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.
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.
Organize objects into as many as three categories (by shape, color, size, etc.).
Ask and answer questions about the number of objects in different categories.
- Students will practice identifying the first, second, third, and fourth items on these four worksheets.
Six Birds - Students must follow directions and understand the position of first, last, and second-fifth when they color the birds.
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.