Legibly print numerals 0-9.

Ability to count, read, and write numerals to 100.

Represent a number of objects with a written numeral.

Understand two-digit place value.

Order and compare numbers to 100.

First grade is an extremely important year in the mathematical development of your child. By the end of this year they should have the ability to skip count past 100, read and write numbers to 100 (or preferably to 1,000), and represent a number of objects with a written numeral. First graders should continue working with patterns in an effort to improve problem solving skills.

Depending on your child's abilities, you may wish to review these kindergarten worksheets and second-grade math worksheets for additional practice sheets.

Counting

Number Patterns: Worksheet 1 - Students will write the last two numbers to complete each number pattern.

Number Patterns: Worksheet 2 - Children will look for the pattern presented with each set of numbers and complete the pattern.

Count and Color Series II: Worksheets 5 and 6 - Students will color up to eighteen items from each box to reflect the numeral shown.

Missing Numbers: Worksheet 1 - Students will fill in the missing numbers within 20.

Missing Numbers: Worksheet 2 - Complete each number pattern with the four missing numbers within 20.

Number Before, Number After - Students will fill in the missing number before and after to complete a sequence of three numbers.

Elephant Dot-to-Dot - Students will connect the dots from 1-30 to complete the picture of the elephant.

Counting by 1's - Students will fill in the missing numbers to 50 when completing these four worksheets.

Weather Calendar - Students will use information from the calendar to answer questions.

Counting by 2's - The four worksheets included in this set require the student to fill in the missing numbers while counting by 2's to 100.

Count and Connect - Students will count by 1, 2, 3, 5, or 10 to connect the dots. If students have counted and connected the dots correctly, they will have drawn a circle, star, triangle, rectangle, and square.

Ordinal Numbers - Students will follow directions while identifying the first through third items on two worksheets and the first through fourth items on two worksheets.

Six Birds - Students will follow directions and gain an understanding of the position of first and last as well as second-fifth when they color the birds on this math worksheet.

Expanded Form: Worksheet 1 - Students will write two-digit numbers to forty-nine in expanded form and word form.

Expanded Form: Worksheet 2 - Students will write two-digit numbers to from fifty to ninety-nine in expanded form and word form.

Odd and Even Numbers: Worksheet 1 - Students will identify numbers from 1-50 as either odd or even.

Odd and Even Numbers: Worksheet 2 - Identifying numbers to 50 as odd or even.

Place Value

Tens and Ones: Worksheet 1 - Students will count and add the base ten blocks to find sums to 50. This worksheet will provide understanding of the fact that the two digits in a two-digit number represent amounts of tens and ones.

Tens and Ones: Worksheet 2 - Practice counting base ten blocks and addition within 50.

Tens and Ones: Worksheet 3 - Your students will add tens and ones to find sums to 100 when completing this worksheet.

These worksheets will help your students understand that the two digits of a two-digit number represent amounts of tens and ones. Students will learn that 10 can be thought of as a set of ten ones. They will count the sets of 10 and any items left over for numbers between 15 and 29.
Ten and More: Worksheet 1Worksheet 2Worksheet 3Worksheet 4.

Place Value: Worksheet 12 - Students will write the numbers to 50 for each tens and ones statement.

Place Value: Worksheet 13 - Students will write the correct amount of tens and ones for each of the numbers provided.

Comparing Numbers

Larger and Smaller Numbers: Worksheet 2 - Students will identify the larger or smaller numbers within 20.

Ice Cream Numbers: Worksheets A-B - Two worksheets provide practice comparing numbers within 20.

Ice Cream Numbers: Worksheets C-D - Recognizing the largest and smallest numbers within 50 and finding the missing number within 50.

When students complete any of the following worksheets, they will gain practice comparing numbers to 50. Each worksheet includes comparison exercises plus six number sentences to solve and compare.

Comparing Numbers to 50: Worksheet 11Worksheet 12Worksheet 13

Comparing Numbers to 50: Worksheet 14Worksheet 15Worksheet 16

Comparing Numbers to 50: Worksheet 17Worksheet 18Worksheet 19

Comparing Numbers to 50: Worksheet 20Worksheet 21Worksheet 22

Comparing Numbers to 50: Worksheet 23Worksheet 24

Students will use the =, <, and > symbols when comparing the numbers to 50 on the following worksheets.

Comparing Numbers to 50: Worksheet 25Worksheet 26Worksheet 27Worksheet 28Worksheet 29

Comparing Numbers to 50: Worksheet 30Worksheet 31Worksheet 32Worksheet 33Worksheet 34

Comparing Numbers to 50: Worksheet 35Worksheet 36

Comparing numbers to 50 with Chadwick Chipmunk

Students will use the =, <, and > symbols when comparing the numbers to 50 with Chadwick Chipmunk.

More or Less Than 40 - Comparing two-digit numbers to 99 and identifying numbers that are more or less than 40.

Larger and Smaller Numbers: Worksheet 3 - Identify the larger or smaller numbers from 0-99.

More or Less Than 80 - Students will compare numbers and color a picture revealing the number 80.

Comparing Numbers to 100: Worksheet 1 - Students will use the =, <, and >symbols to compare numbers to 100.

Comparing Numbers to 100: Worksheet 2 - Students will use the =, <, and > symbols to compare numbers to 100.

Comparing Numbers to 100: Worksheet 3 - Students will use the =, <, and > symbols to compare numbers to 100.

Comparing Numbers to 100: Worksheet 4 - Students will use the =, <, and > symbols to compare numbers to 100.

Rounding and Estimating

Estimating and Measuring - Students will record their estimate and the actual length of easily accessible items in the home.

Rounding Numbers: Worksheet 1 - Round the numbers from 0-100 to the nearest ten.

Rounding Numbers: Worksheet 16 - Students will round numbers between 1 and 50 to the nearest ten.

Rounding Numbers: Worksheet 17 - Students will round numbers between 1 and 50 to the nearest ten.

Rounding Numbers: Worksheet 18 - Students will round numbers between 1 and 50 to the nearest ten.