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1st Grade Math Boom Cards were made to make practicing math fun and engaging for young learners. This huge growing bundle will include 12 units with 9 games in each unit. That means there will be 108 games in total! These was made with first grade in mind, but you can adapt it to your lessons to review the skills with second graders and to challenge high level kindergarteners. If you’d like to delve into the digital classroom world and go paperless, you will absolutely love these. These Boom Cards have built-in answer keys, so the students will be able to check their own progress. Furthermore, performance reporting will be at your fingertips.

You may use these digital task cards in a whole group lesson by displaying them on the wall with a projector or using a smartboard, or in a small group using a computer or iPads. Students can also work on these cards independently at a computer or iPad station. Math centers are about to become much more exciting!

**First Grade Math Unit 1: Number Sense Part 1**

· Counting Objects: Students will count the objects and write the number in the box provided. (numbers 0-21)

· Ten Frames: Students will choose the ten frame that shows the correct number. (numbers 0-20)

· Missing Numbers: Students will fill in the blanks with the correct missing numbers. (numbers 0-26)

· Ten Frames: Students will count the number of pieces of candy in the ten frame and write the correct number. (numbers 0-20)

· Number Line: Students will count and write the numbers on a number line. (numbers 0-24)

· One More and One Less: Students will practice counting and identifying one more and one less than a given number. (numbers 0-25)

· Number Recognition: Students will be required to recognize numbers in different formats, such as a numeral, tally marks, ten frames, fingers, objects, and dice. (numbers 0-20)

· Even or Odd: Students will practice identifying even and odd numbers under 20.

· Number Order: Students will practice ordering numbers less than 25.

**First Grade Math Unit 2: Addition Part 1**

· Addition Word Problems: Students will use addition within 20 to solve word problems. Students may use objects, drawings, and equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem. (addition within 20)

· Making a Number Sentence: Students will look at the pictures and choose the correct number sentence that matches the pictures. (addition within 20)

· Ten Frame Addition: Students will look at ten frames to complete the equation. (addition within 20)

· True or False Equations: Students will determine which equations are true or false by dragging and dropping the equations into the correct jars. (addition within 20)

· Number Bonds: Students will use number lines to help them complete the number bonds.

· Find the Sums: Students will add within 20.

· Addition Fluency: Students will solve equations, demonstrating fluency for addition within 20.

· Making 10 to Add: Students will add within twenty by using a strategy such as making ten and counting on.

· Missing Addends: Students will determine the unknown whole number in an addition equation.

**First Grade Math Unit 3: Subtraction Part 1**

· Subtraction Number Sentence: Students will choose the correct equation that represents the pictures.

· Subtraction on a Number Line: Students will read the number lines to form equations.

· Number Bonds: Students will determine the unknown whole number in each number bond.

· Subtraction Fluency: Subtract within 20 and demonstrate fluency.

· Differences: Subtract within 20 to demonstrate fluency.

· Balancing Equations: Determine the unknown whole number to make the subtraction equations on both sides equal.

· Missing Numbers: Students will determine the unknown whole number in subtraction equations relating three whole numbers.

· True of False Equations: Determine which subtraction equations are true or false.

· Subtraction Word Problems: Use subtraction within 20 to solve word problems.

**First Grade Math Unit 4: Number Sense Part 2 **

· Missing Numbers: Student will figure out the missing numbers from 0-100.

· Ordinal Numbers: Students will practice reading ordinal numbers. (1st-12th)

· Even or Odd: Students will determine if a number is even or odd. (numbers 1-120)

· Skip Counting by 2's: Students will skip count by 2's. (numbers 0-100)

· Number Words: Students will practice reading numerals and number words. (numbers 1-20)

· Skip Counting by 5's and 10's: Students will practice skip counting by 5's and 10's.

· Number Order: Students will practice putting numbers in order. (numbers 1-120)

· Tally Marks: Students will practice using tally marks to represent numbers. (numbers 1-100)

· Mystery Numbers: Students will complete the missing number puzzles by adding and subtracting 10 and 1.

**First Grade Math Unit 5: Place Value **

· Count tens and ones and choose the numbers represented by Base 10 blocks.

· Understand how many ones are in a ten (ex: 40 ones in 4 tens) using Base 10 blocks.

· Practice understanding place value. For example, 2 tens and 4 ones equal 24.

· Practice counting tens and ones and write the numbers represented by Base 10 blocks.

· Add 10 to a number.

· Subtract 10 from a number.

· Practice understanding place value and recognize the expanded form of a number.

· Practice understanding place value and compare numbers using symbols.

· Understand how many tens and ones are in a number and create the expanded form of a number.

**First Grade Math Unit 6: Geometry **

· Understand the words halves, thirds, and fourths and identify correctly colored in shapes.

· Compose two-dimensional shapes to create a composite shape.

· Identify two and three dimensional figures based on their attributes using geometric language.

· Identify 2D shapes (circle, triangle, square, rectangle, trapezoid, rhombus, oval, pentagon, heart, star) and their attributes.

· Identify 2D objects that they can find in real life.

· Identify and write the fractions (halves, thirds, and fourths).

· Compose three-dimensional shapes to create a composite shape.

· Identify 3D shapes and their attributes.

· Identify 3D objects (sphere, pyramid, triangular prism, rectangular prism, cube, cylinder, cone) that they can find in real life.

**First Grade Math Unit 7: Addition Part 2 **

· add doubles and near doubles.

· add within 20 by making ten.

· solve equations adding three whole numbers whose sum is less than or equal to 20

· determine the unknown numbers to make the equations true.

· solve word problems that call for addition of three whole numbers whose sum is less than or equal to 20

· figure out the missing number to balance the equations

· learn about fact families and get plenty of practice in adding and subtracting numbers

· add within 100, adding a two-digit number and a multiple of 10 (10~30)

· add within 100, including adding a two-digit number and a one-digit number, and adding a two-digit number and a multiple of 10 (10~90)

**First Grade Math Unit 8: Subtraction Part 2 **

· Subtract numbers 1 to 10 from numbers less than or equal to 20.

· Students will subtract numbers between 1 to 10 from numbers less than or equal to 20 to complete the number bond and find the unknown numbers in the equations.

· Students will read the rule in the table and subtract a single digit number from numbers between 10 to 40.

· Students will complete the fact family house by applying properties of operations as strategies to add and subtract. Students will practice adding and subtracting numbers between 1 to 40.

· Determine the unknown whole number in a subtraction equation relating three whole numbers. Students will practice subtracting a single digit number from numbers between 10 to 50.

· Students will decide whether a plus or a minus symbol is needed to complete the equation. Students will practice subtracting multiples of 10 in the range 10-90 from multiples of 10 in the range 10-90. Students will also practice adding two numbers that are multiples of 10.

· Students will practice subtracting single digit numbers from numbers between 20-100 and subtracting multiples of 10 in the range 10-90 from multiples of 10 in the range 10-90.

· Use subtraction to solve word problems. Students will subtract single digit numbers from numbers less than 80.

· Students will practice subtracting single digit numbers from numbers between 20-100 and subtracting multiples of 10 in the range 10-90 from multiples of 10 in the range 10-90.

**First Grade Math Unit 9: Measurement **

· Use cubes to measure the length of an object

· Understand the correct way to measure

· Compare different lengths of objects

· Measure using nonstandard measurement

· Order objects from the shortest to longest

· Determine how much one object is longer than another

· Estimate the length of objects in inches and feet

· Estimate the length of objects in centimeters and meters

· Measure the length of objects using rulers

**First Grade Math Unit 10: Time **

· Students will read the analog clock and tell the time by the hour.

· Student will read time to the hour and half-hour.

· Students will look at the clocks and choose the correct one for the given time.

· Students will look at the clock and tell the time.

· Students will practice telling the time to the hour and half-hour.

· Students will tell time to the hour and half- hour. Direction: Choose the time that is different from the other two.

· Students will estimate how long it takes to do certain activities in seconds, minutes, or hours.

· Students will practice the concept of elapsed time. (hours and half-hours)

· Students will read the word problems and practice the concept of elapsed time.

**First Grade Math Unit 11: Money (February 30)**

**First Grade Math Unit 12: Graphing and Data (April 17)**

** These digital task cards would be perfect for:**

- Whole Class Instruction

- Small Group Instruction

- Independent Work

- Math Centers

- Assessment

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