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Grade 1 Math Worksheets

Our grade 1 math worksheets are aligned directly with the Core Curriculum Standards for Grade 1. Each standard is throughly covered. These areas in home sheets, practice worksheets, and quizzes. We also we add extra materials that are out of the scope of the standards that we find on all other testing for this grade level. Some extras would include our Grade 1 Math Posters. These math worksheets are tailored to grade 1 students at both math and reading levels. Also make sure to visit our Grade 1 Math Tests to gauge your level of achievement with this grade level.

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What Do Grade1 Math Students Learn In Class?

Grade 1 students are all about expanding their skills, which they have learned in kindergarten and preschool. The first-grade curriculum pays major emphasis on building the foundation of mathematics. Some of the things they learn in first-grade maths class are: - Counting to 100 into small number groups such as 2s, 5s, and 10s. It helps their learning towards recognizing and writing numbers to 100. - They learn the concept of "greater than" or "equal to" as well the basic mathematical operations such as addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication. - They learn the use of symbols while using basic math operations such as "+," "-," "=," <," ">." - Adding numbers all the way up to 100 in their head. - Learning to do simple subtraction. - Working addition and subtraction using coins. - Learning to identify simple patterns. - Learning basic measurement units such as length, weight, height. - Understanding and doing simple fractions (1/2, 1/3, 1/4). - Learning to tell time on an analog clock and learning different terms for telling time.

One thing to keep in mind when taking in the concepts behind a math curriculum is that it follows a spiral curriculum. What that means is that year after year we spiral around and build on old knowledge. So in grade 1 you are building on skills that you initially learned in kindergarten. When you reach grade 2, you will build on the skills that you learned in grade 1. This means that if we do not quite master something, we will see it again. This gives us the chance to get it right this time. But it also indicates that if you have bad habits and do not fix them, they will be a problem in the future for you.