Basic math review sheets to help students master first grade skills.
Skills including.... math fact strategies, missing addends/minuends, graphing, tally marks, number line, two digit addition, base ten addition and subtraction
Sometimes it is hard to find exactly what I am looking for when I am teaching. No one knows your students better than you do. I hope you enjoy teaching your students number patterns and skip counting using this fun filled matching activity.
Basic math review sheets to help students master first grade skills. This is a second set of math sheets
Skills including.... math facts, missing addends/minuends, graphing, tally marks, number line, two digit addition, base ten addition and
The new common core standards calls for students to dig deeper into literature and explain the elements in a story. In this packet you will find 5 anchor charts using pictures from the story of Jack and Beanstalk. Each anchor chart has a description
Directions: Roll two dice and create a two digit number. Roll one dice and write the value in multiples of 10. Subtract. If you cannot subtract, you lose a turn. The first player to complete 5 problems wins. (1NTB6)
Laminate the provided game
Perspective is everything!
Teach students about point-of-view. Included is a recording sheet, reflections page, letter writing template and a beanstalk craftivity.
Common Core Standards
RL1.1 Ask and answer key questions in a text.
Students will have fun playing any of these file folder games (or game boards)
CK digraph bump- spin the spinner, and cover up a word in the same word family
CK tic tac toe- draw a card, read the word, place on the tic tac toe board
Help the ant find where the number goes on the number line. Tape a piece of string to an ant pointer and to the number line. When your teacher says a number, use your pointer to point to where the number goes!
For a fun twist, play as a class.
One to one correspondence can be a difficult skill for some students to obtain. This resource can be used scaffold learning for students to count and then match the number to the amount of objects.This activity can be used whole group, small group,
Using the picture book "Write Back" by Jennifer E Morris, student respond to the book writing their own letter to a family member.
*Included is a letter writing template.... feel free to use one your
students are used to.
Let's go for a picnic!
Roll the dice and either add or subtract the numbers. Cover up the number on your board that matches the sum or difference of your dice. The winner is the first person to cover up their entire board.
** Simply print,
I always love a good set of number cards. They can be used for so many things. My students enjoy using these cards to play math war. It is played like you would with a traditional deck of cards. The only difference is these are two digit numbers.
Four in a Row
1. Find a partner
2. Spin the spinner
3. Read the word
4. Cover up the matching word on the board
5. If you spin the picture you lose a turn.
6. Be the first to get four in a row
Each set of words is from the Dolch List
This craftivity was created for use with Pirate Pete's Giant Adventure written by Kim Kennedy
Common Core Standards
RL1.2 Retell stories, including key details
W1.3 Write narratives in which they recount two or more appropriately sequenced
Your students will enjoy this fun spring themed place value craft. Review place value with your first grade students and then allow them to create the craft.
Aligns to the Common Core 1NBT2 for first grade.
Using a spinner, students spin the spinner and then apply the math fact strategy. If you are playing doubles plus 1 and a student spins a 5, the student says 5 plus 5 is 10 plus one is 6. Get them used to using the strategy. Students take turns.