Help your students understand two-digit numbers and what they represent! Print and laminate a set of the Place Value Mat: Two-Digit Numbers to support young math learners as they develop a stronger number sense!
Understanding place value is fundamental to developing and mastering number sense skills. Use this assessment activity to evaluate how your first graders are coming along in their understanding of place value using tens and ones.
Use these digit cards to practice number recognition or basic facts. Or take the learning up a notch by using the cards to teach place value as students build two-digit numbers to play the Hungry Alligator game!
Counting practice doesn't stop after Kindergarten: first graders have to count to 20 and beyond. Master numbers to 20 with our first grade counting worksheets.Help your child with more important skills by checking out other first grade worksheets.
Counting Practice for First Grade
Use these counting worksheets for first grade to help your child build fundamental number skills. Boost your child's one to one correspondence and cardinality recognition by using additional activities.
When you're reading books, ask your child to count how many characters are on the page.
Before eating, have him count the number of forks and spoons on the table.
When you're at the grocery store, have him put food items in the cart one by one, counting as he puts them inside.