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Rich with scads of practice, the CCSS aligned printable 1st grade math worksheets with answer keys help kids solve addition and subtraction problems within 20, extend their counting sequence, understand place value and number systems, measure length and compare sizes, tell time, count money, represent and interpret data, and know the attributes of 2D and 3D shapes in geometry. Our free math worksheets for grade 1 kids give you a peek into what's in store!
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Counting and Adding Pictures
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.
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.
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
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Number Sense Worksheets for 1st Graders
Making Groups of Objects Worksheet
Learn number sense at the speed of lightning by making groups of objects.
Complete the Counting Worksheet
Be on your way to become a mathematician by practicing to complete the counting.
Counting Sequence Worksheet
Kids must practice counting sequence in this worksheet.
Number Hunt : 2 Worksheet
A fun and engaging worksheet that challenges students to locate and highlight all the number 2s.
Addition Worksheets for 1st Graders
Count to Complete Addition Sentences Worksheet
Put your skills to the test by practicing to count to complete addition sentences.
Identify the Correct Group Worksheet
Learners must identify the correct group to enhance their math skills.
Draw More to Complete the Addition Sentence Worksheet
Reveal the secrets of math wizardry by drawing more to complete the addition sentence.
Complete the Dice Pattern Worksheet
Be on your way to become a mathematician by practicing to complete the dice pattern.
Subtraction Worksheets for 1st Graders
Write Subtraction Equation using Clues Worksheet
Assess your math skills by writing subtraction equations using clues.
Use Pictures to Subtract Worksheet
Learners must use pictures to subtract to enhance their math skills.
Create Subtraction Sentences Worksheet
Be on your way to become a mathematician by practicing to create subtraction sentences.
Find 1 Less than a Number Worksheet
Solidify your math skills by practicing to find 1 less than a number.
Geometry Worksheets for 1st Graders
Sort on the Basis of Number of Corners Worksheet
Print this worksheet to practice sorting on the basis of number of corners.
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.
Squares and Circles Worksheet
Practice squares and circles by printing this playful worksheet.
Measurement Worksheets for 1st Graders
Draw Longer and Shorter Objects Worksheet
Use this printable worksheet to draw longer and shorter objects to strengthen your math skills.
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.
Time Worksheets for 1st Graders
AM and PM Worksheet
Assess your math skills by practicing AM and PM in this worksheet.
Hour Hand and Minute Hand Worksheet
Be on your way to become a mathematician by practicing the hour hand and the minute hand.
Identify the Clock Showing Half Past Worksheet
In this worksheet, learners will get to identify the clock showing 'half past'.
Write the Time in O'Clock Worksheet
Pack your math practice time with fun by writing the time in O'Clock.
Money Worksheets for 1st Graders
Count the Coins to Answer Worksheet
Learners must count the coins correctly to enhance their math skills.
Identify the Coin Worksheet
Dive into this fun-filled printable worksheet by practicing to identify the coin.
Draw Coins Worksheet
Reinforce math concepts by practicing to draw coins.
Guess the Price Worksheet
Dive into this fun-filled printable worksheet by practicing to guess the price.
Word Problems Worksheets for 1st Graders
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.
Choose the Correct Operation— Add or Subtract Worksheet
Make math practice a joyride by choosing the correct operation— Add or Subtract.
Represent the Scenarios Using Equations Worksheet
This downloadable worksheet is designed to represent the given scenarios using equations.
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Complete the Number Sentence Worksheet
This downloadable worksheet is designed to help you complete the number sentence.
Complete Subtraction Sentence Using Pictures Worksheet
Help your child revise subtraction by completing subtraction sentences using pictures.
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.
Create and Solve Your Own Story Problem Worksheet
Help your child revise subtraction by creating and solving your own story problem.
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.
Solve Subtraction Problems Using Bar Model Worksheet
Combine math learning with adventure by solving subtraction problems using bar models.
Counting Using 10-frames Worksheet
Put your skills to the test by counting using 10-frames.
Counting Dots on Ladybugs Worksheet
This downloadable worksheet is designed to practice math skills by counting dots on ladybugs.
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.
Solving Story Problems on Subtraction Worksheet
Learn subtraction at the speed of lightning by solving story problems on subtraction.
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.
Teen Numbers Worksheet
Kids must practice teen numbers by printing this playful worksheet.
Number Sentence Worksheet
Help your child revise number sense by solving the number sentences.
Subtraction Sentence Worksheet
Pack your math practice time with fun by revising subtraction sentences.
Rectangles and Triangles Worksheet
This downloadable worksheet is designed to practice rectangles and triangles.
Which One is Taller Worksheet
Put your skills to the test by practicing to identify which one is taller.
Guess the Time on the Clock Worksheet
Guess the time on the clock by printing this playful worksheet.
Write Values of Bills Worksheet
Make math practice a joyride by solving problems to write the values of bills.
Decomposing a Teen Number Worksheet
In this worksheet, learners will get to decompose a teen number.
Making a Number Sentence Worksheet
Help your child revise number sense by making a number sentence.
Complete the Subtraction Equation Worksheet
Reveal the secrets of math wizardry by practicing to complete the subtraction equation.
Shapes in Our Surroundings Worksheet
Put your skills to the test by practicing to identify shapes in our surroundings.
Which Object is Taller Worksheet
This downloadable worksheet is designed to help you identify which object is taller.
Show the Time Using Hands Worksheet
Print this worksheet to show the time using hands like a math legend!
Values of One- and Two-Dollar Bills Worksheet
Learners must practice the values of one- and two-dollar bills to enhance their math skills.
Identify the Teen Number Worksheet
Boost your ability to identify the teen number by printing this playful worksheet.
Find the Missing Numbers Worksheet
Assess your math skills by finding the missing numbers in this worksheet.
Solve Subtraction Sentences Using Pictures Worksheet
Pack your math practice time with fun by solving subtraction sentences using pictures.
Practicing with Worksheets in 1st Grade
Printable worksheets are a great way to boost confidence, practice concepts, and eliminate misconceptions about the concept. Moreover, the kids can choose the topics that they like and enjoy the progress. These worksheets help to match their needs while keeping them engaging with rewards. The progress is closely monitored. When kids are unable to solve a particular worksheet, you, as a parent, would be able to identify the concept with the problem and practice more to increase the necessary math vocabulary.
Here are some of the math worksheets for 1st graders on SplashLearn:
Counting numbers worksheets.
Complete the Counting: Counting is the preliminary stage of math. When kids practice counting as much as possible, they can identify before, after, or between numbers without any struggle. In Complete the Counting, the kids can use their understanding of number sequence and fill all the missing numbers from 1 to 10.
Guess the Missing Number: A worksheet that eliminates any misconceptions of sequence in numbers, Guess the Missing Number will help kids conceptualize their understanding of before, after, and in-between numbers. With this, they will be able to revise the counting of numbers.
Count Using Pictures: Kids love looking at colorful pictures. In Count Using Pictures, kids will have to count the different colorful objects given and circle from the given three numbers. This will help them recite counting from 1 to 10 each time they find a new sequence. Moreover, they will practice identifying any particular number from the group of numbers given.
Count and Match the Objects: Want to have your kids enjoy learning and practicing in a fun way? With Count and Match the Objects, kids will see and count the range of colorful objects and find the number on the right column to match.
Complete the Number Sentence: Kids will count the number of colored and uncolored objects and add them to practice addition.
Complete Subtraction Sentence Using Pictures: In this worksheet, kids will see some objects out of which a few would be crossed out. They then will count the number of objects taken away (crossed out) from the total number to give the difference.
Shapes in Everyday Life : One of the best worksheets to encourage shape recognition with everyday objects, kids will have to look at the objects and identify the basic shapes they make.
Which One is Longer: Which One is Longer acts as the first step towards developing measurement skills. Kids will identify and tick the object that is longer between the two.
With SplashLearn’s online educational and downloadable worksheets, learning in every grade becomes fun and engaging. Let your kids meet their full potential and fall in love with math!
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Engage your students in the learning process by providing learning opportunities for both guided and independent practice with Math 1 Worktext . Skills for writing equations, reading graphs, and problem solving are introduced using theme characters Digit the Clown and Cecilia, his pet seal, to help young students foster a love for math. Two new chapters have been added to the worktext—a chapter on plane figures and one on charts and graphs. Within the worktext, students are provided with ample opportunities to practice new concepts as well as space to show their solutions by drawing pictures or using the pictures that have been provided. The worktext includes colorful theme counters, puppets, a Digit clock, and work mats.
Math 1 Teacher's Edition with CD
This designed to help teachers successfully implement the math materials by making the students active participants in math lessons. Each lesson contains background information, teaching strategies, and questions that guide teachers in teaching lessons that help students successfully understand the concepts of each lesson. Two new chapters have been added to the Math 1 educational materials—a chapter on plane figures and one on charts and graphs. The Teacher’s Edition also includes reduced-size student pages along with answer overprints for easy reference and grading. The Teacher’s Toolkit CD , located inside the back cover of the Teacher’s Edition, contains additional teacher helps.
Math 1 Student Manipulatives
The BJU Press educational materials for math seek to teach for understanding. One of the best ways to help students understand foundational math concepts is by using manipulatives. The Math K5-1 Student Manipulative Packet contains geometric shapes, fraction pieces, and money to be used in the lessons by the students. The packet also contains a Hundred Chart, Number Cards, Sign Cards, Dot Pattern Cards, rulers, Ten Bars, Ten Frames, and place value pieces. The items are perforated for easy preparation. The manipulatives will be used by students in Math K5 and in Math 1.
Math 1 Teacher's Visual Packet
Contains colorful teaching charts to use when teaching lessons and for classroom display. The packet also contains large duplicates of the manipulatives provided in the Math 1 Student Manipulatives Packet (286690) such as the fraction kit, place value kit, number cards, dot pattern cards, money, and stick puppets.
Math 1 Reviews
Provides practice for each lesson in Math 1 as well as a review of concepts that have been taught in previous lessons. Chapter reviews and cumulative reviews are included at the end of each chapter. The pages may be used any time after the lesson has been taught.
Math 1 Reviews Answer Key
Provides overprinted answers for activity pages for convenient grading and evaluation.
Math 1 Tests
Help access student understanding of the concepts taught in Math 1 . Each test is written on a grade-appropriate level and contains a variety of different question formats.
Math 1 Tests Answer Key
Includes a copy of each chapter test with an answer overprint.
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Not just addition and subtraction worksheets, but also other topics need to be practiced. Skills like ascending and descending order up to 2 digits, addition with zero, addition of 3 single digits, subtraction of two digit numbers from 2 digit without borrow, understanding basics of fractions and geometry, telling time and so on, have to be drilled in their minds. All they need is practice and that's what we provide here in a fun manner. These printable are perfect for teachers, homeschooling mothers, parents who are looking for something different from their monotonous curriculum. The story help them in developing their reading skills and relating to the problem more easily.
- Two birds with one stone: Not only do these printables assist in Math practice but also in developing kids' reading and comprehension skills.
- Suits all 1st graders: These Math printable are scientifically developed in such a way that they perfectly suit a 1st graders sensibilities to understand & solve Math! It is hands-on and colorful and children find the stories very relatable.
- Bidding a bye to boredom: First graders are new to the experience of actual school life that can be quite overwhelming. These interesting story-packed printables can be easily replaced with revision sessions at home or school before a test. These can take the rote out of their study life.
- First graders have lot of enthusiasm. Use that in simple math activities in class or home.
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- Try to make shapes through play dough and name them.
- While solving these, ask them to tighten the grip of pencil, sharpies or crayons to write better.
- Read the story with your child and help them relate to the problem.
- Club these Grade 1 Worksheets with math board games to get more than 20 X practice.
- Encourage your child to apply the concept repeatedly while solving the printable.
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35 Active Math Games and Activities for Kids Who Love To Move
For all those kids who think math is boring…
Tired of hearing groans when you announce it’s time for math? These active math games and activities will spice up your learning game. They get kids up and moving, using their whole bodies to learn facts and skills. Lots of these ideas can be adapted to suit a variety of math concepts, so choose a few to try out with your own math students.
1. Throw snowballs inside or out
Clip flash cards to plastic tubs, then challenge kids to throw the correct number of large white pom-poms (“snowballs”) in from a distance. If there’s snow on the ground, bundle up and take this one outside to use real snowballs!
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2. Stack sticks to practice tally marks
Small sticks are perfect for practicing tally marks. Kids will have fun checking the ground under trees for twigs, then breaking them into pieces and creating tally piles.
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3. Fish for numbers
It’s so easy to make your own magnet fishing pole. Float some numbered foam fish with paper clips attached, then try to catch the numbers in the right order! (Don’t want to get wet? Just lay the fish on the ground instead.)
Learn more: Buggy and Buddy/Fishing Math
4. Draw and measure shapes on the sidewalk
First, give kids some sidewalk chalk and let them draw a variety of shapes, as big or small as they like. Then, arm them with measuring tapes and have them practice taking measurements.
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5. Stomp and smash on a number line
Grab some paper bags and number them, then shake them out and lay them in a number line. Now, call out an addition or subtraction problem, like 3 + 2. Have a student stomp on the bag labeled three, then on the next two to arrive at an answer of five. (Feeling brave? Try this one with balloons!)
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6. Grow fact-family flowers
Pick up colorful fall leaves and write math facts on them. Gather them around a numbered rock to make pretty flowers.
Learn more: @discoverwildlearning
7. Toss beanbags to learn place value
Label bins with place values like ones, tens, and hundreds. Kids toss beanbags into the bins, then count them and see what number they’ve created.
Learn more: Saddle Up for Second Grade/Place Value Toss
8. Form paper-plate number bonds
Pass out numbered paper plates, then have students mix and mingle to see how many number bonds they can form.
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9. Create a life-size number line
Number lines are wonderful for all sorts of math games and activities. Make one big enough for kids to stand and jump around on using sidewalk chalk (or painter’s tape indoors). You’ll use it over and over again.
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10. Hit the target and graph
You can teach graphing in lots of ways, so why not make it active? Students throw balls onto a target, graphing and analyzing their throws as they go.
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11. Head out on a plot graph scavenger hunt
Create a map of your school, playground, or other area using graph paper (or even better, have kids help you do it). Then choose plot points for them to visit to find notes or small prizes. They’ll feel like real treasure hunters!
Learn more: Edventures With Kids
12. Roll the dice to count and move
Get practice with low-number counting and addition using action dice. Write activities like “jump,” “clap,” or “stomp” on a small wooden block, then roll it along with a pair of dice. Kids add them up (or subtract if you prefer) and complete the activity the number of times shown.
Learn more: Buggy and Buddy/Math Dice
13. Whack a ball to subtract
You know your elementary math students are going to love this! Build your own whack-a-mole 10-frame with a shoebox and Ping-Pong balls. Then, have kids whack the balls to practice their subtraction facts. So fun!
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14. Make a splash with water balloons
You’re going to need to be willing to get a little wet for this one, but kids simply adore math games (or any games!) with water balloons. Fill and label balloons numbered 1 through 20 (or whatever numbers you’re working on). Draw the numbers in a big circle on the playground. Then, have a student choose a balloon, find the matching number, and head off to make a splash!
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15. Tell time on a giant clock
Draw a giant clock face with hours and minutes on the playground with sidewalk chalk. Choose two students to be the hour and minute hands, then call out a time and send them out to become the clock. Add more complicated elements by having them add to or subtract from the initial time too. (“Now it’s 23 minutes later!”)
Learn more: Creative Family Fun/Sidewalk Chalk Clock
16. Measure your frog jumps
Have your students hop like frogs, leap like gazelles, or jump like kangaroos. Then, pull out the ruler or measuring tape so they can measure the distances they’ve covered.
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17. Jump to math facts practice
Lay out a grid like the one shown that has the answers to whatever set of math flash cards you’re currently working with. (This teacher used masking tape; you could also do sidewalk chalk on the playground.) Two players face off, one on each side of the board. Show the flash card, and kids race to be the first to jump to the correct square with both feet inside the lines. Get all the rules at the link below.
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18. Run a flash-card race
Tape a series of flash cards to the floor and challenge kids to see who can correctly make their way from start to finish the fastest. They can call out the answers or write them down, but they have to get it right before they move on. Kids can race side by side or work independently to beat their own best time.
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19. Catch a math beach ball
Beach balls are so much fun in the classroom. Scribble numbers all over one with a Sharpie, then toss it to a student. Wherever their thumbs land, they add (or subtract or multiply) those two numbers together before tossing the ball to the next student.
Learn more: Saddle Up for Second Grade/Beach Ball Math
20. Do a number dance
Kids who love “Dance Dance Revolution” will get into this one. Make a number mat for each student like the ones shown. Flash an equation with an answer between 10 and 99 on the screen. Kids figure out the answer and jump to put their left foot on the correct tens place, right foot on the ones. They’ll be dancing and spinning as they learn!
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21. Groove with angles
Teach kids about transversals and the angles they create with some fun dance moves! Get the details for “Dance Dance Transversal” at the link below.
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22. Add and subtract by stacking cups
We’re not sure why, but kids simply love stacking cups. Label yours with math problems and answers, then have kids build pyramids and towers galore!
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23. Measure the height of a tree (no ladder needed)
Kids will be amazed to learn they can measure the tallest tree while keeping their feet on the ground. The link below walks you through the steps with a free printable.
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24. Count and learn on a nature walk
Take an outdoor stroll and practice basic math along the way. This works indoors too—walk the school hallways (quietly) and count doors, windows, posters, and more.
Learn more: Creative Family Fun/Math Walk
25. Hunt for shapes in the world around you
Looking for super-simple and fun active math games? Give students a sheet with shapes to find as you walk around the school or playground. Each time they find the shape, have them trace it on their worksheet and then make a mark to keep track of how many times they’ve seen it.
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26. Steal the balls with addition robbery
Kids compete to see whose basket of balls will add up to the highest amount. The trick? They don’t know at the beginning which balls are worth the most. Learn how to play at the link below.
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27. Puddle-jump from number to number
Lay out a series of construction paper puddles labeled with numbers. You can call out numbers and have kids jump to the correct one, or have them jump from one to the next in order forward or backward, or even try some skip counting.
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28. Paint and hide number rocks
Painted rocks are always a big hit! Have your class help you make these, then hide them around the playground and send kids off to find and answer equations.
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29. Skip-count along a hopscotch board
A hopscotch board can be used for a lot of fun and active math games. Try it for skip counting: Kids hop along counting by 2s, 5s, 10s, or whatever you’re currently working on. Learn more at the link below.
Learn more: Math Geek Mama/Skip-Counting Hopscotch
30. Aim and throw to practice math skills
Pick up a set of Sticky Darts and draw two dartboards side by side. You can label the rings with any numbers you like. Kids throw the darts and then add, subtract, multiply, or divide the numbers—your choice!
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31. Design an outdoor board game
Draw a winding path and fill the spaces with math equations. Kids roll the dice and move from space to space (have them jump, skip, or twirl to mix things up). If they get the answer right, they move to the new space. If not, their turn is over. Customizable math games like this can be used at any level.
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32. Turn UNO into an active math game
Grab your UNO deck and get ready to move! Assign each color a movement (hop, touch toes, etc.). As kids draw the cards, everyone completes the movement the correct number of times. Skip and Reverse work as usual, but anyone who gets Draw Two has to draw two more cards and complete the actions on their own while others cheer them on. See more at the link below.
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33. Bowl them over while learning math facts
Active math games using recycled materials are economical and good for the environment. Set up empty plastic bottles labeled 1 through 10, then roll the ball to see how many you can knock down. Add up the numbers of the knocked-over bottles to get your score.
Learn more: Learn With Play at Home
34. Compete to win at putt-putt math
Pick up a few dollar-store supplies and make your own putt-putt course. This can be a simple game where kids simply shoot for the highest (or lowest) number. But you can also drive up the complexity by putting equations on the cups that kids have to solve first to determine which is the best cup to aim for.
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35. Give a classic game a math twist
Create active math games that give new life to existing resources. For example, add numbers to Twister! For more advanced players, instead of saying “Right hand 5,” try saying “Right hand 14 – 9” to make them think.
Learn more: Math Geek Mama/Twister Math
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Math Activities for 1st Grade
We know that kids aren’t exactly excited at the thought of doing math. It involves numbers, calculations, and basically everything that requires kids to keep wracking their brains. It is only natural that they feel distracted from time to time while solving math problems.
That’s why we’ve listed these awesome math activities for 1st grade that take the fear out of figures and even make math FUN. Don’t believe us? Check out our math activities for 1st grade below.
Our hands-on math activities for 1st grade test your child’s math skills in the most fun ways possible.
Math Baseball: Math Games for Addition and Subtraction
Review your child’s addition and subtraction knowledge with one of our best, hands-on math activities for 1st grade.
To play this game, you’ll need a pair of dice, a sheet of paper, counters to use as baseball players (or any tiny props), and number cards.
First, make your game board using your sheet of paper. It’s simple, just draw a simple diamond shape on hard paper or a poster board. Label the box in each corner with a number card. These number cards must change for each inning. Remember to place your counters/props and assign props of different colors to each team.
Each player rolls the dice, makes a math equation (using addition and subtraction) to equal one of the 4 numbers on your diamond box to get a home run. If they can’t create an equation to equal the number on the board for more than 3 rounds, they’re disqualified.
If you’re looking for digital-physical, fun math activities for 1st grade, check out Osmo’s Math Wizard series for grades 1 & 2. Kids will learn addition, subtraction, and measurement through play, all while entering a world of mystical dragons and potions.
Part-Whole Relationships: Lego At-Home Math Activities for 1st Grade
Yes! This is one of the best math activities for 1st grade to try with legos!
It’s possible to teach your child about part-whole relationships with legos. First, help them understand what part and whole mean with an example – If you’ve got 80 cookies in total, out of which 35 are dark chocolate and the rest are white chocolate, how many of them are white chocolate cookies? In this example, we need to find the part. The whole, on the other hand, is 80. To find the missing part, we need to solve the equation accordingly.
How can you teach kids this concept with legos? Here’s how. Use an example like this – Ryan (you could use the name of your child instead) had 10 lego blocks, out of which 4 were blue, and the rest were yellow. How many lego blocks were yellow? Let them write down equations like “B + Y = L” where B denotes blue, Y denotes yellow, and L represents legos in total. You could hide the right number of yellow blocks under a bowl so that they can cross-check their answer by removing the bowl!
For more at-home math activities for 1st grade, read the rest of our article.
Multiplication Snack Store: Offline, Fun Math Activities for 1st Grade
We know learning multiplication could get a little overwhelming. We’ve got one of the best, hands-on math activities for 1st grade to make multiplication super fun.
First, make sure you’ve got some snacks at home. Maybe some M&Ms, strawberries, biscuits, and pretzels. Put each food item in a bowl on the table, and assign a price to each item. For example, M&Ms could cost 4¢ each, pretzels could cost 3¢ each, and so on.
Now, give each child only about 75 cents. They need to ‘purchase’ the items by multiplying price with quantity, without crossing their spending limit! Once they finish their purchase, they need to give you the remaining amount by using their subtraction skills.
Playful Venn Diagrams: Best Math Activities for 1st Grade
Learning Venn diagrams can be exciting with toy animals! Try one of our best math activities for 1st grade today.
Make 3 big circles with animal attributes like – herbivore, carnivore, omnivore, or mammals, reptiles, and amphibians. This is a great way to introduce them to new vocabulary too! Once you’ve formed your circles, ask your kids to place the animal toys in the right circle accordingly.
Play a tic tac toe game with addition problems. Find a solution to each problem in the box (grid), and circle or dot the ones that sum up to 10. The first child to get three in a row can be declared as a winner.
Navigate a time telling puzzle
Always begin with the first clock and color in the straight line that displays the exact time. That leads the child to the next watch, and so on until they are done.
We hope you liked our math activities for 1st grade. Visit our website for more math games for kids , and math games for grade 1 .
Frequently Asked Questions on Math Activities for 1st Grade
What are some of the math activities for 1st grade.
Some of the Math Activities for 1st Grade are math addition and subtraction games, math baseball, Osmo’s number, Osmo’s math wizard, division snack store, multiplication bakery truck, etc.
What are the advantages of Math Activities for 1st Grade?
The advantages of Math Activities for 1st Grade are that kids learn counting and counting numbers. Also, you can engage them in addition and subtraction games for 1st grade.
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