Teaching first grade math doesn't have to be boring. These first grade math resources offer kids real-world examples, interactive games, and engaging printable materials to help them practice key math skills. Our "Bubble Buster" game works addition skills to 10 while our "Learn the Coins" worksheet provides targeted first grade math help. For even more help with money and addition, browse our second grade math resources.
Resources You Can Count On: First Grade Math
There are almost 2000 first grade math resources stocked in the Learning Library. The variety of comprehensive lesson plans, energizing games, and refreshing takes on traditional worksheets provide learning mechanisms for different types of learners.
The first grade math curriculum covers a lot of foundational ground. Students learn how to navigate monthly calendars, how to count to 100 as well as single-digit addition and subtraction. Other lessons include less than and greater than instructions and tips on how to tell time.
Teachers and parents can select from a variety of professionally designed lesson plans that give explicit guidelines so students will seamlessly comprehend the instruction. The popular Basic Subtraction with Marshmallows lesson is highly-rated and first graders appreciate the sweet treat for their hard work. Another lesson plan utilizes the popular card game War so students learn to compare numbers quickly.
In addition, visual-heavy guided lessons and interactive stories on basic addition, subtraction, geometry and others will have kids learning on their own with the help of alluring illustrations.
The abundance and diversity of resources ensure first-graders of all levels build on the mathematical basics with ease.