This is a collection of all of my First Grade Math Common Core Packets. It includes my Operations and Algebraic Thinking Packet, my Number and Operations in Base Ten Packet, My Measurement and Data Packet, and My Geometry Packet.
Worksheets and activities for EVERY SINGLE first grade math common core standard are included.
Worksheets/Activities Included in this Packet:
Operations and Algebraic Thinking:
*Addition Word Problems
*Addition Word Problems (Unknown Addend)
*Subtraction Word Problems
*Subtraction Word Problems (Unknown Subtrahend)
*Addition Word Word Problems (3 Addends)
*Associative Property of Addition
*Commutative Property of Addition
*Relating Addition and Subtraction
*Use a Number Line to Add
*Use a Number Line to Subtract
*Addition Fast Facts
*Addition Strategy: Make Doubles
*Subtraction Strategy: Decomposing Numbers to 10
*Subtraction Fast Facts
*True or False?
*Find the Missing Number
Numbers and Operations in Base Ten:
*Count to 120 (Fill in the Blanks)
*Count to 120 (Blank Chart)
*How Many (Count using Base Ten Blocks)
*Adding Two-Digit and One-Digit Numbers
*Adding Two-Digit and One-Digit Number With Regrouping
*Adding Two-Digit Numbers (Multiples of 10)
*Adding With Base Ten Blocks (Cut and Paste to Add) (3)
*Ten More and Ten Less (Multiples of 10)
*Ten More and Ten Less
*Subtracting Two-Digit Numbers (Multiples of 10)
*Relating Addition and Subtraction
*Cut and Laminate Base Ten Blocks (3 Sets)
Measurement and Data:
*Order By Length
*Draw the Hands (Time)
*Match the Time
*Time to the Half Hour
*Time to the Hour
*Interpret the Data
*Make a Graph
*My Busy Day: A Book to Relate Time to Events
This is a book that can be used to help teach students how to relate time to events. For example, What do you usually do at 6:00pm?
On each page, the student must look at the analog clock and think of something they usually do at that time of day. There are a sun or stars on each page to help the student decipher between daytime and nighttime. The student must then write a sentence and draw a picture that tells about the event that occurs at that time. Pages are included for 7am, 8am, 9am, 10am, 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm, 7pm, 8pm, & 9pm. There is also a blank page with a blank clock where students can fill in any time they would like, including time to the half hour, etc.
*Defining Attributes - Students determine which attributes of a shape are defining attributes and which ones are not.
*Different Shapes - After understanding which attributes are defining, students use this knowledge to draw shapes that are different from the example.
*Shapes Different Ways - After understanding which attributes are defining, students use this knowledge to draw shapes that are the same shape, but different in some way, from the example.
*Combining 3d Shapes - Students determine the solid shapes that are used to make real life objects.
*Compose 2d Shapes (2 Activities) - Students use 2d shapes to compose different shapes.
*Compose 3d Shapes - Students determine the 3d shapes that were used to create other 3d shapes.
*Color the Fractions - Students shade the shapes to show halves and fourths.
*Fractions Different Ways - Students divide the shapes into fractions in different ways.
*Sort the Fractions - Students sort the shapes to tell if the fractions are showing halves or quarters.
Each worksheet contains the Common Core Standard it addresses clearly printed at the top of the page. I have found this incredibly useful in helping parents to understand the concepts being taught. (Several worksheets address more than one standard, but only the one targeted standard is identified.) Clear directions are printed at the bottom of each page.
Please message me if you have any questions. Enjoy!
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