1st Grade Math Worksheets
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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Reading 2-Digit Numbers on an Abacus
Count the beads in the tens and ones place on the abacus or counting frames and write the numeral.
Order the camels, elephants, and horses with numbers between 1 to 20, starting with the least and moving toward the greatest.
Ordering Objects from the Tallest to the Shortest
Arrange similar objects of different heights, numbering them beginning with the tallest moving toward the shortest.
Writing Time in Words - Reading Analog Clocks | Whole Hours
Glance at the 12-hour dial and write time in words. Use the word o'clock after the exact hour.
Print and display this show-and-tell chart to identify the coins and bills and comprehend their value.
Completing and Interpreting Picture Graphs
Complete the picture graph by cutting the pictures and gluing them in the appropriate categories, and then answer the questions.
2D Shapes in Real-Life Objects
Put a tick against the real-life object that resembles the given 2d shape.
Commutative Property of Addition | Sums up to 20
Complete the equation using the commutative property, identify the equations representing the property, and write the sum too.
Subtract the digits in the ones place of a number. Borrow a 1 from the tens place wherever necessary.
Analyze the increase in units in each pattern and draw the picture that follows.
Standard Single Page Chart - Numbers 1 to 25
Count 1 to 25 in your mind and fill in the partially-filled chart with the missing numbers.
Ten sticks are grouped into one bundle. Count the bundles and the individual sticks separately and write the numeral.
Ordering Numbers from the Least to the Greatest
Cut the numbers, arrange them in the increasing order from the least to the greatest and glue them on the Superboy images.
Ordering Objects as Small, Medium and Large
Look at the objects in three different sizes. Order them as small, medium, and large, sequencing them as 1,2, and 3.
Drawing Hands on the Clock | Hourly Increment
Draw the minute and hour hands on the clock face for a specific time.