## Description

This BUNDLED math worksheet resource includes **printable and digital **math worksheets that give your kindergarten, first and second graders practice with ALL primary math skills like counting, addition and subtraction, basic algebraic concepts, geometry, measurement and data and more. These Common Core aligned math quick checks are perfect for morning work, assessment, homework, review, fast-finisher activities, exit tickets, and math centers.

These math worksheets are provided in THREE formats to best fit your classroom needs – **Print and Go**, **Google Slides**, and **JPEG**.

**Included in this BUNDLED resource:**

**KINDERGARTEN MATH SKILL CHECKS**

**K.CC.1 – Counting to 100 by 1s and 10s**

- Fill in the missing numbers from a 100s chart (5 pages)
- Skip count by 10s (4 pages)
- Connect the dots (2 pages)
- Write numbers 1-50 (1 page)
- Write numbers 51-100 (1 page)
- Count by 10s using dimes (1 page)

**K.CC.2 – Counting Forward**

- Count forward from a number other than 1 starting between 2-20 (4 pages)
- Count forward from a number other than 1 starting between 21-99 (2 pages)
- Count forward from a number other than 1 starting between 2-20 (2 pages)
- Count forward from a number other than 1 starting between 21-99 (2 pages)
- Counting forward ice cream scoops starting between 2-99 (4 pages)

**K.CC.3 – Recognize and Write Numbers 1-20**

- Count objects then write the number (3 pages)
- Trace and write numbers 1-20 (1 page)
- Spin a number and write it in a gumball (4 pages)
- Match the number to the ten frame (2 pages)

**K.CC.4 – Relationship Between Numbers and Quantities**

- Draw circles when given number (2 pages)
- Circle number when shown quantity (2 pages)
- Color in 5 frame with given number (2 pages)
- Color pictures and count quantity of each image (1 page)
- Cut and paste dice and match to quantity (1 page)
- Cut and paste dominoes and match to quantity (1 page)
- Cut and paste tens frames and match to quantity (1 page)

**K.CC.5 – Counting Objects to Answer HOW MANY?**

- Draw circles when given number. (1 page)
- Write number when shown a quantity (3 pages)
- Match number to quantity (3 pages)
- Cut and paste number to show quantity. (3 pages)

**K.CC.6 – Comparing Quantities**

- Color MORE and LESS than a quantity pictured (2 pages)
- Circle the set that has more (2 pages)
- Circle the set that has less (2 pages)
- Write GREATER or LESS in the blanks when shown quantities (2 pages)
- Match equal quantities (2 pages)

**K.CC.7 – Comparing Numbers**

- Circle the number that is more in each bubble (2 pages)
- Circle the number that is less in each bubble (2 pages)
- Circle the number that is greater in each box (1 page)
- Circle the number that is less than in each box (1 page)
- Cut and paste 2 sets of numbers from least to greatest (1 page)
- Cut and paste symbols to compare numbers (3 pages)

**K.MD.1 – Describing Objects**

- Match the picture to the descriptive word (2 pages)
- Identifying given pictures as heavy or light (1 page)
- Identifying given pictures as tall or short (1 page)
- Writing the number of given cubes long a pencil is (2 pages)
- Circling the correct descriptive word to describe a picture (2 pages)
- Using a word bank, coming up with a descriptive word for a picture (2 pages)

**K.MD.2 – Comparing Objects**

- Identifying 2 things as taller/shorter or lighter/heavier (2 pages)•
- Coloring the object that holds more (1 page)
- Coloring the object that holds less (1 page)
- Coloring the object that is taller (1 page)
- Coloring the object that is shorter (1 page)
- Coloring the object that is heavier (1 page)
- Coloring the object that is lighter (1 page)
- Coloring pencils that are longer or shorter than the given example (2 pages)

**K.MD.3 – Classifying Objects**

- Classifying shapes by coloring and counting (2 pages)
- Classifying circles by coloring and counting (3 pages)
- Classifying objects into two categories and counting; cut & paste (5 pages)

**K.NBT.1 – Compose/Decompose Numbers 11-19**

- Match the number to the tens frames (2 pages)
- Write the tens and ones, then write the number based on the picture of base ten blocks (2 pages)
- Match the number to the base ten blocks (2 pages)
- Finish the equation based on the tens frames (2 pages)
- Color in tens frames based on equation (2 pages)
- Draw base ten cubes to represent an equation (2 pages)

**K.G.1 – Shapes and Positional Words**

- Match the description to the picture (3 pages)
- Circle the picture that matches the description (4 pages)
- Color the shape that makes the description true (3 pages)

**K.G.2 – Naming Shapes**

- Match the shape to the name (2 pages)
- Trace the word and draw the shape (2 pages)
- Write the shape using a word bank (4 pages)
- Color the correct shape (2 pages)
- Cut and paste the shapes into the correct column (2 pages)

**K.G.3 – 2D & 3D Shapes**

- Color 2D shapes and 3D shapes (2 pages)
- Circle the correct shape in each row (2 pages)
- Cut and paste the shape into the correct column (1 page)
- Finish the sentence with FLAT or SOLID (1 page)
- Circle the correct object in each row (2 pages)
- Match the shape to the real world object (2 pages)

**K.G.4 – Analyze and Compare Shapes**

- Match description to shape (1 page)
- Finish each sentence with numbers to describe shapes (1 page)
- Draw to shapes and write how they are same/different (3 pages)
- Identify number of vertices (1 page)
- Cut and paste into correct categories (4 pages)

**K.G.5 – Model Shapes**

- Complete dot to dot and name shapes using word bank (2 pages)
- Trace and draw shapes (1 page)
- Finish drawing shapes and name shapes using word bank (3 pages)
- Construct shapes and name attributes (2 pages)
- Trace shapes and use ruler to draw 5 more (2 pages)

**K.G.6 – Compose Simple Shapes to Form Larger Shapes**

- Use smaller shapes to make new shape -trace and draw (2 pages)
- Use tangrams to draw a picture (1 page)
- Make given pictures with tangrams and count shapes used in each (3 pages)
- Cut smaller shapes and paste onto larger shapes (4 pages)

**K.OA.1 – Addition and Subtraction Within 10**

- Solve an addition equation based on a picture (2 pages)
- Write an addition equation based on a picture (1 page)
- Solve a subtraction equation based on a picture (2 pages)
- Draw a picture based on a subtraction equation (1 page)
- Add two dice (2 pages)
- Add 2 five-frames (2 pages)
- Match the picture to the equation (1 page)

**K.OA.2 – Addition and Subtraction Word Problems Within 10**

- Solve an addition word problem by showing a picture, number line, equation, and tracing a sentence. (10 pages)
- Solve a subtraction word problem by showing a picture, number line, equation, and tracing a sentence. (10 pages)

**K.OA.3 – Decomposing Numbers**

- Show 3 ways to make 3 (1 page)
- Show 4 ways to make 4 (1 page)
- Show 5 ways to make 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 (5 pages)
- Complete the number bond (2 pages)
- Complete the part-part-whole table (2 pages)

**K.OA.4 –Making Ten**

- Color cubes and write an equation to make ten (1 page)
- Write an equation based on a picture of cubes to make ten (1 page)
- Color in a ten frame to match an equation that equals ten (2 pages)
- Complete the part-part-whole (1 page)
- Complete the part-part-whole with the sum and 1 addend given (1 page)
- Write an equation that matches the picture of the ten frame (2 pages)
- Complete the number bond (1 page)
- Complete the number bond with the sum and 1 addend given (1 page)

**K.OA.5 – Fluently Add and Subtract Within 5**

- Solve vertical addition equations (2 pages)
- Solve horizontal addition equations (2 pages)
- Match the sum to the equation (2 pages)
- Complete the number bond (2 pages)
- Complete the part-part-whole (2 pages)
- Color by Number with equations to 5 (1 page)

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**FIRST GRADE MATH SKILL CHECKS**

**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 addition word problems
- 5 pages asking students to solve subtraction word problems

**1.OA.2 3-Addend Word Problems**

- 5 pages asking students to solve 3-addend 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

**1.OA.4 Subtraction as Unknown Addend Addition**

- 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

**1.OA.6 Adding and Subtracting Fluently**

- 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

**1.NBT.4 Adding Within 120**

- 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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**SECOND GRADE MATH SKILL CHECKS**

**2.MD.1 – Measuring With Logical Units**

- sort items into the most logical unit of measurement (3 pages)
- circle the most logical unit to measure objects (3 pages)
- measure parts of your body using inches and cm (2 pages)
- measure classroom objects using inches and cm (2 pages)

**2.MD.2 – Measuring an Object Twice**

- measuring classroom objects twice; inches and cm (2 pages)
- explain difference between measurements with same number and different unit (1 page)
- measuring pictures with linking cubes and base ten cubes (2 pages)
- measuring lines using inches and centimeters (2 pages)
- measuring objects around the room; inches and cm (1 page)
- measuring objects and lines using provided non-standard measurement rulers (2 pages)

**2.MD.3 – Estimating Lengths**

- circle correct estimation phrase when given line/ruler (2 pages)
- color 🙂 if a measurement is logical; color 🙁 if a measurement is illogical (2 pages)
- circle the logical unit of measurement that fits in the blank (2 pages)
- estimating measurement of line; finding actual measurement (2 pages)
- estimating measurement of object; finding actual measurement (2 pages)

**2.MD.4 – Comparing Measurements of Objects**

- measure 5 lines and fill-in-the-blank for comparison sentences about those lines (2 pages)
- measure pictures on the page and answer comparison questions (1 page)
- circle larger or small measurement when given 2 units (1 page)
- find objects, measure and compare (1 page)
- measure lines and then write 2 true and 2 false statements comparing those lines (2 pages)
- comparing lines with different starting points on a ruler (3 pages)

**2.MD.5 – Measurement Word Problems**

- addition and subtraction word problems; 4 per page with workspace for each problem (10 pages)

**2.MD.6 – Representing Wholes on Number Lines**

- add/subtract to represent whole numbers on number line (3 pages)
- add/subtract to represent whole numbers on open number line (4 pages)
- add/subtract word problems using a number line (3 pages)

**2.MD.7 – Telling Time to the Nearest 5 Minutes**

- write digital time when given analog time (3 pages)
- write analog time when given digital time (3 pages)
- labeling events/times as AM or PM (2 pages)
- matching digital and analog time (2 pages)

**2.MD.8 – Money and Money Word Problems**

- skip counting with coins (1 page)
- count the amount of change shown (3 pages)
- draw the change when given amount of $ (3 pages)
- money word problems (5 pages)
- label change as dollar amount and as cents amount (1 page)
- answer questions about prices of school supplies (1 page)

**2.MD.9 – Showing Measurement Data on Line Plots**

- measure lines using inches and plot data on line plot (2 pages)
- measure lines using cm and plot data on line plot (2 pages)
- draw lines using inches based on line plot data (2 pages)
- draw lines using cm based on line plot data (2 pages)
- measure pencils using inches and plot data on line plot (2 pages)

**2.MD.10 – Picture Graphs and Bar Graphs**

- answer questions based on bar graph data (3 pages)
- answer questions based on picture graph data (2 pages)
- make bar graph based on data and answer questions (2 pages)
- make picture graph based on data and answer questions (3 pages)

**2.NBT.1 – Place Value Practice: Hundreds, Tens, and Ones**

- writing numbers when given hundreds/tens/ones in word form (4 pages)
- identifying value of underlined number (1 page)
- using place value to make a number (2 pages)
- making numbers using base 10 blocks (3 pages)

**2.NBT.2 – Counting Within 1000 and Skip Counting**

- fill in the missing numbers to make pattern on 100 table; identify pattern (10 pages)
- fill in missing numbers from pattern (2 pages)

**2.NBT.3 – Expanded Form, Word Form and Standard Form for Numbers Within 1000**

- writing numbers in standard form when given word form (2 pages)
- writing numbers in expanded form when given standard form (2 pages)
- writing numbers in word form when given standard form (2 pages)
- writing numbers in standard, expanded, and word form (4 pages)

**2.NBT.4 – Comparing Three-Digit Numbers**

- comparing three digit numbers (3 pages)
- comparing numbers in word form (2 pages)
- comparing numbers in standard, word, and expanded form (3 pages)
- order numbers from least to greatest (2 pages)

**2.NBT.5 – Add and Subtract 2-Digit Numbers**

- adding 2-digit numbers (5 pages)
- subtracting 2-digit numbers without borrowing (5 pages)
- subtracting 2-digit numbers with borrowing (5 pages)

**2.NBT.6 – Add 3-Digit and 4-Digit Numbers**

- adding with three addends (6 pages)
- adding with four addends (6 pages)

**2.NBT.7 – Add and Subtract 3-Digit Numbers**

- adding 3-digit numbers (5 pages)
- subtracting 3-digit numbers without borrowing (3 pages)
- subtracting 3-digit numbers with borrowing (5 pages)
- subtracting across zeros (2 pages)

**2.NBT.8 – Ten More/Ten Less & 100 More/100 Less**

- 10 more/10 less word form (2 pages)
- 100 more/100 less word form (2 pages)
- fill in the missing numbers for 10 more/10 less and 100 more/100 less (8 pages)

**2.NBT.9 – Modeling and Explaining Addition and Subtraction**

- explain strategies for solving problems in words, pictures, and/or numbers. (6 pages)
- show addition problems using base 10 blocks (2 pages)
- show subtraction problems using base 10 blocks (2 pages)

**2.OA.1 – Addition and Subtraction Word Problems**

- Addition word problems (2 pages)
- Subtraction word problems (2 pages)
- Mixed addition and subtraction word problems (4 pages)
- Multi-step word problems (2 pages)

**2.OA.2 – Addition and Subtraction**

- Complete the fact triangles (4 pages)
- Fill in the missing number in the equation (2 pages)
- Addition facts using pictures (2 pages)
- Subtraction facts using pictures (2 pages)
- Fill in the missing equation in the fact family (2 pages)

**2.OA.3 – Odd and Even Numbers**

- Complete equations to prove even or odd (2 pages)
- Circle pairs to prove even or odd (3 pages)
- Even and odd numbers and patterns on a hundreds chart (2 pages)
- Identify even and odd numbers of objects (3 pages)

**2.OA.4 – Arrays and Repeated Addition**

- Identify rows and columns in an array (4 pages)
- Repeated addition sentences based on arrays (6 pages)

**2.G.1 – Identify 2D and 3D Shapes**

- shade in quadrilaterals and cross out non-quadrilaterals (2 pages)
- draw shapes based on given attributes (1 page)
- name and match 2d shapes with real life objects of same shape (2 pages)
- name and match 3d shapes with real life objects of same shape (1 page)
- name and write 2 attributes of pictured 2d shapes (2 pages)
- name and write 2 attributed of pictured 3d shapes (1 page)
- name attribute that two shapes have in common (1 page)

**2.G.2 – Partition Rectangles**

- identify number of rows and columns of arrays (2 pages)
- identify number of rows, columns, and total squares of arrays (2 pages)
- draw rectangles partitioned into given number of rows and columns with support of the outside rectangle drawn for students; identify total number of squares (3 pages)
- draw rectangles partitioned into given number of rows and columns; identify total number of squares(3 pages)

**2.G.3 – Partition Circles & Rectangles; Halves, Thirds, and Fourths**

- write yes or no to identify shapes partitioned equally or unequally (2 pages)
- classify shapes as partitioned into halves, thirds, or fourths by coloring each a different color (1 page)
- identify fraction and match an equal fraction (1 page)
- show examples and non-examples of partitioning given shapes equally (1 page)
- show 2 unique ways to partition the same shape into 2 equal parts (1 page)
- show 2 unique ways to partition the same shape into 4 equal parts (1 page)
- color in one equal part of a whole and identify fraction (3 pages)

All of these math practice pages are included in three formats:

**Print and go:**Printable pages for your students. Answer key included.**Google Slides:**Link to Google Slides presentation. All text boxes have been added for you, and some directions have been modified to fit the digital formatting.*Students will need to be familiar with text, line, and scribble tools to complete this format.***JPEG:**individual JPEG files of each worksheet. This format is ideal for digital learning platforms like Seesaw where students can “draw” on top of a file*using their finger or a stylus pen.*

What makes these math quick checks 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