# First Grade Math Worksheets Rounding Addition Subtraction Shapes and Place Value

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## Description

Why recreate the wheel when it’s done for you already? This bundled resource includes over 210 pages of printable AND digital first grade math worksheets perfect for math homework, math centers, morning work, math test prep and math review!

This first grade math worksheet resource will help you ALL YEAR LONG to review, check for understanding, or reteach addition and subtraction, place value, rounding, word problems, geometry, measurement, data, graphing & more.

Each 1st grade math skill/standard has over ten pages of practice in three different formats: Print & Go, Google Slides, and JPEG Image Files.

What you’re getting:

1.G.1 Shapes and Their Attributes

• 1 page asking students to match the shapes with their names
• 3 pages asking students to circle shapes based on attributes
• 2 pages asking students to color shapes different colors based on their attributes
• 1 page asking students to draw shapes (“shape bank” provided) based on given attributes
• 1 page asking students to list attributes of a given shape (word bank provided)
• 1 page asking students to draw shapes that are smaller or larger than a given shape
• 1 page asking students to fill in the blanks to tell attributes of a given shape

1.G.2 Composite Shapes

• 1 page asking students to circle a composite shape that can be made from the given smaller shapes
• 2 pages asking students to match the composite shapes with the individual shapes that make them
• 2 pages asking students to draw the smaller shapes that make up the given composite shapes
• 4 pages asking students to use pattern blocks to make specified composite shapes (printable pattern block template included)
• 1 page asking students to cut out shapes from the bottom and make them into a composite shape picture

1.G.3 Decomposing Shapes into Halves and Fourths

• 2 pages asking students to draw a line or lines to cut a shape into halves
• 2 pages asking students to draw a line or lines to cut a shape into fourths
• 4 pages asking students to fill in the blank to answer questions about a shape cut into halves or fourths
• 2 pages asking students to show multiple ways to cut a shape into halves or fourths

1.MD.1 Ordering and Comparing Objects

• 2 pages asking students to order the length of 3 objects
• 2 pages asking students to draw different colored lines that are shorter/longer
• 2 pages asking students to draw simple objects that are shorter/longer than a given object
• 2 pages asking students to fill in the blanks to describe a picture of objects that are shorter/longer/taller
• 2 pages asking students to circle taller/shorter or longer/shorter when given a description of a picture

1.MD.2 Measuring Length

• 4 pages asking students to count the number of units long an object is when given a picture of the object and cubes
• 2 pages asking students to use Base 10 Cubes to measure an object
• 2 pages asking students to use Unifix Cubes to measure an object
• 2 pages asking students to use paperclips (cut out from bottom of page) to measure an object

1.MD.3 Telling Time

• 1 page asking students to circle the minute hand and then circle the hour hand on each analog clock
• 1 page asking students to trace the hour hand blue and the minute hand red
• 2 pages asking students to tell digital time to the hour when given analog time
• 2 pages asking students to show analog time to the hour when given digital time
• 2 pages asking students to tell digital time to the half hour when given analog time
• 2 pages asking students to show analog time to the half hour when given digital time

1.MD.4 Graphing and Data

• 4 pages asking students to analyze data from a bar graph
• 2 pages asking students to analyze data from a tally chart
• 2 pages asking students to create a tally chart and answer questions when given a data set
• 2 pages asking students to create a data set, then make a tally chart and a bar graph using that data

1.OA.1 Addition and Subtraction Word Problems

• 5 pages asking students to solve subtraction word problems

• 5 pages asking students to add three prices from a menu to find out how much

1.OA.3 Associative and Commutative Properties of Addition

• 2 pages asking students to fill in the missing numbers to write a turnaround fact
• 5 pages asking students to fill in the missing number in an equation
• 2 pages asking students to write a balanced equation using 4 addends
• 1 page asking students to write equations when given a sum

• 2 pages asking students to fill in the blank to make the equations true
• 2 pages asking students to write two equations based on a word problem
• 2 pages asking students to turn a subtraction equation into an addition equation
• 2 pages asking students to finish the part-part-whole table by finding the missing part
• 2 pages asking students to write the 4 equations of a fact family when given a fact triangle

1.OA.5 Relating Counting to Addition and Subtraction

• 3 pages asking students to write the number based on a counting statement (ie: 3 more than 45 is ___)
• 5 pages asking students to use an open number line to show how they counted
• 2 pages asking students to use a piece of the hundreds chart to show how they counted

• 2 pages asking students to circle 2 numbers they could add to get to the given sum
• 2 pages asking students to draw a line to connect the sums with their addends
• 2 pages asking students to fill in the missing number from each number bond
• 4 pages asking students to write and solve equations with dice

1.OA.7 True or False and the Equal Sign

• 4 pages asking students to circle true or false when given an equation
• 3 pages asking students to solve both sides of the equation to determine if their sums are equal
• 2 pages asking students to write a true equation for given sums
• 1 page asking students to write 5 true equations and 5 false equations

1.OA.8 Missing Numbers in Equations

• 6 pages asking students to fill in the missing number in an equation
• 4 pages asking students to draw dots on a dice to show the missing number in the equation

1.NBT.1 Counting Within 120

• 5 pages asking students to fill in missing numbers from pieces of the hundreds chart
• 3 pages asking students to fill in missing numbers from a line of counting
• 2 pages asking students to fill in missing numbers on the number line
• 2 pages asking students to count ‘how many’ of a given object

1.NBT.2 Tens and Ones Place Value

• 3 pages asking students to draw a number in base ten blocks, then write the number of tens and ones
• 5 pages asking students to count the number of base ten blocks
• 2 pages asking students to count the number of ones and write how many tens and ones there are in all

1.NBT.3 Comparing Numbers

• 3 pages asking students to write >, < or = to compare two 2-digit numbers
• 3 pages asking students to color a ‘thumbs up’ or a ‘thumbs down’ to describe the accuracy of a comparison statement
• 3 pages asking students to write a number that would make the comparison statement true
• 1 page asking students to name numbers that are greater or less than a given number

• 3 pages asking students to count the numbers in the ten frames and find their sum
• 6 pages asking students to count the numbers shown in base ten blocks and find their sum
• 3 pages asking students to draw base 10 blocks to show how they add within 100 (no regrouping)
• 3 pages asking students to draw base 10 blocks to show how they add within 100 (with regrouping)
• 5 pages asking students to find the sum using any strategy; space for work is provided

1.NBT.5 Ten More, Ten Less

• 4 pages asking students to write 10 more and 10 less than a given number
• 4 pages asking students to write 10 more and 10 less than a given number on the number line
• 2 pages asking students to fill in the missing numbers from the pieces of the hundreds chart by writing ten more, ten less, one more and one less

1.NBT.6 Subtracting Multiples of 10

• 5 pages asking students to show how they subtract with base ten blocks
• 3 pages asking students to cross out base ten blocks to show how they solve
• 3 pages asking students to find the difference using any strategy; space to show work is provided

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You will be amazed at how easy these first grade math worksheets make it for you to collect data on what your students know and what they still need practice with!

Use individual pages as math homework, a quick exit ticket or quiz, or even create your own review packet before your math test!

What makes these first grade math worksheets better?

• Check for student understanding of a single skill in multiple ways
• Student-centered design with easy-to-read fonts and minimal clipart
• Aligned with Common Core, but skill-based to give you the ability to apply to any set of standards
• Print and digital formats to seamlessly adapt to your current learning environment

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