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How Long Is Rapunzel's Hair?

Rapunzel is famous for her never-ending hair! Your child can practice basic measurements with a ruler by measuring how far down the tower her hair goes.

Ice Cream Measuring Activity

Partake in this ice cream measuring activity by finding the height of each ice cream cone. Simply count the number of scoops per cone to find the answers!

Measure Up!

From reading a ruler to estimating weight, this worksheet is packed with measurement exercises to help first graders review.

Measure a Fish: Centimeters & Inches

Challenge your first grader to estimate each fish's length before he measures.

Measure a Sneaker: Centimeters

Practice measuring centimeters with your first grader as you find the length of each shoe.

Estimating Weight

Help your child practice his skills in estimation with this printable worksheet, which asks him to guess the weight of different objects.

Measuring School Supplies: Centimeters

Introduce your first grader to centimeters by helping her measure some familiar things: school supplies!

Measure and Compare!

Review some of the measurement concepts you've learned with this worksheet that will keep you measuring and help you build your comparison skills.

How Much is One Liter?

Practice measuring concepts and work on building your comparison skills with this fun worksheet that's all about liters!

Measurement Practice: Centimeters

Get some sensational measurement practice with this centimeter worksheet.

How Long?

Try measuring with paper clips to find out how long the pictured objects are. This worksheet is great for measurement practice and building counting skills too.

Which is Longer?

Which is longer: a hockey puck or a pair of scissors? In this worksheet, kids get a math boost as they put groups of things in order from shortest to longest.

Measurements of Length

Is a flamingo taller than a duck? In this worksheet, kids put each group of things in order from shortest to tallest.

Measurement: Length in Centimeters

First graders practice measurement in centimeters as they measure ribbons long and short.

Which is Heavier?

Give your child's logical reasoning skills a boost with this worksheet that asks him to put each group in order from lightest to heaviest.

Estimating Volume

Help your child practice his skills with volume with this printable worksheet, which asks him to estimate how much liquid things can hold.

Estimating Length

Help your child practice his skills in estimation with this printable worksheet, which asks him to assess the length of household objects.

Heavy or Light: Measuring Weight

Help your child practice his skills with measurements with this printable worksheet, which is all about weight.

Number Factory #19

Before these numbers get shipped off they need to be put in order! Some numbers need to be placed in order, and others are missing part of their pattern.

Number Factory #18

The Number Factory needs some help putting things back in order. Your kid will order numbers from greatest to smallest or smallest to greatest in our worksheet.

Number Factory #17

This number factory is getting out of order, can your child help? Put random numbers back in the right order, and he can even practice a bit of skip counting!

Number Factory #16

The Number Factory is turning out numbers quickly, but it needs your child's help. Your child will put numbers in order from least to greatest and more.

Number Factory #15

These numbered boxes need to be sorted! Can your child help? He'll practice putting numbers in order from least to greatest.

Number Factory #14

Here's a factory that can help your child improve his number sense! Enjoy a day at the Number Factory, where he can put numbers in the right order.

Number Factory #13

It's your child's first day at the Number Factory, and they need his help. Encourage your child to order numbers from least to greatest or vice versa.

Number Factory #12

This number factory is getting out of order, can your child help? Hell put random numbers back in the right order.

Number Factory #11

Your child is an employee at the Number Factory, and it's up to him to put the numbers in order. Have your kid arrange numbers from greatest to least and more.

Number Factory #9

The Number Factory needs some organization help from your child. Your kid will arrange the numbers at the factory from greatest to smallest or vice versa.

Number Factory #8

Help the Number Factory get its boxes back in the right order! This fun activity will help your child practice counting and putting numbers in order.

Number Factory #7

This number factory is getting out of order, can your child help? He'll put random numbers back in the right order.

Number Factory #6

Business is booming at the Number Factory! It's time for your first grader to go to work putting numbers in order in all kinds of ways.

Number Factory #5

The Number Factory has an order to get out, but the boxes are in the wrong order. Your child can help by sorting the numbers from greatest to least and more.

Number Factory #4

Here's a factory that can help your child improve his number sense! Enjoy a day at the Number Factory, where he'll put numbers in the right order.

Number Factory #3

Help the Number Factory get its boxes back in the right order! This fun activity will help your child practice counting.

Number Factory #2

This number factory is getting out of order, can your child help? He'll put random numbers back in the right order, and practice skip counting.

Number Sense Test

Business is booming at the Number Factory! Its time for your first grader to go to work putting numbers in order in all kinds of ways.

Practice Test: Easy Number Patterns

Help your first grader review past math concepts with this quiz that asks her to complete a series of number patterns.

Number Patterns: Find the Pattern

Sharpen your first grader's number sense with an exercise in recognizing number patterns.

Number Factory #20

These numbered boxes need to be sorted! Can your child help? He'll practice putting numbers in order and learn to find patterns.

Skip Counting: Count by Tens!

Help your child count the piles of candy and learn to skip count by 10's.

Skip Counting by Fives

Practice skip counting with this worksheet focuses on fives.

Skip Counting: Count by Twos!

As your kid counts these groups of shoes by twos, she'll get a better handle on number sequence, too.

Number Order: Least to Greatest

This number sequencing worksheet asks kids to arrange the numbers from least to greatest.

Number Order: What Comes Between?

Your kid is bound to have a blast solving these number sequencing riddles.

Number Order

Encourage your kid to solve these number sequencing riddles by figuring out which number comes before and after.

Number Factory #10

The Number Factory needs your child's help. Have your child sort numbers from least to greatest or vice versa, and fill in missing numbers from patterns.

Number Patterns: Fill In the Number

Help your first grader build her number sense with this worksheet featuring number patterns by 2, 5, and 10.

Number Order: What Comes After?

How well does your kid know number order? Test his skills with this number sequencing worksheet.

Pattern Practice Problems

This math worksheet offers a triple learning whammy: kids practice completing patterns and solving word problems as they sharpen their reading comprehension.

Review Number Order

How well does your kid know number order? Test his skills with this fun review sheet.

Odd Numbers: 1-71

In this 1st grade math worksheet, your child will practice writing odd numbers and counting by 2 from 1 to 71 as she writes the missing numbers in the spaces.

Even Numbers: 30-90

In this 1st grade math worksheet, your child will practice writing even numbers and counting by 2 from 30 to 90 as she writes the missing numbers in the spaces.

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