This includes 10 activities/games that align to the First Grade Common Core Math Standards. There is a variety of independent and group activities that will keep your students engaged! All activities have the standard that is met included on the direction page. Most games have variations for difficulty.
-Tens and Ones Match-3 sets of Memory games where students will match the tens and ones to the number it makes. (1-Tens only; 2-numbers to 50; 3-numbers above 50)
-Place Value Race to 100-Game mats included; students will roll dice to continue to build their number with their base ten blocks. First one to 100 wins! (Variation to this-an additional recording sheet---100s chart---for students to color the number they make each time; There is also a 120 chart to have students race to 120)
-Place Value 10 More or Less Match--3 versions of Memory/concentration where students will match numbers that are 10 more or less than the other (match would be 20 and 30; or 20 and 10; Version 1-tens only; 2-numbers to 50; 3-numbers above 50)
-Place Value Spin-Students will spin to find out how many tens and how many ones their number will have. This can be done with dice, premade bags or by having kids grab some blocks. I included 3 different recording sheets to match the game that you might use. A second sheet for each is added to have kids record the least and greatest number recorded on the page.
-Place Value 10 More or Less Spin-Students will spin to make a number and then spin again to find out if they will add 10 more or subtract 10.
-Place Value 10 more spin-students will spin to make a number and then spin again to add more tens.
-Place Value 10 Less spin-students will spin to make a number and then spin again to subtract tens.
1. Sorting numbers that have either the ten or one circled into tens or ones. This is a cut and paste activity. I created 2 different ones for practice
2. Tens and Ones Equalizer-students will cut and paste 2 groups of tens and ones that equal each other. There are 4 different worksheets for this.
3. Tens and Ones True or False Sort-students will cut, sort and paste the tens and ones (that have a number marked in the box as well) whether or not the number matches the tens and ones or not. There are 2 different worksheets for this.
Many of these games would also fit into math tubs for review or even to have on hand to have students play when they finish their math work.
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