Your child or students should begin or continue to learn about coins and their value.This is a great time to play store with real money and encourage recognition, counting, and addition of pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters.Count and Connect - Students will count by 1, 2, 3, 5, or 10 to connect the dots.
Larger and Smaller Numbers Worksheet 3 - Identify the larger or smaller numbers from 0-99.
More or Less Than 40 - Comparing two-digit numbers to 99 and identifying numbers that are more or less than 40.
Comparing Numbers to 50 Worksheet 12 - Comparing numbers to 50 drill sheet.
Comparing Numbers to 50 Worksheet 11 - This worksheet shows students how to compare numbers and provides practice comparing numbers and addition problems.
More or Less Than 80 - Students will compare numbers and color a picture revealing the number 80.
Comparing Numbers to 100 - Two worksheets provide students with practice comparing numbers to 100.Add 10 and subtract 10 from any two-digit number up to 100.Use concrete models or drawings to show the place values and explain the thinking involved.Represent the quantities of objects in as many as three categories, using drawings or charts.First grade is an extremely important year in the mathematical development of your child.Count and Color Series II, Worksheets 5-6 - Students will color up to eighteen items from each box to reflect the numeral shown.Missing Numbers Worksheets 1 and 2 - Students will fill in the missing numbers from 1-20.Understand addition as “putting together” and “adding to.” Understand subtraction as “taking apart” and “taking away from.” Understand comparing situations.Solve all of these situations with any of the three quantities as the unknown number.By the end of this year they should have the ability to skip count past 100, read and write numbers to 100 (or preferably to 1,000), and represent a number of objects with a written numeral.First graders should continue working with patterns in an effort to improve problem solving skills.