1st Grade Math

Welcome to 1st Grade Math, Here is a basic list of topics and subtopics that are usually covered in 1st grade. I highly suggest you use games and play to instill the learning. I’ve added a printable as well to help.

Counting and number patterns

Counting review – up to 10

Count to fill a ten frame

Counting review – up to 20

Counting tens and ones – up to 30

Count on ten frames – up to 40

Counting by tens – up to 100

Counting – up to 100

Counting tens and ones – up to 99

Counting by twos, fives and tens with pictures

Counting by twos, fives and tens

Counting forward and backward

Number lines

Counting on the hundred chart

Hundred chart

Even or odd

Identify numbers as even or odd

Even or odd numbers on number lines

Which even or odd number comes before or after?

Skip-counting patterns – with tables

Sequences – count up and down by 1, 2, 3, 5 and 10

Ordinal numbers

Writing numbers in words

Roman numerals I, V, X

Understand addition

Add with pictures – sums up to 10

Addition sentences – sums up to 10

Addition sentences using number lines – sums up to 10

Adding zero

Addition skill builders

Adding 1

Adding 2

Adding 3

Adding 4

Adding 5

Adding 6

Adding 7

Adding 9

Adding 8

Adding 0

Addition

Addition facts – sums up to 10

Ways to make a number – addition sentences

Make a number using addition – sums up to 10

Complete the addition sentence – sums up to 10

Addition word problems – sums up to 10

Addition sentences for word problems – sums up to 10

Addition facts – sums up to 18

Addition sentences using number lines – sums up to 18

Addition word problems – sums up to 18

Addition sentences for word problems – sums up to 18

Addition facts – sums up to 20

Make a number using addition – sums up to 20

Addition sentences for word problems – sums up to 20

Related addition facts

Addition sentences: true or false?

Add a one-digit number to a two-digit number – without regrouping

Add a one-digit number to a two-digit number – with regrouping

Addition strategies

Add doubles

Add using doubles plus one

Add using doubles minus one

Add three numbers – use doubles

Complete the addition sentence – make ten

Add three numbers – make ten

Add two multiples of ten

Add a multiple of ten

Add three numbers

Add three numbers – word problems

Understand subtraction

Subtract with pictures – numbers up to 10

Subtraction sentences – numbers up to 10

Subtraction sentences using number lines – numbers up to 10

Subtract zero and all

Subtraction skill builders

Subtracting 1

Subtracting 2

Subtracting 3

Subtracting 4

Subtracting 5

Subtracting 6

Subtracting 7

Subtracting 8

Subtracting 9

Subtracting 0

Subtraction

Subtraction facts – numbers up to 10

Ways to make a number – subtraction sentences

Ways to subtract from a number – subtraction sentences

Make a number using subtraction – numbers up to 10

Complete the subtraction sentence

Subtraction word problems – numbers up to 10

Subtraction sentences for word problems – numbers up to 10

Subtraction facts – numbers up to 18

Subtraction sentences using number lines – numbers up to 18

Subtraction word problems – numbers up to 18

Subtraction sentences for word problems – numbers up to 18

Make a number using subtraction – numbers up to 20

Related subtraction facts

Subtraction sentences: true or false?

Subtract a one-digit number from a two-digit number

Subtraction strategies

Relate addition and subtraction sentences

Subtract doubles

Subtract multiples of 10

Subtract a multiple of 10

Comparing

Comparing – review

Comparing numbers up to 10

Comparing numbers up to 100

Comparison word problems

Estimation

Estimate to the nearest ten

Fractions

Equal parts

Halves, thirds and fourths

Simple fractions: what fraction does the shape show?

Simple fractions: which shape matches the fraction?

Simple fractions: parts of a group

Fractions – word problems

Compare fractions

Two-dimensional shapes

Name the two-dimensional shape

Select two-dimensional shapes

Count sides and vertices

Compare sides and vertices

Open and closed shapes

Flip, turn and slide

Symmetry

Three-dimensional shapes

Two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes

Name the three-dimensional shape

Cubes and rectangular prisms

Select three-dimensional shapes

Count vertices, edges and faces

Compare vertices, edges and faces

Identify shapes traced from solids

Identify faces of three-dimensional shapes

Shapes of everyday objects

Spatial sense

Above and below

Beside and next to

Left, middle and right

Top, middle and bottom

Location in a grid

Data and graphs

Which picture graph is correct?

Interpret picture graphs

Which tally chart is correct?

Interpret tally charts

Which table is correct?

Interpret data in tables

Interpret bar graphs

Which bar graph is correct?

Measurement

Long and short

Tall and short

Light and heavy

Holds more or less

Compare size, weight and capacity

Measure using objects

Read a thermometer

Measure using a centimetre ruler

Which metric unit of length is appropriate?

Metric units of length: word problems

Which metric unit of mass is appropriate?

Money

Coin values

Count nickels and dimes

Equivalent groups of coins

Exchanging coins

Compare money amounts

Purchases: do you have enough money?

Patterns

Colour patterns

Size patterns

Shape patterns

Find the next shape in a pattern

Complete a pattern

Make a pattern

Growing patterns

Find the next shape in a growing pattern

Find the next row in a growing pattern

Mixed operations

Addition and subtraction – ways to make a number

Which sign makes the number sentence true?

Fact families

Addition and subtraction facts – numbers up to 10

Addition and subtraction facts – numbers up to 18

Addition and subtraction word problems

Ten more or less

Add and subtract tens

Addition and subtraction terms

Probability and statistics

More, less and equally likely

Certain, probable, unlikely and impossible

Sorting, ordering and classifying

Sort shapes into a Venn diagram

Count shapes in a Venn diagram

Put numbers in order

Time

Match analogue clocks and times

Match digital clocks and times

Match analogue and digital clocks

Read clocks and write times

A.M. or P.M.

Times of everyday events

Compare clocks

Time and clocks: word problems

Seasons of the year

Days of the week

Months of the year

Read a calendar

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