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I created this minimalist math curriculum because I want my own kids to have a positive attitude towards math. I feel like all the repetition that kids experience using a more traditional curriculum is unnecessary in the elementary years. If kids develop a distaste for math because they are overwhelmed by the amount of work they have to do, then it is actually counterproductive. This first grade minimalist math curriculum I created exposes kids to all the same types of problem with the same range of difficulty that they would find in a traditional curriculum, just without all the repetition.

You can learn more about my methodology and my reasons for creating this curriculum here. Basically, I have created 36 worksheets for my children to complete during the school year. Each worksheet consists of 10 different types of problems. As the year goes on, the problems progress in difficulty. Rather than doing math daily, my kids do one 10 problem worksheet each week.

Kids will likely need help completing this 10 problem worksheet. I recommend sitting next to them and taking the time to explain the concepts. My kids look forward to doing math with me, because they know they will have my full attention for those 20 minutes.

If kids can master these 360 problems during the year, I believe they will be as good at math as if they had done a full, traditional curriculum. So far, my kids all test at or above grade level in math despite spending much less time on the subject.

This first grade minimalist math curriculum covers the following 10 topics. Each week a child does one problem from each of these categories.

• Understanding Numbers
• Word Problems
• Spatial Sense
• Geometry
• Patterns & Sequences
• Units & Measurement
• Telling Time
• Fractions
• Graphs, Charts, and Tables
• Calculations

One weakness of this curriculum is that they will be slower at basic math operation such as addition and subtraction, because they are not practicing these memorization facts regularly. For my oldest, I just let him be a little slower and did not try to remedy the speed issue until he was in fourth grade. He might have been a little slower than other kids while testing, but since he understood the concepts of addition and subtraction I do not think it affected his accuracy.

However, if you are concerned about their fluency with basic math facts, you can check out some of my free addition and subtraction resources. My kids also like that games in Kate Snow’s Addition Facts that Stick. In addition to fun games for you and your child to play together, it also includes practice worksheets to help your kids master their basic addition facts. The game Clumsy Thief in the Candy Shop is another fun way to build fluency in counting to 20.

Whether you are planning to use this free set of worksheets as your full curriculum or just as a supplement to check for gaps, I hope it is helpful to you!

Time Required: about 20 minutes per week
Difficulty: starts off fairly easy and gets harder as weeks progress
Cost: Free printable

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MetaSchool - Online Math Tests

Take the test 1 Simple addition and subtraction problems Stepanova Elena Grigoryevna, "Secondary School No. 33 named after Hero of Russia Sergeant N.V. Smirnov", Cheboksary
Pass test 2 - 3 Multiplication and division Gilmullina Ilsoyar Gabdraisovna, MBOU "Bekhterevskaya secondary school", Tatarstan.
Pass test 2 - 3 Movement tasks Sorokina Lyubov Anatolyevna, secondary school No. 17, p. Shira, Republic of Khakassia
Pass test 4 Primary school mathematics course Smykalova Elena Vladimirovna, FML No. 366, St. Petersburg
Pass test 4 Mathematics, I semester Staroverova Valentina Vasilievna, GBOU School No. 212 St. Petersburg
Pass test 4 Units Chizhova Yana Mikhailovna. Secondary school No. 849, Moscow.
Pass test 4 - 7 Graphs Shagay Maria Alekseevna, undergraduate of the Russian State Pedagogical University. A. I. Herzen, St. Petersburg
Pass test 4 - 7 Sets Tubyanskaya Ekaterina Pavlovna, undergraduate of the Russian State Pedagogical University. A. I. Hercena, St. Petersburg, teacher of mathematics, secondary school No. 635
Pass test 5 Mathematics course Smykalova Elena Vladimirovna, FML No. 366, St. Petersburg
Pass test 5 Numbering of natural numbers Yamasheva Larisa Nikolaevna, MBOU "Verkhneshipkinskaya secondary school", Tatarstan
Pass test 5 Decimals Rogozhnikova Anna Ivanovna, Zainskaya secondary school No. 6, Tatarstan
Pass test 5 Addition and subtraction of natural numbers Yamasheva Larisa Nikolaevna, MBOU "Verkhneshipkinskaya secondary school", Tatarstan
Pass test 5 Common fractions Sukhanova Tatyana Nikolaevna, Barabo-Yudinskaya secondary school, Novosibirsk region.
Pass test 5 Multiplication and division of natural numbers Tsyger Olga Viktorovna, MBOU "Secondary School No. 87", Tomsk Region
Pass test 5 Mixed numbers Olga Aleksandrovna Zolotova, secondary school No. 30, Tambov
Pass test 5 Equations Vasina Galina Alexandrovna, Boldovskaya secondary school, Republic of Mordovia
Pass test 5 Problems for addition and subtraction of natural numbers Novikova Olga Alexandrovna, "Shchekoldinskaya OOSh", Shchekoldino village, Tver region.
Pass test 5 Cuboid Vershinina Anna Alexandrovna, master student of the Russian State Pedagogical University. A. I. Gertsena, St. Petersburg, teacher of mathematics, secondary school No. 553
Pass test 5 - 6 Interest Mironchuk Irina Stepanovna, secondary school No. 230, St. Petersburg
Pass test 5 - 6 Adding and subtracting decimals Savelyeva Marina Eduardovna, secondary school No. 76, St. Petersburg
Pass test 5 - 6 Multiplication and division of decimals Gavrilova Larisa Albertovna, secondary school named after. K. Ivanova, Bashkortostan.
Pass test 5 - 6 Multiplication and division of common fractions Perevalova Elena Valentinovna, MBOU "OOSH No. 5", Krasnoturinsk
Pass test 5 - 6 Addition and subtraction of rational numbers Gavrilova Larisa Albertovna, secondary school named after. K. Ivanova, Bashkortostan
Pass test 5 - 6 Perimeter and area Ludmila Rudolfovna Lukyanchenko, secondary school No. 7, Adygea.
Pass test 5 - 6 Decimals. Translation, comparison Sashchenko Lada Anatolyevna. Secondary School No. 559, St. Petersburg
Pass test 5 - 6 Multiplication and division of common, mixed and decimal fractions Yulia Isfandiyarovna Kostyuk, undergraduate of the Russian State Pedagogical University. A. I. Herzen, St. Petersburg
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Pass test 5 - 6 Integers. Gaus Nadezhda Pavlovna, undergraduate of the Russian State Pedagogical University. A. I. Herzen, St. Petersburg
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Pass test 5 - 6 Solution of problems on movement along the river Trubinsh Inita Andreevna, trainee of the Russian State Pedagogical University named after. A. I. Herzen, St. Petersburg
Pass test 5 - 6 Geometric figures Raynova Daria Sergeevna, trainee of the Russian State Pedagogical University named after. A. I. Herzen, St. Petersburg
Pass test 5 - 6 Divisibility Lidia Vadimovna Putova, undergraduate of the Russian State Pedagogical University. A. I. Herzen, St. Petersburg
Pass test 5 - 6 Angles and their types. Angle bisector Petropavlovskaya Anna Andreevna, undergraduate of the Russian State Pedagogical University. A. I. Herzen, St. Petersburg
Pass test 5 - 6 Tasks about clocks Ivanova Elena Alekseevna, undergraduate of the Russian State Pedagogical University. A. I. Herzen, St. Petersburg
Pass test 5 - 6 Math games Droyaronova Violetta Anatolyevna, undergraduate of the Russian State Pedagogical University. A. I. Herzen, St. Petersburg
Pass test 5 - 6 Number systems Pavlov Dmitry Alexandrovich, master student of the Russian State Pedagogical University. A. I. Hercena, St. Petersburg, teacher of mathematics, State Budgetary Educational Institution "Presidential FML No. 239»
Pass test 5 - 9 Euler-Venn circles Shcherbina Polina Alekseevna, undergraduate of the Russian State Pedagogical University. A. I. Herzen, St. Petersburg
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Pass test 5 - 10 Logic tasks. Part 2 Gavrilova Larisa Albertovna, secondary school 519, St. Petersburg
Pass test 6 Mathematics course Smykalova Elena Vladimirovna, FML No. 366, St. Petersburg
Pass test 6 Divisibility of numbers Yamasheva Larisa Nikolaevna, MBOU "Verkhneshipkinskaya secondary school", Tatarstan
Pass test 6 Addition and subtraction of common fractions Yamasheva Larisa Nikolaevna, MBOU "Verkhneshipkinskaya secondary school", Tatarstan
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Pass test 6 Rational numbers Sycheva Oksana Ivanovna, MBOU secondary school No. 9, Ust-Ilimsk, Irkutsk region
Pass test 6 Mixed numbers. Addition and subtraction of mixed numbers Eliseeva Olga Borisovna, GBOU secondary school No. 242, St. Petersburg.
Pass test 6 Greatest Common Divisor and Least Common Multiple Bugaeva Marina Vladislavovna, secondary school No. 62, St. Petersburg
Pass test 6 Coordinates on the plane Nekrasova Svetlana Yurievna, secondary school with. Kozmino, Arkhangelsk region.
Pass test 6 Equations with one unknown Roslyakova Irina Anatolyevna, Secondary school No. 14, Bratsk
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Pass test 6 Positive and negative numbers. Coordinate line Radzhabova Ramziya Juraevna, MBOU Poruchikovskaya secondary school of the Zainsky municipal district of the Republic of Tatarstan
Pass test 6 Number module Fedoseeva Veronika Yuryevna, trainee of the Russian State Pedagogical University named after. A. I. Herzen, St. Petersburg
Pass test 6 Direct and inverse proportionality Goncharova Maria Alekseevna, Kemerovo Presidential Cadet School, Kemerovo
Pass test 6 - 7 Periodic fractions Anastasia Dostovalova, intern at the Russian State Pedagogical University named after A. I. Herzen, St. Petersburg
Pass test 6 - 9 Relations and proportions Ivanova Irina Leonidovna, school number 149, St. Petersburg
Pass test 7 Monomials and polynomials Kolesova Alla Olegovna, MOU secondary school "Basic comprehensive school No. 9", Mezhdurechensk
Pass test 7 Factorization of polynomials Udalova Elena Mikhailovna, GBOU secondary school No. 579, St. Petersburg
Pass test 7 Relations between sides and angles of a triangle Ponomareva Elena Vladimirovna, GBOU secondary school No. 156 with in-depth study of informatics of the Kalininsky district of St. Petersburg
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Pass test 7 Linear function and its graph Sokolova Olga Evgenievna, Kashira, Moscow Region
Pass test 7 Triangles Nuraneeva Gulshat Kasimovna, Chistopol secondary school No. 5, Tatarstan
Pass test 7 Parallel Straights Tolkacheva Elena Sergeevna, Gymnasium No. 13, Aleksina, Tula Region
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Pass test 7 Reduced multiplication formulas Rogozhnikova Anna Ivanovna, school number 6, Zainsk
Pass test 7 Algebra. Final test Bugaeva Marina Vladislavovna, secondary school No. 62, St. Petersburg
Pass test 7 Reduced multiplication formulas, factorization of polynomials Ishmakova Irina Evgenievna. Gymnasium "Alma Mater", St. Petersburg
Pass test 7 Abbreviated multiplication formulas. Bilchugova Tatyana Sergeevna, undergraduate of the Russian State Pedagogical University. A. I. Herzen, St. Petersburg
Pass test 7 Right triangles Buivolova Kristina Sergeevna, undergraduate of the Russian State Pedagogical University. A. I. Hercena, St. Petersburg, teacher of mathematics, secondary school No. 625
Pass test 7 Modulo division and comparison Ilyicheva Svetlana Veniaminovna, undergraduate of the Russian State Pedagogical University. A. I. Herzen, St. Petersburg
Pass test 7 Triangle and its elements Levina Alina Igorevna, undergraduate of the Russian State Pedagogical University named after. A. I. Herzen, St. Petersburg
Pass test 7 Movement charts Gavrikova Tatyana Anatolyevna, undergraduate of the Russian State Pedagogical University. A. I. Hercena, St. Petersburg, teacher of mathematics, secondary school № 594
Pass test 7 - 8 Circular motion tasks Lopatina Anna Sergeevna, undergraduate of the Russian State Pedagogical University. A. I. Herzen, St. Petersburg
Pass test 7 - 9 Equations with one unknown, reduced to linear Ivanova Irina Leonidovna, school number 149, St. Petersburg
Pass test 7 - 9 Equations with one unknown Pavlova Natalia Nikolaevna, secondary school No. 43, St. Petersburg
Pass test 7 - 9 Systems of two linear equations in two unknowns Gavrilova Larisa Albertovna, secondary school named after. K. Ivanova, Bashkortostan.
Pass test 7 - 9 Triangles Bukina Olesya Alekseevna, Meshalkina Olga Gennadievna, MBOU Lyceum No. 2, Barnaul
Pass test 7 - 9 Reduced multiplication formulas Bazhanova Irina Leonidovna, Rassvetovskaya secondary school, Rassvet village, Lodeynopolsky district
Pass test 7 - 9 Basic Quadratic Equations Trofimova Daria Yuryevna, master student of the Russian State Pedagogical University. A. I. Herzen, St. Petersburg
Pass test 7 - 9 Systems of non-linear equations. Gavrilova Larisa Albertovna, secondary school 519, St. Petersburg
Pass test 8 Square roots Chikrin Evgeny Alexandrovich, Lyceum No. 83, Kazan
Pass test 8 Quadratic Equations Victoria Viktorovna Semenova, GBOU Lyceum No. 226, St. Petersburg
Pass test 8 Quadrangles Osipova Alla Vladimirovna, GBOU Lyceum No. 373 "Economic Lyceum", St. Petersburg
Pass test 8 Circle Afanasyeva Valentina Nikolaevna, "Alsheevskaya secondary school", Tatarstan
Pass test 8 Numerical inequalities and their properties Sereda Svetlana Petrovna, Verkh-Chuman school, Altai Territory
Pass test 8 Relations between sides and angles of a right triangle Tsybulskaya Tatyana Dmitrievna, GBOU secondary school No. 47, St. Petersburg
Pass test 8 Pythagorean theorem Tsybulskaya Tatyana Dmitrievna, secondary school N 47, St. Petersburg.
Pass test 8 Area Batalova Oksana Vladimirovna, "Singapai secondary school", Singapai, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug
Pass test 8 Similar triangles Ladygina Elena Arsenievna, secondary school No. 164, St. Petersburg.
Pass test 8 Real number module Grigoryeva Olga Vasilievna, Sudislavskaya secondary school of the Sudislavsky municipal district of the Kostroma region
Pass test 8 Degree with integer exponent. The standard form of a number. Mamonova Victoria Viktorovna, MBOU secondary school No. 6 n/a Shchukozero, Murmansk region
Pass test 8 Area of ​​polygons Javadyan Ruzanna Rubenovna, undergraduate of the Russian State Pedagogical University named after A. I. Herzen, St. Petersburg
Pass test 8 Vieta's theorem. Alina Dmitrievna Nikolaeva, undergraduate of the Russian State Pedagogical University. A. I. Herzen, St. Petersburg
Pass test 8 Linear inequalities. Udalova Elena Mikhailovna, GBOU secondary school 579 St. Petersburg
Pass test 8 Middle line of the triangle Rukhlyadko Valentina Vasilievna, MBOU Trubchevskaya Gymnasium. M. T. Kalashnikova, Trubchevsk, Bryansk region
Pass test 8 Module. Equations and inequalities with module Irina Kazachenko, Kemerovo Presidential Cadet School, Kemerovo
Pass test 8 - 9 Algebraic fractions Ivanova Irina Leonidovna, school number 149, St. Petersburg
Pass test 8 - 9 Square function Shishorik Elena Sergeevna, MOU "Sertolovskaya secondary school No. 2", Leningrad region
Pass test 8 - 9 Areas of quadrilaterals Kovaleva Olga Alexandrovna, KSU Complex school - kindergarten No. 33 of the city of Karaganda Kazakhstan
Pass test 8 - 9 Square roots Nesterenko Galina Ivanovna, secondary school No. 603, St. Petersburg
Pass test 8 - 9 Quadratic inequalities Danilovich Tatyana Alexandrovna, secondary school No. 18, Apsheronsk
Pass test 8 - 9 Polygons. Sannikov Ruslan Andreevich, trainee of the Russian State Pedagogical University. A. I. Herzen, St. Petersburg
Pass test 8 - 9 Combinatorics Boronina Anastasia, master student of the Russian State Pedagogical University. A. I. Herzen, St. Petersburg
Pass test 8 - 9 vectors Lyubimova Victoria Viktorovna, GBOU secondary school No. 454, St. Petersburg
Pass test 8 - 11 Central and inscribed corners Tikhomirova Tatyana Borisovna, secondary school No. 277, St. Petersburg
Pass test 8 - 11 Calculating the areas of figures on checkered paper Turanova Irina Nikolaevna, GBOU gymnasium No. 628, St. Petersburg
Pass test 9 Inequalities Vorobyov Vasily Vasilievich, lyceum of Kalachinsk, Omsk region
Pass test 9 Geometric progression Gritsenko David, School No. 147, Yerevan
Pass test 9 Power properties with rational exponent Karasyova Vera Vasilievna, MBOU "Secondary School No. 38", Cheboksary
Pass test 9 Coordinate method Melikhova Anna Gennadievna, school number 671, St. Petersburg
Pass test 9 Elements of the theory of probability Lyubimova Victoria Sergeevna, GBOU School No. 454, St. Petersburg
Pass test 9 Area Bukina Olesya Alekseevna, Meshalkina Olga Gennadievna, MBOU Lyceum No. 2, Barnaul
Pass test 9 Figure areas Popova Larisa Georgievna, gymnasium No. 17, Kemerovo
Pass test 9 Dot Product of Vectors Shelest Ekaterina Yulievna, Andreevskaya secondary school, Dnepropetrovsk region
Pass test 9 Regular polygons Yulia Viktorovna Prokofieva, school No. 326, St. Petersburg
Pass test 9 Power function Novozhilova Marina Alekseevna, Nevsky College named after A. G. Nebolsin, St. Petersburg.
Pass test 9 Algebraic Equations (Advanced) Kuznetsova Natalya Viktorovna, Pervomaiskaya secondary school, Pervomaisky village, Voronezh region
Pass test 9 Similar triangles Kuznetsova Natalya Viktorovna, Pervomaiskaya secondary school, Pervomaisky village, Voronezh region
Pass test 9 Vectors on the plane Grishchenko Igor Mikhailovich, Regional Specialized Lyceum School for Gifted Children LORD, Petropavlovsk, Republic of Kazakhstan
Pass test 9 Circumference and area of ​​a circle Pavlenko Olga Yurievna, St. Petersburg, secondary school at the Embassy of Russia in Romania
Pass test 9 Solving triangles Archibasova Elena Mikhailovna, Gymnasium No. 1, Novosibirsk
Pass test 9 Arithmetic progression Mikhaleva Elena Alexandrovna, gymnasium No. 13, Aleksin, Tula region
Pass test 9 Brief review of the 9th grade mathematics course Rogozhnikova Anna Ivanovna, MBOU Zainsk Secondary School No. 6
Pass test 9 Vectors. Lys Anna Nikolaevna, secondary school No. 22, Kovrova
Pass test 9 Vectors. Vector addition and subtraction Dankova Valentina Nikolaevna, secondary school No. 2, Azov, Rostov Region
Pass test 9 Planimetric angles. Simonenko Yana Viktorovna, undergraduate of the Russian State Pedagogical University. A. I. Herzen, St. Petersburg
Pass test 9 Calculations and algebraic expressions Naprushkina Elena Sergeevna, Secondary school No. 136, St. Petersburg
Pass test 9 vectors Leonidov Artyom Ivanovich, master student of the Russian State Pedagogical University named after. A. I. Herzen, St. Petersburg
Pass test 9 The beginnings of the theory of probability Novik Dmitry Vadimovich, master student of the Russian State Pedagogical University. A. I. Hercena, St. Petersburg, teacher of mathematics, secondary school No. 594
Pass test 9 Probability theory Gakh Elena Viktorovna, teacher of mathematics, secondary school No. 136 of the Kalininsky district of St. Petersburg
Pass test 9 - 11 Interest. Preparation for the OGE and USE Bukina Olesya Alekseevna, Meshalkina Olga Gennadievna, MBOU Lyceum No. 2, Barnaul
Pass test 9 - 11 Elements of combinatorics Sudakova Anna Grigorievna, undergraduate of the Russian State Pedagogical University. A. I. Herzen, St. Petersburg
Pass test 10 Trigonometric equations Martynova Tatyana Nikolaevna, State Educational Institution "Secondary School No. 2 of Bykhov"
Pass test 10 Relations between trigonometric functions of the same angle Martynova Tatyana Nikolaevna, State Educational Institution "Secondary School No. 2 of Bykhov"
Pass test 10 - 11 Converting expressions containing trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions Voevodina Olga Anatolyevna, MAOU "Lyceum No. 62", Saratov
Pass test 10 - 11 Method of coordinates in space. Part 1 Budarina Anna Yuryevna, Volkova Victoria Alexandrovna, MBOU secondary school named after. A. M. Gorky, MBOU secondary school them. S. M. Kirov, Karachev, Bryansk region
Pass test 10 - 11 Method of coordinates in space. Part 2 Budarina Anna Yuryevna, Volkova Victoria Alexandrovna, MBOU secondary school named after. A. M. Gorky, MBOU secondary school them. S. M. Kirov, Karachev, Bryansk region
Pass test 10 - 11 Logarithms. Properties of the logarithm. Volchkova Tatyana Nikolaevna, MBOU Krasnopolyanskaya secondary school No. 32, p. Krasnaya Polyana, Rostov region
Pass test 10 - 11 Solving inequalities by the interval method Voznaya Oksana Anatolyevna, Urozhaynovskaya school, Simferopol region, Republic of Crimea
Pass test 10 - 11 Exponential Equations.