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These printable pages are essential for any teacher who is teaching the common core standards! Every standard has at least 5 printable pages! You can use these printables for morning work, whole group instruction, homework, early finisher work, reteaching... the possibilities are endless!

All pages are in black and white.... easy to print and saves your colored ink!

Each domain is separated with a cover page and table of contents for that domain so that you can easily find what you are looking for!

Please download the free preview!

Geometry:

1.G.1

Students:

~Students draw shapes based on defining attributes.

~Students list the defining attributes of a shape.

~Students draw shapes with defining and non-defining attributes.

~Students draw the shape and count the sides/corners of a shape

1.G.2

~Students find the composite shape that makes up the shapes shown.

~Students choose the two shapes that make the composite shape.

~Students use the two shapes shown to make a new shape.

~Students choose 2D or 3D shapes for the shape shown.

~Students cut and paste the 2D and 3D shapes into the correct column.

1.G.3

~Students divide the shapes shown into halves and fourths.

~Students draw an object and divide it equally according to the story.

~Students look at a shape and decide if it is divided into halves and fourths.

~Students color a divided shape according to the directions.

~Students cut and paste the fraction shapes into the correct column.

Measurement and Data:

1.MD.1

~Students compare objects lengths (shortest vs. tallest, longest vs. shortest) and glue the objects in the correct order.

~Students use linking cubes to measure the objects in the picture.

1.MD.2

~Students use the attached image to measure a picture.

~Students use linking cubes to measure images in a picture.

1.MD.3

~Students match the digital and analog clocks.

1.MD.4

~Students use a spinner to tally and graph three pictures.

~Students count the objects, tally them and graph them.

Numbers and Operations in Base Ten

1.NBT.1

~Students count the objects and write the number.

~Students finish the 100’s chart.

~Students fill in the missing numbers in a sequence of numbers.

1.NBT.2a

~Students circle pictures into groups of 10.

1.NBT.2b

~Students match the base ten blocks to the numbers 11-19.

~Students fill in the ten frames to represent the numbers 11-19.

~Students match the number word to the base ten blocks.

~Students match 11-19 to the base ten blocks.

1.NBT.2c

~Students count the base ten blocks.

~Students match the base ten blocks to the number.

~Students draw the base ten blocks for each number.

1.NBT.3

~Students create their own greater than, less than, or equal than statement.

~Students circle the bigger number.

~Students color the numbers in a set that are greater or less than a given number.

~Students fill in the <, >, = sign.

1.NBT.4

~Students add a one digit number to a two digit number.

1.NBT.5

~Students use a number chart to find 10 more and 10 less than a given number.

~Students find the number that is 10 more and 10 less than the two numbers shown.

~Students cut and paste 3 sets of numbers (in increments of 10) in order.

~Students use a spinner to find 10 more or 10 less than the number.

1.NBT.6

~Students complete numbers problems in which they subtract decade numbers.

~Students use base ten picture problems to write an equation.

1.OA.1

~Students complete addition and subtraction story problems by drawing the problem and writing the number sentence.

1.OA.2

~Students complete 3 addend addition story problems by drawing the problem and writing the number sentence.

1.OA.3

~Students write the numbers sentences for the fact family.

~Students write all the ways to make a given number.

~Students fill in the missing number in a number sentence.

1.OA.4

~Students find the missing number in the addition and subtraction equation.

~Students match the addition and subtraction sentences from the same fact family.

~Students write a subtraction number sentence to go with the addition sentence.

1.OA.5

~Students fill in missing number strips by counting by 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s.

1.OA.6

~Students solve the addition and subtraction problems.

1.OA.7

~Students cut and paste the equation onto the true or false column.

~Students write their own true and false equations.

~Students circle true and false for each equation.

1.OA.8

~Students cut and paste the missing addend into the equation.

~Students fill in the missing addend in the problem.

There are 134 pages in this file.

~123 Printable Math Pages

~1 Cover Page

~1 Table of Content

~4 Domain Cover Pages

~4 Table of Contents (One for each Domain)

~1 Credits Page

All pages are in black and white.... easy to print and saves your colored ink!

Each domain is separated with a cover page and table of contents for that domain so that you can easily find what you are looking for!

Please download the free preview!

Geometry:

1.G.1

Students:

~Students draw shapes based on defining attributes.

~Students list the defining attributes of a shape.

~Students draw shapes with defining and non-defining attributes.

~Students draw the shape and count the sides/corners of a shape

1.G.2

~Students find the composite shape that makes up the shapes shown.

~Students choose the two shapes that make the composite shape.

~Students use the two shapes shown to make a new shape.

~Students choose 2D or 3D shapes for the shape shown.

~Students cut and paste the 2D and 3D shapes into the correct column.

1.G.3

~Students divide the shapes shown into halves and fourths.

~Students draw an object and divide it equally according to the story.

~Students look at a shape and decide if it is divided into halves and fourths.

~Students color a divided shape according to the directions.

~Students cut and paste the fraction shapes into the correct column.

Measurement and Data:

1.MD.1

~Students compare objects lengths (shortest vs. tallest, longest vs. shortest) and glue the objects in the correct order.

~Students use linking cubes to measure the objects in the picture.

1.MD.2

~Students use the attached image to measure a picture.

~Students use linking cubes to measure images in a picture.

1.MD.3

~Students match the digital and analog clocks.

1.MD.4

~Students use a spinner to tally and graph three pictures.

~Students count the objects, tally them and graph them.

Numbers and Operations in Base Ten

1.NBT.1

~Students count the objects and write the number.

~Students finish the 100’s chart.

~Students fill in the missing numbers in a sequence of numbers.

1.NBT.2a

~Students circle pictures into groups of 10.

1.NBT.2b

~Students match the base ten blocks to the numbers 11-19.

~Students fill in the ten frames to represent the numbers 11-19.

~Students match the number word to the base ten blocks.

~Students match 11-19 to the base ten blocks.

1.NBT.2c

~Students count the base ten blocks.

~Students match the base ten blocks to the number.

~Students draw the base ten blocks for each number.

1.NBT.3

~Students create their own greater than, less than, or equal than statement.

~Students circle the bigger number.

~Students color the numbers in a set that are greater or less than a given number.

~Students fill in the <, >, = sign.

1.NBT.4

~Students add a one digit number to a two digit number.

1.NBT.5

~Students use a number chart to find 10 more and 10 less than a given number.

~Students find the number that is 10 more and 10 less than the two numbers shown.

~Students cut and paste 3 sets of numbers (in increments of 10) in order.

~Students use a spinner to find 10 more or 10 less than the number.

1.NBT.6

~Students complete numbers problems in which they subtract decade numbers.

~Students use base ten picture problems to write an equation.

1.OA.1

~Students complete addition and subtraction story problems by drawing the problem and writing the number sentence.

1.OA.2

~Students complete 3 addend addition story problems by drawing the problem and writing the number sentence.

1.OA.3

~Students write the numbers sentences for the fact family.

~Students write all the ways to make a given number.

~Students fill in the missing number in a number sentence.

1.OA.4

~Students find the missing number in the addition and subtraction equation.

~Students match the addition and subtraction sentences from the same fact family.

~Students write a subtraction number sentence to go with the addition sentence.

1.OA.5

~Students fill in missing number strips by counting by 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s.

1.OA.6

~Students solve the addition and subtraction problems.

1.OA.7

~Students cut and paste the equation onto the true or false column.

~Students write their own true and false equations.

~Students circle true and false for each equation.

1.OA.8

~Students cut and paste the missing addend into the equation.

~Students fill in the missing addend in the problem.

There are 134 pages in this file.

~123 Printable Math Pages

~1 Cover Page

~1 Table of Content

~4 Domain Cover Pages

~4 Table of Contents (One for each Domain)

~1 Credits Page

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134 pages

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