 Through our 1st grade math worksheets, students start by learning numbers 1 to 12. They compare and order these numbers before moving onto addition and subtraction. Similarly, the students will also learn basic concepts of geometry, including plane and solid figures. The students will then learn to count up to 100 and study number patterns. They are introduced to relationships between fives and tens, and tens and ones. They will be able to recognize and count money. The basic concepts of measurement and time help the students in their daily life. Using our 1st grade math worksheets, students will also learn to solve the problems of addition and subtraction facts up to 18. Data, graphs and fraction identification will also be an essential part of the curriculum. After every 4 lessons, the students will get one revision worksheet, and at the end they will review lesson 1 to 14 and lesson 15 to 27. These revisions will help them to remember the entire course. The Math Challenges sections are reserved for high-achieving students.

Lesson 1: Numbers Exploration to 12

Unit 1.1 Facts from 0 to 5

Unit 1.2 Facts from 6 to 10

Unit 1.3 Facts of 10, 11, and 12

Unit 1.4 Identify Patterns for Numbers to 9

Unit 1.5 Count Objects

Unit 1.6 Learning Number Names

Unit 1.7 Using Objects in Problem Solving

Unit 1.8 Math Challenges

Lesson 2: Number Comparing and Ordering

2.1 Two Number Comparisons

2.2 Three Number Comparisons

2.3 Ordering 0 to 6

2.4 Ordering 7 to 12

2.5 Ordering Numbers Using a Number Line

2.6 Problem Solving

2.7 Math Challenges

Lesson 3: Addition Exploration Part I

3.6 Math Challenges

Lesson 4: Addition Exploration Part II

4.1 Addition using a number line

4.5 Using Objects in Problem Solving

4.6 Math Challenges

Lesson 5: Subtraction Exploration Part I

5.1 Subtraction Using Objects

5.2 Missing Parts of 6

5.3 Missing Parts of 7

5.4 Missing Parts of 8

5.5 Missing Parts of 9

5.6 Math Challenges

Lesson 6: Subtraction Exploration Part II

6.1 Subtraction Using a Number Line

6.2 Subtraction Using Number Sentences

6.3 Stories about Separation in Subtraction

6.4 Comparing Using Subtraction

6.6 Using Objects in Problem Solving

6.7 Math Challenges

Lesson 7: Introducing Five and Ten Relationships

7.1 Number Representation in Ten-Frames

7.2 Using Ten-Frame Representation

7.3 Understanding Parts of 10

7.4 Missing Parts of 10

7.5 Problem Solving Using Tables

7.6 Math Challenges

Lesson 8: Learning Addition Facts up to 12

8.1 Addition with 0, 1, 2

8.2 Finding Doubles

8.3 Finding near Doubles

8.5 Making 10 on a Ten-Frame

8.6 Solving Problems

8.7 Math Challenges

Lesson 9: Learning Subtraction Facts up to 12

9.1 Using Subtraction with 0, 1, and 2

9.3 Subtraction Thinking Addition to Subtract to 8

9.4 Subtracting: Thinking Addition to 12 with Subtraction

9.5 Problem Solving Using Pictures

9.6 Math Challenges

Lesson 10: Introduction to Geometry Part I

10.1 Identifying the Plane Shapes

10.2 Properties of Plane Shapes in Geometry

10.3 Making New Shapes

10.4 Breaking Apart Shapes

10.5 Move Shapes

10.6 Congruence

10.7 Symmetry

10.8 Math Challenges

Lesson 11: Introduction to Geometry Part II

11.1 Using an Organized List to Solve Problem

11.2 Geometric Identification of Solid Figures

11.3 Flat Surfaces and Vertices

11.4 Count Edges and Faces

11.5 Count Vertices and Sides

11.6 Recognize same and different shapes

11.7 Sorting Solid Figures in Geometry

11.8 Math Challenges

Lesson 12: Understanding Patterns

12.1 Pattern

12.2 Describing Patterns

12.3 Number Patterns

12.4 Geometric Patterns

12.5 Using Patterns to Predict

12.6 Extending Shape Patterns

12.7 Finding Patterns in Problem Solving

12.8 Math Challenges

Lesson 13: Exploring Number Patterns and Counting to 100 Part I

13.1 Numbers: 11 to 14

13.2 Numbers: 15 to 17

13.3 Numbers: 18 to 20

13.4 Making Number 11 to 20 Part I

13.5 Making Number 11 to 20 Part II

13.6 Skip Count by Ten

13.7 Math Challenges

Lesson 14: Exploring Number Patterns and Counting to 100 Part II

14.1 Counting on a Chart

14.2 Skip Counting

14.3 Odd and Even Number

14.4 Ordinal Numbers

14.5 Number Patterns in Tables

14.6 Patterns in Problem Solving

14.7 Math Challenges

Lesson 15: Understanding Tens and Ones

15.1 Counting Groups of 10 and Remainders

15.2 Rounding Number to the Nearest Ten

15.3 Numbers Composed of Tens Part I

15.4 Numbers Composed of Tens Part II

15.5 Tens and Ones

15.6 Expanded form of Number

15.7 Different Ways of Making Numbers

15.8 Problem Solving

15.9 Math Challenges

Lesson 16: Number Comparison and Ordering to 100

16.1 Using 1 More, 1 Less, 10 More, 10 Less

16.2 How to Make Numbers on a Hundred Chart

16.3 Number Comparison with ‘>’, ‘<‘, or ‘=’

16.4 Number Ordering with a Hundred Chart

16.5 Estimating Using a Number Line

16.6 Learning Before, After, and Between

16.7 Three Numbers Ordering

16.8 Making an Organized List

16.9 Math Challenges

Lesson 17: Introduction to Money Counting

17.1 Identify Penny, Nickel, Dime, and Quarter

17.2 Learning Penny and Nickel Values

17.3 Penny, Nickel, and Dime Values

17.4 Quarter Values

17.5 Half Dollar and Dollar Values

17.6 Math Challenges

Lesson 18: Counting Money

18.1 Counting Set of Coins

18.2 Equivalents Set of different coins

18.3 Least Number of Coins to Make Equivalent Amounts

18.5 Problem Solving

18.6 Math Challenges

Lesson 19: Measurement Concepts Part I

19.1 Length

19.2 Estimating and Measuring Length

19.3 Problems Solving

19.4 Inches and Feet

19.5 Centimeter and Meters

19.6 Perimeters

19.7 Comparing by Capacity

19.8 Math Challenges

Lesson 20: Measurement Concepts Part II

20.1 Measuring Cups, Pints, and Quarts

20.2 Measuring Liters

20.3 Measuring, Comparing, and Ordering Weight

20.4 Measuring Pounds

20.5 Measuring Grams and Kilograms

20.6 Temperature Ordering and Comparing

20.7 Read a Thermometer Using ° F and ° C

20.8 Math Challenges

Lesson 21: How to Tell Time Part I

21.1 Understanding the Hour and Minute Hands

21.2 How to Tell and Write Time to the Hour

21.3 How to Tell and Write Time to the Half-Hour

21.4 Estimating and Ordering Lengths of Time

21.5 Recognize A.M. and P.M.

21.6 Math Challenges

Lesson 22: How to Tell Time Part II

22.1 Hours and Minutes Relationship

22.2 Using Table Data to Solve Problem

22.3 Understanding Days and Weeks

22.4 Understanding the Calendar

22.5 Math Challenges

Lesson 23: Introducing Addition Facts to 18

23.1 Computing Doubles

23.2 Computing Doubles and 1 more

23.3 Computing Doubles and 2 more

23.4 Problem Solving

23.6 More on Addition Using a Ten-Frame

23.7 Addition When First Number are Missing

23.9 Making Tables in Problem Solving

23.10 Math Challenges

Lesson 24: Introducing Subtraction Facts to 18

24.1 Addition and Subtraction Facts Family Part I

24.2 Addition and Subtraction Facts Family Part II

24.3 Using Addition Facts to Subtract

24.4 Subtraction Fact Families

24.5 Subtraction When First Numbers are Missing

24.6 Problem Solving

24.7 Math Challenges

Lesson 25: Data and Graphs Exploration

25.1 Understanding Data and Graphs

25.2 Pictures Graphs

25.3 Bar Graphs

25.4 Location

25.5 Counting Data Using Tally Marks

25.6 Drawing Picture Graphs

25.7 Making Graphs in Problem Solving

25.8 Math Challenges

Lesson 26: Identifying Fractions

26.1 Equal and Unequal Parts

26.2 Fractions

26.3 Making Parts of a Set

26.4 Describing Parts of Set

26.5 Problem Solving

26.6 Math Challenges

Lesson 27: Addition and Subtraction Using Tens and Ones

27.1 Addition of Groups of Tens

27.2 Using a Hundred Chart to Add Tens

27.3 Computing Two Numbers by Adding Tens