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Comprehensive 1st Grade Math Practice and Assessments resource. Includes 9 zip files: **Count to 120, Add to 20, Subtract from 20, Place Value, Shapes, Fractions, Graphing, Telling Time**, and **Measurement**. **Over 800 pages** of worksheets, and assessments. All Common Core aligned, with answer keys.

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This is a resource that will keep all of your students engaged. Each file has many sheets that allow for rigorous, differentiated practice. There is **no wasted space, and no fluff.** The design of these sheets was carefully planned so that you will get a lot of value for your purchase!

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**✱ Count to 120 Contents ✱**

**File #1 - Number Lines** (18 pages)

The pages in this file have number lines with missing numbers, and three questions at the bottom of the page (What number comes before/after/between?).

They get **progressively more challenging** so you can differentiate instruction and use them at different times of the year.

• Pg. 3, 4 Count to 20

• Pg. 5, 6 Count to 50

• Pg. 7, 8 Count to 80

• Pg. 9, 10 Count to 100

• Pg. 11, 12 Count to 120

• Pg. 13, 14 Hundreds Chart to 100

• Pg. 15, 16 Hundreds Chart to 120

• Pg. 17, 18 Blank Charts to 100, 120

• Pg. 19, 20 Filled Charts to 100, 120

**File #2 - Represent Objects with Numerals** (8 pages)

The pages in this file have objects grouped by 10s, 5s, 2s, and 1s to provide practice in representing a number of objects with the correct numeral.

• Pg. 3, 4 Count objects by 10s

• Pg. 5, 6 Count objects by 5s

• Pg. 7, 8 Count objects by 2s

• Pg. 9, 10 Count objects by 1s

**File #3 - Number Line Word Problems** (15 pages)

The pages in this file require students to **reason and answer questions** about the number lines in front of them. These pages also get progressively more difficult, and come in **two varieties**: one requires students to look at a given number line to answer questions. The other requires them to follow directions to fill in completely empty number lines, then answer questions.

• Pg. 3, 4, 5 Problems up to 20

• Pg. 6, 7, 8 Problems up to 50

• Pg. 9, 10, 11 Problems up to 80

• Pg. 12, 13, 14 Problems up to100

• Pg. 15, 16, 17 Problems up to 120

**File #4 - Assessments** (20 pages)

There are 5 assessments in this file. Every assessment has questions from each type of counting activity that I provided you. The questions require students to select the correct response or to give a short answer to fill in the blanks. The assessments get progressively more challenging, but all follow the same format. **Answer Keys** included.

• Pg. 3, 4 Can you count to 20?

• Pg. 5, 6 Answer Key

• Pg. 7, 8 Can you count to 50?

• Pg. 9, 10 Answer Key

• Pg. 11, 12 Can you count to 80?

• Pg. 13, 14 Answer Key

• Pg. 15, 16 Can you count to 100?

• Pg. 17, 18 Answer Key

• Pg. 19, 20 Can you count to 120?

• Pg. 21, 22 Answer Key

**✱ Place Value Contents ✱**

**File #1 - Tens and Ones** (23 pages)

The pages in this file present students with several opportunities to practice counting and drawing base ten blocks.

They get **progressively more challenging** so you can differentiate instruction. The activities are different so students remain engaged!

• Pg. 3,4 Count tens

• Pg. 5 Count tens (cut and paste)

• Pg. 6, Count tens and ones (10 – 19)

• Pg. 8 Count tens and ones (cut and paste)

• Pg. 9, 10 Count tens and ones (to 5 tens)

• Pg. 11 Count tens and ones (cut and paste)

• Pg. 12 – 15 Draw tens and ones (print front and back)

• Pg. 16 – 19 Multiple choice questions

• Pg. 20, 21 Give Value to Digits

• Pg. 23 Place Value Mat (Tens/Ones)

**File #2 - Compare Numbers** (18 pages)

The pages in this file provide practice in comparing numbers. First, students are asked to compare using words, then using symbols.

**Bonus**: pages are included with a Work Mat, and the "Greater Than/Less Than" symbols. Use them to introduce the concept, to practice in small groups, and in a Math Center if you wish.

• Pg. 3, 4 Compare Base Ten Using Words

• Pg. 5, 6, 7 Compare Numbers Using Words

• Pg. 8, 9 Compare Numbers Using Symbols

• Pg. 10, 11 Compare Numbers Cut and Paste

• Pg. 12, 13 Color by code

• Pg. 15, 16* Greater Than/Less Than Symbols

• Pg. 18 Compare Numbers Mats

**File #3 - Assessments** (14 pages)

There are 6 assessments in this file. There are 2 assessments for Place Value, 2 for Comparing Numbers, and 2 with questions from both Standards. The questions require students to select the correct response or to give a short answer to fill in the blanks.The assessment follow the same format. **Answer Keys** included.

• Pg. 3 Place Value Assessment - 1

• Pg. 4 Answer Key

• Pg. 5 Place Value Assessment - 2

• Pg. 6 Answer Key

• Pg. 7 Comparing Numbers Assessment - 1

• Pg. 8 Answer Key

• Pg. 9 Comparing Numbers Assessment - 2

• Pg. 10 Answer Key

• Pg. 11 Place Value & Comparing Numbers Assessment- 1

• Pg. 12 Answer Key

• Pg. 13 Place Value & Comparing Numbers Assessment- 2

• Pg. 14. Answer Key

**✱ Addition to 20 Contents ✱**

**File #1 – Add to 20 (51 pages + answer keys)**

• Add to 10 with dominoes

• Add to 10 with objects

• Add Facts to 10 – Sum Unknown

• Add Dominoes – Change Unknown

• Add Dominoes – Start Unknown

• Count on Number Lines to 10

• Count on Number Lines to 20

• Making 10

• Use Addition Strategies

• Fact Families

• Commutative Property

• Associative Property

• Equations with Symbols

• True or False Equations

**File #2 – Word Problems (30 pages + answer keys)**

• Sum Unknown to 10

• Sum Unknown to 20

• Change Unknown to 10

• Change Unknown to 20

• Start Unknown to 10

• Start Unknown to 20

• Mixed Practice

• Add three numbers

**File #3 – Assessments (14 assessments + answer keys)**

• Add to 10

• Add to 10 with Unknown in all positions

• Add to 20

• Add to 20 with Unknown in all positions

• Add 3 Numbers

• Fact Families

• Cumulative Test

**✱ Subtraction from 20 Contents ✱**

**File #1 – Subtract from 20 (34 pages + answer keys)**

• Understand Subtraction

• Subtract Objects

• Subtract Within 10

• Count Back on Number Lines Within 10

• Count Back on Number Lines Within 20

• Subtract From 10 – Change Unknown

• Use Subtraction Strategies

• Fact Families

• Equations with Symbols (Unknown in all positions)

• True or False Equations (Unknown in all positions)

**File #2 – Word Problems (32 pages + answer keys)**

• Difference Unknown from 10

• Difference Unknown from 20

• Change Unknown from 10

• Change Unknown from 20

• Start Unknown from 10

• Start Unknown from 20

• Mixed Practice

• Subtract to Compare from 10 (How many more/fewer?)

• Subtract to Compare from 20 (How many more/fewer?)

**File #3 – Assessments (14 assessments + answer keys)**

• Subtract from 10

• Subtract from 10 with Unknown in all positions

• Subtract from 20

• Subtract from 20 with Unknown in all positions

• Fact Families

• Cumulative Test

**✱ Shapes Contents ✱**

**File #1 - 2-D and 3-D Shapes Practice** (38 pages including Answer Keys)

The pages in this file present students with several opportunities to practice drawing, identifying, reasoning, and manipulating shapes (manipulatives not included).

• Trace and Draw 2-D Shapes (1 sheet)

• Identify 2-D Shapes (4 sheets)

• 2-D Shape Attributes (4 sheets)

• Composing 2-D Shapes (3 sheets)

• Identify 3-D Shapes (5 sheets)

• 3-D Shape Attributes (3 sheets)

• Roll, Stack, or Both (1 sheet)

• Composing 3-D Shapes (1 sheet)

**File #2 - Assessments** (16 pages including Answer Keys)

The pages in this file provide a pre and a post assessment for 2-D and 3-D shapes. The question types include multiple choice, drawing, and written response. With Answer Keys.

• 2-D Shapes #1 (2 sheets)

• 2-D Shapes #2 (2 sheets)

• 3-D Shapes #1 (2 sheets)

• 3-D Shapes #2 (2 sheets)

**✱ Fractions Contents ✱**

**File #1 - Fractions Practice** (30 pages including Answer Keys)

The pages in this file present students with several opportunities to practice identifying, describing, and partitioning circles and rectangles into halves and fourths.

• Identifying Equal Shares (1 page)

• Identifying Equal Shares – Cut and Paste (3 pages)

• Identifying Halves (1 page)

• Partitioning in Halves (1 page)

• Identifying Fourths (1 page)

• Partitioning in Fourths (1 page)

• Identifying Halves and Fourths (2 pages)

• Identifying Halves and Fourths – Cut and Paste (3 pages)

• Describing Halves and Fourths (3 pages)

• Partitioning in Halves and Fourths (3 pages)

**File #2 - Assessments** (6 pages including Answer Keys)

The pages in this file provide a pre and a post assessment for fractions. The question types include multiple choice, drawing, and written response. With Answer Keys.

• Fractions #1 (12 questions) (2 pages)

• Fractions #1 (10 questions) (1 page)

• Fractions #2 (12 questions) (2 pages)

• Fractions #2 (10 questions) (1 page)

**✱ Graphing Contents ✱**

**☞☞Back to School**

**Tally Charts**

• How we go to School

• Favorite Subject

• Favorite Way to Color

• Favorite Kind of Recess

• Favorite Thing to do at Dismissal

• Favorite Thing About our Classroom

• Assessment

**Pictographs**

• What’s In Our Backpacks

• Sports We Play

• Who We Like to See at School

• Our Favorite School Lunch

• Favorite Things About Our Teacher

• Thing We Build With Blocks

• Assessment

**Bar Graphs**

• What we do at Home

• Our Favorite Snacks

• Our Favorite Colors

• Our Favorite Drinks

• Favorite Indoor Recess Activities

• Favorite Things to Draw

• Assessment

**☞☞Fall**

**Tally Charts**

• Favorite Leaf Color

• Favorite Fall Activity

• Favorite Pie Flavors

• Favorite Apple Dishes

• Kinds of Leaves We Like

• Fall Vegetables

• Assessment

**Pictographs**

• Favorite Pumpkin Dishes

• Favorite Halloween Candy

• Things We Love About Fall

• What We Wear in Fall Weather

• Things We do After Trick-or-Treating

• Vegetables We Eat in the Fall

• Assessment

**Bar Graphs**

• Favorite Thanksgiving Dishes

• Things We do on Thanksgiving Day

• Sort Pictures to create Bar Graphs

• Things Parents do in the Yard

• Favorite Colors to Use

• Favorite Snacks to Watch Football

• Assessment

**☞☞Winter**

**Tally Charts**

• Favorite Things to do in the Snow

• Favorite Things to Put on Snowmen

• Favorite Hot Drinks

• Clothing We Wear in the Winter

• Things to do During Winter Break

• What We Miss About School

• Assessment

**Pictographs**

• First Thing We Want to do at School

• Gifts Children Like

• Favorite Treats to Bake in the Winter

• Pictures We Like to Draw

• Things Kids Like to Curl Up With

• What We Do When It’s Cold Outside

• Assessment

**Bar Graphs**

• Favorite Winter Soups

• Favorite Cozy Socks

• Sort Pictures to create Bar Graphs

• (Gingerbread/Winter Pictures)

• Favorite Winter Characters

• Favorite Holiday Cookies

• Assessment

**☞☞Spring**

**Tally Charts**

• Favorite Flower Colors

• Things We Do In Our Gardens

• Insects We See in the Spring

• Favorite Flowers

• Times We Play Outside

• Favorite Spring Drinks

• Assessment

**Pictographs**

• Favorite Birds

• Favorite Foods to Grill

• Things We Do When It’s Raining

• Favorite Ball Games

• Favorite Sandwiches

• Places We Clean at Home

• Assessment

**Bar Graphs**

• Favorite Spring Break Things to Do

• Ways We Will Travel on Spring Break

• Sort Pictures to create Bar Graphs

• (Pets/Animals That Fly)

• Things We See in the Garden

• Favorite Spring Weather

• Assessment

**✱ Telling Time Contents ✱**

**File #1 - Time to The Hour, Time to the Half Hour, and Mixed Practice** (44 pages including Answer Keys)

• Read analog clock and write time.

• Match time to analog clock – cut and paste.

• Read time, draw hands on clock.

• Read sentence, choose correct clock.

• Decide if analog clock matches time. Write correct time.

• Choose digital clock that matches analog clock.

• Match analog clock to digital clock – cut and paste.

**Also included**

• Activity Suggestion Page

• 2 Medium analog and digital clocks – B & W

• 2 Medium analog and digital clocks – Color

• Activity Suggestion Page

• 1 Large analog and digital clock – B & W

• 1 Large analog and digital clock – Color

**File #2 - Assessments** (12 pages including Answer Keys)

The pages in this file provide a pre and a post assessment for telling time to the hour, the half-hour, and mixed practice. The question types include multiple choice, drawing hands on analog clocks, and writing the time. With Answer Keys.

• Time to the Hour - #1 and #2

• Time to the Half-Hour - # 1 and #2

• Mixed Practice - #1 and #2

**✱ Measurement Contents ✱**

**File #1 - Compare, Order, and Measure** (46 pages including Answer Keys)

1.MD.1 – Compare and Order Objects (15 pages + Answer keys)

• Compare and Order Objects – Height

• Compare and Order Objects – Length

• Compare 2 objects – Fill in the Blanks

• Compare 3 Objects

• Order 3 Objects

• Reasoning (Read sentences and match pictures to words)

• Indirect Measurement

1.MD.2 – Measure Objects (8 pages + Answer Keys)

• Measure Length

• Measure Height

• Estimate Height and Length

**File #2 - Assessments** (12 pages including Answer Keys)

• 1.MD.1 – Pre/Post Assessment

• 1.MD.2 – Pre/Post Assessment

• Mixed Skills – Pre/Post Assessment

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CCSS1.G.A.3

Partition circles and rectangles into two and four equal shares, describe the shares using the words halves, fourths, and quarters, and use the phrases half of, fourth of, and quarter of. Describe the whole as two of, or four of the shares. Understand for these examples that decomposing into more equal shares creates smaller shares.

CCSS1.G.A.2

Compose two-dimensional shapes (rectangles, squares, trapezoids, triangles, half-circles, and quarter-circles) or three-dimensional shapes (cubes, right rectangular prisms, right circular cones, and right circular cylinders) to create a composite shape, and compose new shapes from the composite shape.

CCSS1.G.A.1

Distinguish between defining attributes (e.g., triangles are closed and three-sided) versus non-defining attributes (e.g., color, orientation, overall size); build and draw shapes to possess defining attributes.

CCSS1.OA.D.7

Understand the meaning of the equal sign, and determine if equations involving addition and subtraction are true or false. For example, which of the following equations are true and which are false? 6 = 6, 7 = 8 - 1, 5 + 2 = 2 + 5, 4 + 1 = 5 + 2.

CCSS1.OA.C.6

Add and subtract within 20, demonstrating fluency for addition and subtraction within 10. Use strategies such as counting on; making ten (e.g., 8 + 6 = 8 + 2 + 4 = 10 + 4 = 14); decomposing a number leading to a ten (e.g., 13 - 4 = 13 - 3 - 1 = 10 - 1 = 9); using the relationship between addition and subtraction (e.g., knowing that 8 + 4 = 12, one knows 12 - 8 = 4); and creating equivalent but easier or known sums (e.g., adding 6 + 7 by creating the known equivalent 6 + 6 + 1 = 12 + 1 = 13).

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