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Cut This Calendar!

First grade math includes lots of work with two-digit numbers. Here is a great activity for early in the year, to practice recognizing and sequencing numbers from 1-30.

Weave Paper Thanksgiving Placemats

Let your first grader contribute to your Thanksgiving table with this fun paper weaving activity...while extending handwriting and math skills at the same time!

Save the Fingerlings

Sneak a little addition and counting practice with this creative game in which your kid will try to keep his fingerlings out of the whirlpool!

Don't Get Mad, Get Even

Memorizing addition facts is important for any first grader and teaching your child this fun card game will give you a way to squeeze in a little extra practice. All you need is a deck of cards, and you're ready to get started!

Exercise...with Dice!

Exercising with dice is the perfect way to keep your family active! Using jumbo dice printed with different exercises on each side, you can skip, jump, and run your way to physical fitness! It's a great game to play as a family or at your next party.

Get Loopy! Make a 100th Day Necklace

Show your child how to count to 100 by tens, and he'll get an adorable cheerio necklace in the process!

Sum It Up

Use your number sense to complete this activity. Draw from a deck of cards to determine your number and then create an addition problem with that sum.

Play Snakes and Dots

Practice problem solving skills with your kindergarten or first grade student in this simple two-player game.

How to Make a Paper Snowflake

Snowflakes offer endless delight for curious little kids. If you live in Maine or Wyoming, your first grader can step outside in December to collect the real thing; but if you live in warmer climes, no worries! You can make your own.

Around the House

A strong knowledge of addition facts is essential for every first grade student. Create a fun board game at home in order to review this important skill! You will need two dice, a game board print out, and place markers in order to play.

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