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First Grade Digital Math Activities

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First grade students will gain practice in their math skills using these digital math activities! Use as math centers, independent work, math homework, morning work and more!

This resource is designed for you to be able to quickly see where your students are at in their mastery of a 1st grade math skill.

Included in this bundled resource:

Graphing and Data

  • One 5-page activity asking students to drag and drop pictures to create a graph from a given set of data
  • One 5-page activity asking students to drag and drop pictures into a bar graph, and then create a table of data based on the graph
  • One 5 page activity asking students to answer questions based on data in a tally chart

Time to the Half Hour

  • Two 5-page activities asking students to type the digital time when given the analog time – all times are on the half-hour.
  • Two 5-page activities asking students to draw the analog time when given the digital time – all times are on the half-hour.

Time to the Hour

  • Two 5-page activities asking students to type the digital time when given the analog time – all times are on the hour.
  • Two 5-page activities asking students to draw the analog time when given the digital time – all times are on the hour.

Measuring Objects

  • Three 5-page activities asking students to drag and drop cubes to determine the length of an object. Then, students will type the number of cubes they used to measure the object.

Ordering Objects by Length

  • One 5-page activity asking students to drag and drop objects in order of shortest to longest.
  • One 5-page activity asking students to drag and drop SHORTER or TALLER to describe a statement about a picture.
  • One 5-page activity asking students to drag and drop the numbers 1(shortest) 2 and 3(tallest) to compare the height of kids in a picture.

Ten More, Ten Less

  • One 5-page activity asking students to drag and drop ten more and ten less based on a number line.
  • One 5-page activity asking students to drag and drop numbers to show ten more and ten less than a given number.
  • One 5-page activity asking students to drag and drop the numbers to show ten more, ten less, one more and one less from a piece of the hundred chart.

Addition Within 100

  • One 5-page activity asking students to drag and drop addends and sum when given a picture with ten frames.
  • One 5-page activity asking students to drag and drop addends and sum when given a picture with base ten cubes.
  • One 5-page activity asking students to drag and drop the sum and model the equation with base ten cubes.

Comparing Numbers

  • One 5-page activity asking students to drag and drop the symbol (> < =) to make the comparison statement true.
  • One 5-page activity asking students to drag and drop numbers to make a comparison statement true.
  • One 5-page activity asking students to drag and drop TRUE or FALSE to describe a comparison statement.

Place Value (Tens and Ones)

  • Three 5-page activities asking students to drag and drop base ten cubes to build a number and drag and drop digits to build the standard form of a number when given the tens and ones (ie: 2 tens, 7 ones)

Counting Through 120

  • One 5-page activity asking students to fill in missing numbers from a piece of the hundred chart
  • One 5-page activity asking students to drag and drop numbers to count up from a number within 120
  • One 5-page activity asking students to drag and drop missing numbers from a number line

Addition Word Problems

  • One 5-page activity asking students to solve an addition word problem using ten frames and an equation
  • One 5-page activity asking students to solve an addition word problem using counters and an equation
  • One 5-page activity asking students to solve an addition word problem using pictures, part-part-whole and an equation

Shapes and Their Attributes

  • One 5-page activity asking students to drag and drop shapes onto the pizza when given an attribute
  • One 5-page activity asking students to drag and drop fish into a fish bowl when given attributes
  • One 5-page activity asking students to drag and drop the shape name next to the correct picture

Properties of Addition (added 9/21/21)

  • One 5-page activity asking students to type in missing numbers to show a turnaround fact and solve the equation
  • One 5-page activity asking students to drag and drop cubes to show how they balance an addition equation
  • One 5-page activity asking students to drag and drop the numbers to to balance the addition equation.

All activities are provided in three formats:

  • PowerPoint: 3 individual PowerPoint files are provided. This file type would be good for digital learning platforms that require you to upload files for students to work on. Students must have PowerPoint on their device to use this format.
  • Google Slides: 3 individual links are provided. This file type would be good for Google Classroom or other digital learning platforms that allow you to provide a link as student assignments. Students will need an internet connection to use this format. Share an individual copy for each student to complete.
  • SeeSaw: 3 individual links are provided. This file type works only in SeeSaw. All moveable pieces are already uploaded into SeeSaw – all you need to do is click ASSIGN!

Ways to use this resource:

  • Share your screen during a live or recorded lesson to demonstrate a skill
  • Share your screen during a live Zoom/Meet to complete with students
  • Assign individual copies to your students for them to complete as an e-learning assignment
  • Assign individual copies to your students for them to complete as early finishers, homework, or morning work.

How this resource is unique:

  • 3 formats are included, giving you options based on your current teaching assignment and digital learning platforms. Even if your digital learning platform changes, you will still be able to utilize this resource!
  • Each activity is only 5 pages/slides, giving you a QUICK assessment of student understanding

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