### Base 10 Blocks

Base ten blocks worksheets that teach basic addition, subtraction, number sense and place value using visual representations of quantity. Get your first grade student started with these basic math skill worksheets!

Base 10 Blocks

### Subtraction Worksheets

This is the main page for the subtraction worksheets. Follow the links for Spaceship Math Subtraction worksheets, timed subtraction tests, multiple digit subtraction worksheets, simple borrowing and regrouping worksheets, and math worksheets with mixed addition and subtraction problems

Subtraction Worksheets

### Fact Family Worksheets

Fact family worksheets focus on sets of related math facts, not specific operations. Teach your kids addition and subtraction at the same time, and reinforce the relationships in a fact family! Two fact families are introduced at each level and allow for progressive practice, or just use the worksheets at the end for comprehensive fact family review.

Fact Family Worksheets

### Ordering Numbers

Practice ordering numbers worksheets for with multiple numbers in ascending (greatest to least) and descending (least to greatest) orders. Includes whole numbers, decimal numbers and negative numbers. Similar sets of ordering numbers worksheets are presented in both horizontal and vertical formats.

Ordering Numbers

### Printable Flash Cards

This page contains free printable flash cards for each math operation. Print the 'worksheet' on the front, then turn the page over and print the 'answer key' version on the back. Some sets have duplicate facts for the more difficult problems near the end so that the sets end up on a multiple of pages. Those cards are clearly marked as duplicates... use them for extra practice on the harder problems, or put them aside if you want a set with only one flash card for each math fact.

Printable Flash Cards

### Hundreds Chart

Every hundreds chart you could imagine! If you're teaching basic counting, number sense, rounding or the basics of arithmetic, you can use a number chart like one of these to speed up building math skills.

Hundreds Chart

### Place Value Chart

This page has printable place value charts. In the decimal numbering system, the position (or 'place') of an individual digit in a number determines its value relative to other digits. When a number is written in standard form with groups of three place values separated by commas, each of those groups is called a period. Building number sense by understanding place values is an important early math skill, and these place value charts provide a way to break numbers down to better understand the significane of each digit. There are place value chart variations for whole numbers only, decimal numbers, and very large numbers. There are different place value chart layouts that reinforce just the place value as well as the period value.

Place Value Chart

### Telling Analog Time

Practice worksheets for telling analog clock time, including both reading time and drawing clock faces.

Telling Analog Time

### Handwriting Paper

Printable hand writing paper templates in a variety of line heights, including 3-line practice paper in both normal and wide layouts, blank story paper, and regular lined paper for older grade students. Check out the numbered blank spelling test templates!

Handwriting Paper

### Graph Paper

Free printable graph paper, grid paper and dot paper for math problems, crafts, zentangling, landscape design, architecture or just simple doodling. All graph paper styles include inch and centimeter variations. All of these PDF files are designed to print on 8.5 x 11 inch paper.

Graph Paper

These printable worksheets use pictures and grouping to build a conceptual understanding of addition. These worksheets start out with simple addition picture problems where only basic counting skills are required to come up with addition number sentences, but later worksheets require students to produce a similar grid illustration to demonstrate their understanding of addition concepts. These are a perfect first instruction to addition for students in preschool, kindergarten or first grade.

### Picture Math Subtraction

These printable worksheets use pictures and grouping to build a conceptual understanding of subtraction. These worksheets start out with simple subtraction picture problems where only basic counting skills are required to come up with subtraction number sentences, but later worksheets require students to produce a similar grid illustration to demonstrate their understanding of subtraction concepts. These are a perfect first introduction to subtraction for students in kindergarten or first grade.

Picture Math Subtraction

### Picture Math Multiplication

These printable worksheets use pictures and grouping to build a conceptual understanding of multiplication. These worksheets start out with simple multiplication picture problems where only basic counting skills are required to come up with subtraction number sentences, but later worksheets require students to produce a similar grid illustration to demonstrate their understanding of multiplication concepts. These are a perfect first introduction to multiplication for students in second grade, third grade or fourth grade.

Picture Math Multiplication

### Money

These printable money worksheets feature realistic coins and bills in problems for identifying coins, making change, counting coins, comparing amounts of money. They build foundational recognition and counting skills in Kindergarten and first grade to prepare for full money practice necessary to pass second grade. Money

### Spaceship Math Check-Off

Spaceship check-off pages (complete with the Spaceship ship!) for tracking progress on the Spaceship Math or Rocket Math worksheets for each of the four basic operations.

Spaceship Math Check-Off

### Color By Number

These coloring worksheets feature simple color by number instructions for young students who are either just learning their numbers or as a reward activity for older kids. You'll find a growing set of holiday and seasonal themes that I'll be adding to over time... Please check back often for updates, or if you have a suggestion send me a note at the contact link below!

Color By Number

### Valentine's Day

Looking for worksheets to make learning math on Valentine's Day a bit more fun? This page has a collection of color by number worksheets appropriate for kindergarten through fourth grade, covering addition, subtraction, multiplication and division operations. There are also a collection of simple math exercises with fun Valentine's Day themes.

Valentine's Day

### Earth Day

Looking for worksheets to make learning math on Earth Day a bit more fun? This page has a collection of color by number worksheets appropriate for kindergarten through fourth grade, covering addition, subtraction, multiplication and division operations. There are also a collection of simple math exercises with fun Earth Day themes.

Earth Day

### St. Patrick's Day

You can't really solely on the luck of the Irish when it comes to math, but these St. Patrick's Day do make it a bit more fun! This page has a collection of color by number worksheets appropriate for kindergarten through fourth grade, covering addition, subtraction, multiplication and division operations. There are also a collection of simple math exercises with fun St. Patrick's Day shamrock themes.

St. Patrick's Day

### Spring

What better time of year to start growing some new math skills than Spring! This page has a collection of color by number worksheets appropriate for kindergarten through fourth grade, covering addition, subtraction, multiplication and division operations. There is also a collection of simple spring math worksheets with fun spring flower themes, along with a multiplication chart, hundreds chart, graph paper and coordinate plane!

Spring

### Word Search Puzzles

Use these math word search puzzles to introduce vocabulary and terms to grade school students as they are introduced to new math concepts! These word search puzzles include sets for various Common Core aligned grade levels, along with specific topics for geometry, algebra and more!

Word Search Puzzles

1st grade math is the start of learning math operations, and 1st grade addition worksheets are a great place to start the habit of regular math practice. The math worksheets in this section are selected especially for first graders and working with them will build a solid foundation for math topics as students move on to higher grades. Students who master addition in first grade might get an early jump on subtraction math fact practice, and may even learn a few early multiplication facts. This is an exciting time for students learning math, and keeping the challenge and enthusiasm for math at a high level is a worthwhile endeavor for parents and teachers. The selection of 1st grade math worksheets here should be an excellent map for that journey and should provide a great headstart to 2nd grade math as well!

Q1: Why is learning addition important?

Ans: Addition is one of the four basic arithmetic operators without which one cannot imagine any calculation. Be it, finding total cost of some articles or just counting different group of people, counting objects or money; addition is everywhere. Ans: First graders learn adding two one-digit numbers using various strategies.They learn to identify and form addition sentences in the form a + b = c; which they can solve mentally as well as by counting forward. Addition can also be done visually using number line.

Q3: How do you add two numbers?

Ans: Numbers can be added using various strategies. We can count on from first number to add. Numbers can also be added using number line, using fingers, on hundreds chart and mentally. If you want to add 4 + 3, start with 4 and count up 3 more as 5,6,7; the number you reach is the answer. Here, 4 + 3 = 7 is the answer.

Ans: Simple addition means adding small numbers in a simpler way. The easiest way is to count on to add the numbers. If you want to add two numbers,start from the first number and count on the second number of times. The number you reach is the answer. ### Overview of the topic- Addition

The main purpose of early childhood education is to reinforce opportunities for learning and developing necessary skills. currently, even in the primary phase education, the educational pedagogies are completely based on instruction based or knowledge based learning, limiting the learning domain of the child.

Learning of mathematics should not be limited to imparting only the theoretical and factual knowledge with properly defined procedures and tasks to carry out; instead from the research standpoints, the overall aim of the mathematics curriculum should be the development of mathematical proficiency amongst the children.

This type of technique helps the child to connect with their immediate surroundings, developing his knowledge domain, for example, arithmetical operations; where the child applies appropriate mathematical skills in selecting right operations for problem solving, knowing when to perform addition or subtraction. In the first 2-3 years of schooling, a child develops skills of identification and counting numbers till 1000. They are competent in ordering numbers on a number line. in grade 1 math focusses on extending the skill of counting numbers and identifying objects to sorting similar things in different groups and then summing them up together through proper and appropriate real-life settings.

The puzzle games and math worksheets focus on single digit addition, double-digit addition, the communicative property of addition, 2 digit addition with regrouping, number bonds etc. These funbrain games help the children to master the skill of simple addition without compromising on their playtime.

Addition definition:  addition is the "putting together" of two groups of objects and finding how many in all. The concept of addition can be easily developed through hands-on experiences with countable objects or place value blocks.

What is the commutative property of addition?

Look at the picture first:

Now, 7 added to 4 will be equal to 11 and so will be when 4 is added to 7. Thus, changing the order of addends does not change the sum. This is called the commutative property of addition.

Take another example

Here one important thing must be kept in mind that subtraction is not commutative in nature.

Let us understand more about it using commutative property of addition worksheets or online quizzes.

An addition table is a mesh of numbers that helps in adding single digit number. We can easily look for the result in the table.

Children can use this addition chart and learn to add natural numbers with its help.

Number line method: adding whole numbers within 20

One of the math aid to solve math problems is the usage of the number line. A number line comprises a graduated straight line with whole numbers or integers marked on it at equal intervals. It is useful in addition and subtraction of numbers.

In grade 1 math, we will restrict ourselves only to whole number addition. how to add integers will be taught in grade 2 and grade 3. Every point of a number line is a whole number. The starting point of the line is 0.

How to add numbers using a number line?

• Form a number line from 0-20, going from left to right.

• Now define a math problem, say add numbers 5 and 3.

Here 5 will be the first number and 3 is considered as the second number.

Put your finger there. In this example place your finger at 5.

Mark the number or encircle it.

This is the point from where to start counting to add 3.

• Move your finger to the right to the next hashmark and number. You have now moved 1 space.

• Move your finger the same number of spaces as the second number in addition problem, then stop. This will make sure you end on the answer to your problem.

Don't move more spaces than the second number in your addition problem. For example, if the second number in your math addition problem is 3, you will move 3 spaces. Our answer is 8.

#### Math Addition Games for Kids

Mathematics is primarily taught to develop the power of thinking and reasoning. Learning of mathematics is entirely based on cognitive processes such as analysis, synthesis, induction, deduction, elimination of possibilities etc.

While designing educational games on an addition for grade 1 children, Robert Mager’s approach was the focal point. According to him, it is important to define objectives of learning in terms of behavioral changes that are expected in the child at the end of the lesson.

Children are often taught to know how to add, subtract, multiply and divide, but may still be unable to decide which to do when faced with a real problem. The major goals of these fun games for kids are to stimulate child’s mathematics task motivation, build up self-concept by involving them in solving simple everyday math problems that apply to real life. This also facilitates their growth from one level to another level of education.  online math problem solvers and learning games are a great way to develop a foundation for math skills playfully and are in alignment with the core curriculum.

### Teaching addition through simple manipulative

Ronald is shifting to Mississippi with his family. They need to load their cargo in the trucks. Help him in doing so.

Ronald has packed his stuff in different colored boxes.  The boxes are loaded into color coordinated trucks. Count the number of similar colored boxes loaded in each truck.

Write its value in the circles provided. The third truck is named the sun truck.

Now add the numbers in both the circles and write the sum in the square box. Now place these many boxes into the sum truck.

The key features of this online educational game for kids are:

• It is appropriate for kids in the age group 3-6 years. • It’s a great math application to learn and practice the concept of addition along with color coordination for kids of grade 1.
• Children are acquainted with problem solving and computational skills.
• the children count the correct number of boxes loaded in each and write it in the box provided.
• They then add the total number of boxes in both the trucks and drag these many boxes and load the sum truck.

#### 2. Bunny hops

Its Easter time and everyone is blooming with joy and celebrations. But our little Booso the bunny is unhappy as he has not finished the task of collecting enough Easter eggs for the celebrations.

Count the number of eggs in each basket by choosing the correct number given below. Add the total eggs in both the baskets and place the total count from the list of numbers given below. The key features of this online math educational game for kids are:

• It is appropriate for kids in the age group 3-6 years.
• It’s a great math application to learn and practice the concept of addition for kids of grade 1.
• It is a simple double digit addition math game.
•  the game features a bunny rabbit shows the way to a garden full of Easter eggs and baskets, where children learn and practice addition concept.
• the children identify the correct number of images and then drag these numbers to the correct blocks.

#### 3. Communicative property of addition game: Swapping the Flags

Match the numbered flags from the appropriate boxes and drag them to its place.

#### 4. 2 digit addition with regrouping

This math worksheet/math activity is based on double digit addition without carrying. The children sum up the digits individually and write the answers in the space provided.

If the answer is correct then they get a chance to untie the balloon with the same number written. using number line in single digit addition.

#### 6. Frog hop:  Commutative Property of Addition with Number Line

Fergus, the frog is playing with its friends in the pond. They start playing a hopping game.

Move the frog on the numbers lotus leaves as the addition word problem is displayed on the screen.

#### 7. Make the Fergus jump 4 steps + 3 steps

Where did Fergus land? ________

Now make the Fergus jump 3 steps first and them 4 steps.

Where did Fergus land? +________

This means:

#### 8. Game play with number lines: This is an easy math game that can be played with a dice.

Hand over flash cards with drawn number lines to the children.

Now roll the dice and ask them to add numbers using a number line.

#### About SplashLearn and math worksheets

The expert at SplashLearn design the core curriculum based single digit addition worksheets, addition with regrouping worksheets, addition without regrouping worksheets and online addition games for the kids required for developing the necessary the cognitive skills. These acquired skills help the child to apply the concepts learned to real life problems and situations.

The fun addition games and simple addition worksheets designed by the experts are age appropriate and help in stimulating the curiosity and develop an interest in math education.

The SplashLearn lab activities help the child to explore mathematical ideas by doing. It emphasizes on the heuristic approach of learning.

Engaging yourself and your child in SplashLearn programs helps your child to develop math educational skills and important life skills to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of this competitive world while having fun.

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to complete the conditions of
quantities - units of length.
1.
2.
3.
Cocks and sheep were walking in the yard.
The girl counted their paws.
Total 10 paws.
How many roosters and how many
sheep?
Open your textbooks on page 60
and do verbally No. 3, No. 4, No. 7.
Open your notebook. Step back from the previous
work 4 cells down. Write down the number. Cool
work. Step back in the middle 1 cell down write down No. 5. Solve the examples from No. 5 p. 60.
14 April.
Cool work.
No. 5.
- Guys, don't forget to retreat 4 cells to the right,
, when you start solving the second column. We write beautifully and neatly!
- Guys, remember what units of length do you know?
- How many centimeters are there in 1 dm?
Answer: 1 dm = 10 cm. This must be remembered and applied when solving
No. 6 from page 60.
- Guys, step back from the previous number 2
cells down, write down No. 6 and solve it in
notebook.
Textbook on page 60. Orally do
#2.
-Read the first problem from #1 on page 60.
The kiosk sold 10 postcards in a day.
How many postcards are left in the kiosk?
- Can we solve this problem
?
- No, we don't know how many postcards were in the kiosk.
- Complete the condition of the problem so that it can be solved. For example, there were 20 postcards in the kiosk.
- Solve this problem in a notebook.
No. 1.
against the sample.
It was - 20 from.
Sold – 1 0 off.
Remaining - ? from.
2 0 - 1 0 = 10 (from.)
Answer: there are 10 cards left.
-Read the second problem from No. 1 on page 60.
There are 7 tourists in one group, and
more in the other. How many tourists are in the other group?
- What data
is missing to solve this problem?
-It is not known how many more tourists are in the other
group. - Complete the condition of the problem so that it can be solved. For example, and in another group at 3
more.
- Solve this problem in a notebook by completing drawing
.
7 v.
against the sample.
I
? by 3 <
II
? t.
7 - 3 = 4 (t.)
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Bora is 9 years old. He has a younger sister.
How old is Borya older than his sister?
- What data
is missing to solve this problem?
- It is not known how old the sister is.
- Complete the condition of the problem so that it can be solved. For example, my sister is 7 years old.
-Solve this problem in your notebook by doing
a short note.
B.
S.
9 y.
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on ?
7 l.
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## Mathematics test simulator for grade 1 for 4 quarter with answers!

Mathematics / Grade 1 / Tests

The online test for the fourth quarter will show how the child learned to solve addition and subtraction examples, compose and solve inequalities, and recognize geometric shapes. The tasks in the test are based on the material covered. The child will be asked to find the sum, compare numerical expressions, make an inequality, determine a geometric figure, translate measures of length, solve problems in one and two steps.

#### Test result:

The test is based on the mathematics curriculum for grade 1 students and complies with the requirements of the Federal State Educational Standard.

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Invite your child to solve a test and find out how a little student learned the material in mathematics for the 4th quarter. The test will help teachers and parents determine the level of assimilation of the material and identify "weak points" - topics that need to be worked out again with the child.

In the fourth semester of mathematics, first graders learn:

• Read, write, compare, order numbers from 0 to 20;
• Solve examples for addition and subtraction within 20 orally and in writing;
• Understand the relationship between sum and terms;
• Apply the commutative property of addition;
• Use units of measure of length centimeter, decimeter and know the relationship between them;
• Measure length with a ruler;
• Distinguish, name geometric shapes: triangle, rectangle (square), circle; cube and ball;
• Solve problems in two steps;
• Recognize true and false elementary logical statements.

Which numbers sum to 9?

a) 3 and 4
b) 2 and 7
c) 4 and 6
d) 8 and 2

Answer: b) 2 and 7. Compare, choose sign > 13 + 0 ☐ 12 + 1

a) >
b) c) =

Vanya had two coins of 5 kopecks, and Masha had three coins of 3 kopecks. Which of the children had more money?

a) Vanya
b) Masha

Choose a number to make the inequality true.
10 − 3

a) 7
b) 6
c) 9

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Choose a square.

a) 1
b) 2
c) 3
d) 4

The length of the segment is 20 cm. Indicate the length of this segment in decimeters.

a) 2 dm
b) 12 dm
c) 20 dm
d) 10 dm

Answer: a) 2 dm. Is it true that the difference between the numbers 5 and 2 is 7?

a) Yes
b) No

Choose a number to make the equality true:
6 − 1 + ☐ = 9

a) 7
b) 5
c) 4
d) 3

Which example will have the largest amount?

Answer: b) 9 − 2 =.  