1st Grade Build It Games Yearlong Bundle

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"Build It" math games are easy-to-learn 1st grade math games that are fun and engaging to ALL students. Students get to build a castle, a garden, a pet shop, and MORE! These 1st grade math activities are perfect for partner work, small groups, or math centers. There are 40 first grade math games included and 40 math task card sets. Once you teach students how to play the game, they can play it over and over again with a variety of skills. This is the MEGA BUNDLE!

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You save 25% when you buy the MEGA Bundle of all 40 Build It Games!

What Is Build It?

Students get to “build” a different theme in every game. They add a piece each time they answer a question correctly. The first one to finish wins!

What's Included?

  • 40 Build It Games
  • 40 Sets of 1st Grade Math Task Cards
  • easy to play
  • easy to differentiate
  • color and black & white versions
  • answer keys


  • Build a Baseball Field
  • Build a Basketball Court
  • Build a Football Field
  • Build a Soccer Field
  • Build a Volleyball Court
  • Build an Ice Hockey Rink
  • Build an Aquarium
  • Build a Transportation Scene
  • Build a Pet Shop
  • Build a Dog Park
  • Build a Campsite
  • Build a Beach Scene
  • Build a Fall Scene
  • Build a Snow Day
  • Build a Spring Scene
  • Build a Farm
  • Build a Garden
  • Build a Park
  • Build a Swimming Pool
  • Build a Town
  • Build a Carnival
  • Build a Castle
  • Build a Comic
  • Build a Dinosaur Scene
  • Build a Pirate Island
  • Build a Robot
  • Build a Space Scene
  • Build a Theme Park
  • Build a Treasure Map
  • Build an Ocean Scene
  • Build a Birthday Party
  • Build a Breakfast
  • Build a Dinner Plate
  • Build a Dozen Donuts
  • Build a Grocery Cart
  • Build a Kid's Bedroom
  • Build a Pizza
  • Build a Science Lab
  • Build an Artist Studio
  • Build an Ice Cream Sundae

40 SKILLS INCLUDED (40 Sets of 1st Grade Task Cards):

  1. Find 10 More or 10 Less
  2. Add 3 Numbers
  3. Addition and Subtraction Fact Families to 10
  4. Addition and Subtraction Fact Families to 20
  5. Addition and Subtraction Fact Family Triangles
  6. Associative Property of Addition
  7. Commutative Property of Addition
  8. Relate Counting to Addition
  9. Relate Counting to Subtraction
  10. True or False Equations: Meaning of the Equal Sign
  11. Subtraction Facts to 10
  12. Subtraction Facts to 20
  13. Addition Facts to 10
  14. Addition Facts to 20
  15. Subtract on Number Lines to 20
  16. Add on Number Lines to 20
  17. Subtract Multiples of 10
  18. Addition and Subtraction Word Problems to 20
  19. Add within 100
  20. Subtraction as an Unknown Addend Problem
  21. Bar Graphs and Pictographs
  22. Compare 3 Object Lengths
  23. Create New Shapes
  24. Geometry
  25. Halves and Fourths
  26. Identify Coins
  27. Measure to the Nearest Inch
  28. Measure with Cubes
  29. Nonstandard Measurement
  30. Tell Time to the Half Hour
  31. Compare 2 Digit Numbers
  32. Count to 120
  33. Fill in the Missing Numbers 1 to 100
  34. Find Missing Numbers 1 to 120
  35. Find Missing Addend within 20
  36. Missing Numbers on a Hundreds Chart
  37. Place Value: Expanded Form to 100
  38. Place Value: Base Ten Blocks to 100
  39. Place Value: Word Form to 100
  40. Place Value: Tens and Ones

You can pair any set of task cards with any game! OR, replace any set of task cards with your own set. These games are made to flexible and fit what content you are currently teaching.


  • Step 1: Each player gets a background to build their theme on. Playing cards and building pieces go in the middle.
  • Step 2: Each time you get an answer correct, you earn a piece for your game mat.
  • Step 3: Chance cards are provided to spice up gameplay. You never know who's going to win with these included!
  • Step 4: The first person to finish getting 10 items on their game mat wins!


Don’t teach math? Haven’t covered one of the concepts yet? No problem! Simply swap out the set of task cards you don’t need with a set you’d like to use instead.

The 40 Build It Games can be used with ANY set of task cards (reading, math, science, social studies)….the possibilities are endless!


Simple, printable directions are included for you to place next to each game.


Choose between a color version for vibrant colors or black and white to save on ink for each Build It Game.


Short on time? Print the black and white version and let kids color their own decorations.

All 1st grade Build It games are aligned to common core standards and Texas TEKS.

These Build It Games are great as 1st grade math activities, 1st grade math spiral review, 1st grade math review, 1st grade math games, 1st grade math centers, partner activities, whole class games, independent math games, and more.


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More Build It Games:

Grammar Build It Games ( Set 1)

Grammar Build It Games (Set 2)

Fiction Build It Games (Reading)

Nonfiction Build It Games (Reading)


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4th Grade

5th Grade


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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Order three objects by length; compare the lengths of two objects indirectly by using a third object.
Express the length of an object as a whole number of length units, by laying multiple copies of a shorter object (the length unit) end to end; understand that the length measurement of an object is the number of same-size length units that span it with no gaps or overlaps.
Tell and write time in hours and half-hours using analog and digital clocks.
Organize, represent, and interpret data with up to three categories; ask and answer questions about the total number of data points, how many in each category, and how many more or less are in one category than in another.
Count to 120, starting at any number less than 120. In this range, read and write numerals and represent a number of objects with a written numeral.


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