Number of the Day Worksheets | Place Value | Number Sense | Back to School

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Number of the Day! These daily math worksheets will help your first graders (or review for 2nd graders) with place value and number sense. It will have them thinking about math (numbers) in different ways. NO PREP which will help with your at-home distance learning independent practice at school or homework.

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  • "I love this so much! I have been in search of some morning work for my students to complete in the morning if they choose not to eat breakfast or if they finish eating early. This is going to help so that my students are not goofing around in the morning and to help reinforce some of their math skills.... thank so so much!"
  • "Awesome use of differentiating the number of the day. Covers a variety of skills which is perfect for new or review of concepts."
  • "Great for morning work!"
  • "Easy peasey and a great resource!"

Skills practiced in this NO PREP resource:

  • Number writing (formation)
  • Place value
  • Writing expanded form
  • Writing standard form
  • Ten more, ten less
  • Money
  • Telling time (to o'clock)
  • Number before, number after
  • Tally marks
  • Date writing - short and long forms
  • 10 frames
  • Skip counting by 2's

Use these easy-to-use sheets:

  • For Daily Math Warm-up
  • Homework
  • As part of your Number of the Day activities
  • For your distance learning
  • For review
  • For your intervention groups

At the beginning of the school year, our students come to us at all different levels. Because of this, I started out with numbers 1-20 for August/September. Each month's learning objectives build on one another.

Anyone can memorize what a number’s name is (symbol), but that does not mean that you know what it means. There is no meaning in the symbol. However, if you understand what the symbol (number) MEANS, eventually the symbol (the name) stands for all you know about that symbol.

Other Number of the Day Months and Money-Saving Bundle for the Year:

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First Grade Math Number of the Day Common Core October NO PREP JUST PRINT

First Grade Math Number of the Day Common Core November NO PREP JUST PRINT

First Grade Math Number of the Day Common Core and TEKS December NO PREP JUST PRINT

First Grade Math Number of the Day | Common Core and TEKS January NO PREP JUST PRINT

First Grade Math Number of the Day Common Core February NO PREP JUST PRINT

First Grade Math Number of the Day Common Core March NO PREP JUST PRINT

First Grade Math Number of the Day April No Prep Just Print

First Grade Math Number of the Day Common Core May NO PREP JUST PRINT

First Grade Math Number of the Day Activities June Common Core and TEKS


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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Tell and write time in hours and half-hours using analog and digital clocks.
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.
Understand that the two digits of a two-digit number represent amounts of tens and ones. Understand the following as special cases:
10 can be thought of as a bundle of ten ones - called a “ten.”
The numbers from 11 to 19 are composed of a ten and one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, or nine ones.


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