actually see how these fraction pieces relate to one another in these printed pie fractions. There is a black-and-white version (you can print and color them however you like) or there is a printable color version too. The one whole pie piece will fit all of the other fraction pieces for tons of fraction fun.

This workbook provides a carefully structured, developmental approach to the study of fractions. It is designed to provide practice for kids in 1st or 2nd grade. The pages are presented in a suggested order, but may be used in any order which best meets each student’s needs.

## Fractions, Numbers, and Operations

This digital or printable curriculum-based content comes in the form of pre-assessment, lesson plan , real-world word problems, and timed drill activities all around fractions, numbers, and operations.

## Geometry and Spacial Sense Printable Workbook

Reviewed, evaluated, edited, and creatively written by teaching professionals, this early math workbook implements current teaching strategies and aligns with grade-level standards to get students understanding basic geometry concepts which will set them up for later grades.

## Geometry: Shapes – Practice The Skill

Another fully comprehensive lesson, this geometry and shapes practice helps assess students to see where they are at and works to build their shape skills with practice. This can be used digitally or can be printed out.

## Geometry: Spinner Game

In this gamified digital worksheet, 6 geometry questions are provided on the wheel. Students can take turns or work as a group to answer their questions and win the “game.” Questions cover the geometry concepts covered in the Five Strands of Math for grades PK-2.

## Data Analysis and Probability: Word Problems

Each task sheet in this set is organized around a central problem taken from real-life experiences. They also contain a variety of content and levels of difficulty so you can provide for students with different learning opportunities. Also included in this resource are activities to help students learn how to collect, organize, analyze, interpret, and predict data probabilities.

## Data Analysis & Probability: Bar Graphs

To help kids understand bar graphs about data and probability, try this curriculum-based content and lesson plan full of assessments, skill-building activities, and digital or printable worksheets.

## Pictographs – Practice the Skill

In conjunction with the bar graph activities above, try these timed drill activities that help students understand how to interpret pictographs about data and probability. This can be used in digital or printed form.

## Tally Charts – Learn the Skill

Real-world word problems help introduce students to tally charts in this digital or printable mini lesson and activity.

## Secret Word Problems Puzzles

Who doesn’t love a good mystery? Your kids will love figuring out the secret codes! These 5 sets will help your students add and subtract within word problems.

First graders will be able to grasp the concept of tens and ones if you break it down into simple ideas and offer them visuals or hands-on blocks to use while learning it.

When you count out single pieces in front of them, pause at ten. Illustrate to the students that ten pieces of one is the same as ( replace the ten pieces with one block ) one unit of ten.

You can further illustrate this by doing the same process again; keep your unit of ten and add three pieces, asking the students how much there now is in total. They should easily be able to conclude that this is the number 13. Continue adding pieces until there is a unit of ten beside ten pieces. Ask the students if you can replace the ten pieces with a unit of ten. When they say “yes,” replace the pieces with another block, indicating there are now 20 in total, or two blocks of ten.

Offer the students their own pieces to count. You can supplement this lesson with a worksheet focused on grouping objects or different numbers that they can demonstrate and solve using their pieces and blocks.

Number lines help students make sense of simple single and double digit numbers and math problems; they can look at their number lines to help them work on their addition and subtraction problems. Number lines also help students make sense of word problems and data analysis.

The best way to introduce and write number lines for 1st graders is to incorporate number line worksheets that leave some numbers blank, so students can learn to fill out a number line themselves. Check out these printable 1st grade math worksheets on number lines or the ones I highlighted above.

About the Author Jen Skolsky has a background in English, Psychology, and Creative Writing. She has taught for many years in international education, including ESL for all ages, middle school literature, speech and debate; high school AP Psychology, AP Language, AP Literature; university level Academic Writing, and Chinese Medicine Theory. She now works in marketing and book publishing.

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1. Practice Material: After teaching a specific concept, such as single-digit addition or place value, you can use these worksheets as practice material to reinforce what students have been taught in class.

2. Assessments: You can use these worksheets to assess students' understanding of the topics you've taught. The variety of exercises, including word problems and numeric problems, can help gauge students' grasp of the material.

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5. Early Finisher Activity: For students who finish their work early, these worksheets can provide an additional challenge and keep them engaged.

6. Group Work: Some worksheets could be used for pair or small group work, promoting collaborative problem-solving skills.

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## What math skills should I teach my first grade class?

The skills you teach your first graders will depend on your curriculum and their individual learning needs.

Generally, students should learn basic arithmetic operations within 20, understand numbers up to 120, tell time using both analog and digital clocks, interpret simple data, and understand basic geometric concepts including shape attributes and partitioning.

If you’re following the Common Core curriculum , you will want to cover the following standards:

Operations and Algebraic Thinking:

• Using basic addition and subtraction within 20 to solve a variety of word problems, including those involving putting together or taking apart numbers, comparisons, and unknowns in all positions. This can be achieved using visual aids like objects and drawings, or equations with symbols for unknown numbers.
• Solving word-based math problems involving the addition of three whole numbers whose total is less than or equal to 20.
• Applying properties of operations as strategies for addition and subtraction.
• Understanding subtraction as a problem of finding an unknown addend.
• Relating the process of counting to the concepts of addition and subtraction.
• Adding and subtracting numbers within 20 fluently, and applying strategies such as counting on, making ten, decomposing numbers, using the relationship between addition and subtraction, and creating equivalent but easier or known sums for ease of calculation.
• Understanding the meaning of the equal sign and being able to determine if addition and subtraction equations are true or false.
• Determining the unknown whole number in equations involving the addition or subtraction of three whole numbers.

Number and Operations in Base Ten:

• Counting up to 120, starting from any number less than 120. This also involves reading and writing numerals within this range and representing a number of objects with a written numeral.
• Understanding that a two-digit number is composed of tens and ones.
• Comparing two two-digit numbers based on the meaning of the tens and ones digits. This involves using the symbols '>', '=', and '<' to record the results of comparisons.
• Adding within 100, including adding a two-digit number to a one-digit number, and a two-digit number to a multiple of 10. This involves using concrete models or drawings, strategies based on place value, and properties of operations. Students are also expected to relate their strategies to a written method and explain their reasoning. It includes understanding that when adding two-digit numbers, one adds tens to tens and ones to ones, and occasionally it may be necessary to compose a ten.
• Given a two-digit number, mentally finding 10 more or 10 less than the number without having to count, and being able to explain the reasoning behind it.
• Subtracting multiples of 10 (ranging from 10 to 90) from other multiples of 10 in the same range. This is done using concrete models or drawings and strategies based on place value and operations. Students should relate their strategy to a written method and explain their reasoning used.

Measurement & Data:

• Telling and writing time in hours and half-hours using both analog and digital clocks.
• Organizing, representing, and interpreting data with up to three categories. This involves asking and answering questions about the total number of data points, the number of data points in each category, and comparing the number of data points between different categories.
• Distinguishing between defining attributes (like triangles being closed and three-sided) versus non-defining attributes (such as color, orientation, or size). This includes building and drawing shapes with defining attributes.
• Partitioning circles and rectangles into two and four equal shares and describing these shares using terms like halves, fourths, and quarters. Also, understanding that decomposing a shape into more equal shares results in smaller shares. This includes the ability to describe the whole shape as two or four of these shares.

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## 1 st Grade Math Worksheets

Free, Printable Math Worksheets for at-home Practice

## A Parent’s Guide to First Grade Math + Practice Worksheets

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## Measurement & Data

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## Subtraction

Why 1st grade math worksheets are important.

A stated objective of Common Core State Standards (CCSS) is to standardize academic guidelines nationwide. In other words, what first graders learn in math in one state should be the same as what students of the same age are learning in another state. The curricula may vary between these two states, but the general concepts behind them are similar. This approach is intended to replace wildly differing guidelines among different states, thus eliminating (in theory) inconsistent test scores and other metrics that gauge student success.

An increased focus on math would seem to include a wider variety of topics and concepts being taught at every grade level, including first grade. However, CCSS actually calls for fewer topics at each grade level. The Common Core approach (which is clearly influenced by “Singapore Math”—an educational initiative that promotes mastery instead of memorization) goes against many state standards. Many states mandate a “mile-wide, inch-deep” curriculum in which children are taught so much in a relatively short time span, that they aren’t effectively becoming proficient in the concepts they truly need to understand to succeed at the next level. Hence, CCSS works to establish an incredibly thorough foundation not only for the math concepts in future grades, but also toward practical application for a lifetime.

For first grade, Common Core’s focus is on addition and subtraction— the basic math facts they will use throughout their education and beyond—as well as learning how to measure without necessarily using a ruler, and how to understand shapes. Ultimately, this focus will enable children to develop rigor in real life situations by developing a base of conceptual understanding and procedural fluency.

## How Our First Grade Math Worksheets Reflect Common Core Standards

Thinkster worksheets for first grade help students develop skills in four critical areas outlined by CCSS:

• Addition and subtraction within 20
• Whole number relationships and place value
• Linear measurements
• Composing and decomposing geometric shapes

## 1st Grade Math Worksheets: Critical Areas of Focus

First graders likely will be encountering much more math than in the previous school year (especially at schools without full-day kindergarten). The extra time will be put to good use as students work toward mastering basic addition and subtraction skills and developing a better understanding on how numbers work. Here are the four critical areas that Common Core brings to first grade math:

Students will use a variety of methods and strategies to gain a full comprehension of the concepts behind addition and subtraction. Approaches include length-based models (e.g. stringing cubes together to form lengths), counting to add or subtract (e.g., 5 + 3 = 8 is the same as counting 3 past 5), and making tens (e.g., with 8 + 7, count 2 more from 8 to get 10, and 2 fewer than 7 to get 5, then just add 10 + 5 to get the answer). Ultimately, the goal for kids is to become proficient with addition and subtraction within 20.

## Place Value

The concept of two-digit numbers as a certain amount of tens and ones is introduced and emphasized (because understanding place value now will ease the transition to three and four-digit numbers, and beyond, in future grades). Students will learn to add within 100 and subtract by multiples of 10.

## Linear Measurement

Students will learn the meaning and processes behind measurement, and they will be taught iteration (mentally building the length of an object using equal-size units) and how to compare the measurements of objects.

First graders will work with shapes to understand their relationships. For example, students will learn that two triangles can be placed together to form a quadrilateral. Concepts such as congruence and symmetry are first introduced.

## Overview of First Grade Math Topics

From the four critical areas of focus discussed in the previous section, Common Core also further clarifies the skills first graders should know by the end of the school year. For example, the fluency requirement at this level is adding and subtracting within 10. The four topics presented here, taken directly from CCSS itself, include some specifics on what kids will be taught in first grade.

## Operations and Algebraic Thinking

• Represent and solve problems involving addition and subtraction. Equations with answers within 20 are emphasized, with strategies including adding to, taking from, putting together, taking apart, and comparing. Students will also solve word problems by applying these skills.

• Understand and apply properties of operations and the relationship between addition and subtraction. The commutative property of addition (5 + 9 is the same as 9 + 5) and associative property of addition (3 + 5 + 7 is the same as adding 3 + 7 to get 10, then adding 10 + 5) are explained. On the subtraction side, students will learn the answer to 9 - 5 is the same as adding that number to 5 to get 9.

• Add and subtract within 20. This is simply more emphasis on basic arithmetic facts with answers of less than 20. Students will understand the relationship between counting and addition/subtraction, as well as learn to use strategies to help them add (for example, arriving at an easier equation to solve a problem such as turning 4 + 6 into 4 + 4 + 2).

• Work with addition and subtraction equations. Students will learn about the equals sign and apply that knowledge to true/false questions (e.g., true or false: 3 + 6 = 6 + 3). Also, first graders will solve problems in which, a part of an equation will be unknown, such as in 2 +__=4 (solve for the blank).

## Number Operations in Base 10

• Extend the counting sequence. Students will learn to count, read, and write numbers up to 120.

Understand place value. As already mentioned, students will apply place value principles for years to come, all the way through high school. In first grade, they will learn:

• A two-digit number represents a certain number of tens and a certain number of ones (for example, 47 is 4 tens and 7 ones).
• Ten can be thought of as a bundle of 10 ones.
• Numbers between 11 and 19 are simply a ten plus an amount of ones
• Multiples of 10 up to 90 are the same as a single-digit amount of tens (e.g., 70 is the same as 7 tens and 0 ones).
• How to compare 2 two-digit numbers based on what they have learned about place value.

• Use place value understanding and properties to add and subtract. While learning how to add a two-digit number to a one-digit number or 10, students will come to an understanding that they will add tens and tens together, then ones and ones, and sometimes have to compose a new ten to reach the answer (e.g., 36 + 42 = 30 + 40 = 70, 6 + 2 = 8. First graders will also be taught how to mentally add 10 to a two-digit number and how to subtract multiples of 10 (within 90; e.g., 40 - 20 = 20).

## Measurement and Data

• Measure lengths directly and by iterating length units. Students will order three objects by length and indirectly compare the length of two objects by using the third. Also, first graders will express the length of an object in units by using copies of a shorter object (for example, by measuring a long Lego block with smaller, equal-sized Legos).

• Tell and write time. Students will tell and write time, on analog and digital clocks, down to the half-hour.

• Represent and interpret data. First graders will be taught to ask and answer questions on the total number of data points, how many of something are in a category, and how many more or less are in one category than another.

• Reason with shapes and their attributes. The difference between defining attributes (a square has four sides) versus a non-defining attribute (that square is blue!) will be taught. Students will also compose two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes and partition circles and rectangles into two or four equal shares, learning the terms halves, fourths and quarters along the way.

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• Identify and describe shapes. Kindergartners will learn the names of shapes, describe objects in relation to their positions (e.g., above, below, near, away, and so on), and describe if something is two-dimensional or three-dimensional.

•Analyze, create, compare, and compose shapes. Students will learn about, analyze, describe, and compare two- and three-dimensional shapes in terms of their characteristics (for example, a triangle has three sides) and size. They will also create shapes by drawing or building, and compose simple shapes into larger shapes (e.g., placing two squares together to get a rectangle).

## The Truth About CCSS and Performance

Common Core aims to improve educational performance and standardize what students should learn at every grade in preparation for a lifetime of application, but it does not set curricula, nor does it direct how teachers should teach. As with any educational reform, some teachers, schools, and school districts will struggle with CCSS, some will seamlessly adapt, and some will thrive. As a parent, your responsibility is to monitor what your first-grader is learning, discover what is working or isn’t working for your child, and to communicate with his or her teacher—and to accept that your children’s math instruction does differ from what you learned when you were younger, or even what they might have learned last year. The transition can be a little daunting for parent and student alike, but that’s not a product of the standard itself. Common Core simply takes a new, more pointed approach to improving the quality of math instruction in this country.

## The Benefits

As previously mentioned, CCSS decreases the number of topics students learn at each grade. However, the remaining topics are covered so extensively that the chances a child will master the corresponding skills increase. An analogy to this approach is comparing two restaurants. One restaurant has a varied menu with dozens of items; the other only serves hamburgers, fries, and milk shakes. The quality of the food at the first restaurant may vary upon the cooks’ experience, the multitude of ingredients required for so many offerings, and the efficiency (or lack thereof) of the staff. Because the second restaurant only serves three items, mastering those three items efficiently should result in an excellent customer experience. That’s not to say the first restaurant won’t succeed (because many do), but there’s always a chance that something on the menu won’t live up to the business’s own expectations.

By reducing the number of math topics taught, Common Core helps ensure students are truly ready for what comes next. Given the attention given to the included concepts, more practical applications and alternate operations of the math can be explored.

Coinciding with the reduction of topics is an emphasis on vigor—achieving a “deep command” of the math being taught. Students will be challenged to understand the concepts behind mathematical operations rather than just resorting to rote memorization and processes to get a right answer. Speed and accuracy are still important; kids won’t be getting away that easily from flash cards and quizzes that increase fluency. Moreover, Common Core places even additional emphasis on practical application—after all, the math kids learn now will be important when they become adults, even if they never have to think about prime numbers or symmetrical lines in their day-to-day lives.

Finally, CCSS links standards from grade to grade so that the skills learned at one level translate into the tools they need to learn at the next level. This coherence would seem an obvious educational approach, but often, there is no link—students are taught a skill in first grade that might not be used (and might have to be re-taught) until third Each new concept in Common Core is an extension of a previous, already learned concept.

## Math Practices to Help Improve Performance

In addition to the grade-specific standards it sets forth, Common Core also emphasizes eight “Standards of Mathematical Practice” that teachers at all levels are encouraged to develop in their students.3 These eight practices, designed to improve student performance, are described here, with added information on how they apply to first-graders.

• Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them Students explain the problem to themselves and determine ways they can reach a solution. Then, they work at the problem until it’s solved. This CCSS math practice encourages students to take their time to read and try understanding the problem, emphasizing that the process is ultimately important even if it doesn’t result in a correct answer. This initiative is particularly crucial for first-graders, who are just learning to read and might naturally proceed slower while trying to solve a word problem. Students this age will also be encouraged to use pictures or objects to better visualize the problem and solution.
• Reason abstractly and quantitatively Students decontextualize and contextualize problems. By decontextualizing, they break down the problem into anything other than the standard operation. By contextualizing, they apply math into problems that seemingly have none. For example, first-graders may decontextualize an addition problem by using their fingers to arrive at an answer. Children this age who are contextualizing may see a picture with eight objects and visually break the image into two groups of 4 and 4 of the object.
• Construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others Students use their acquired math knowledge and previous results to explain or critique their work or the work of others. First-graders might still be learning to read and write well, but they do know how to express themselves and may jump at the chance to answer a question out loud. Besides boosting their confidence, the ability to explain the math will increase their ability to excel at it.
• Model with mathematics This is just like it sounds: Students use math to solve real-world problems. First-graders can be challenged to take the math skills they have learned into their own lives. For example, a child trying to count his toy Hot Wheels cars may group them by tens to more easily arrive at an answer
• Use appropriate tools strategically Another self-explanatory practice: Students learn and determine which tools are best for the math problem at hand. In first-grade, children will be taught so much arithmetic that knowing and using the appropriate symbols and signs (e.g., plus sign, minus sign, equals sign, and so on) is vital.
• Attend to precision Students strive to be exact and meticulous—period. As the focus in first grade turns toward mastering basic math facts, arriving at correct answers by any way possible takes on added importance. Furthermore, if a student can’t come up with the right answer on a more complex problem, he should be taking steps to figure out how to solve (e.g. recognize place value: ones, tens, hundreds) or should ask for help.
• Look for and make use of structure Students will look for patterns and structures within math and apply these discoveries to subsequent problems. For example, first-graders who understand the bundling of tens might use that knowledge to easily add 11 to something (just add 1 to the tens place and 1 to the ones place).
• Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning Students come to realizations—“a-ha” moments is a good term for these realizations—about the math operations that they are performing and use this knowledge in subsequent problems. For example, a firstgrader might realize that adding 2 to an even number results in another even number, then use that knowledge to help develop her addition skills.

Some of parents’ trepidation with Common Core isn’t so much with the guidelines themselves, but with the testing now aligned with CCSS via local math curricula. Standardized testing was stressful for students and parents before; with the ongoing Common Core implementation, many families simply don’t know what to expect.

Fortunately, CCSS does not have to be that stressful, for you or your first grader. Here are some tips to help your children succeed with Common Core math:

## Give them some real-world math

A basic tenet of Common Core is to apply math principles to real-world situations. Why not start now? Give your child math problems when you are out and about—the store, in traffic, the park, and so on. For example, if your first grader plays soccer, have her separately count the players on your team and on the other team and tell you how many kids there are total.

## Take time to learn what they are learning

You might look at a worksheet your child brings home and think, “This isn’t the math I’m used to.” Because Common Core emphasizes understanding the process of arriving at an answer, your child may be taught additional ways to fry a mathematical egg, so to speak. Instead of shunning these approaches, learn them for yourself. Once you comprehend these additional methods, you will be better able to help your child comprehend them as well.

## Encourage them to show their work

This suggestion can be read two ways. First, students will be encouraged to show how they arrived at an answer, especially within Common Core. Second, ask your children to show you their homework, particularly the challenging stuff. Explaining how a problem is solved is a basic CCSS tenet, so if your kids can be confident in explaining their work to you, they will carry that confidence into the classroom when the teacher asks for those same explanations.

## Seek more help if necessary

If your first grader is struggling with the new math standards, talk with his or her teacher first. You then might want to seek outside resources to help your child. Several online resources provide math help, including worksheets and sample tests that conform to Common Core standards. Tutoring might be an option you consider as well. Innovative iPad-based math programs have emerged that combine the personalized approach of a tutor with today’s technology. This revolutionary approach also may feature a curriculum based on Common Core, thus ensuring your child’s learning at home is aligned with what he or she is learning at school.

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• Work with addition and subtraction equations.
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• Understand place value.
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It's no secret that mathematics is a foundational subject for students to learn. Math forms the basis for so many other subjects — like science, engineering, and technology — and because of that, it's essential that students develop strong math skills from a young age.

Learning math in 1st grade is an exciting and crucial part of a child's education. First of all, it helps first graders begin to develop critical thinking, logical reasoning, and problem-solving skills, teaching them to think outside the box. It also helps develop their understanding of numbers and basic operations, which are important for everyday life. Lastly, it prepares them for more advanced math topics they will encounter in future.

## The key concepts for 1st grade math

In 1st grade math, kids learn simple concepts such as counting, basic addition and subtraction, solving simple word problems, telling time, and money. These mathematical concepts are the building blocks that will help them succeed in the future grades when they tackle more complex topics like place value, and basic fractions.

## Counting and Number Recognition

Counting and number recognition are the most fundamental concepts in 1st grade math. As a first grader, a student will learn how to count from 1 to 100 and recognize numbers up to 20. They also learn to identify odd and even numbers, count by twos, fives, and tens, and compare numbers.

Addition and subtraction are the next math skills that children learn in 1st grade. They'll primarily learn to add and subtract numbers up to 20 with the aid of manipulatives and number lines. Kids also learn to solve simple word problems this this point.

## Time and Money

Telling time and counting money are also essential concepts that children learn in 1st grade math. They learn to tell time to the hour and half-hour using both analog and digital clocks. They also learn to count coins and bills and solve simple money word problems.

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M athematics is a fundamental subject that shapes the way children think and analyze the world. At the primary school level, laying a strong foundation is crucial. While hands-on activities, digital tools, and interactive discussions play significant roles in learning, worksheets remain an essential tool for reinforcing concepts, practicing skills, and assessing understanding. Here’s a look at some helpful worksheets for primary school math lessons.

## Comparison Chart Worksheets

Comparison charts provide a visual means for primary school students to grasp relationships between numbers or concepts. They are easy to make at www.storyboardthat.com/create/comparison-chart-template , and here is how they can be used:

• Quantity Comparison: Charts might display two sets, like apples vs. bananas, prompting students to determine which set is larger.
• Attribute Comparison: These compare attributes, such as different shapes detailing their number of sides and characteristics.
• Number Line Comparisons: These help students understand number magnitude by placing numbers on a line to visualize their relative sizes.
• Venn Diagrams: Introduced in later primary grades, these diagrams help students compare and contrast two sets of items or concepts.
• Weather Charts: By comparing weather on different days, students can learn about temperature fluctuations and patterns.

## Number Recognition and Counting Worksheets

For young learners, recognizing numbers and counting is the first step into the world of mathematics. Worksheets can offer:

• Number Tracing: Allows students to familiarize themselves with how each number is formed.
• Count and Circle: Images are presented, and students have to count and circle the correct number.
• Missing Numbers: Sequences with missing numbers that students must fill in to practice counting forward and backward.

## Basic Arithmetic Worksheets

Once students are familiar with numbers, they can start simple arithmetic.

• Addition and Subtraction within 10 or 20: Using visual aids like number lines, counters, or pictures can be beneficial.
• Word Problems: Simple real-life scenarios can help students relate math to their daily lives.
• Skip Counting: Worksheets focused on counting by 2s, 5s, or 10s.

## Geometry and Shape Worksheets

Geometry offers a wonderful opportunity to relate math to the tangible world.

• Shape Identification: Recognizing and naming basic shapes such as squares, circles, triangles, etc.
• Comparing Shapes: Worksheets that help students identify differences and similarities between shapes.
• Pattern Recognition: Repeating shapes in patterns and asking students to determine the next shape in the sequence.

## Measurement Worksheets

Measurement is another area where real-life application and math converge.

• Length and Height: Comparing two or more objects and determining which is longer or shorter.
• Weight: Lighter vs. heavier worksheets using balancing scales as visuals.
• Time: Reading clocks, days of the week, and understanding the calendar.

## Data Handling Worksheets

Even at a primary level, students can start to understand basic data representation.

• Tally Marks: Using tally marks to represent data and counting them.
• Simple Bar Graphs: Interpreting and drawing bar graphs based on given data.
• Pictographs: Using pictures to represent data, which can be both fun and informative.

## Place Value Worksheets

Understanding the value of each digit in a number is fundamental in primary math.

• Identifying Place Values: Recognizing units, tens, hundreds, etc., in a given number.
• Expanding Numbers: Breaking down numbers into their place value components, such as understanding 243 as 200 + 40 + 3.
• Comparing Numbers: Using greater than, less than, or equal to symbols to compare two numbers based on their place values.

## Fraction Worksheets

Simple fraction concepts can be introduced at the primary level.

• Identifying Fractions: Recognizing half, quarter, third, etc., of shapes or sets.
• Comparing Fractions: Using visual aids like pie charts or shaded drawings to compare fractions.
• Simple Fraction Addition: Adding fractions with the same denominator using visual aids.

## Money and Real-Life Application Worksheets

Understanding money is both practical and a great way to apply arithmetic.

• Identifying Coins and Notes: Recognizing different denominations.
• Simple Transactions: Calculating change, adding up costs, or determining if there’s enough money to buy certain items.
• Word Problems with Money: Real-life scenarios involving buying, selling, and saving.

## Logic and Problem-Solving Worksheets

Even young students can hone their problem-solving skills with appropriate challenges.

• Sequences and Patterns: Predicting the next item in a sequence or recognizing a pattern.
• Logical Reasoning: Simple puzzles or riddles that require students to think critically.
• Story Problems: Reading a short story and solving a math-related problem based on the context.

Worksheets allow students to practice at their own pace, offer teachers a tool for assessment, and provide parents with a glimpse into their child’s learning progression. While digital tools and interactive activities are gaining prominence in education, the significance of worksheets remains undiminished. They are versatile and accessible and, when designed creatively, can make math engaging and fun for young learners.

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## Free Leap Year Printables Packet for Kids: Learn All About Leap Day

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Want to learn more about Leap Year traditions? Add some fun learning opportunities to your Leap Day celebrations with these free printable Leap Year printables for kids . These Leap Year activity pages feature a variety of activities and information about traditions around the world that are perfect for kids in elementary and middle school. Just grab the free printables and get ready to celebrate February 29th!

## Free Leap Year Printables for Kids

This free printable Leap Year Learning Packet contains information about Leap Year and Leap Day traditions, why it is necessary, and more. The 8-page booklet is very visually appealing for kids, full of fun graphics and activities to help them learn more about Leap Day while keeping them engaged.

You and your kids or students will love these no-prep Leap Day pages to learn more about traditions around the world, as well as to practice some math skills as well as other activities.

This printable packet is perfect for use before February 29th to prepare for Leap Day. You can also save all of the pages to read through and complete on Leap Day. However, there is a countdown on one part of a page to countdown from February 1st until Leap Day. That is an optional portion of the page. Don’t worry if you don’t use that throughout the month!

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## Age and Grade Levels for the Free Leap Year Printables Packet

The Leap Day printables are good for children in mid- to upper elementary and middle school, although they may also work for children both younger and older than that. Since this is a totally free packet, this is a great opportunity to grab the packet and pick and choose to use whatever is appropriate for your children or students.

Children younger than that age range may also enjoy and benefit from the Leap Year Printables Packet. However, they may need some assistance with some of the math-centered sections of the packet. This could be a great opportunity to talk about some of the math as a group rather than having children work on that individually.

## How to Grab and Print The Leap Day Printables Set

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The pdf file for the Leap Day Printables Set will open in a new window. Once you open it, you can either print right from there or save the freebie to your computer or device to print later. (I recommend saving and then printing after opening it on your computer or device.)

If you have any printing issues, I have some tips here that can help with a variety of issues that sometimes pop up because of different web browsers or updates.

I recommend printing this packet on regular white printer paper , as there are several pages with colored graphics on them. To save on printing costs, however, the pages will all still look great if you print the packet on white paper and in black and white instead of color.

If you plan to make a whole day out of your Leap Year learning, you could also consider printing on white cardstock and putting in a spiral binding or comb binding . This way, children can save this for later and look at it again in four years, especially because of the Leap Year Time Capsule page.

## What’s Included in the Leap year Printables Packet for Kids?

Pages and activities included in the free camping journal printable packet:

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• Explanation for Why We Have a Leap Year
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• Leap Day Countdown from February 1st – February 29th
• Early Calendars and the Problem with Early Calendars
• The Introduction of Leap Years
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• The Gregorian Calendar
• An interactive Leap Year Time Line with recent and future Leap Years
• A section with a math flow chart for determining the divisibility of the year to determine whether the year will be a Leap Year or not
• A quiz section to use those facts in order to determine if particular listed years are/were Leap Years or not
• Leap Year in Different Cultures – this page includes nine fact sections with information about traditions, beliefs, or events in various countries around the world

• Leap Year Creative Writing Prompts Page – This page includes two different Leap Day-themed writing prompts and space for writing. You may opt to include a blank page for a larger writing space.
• Leap Year Time Capsule Page – This page contains multiple areas to write with prompts, such as writing about some specific things about yourself now, some of your favorite things now, predictions for the future, and goals for the future.

## More Leap Day Activities

If you’re looking for more Leap Day Activities, you’ll want to check this out:

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