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First Grade Math Number Sense WorksheetsList of all concepts available under this subject are listed below. Worksheets are organized under various concepts within the subject. Click on concept to see the list of all worksheets available for that concept.
- Missing Numbers: Counting to 100
Help your child practice his math skills with this printable worksheet, which will help him count up to 100.
- Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To
Did you know that alligators like to eat bigger numbers? Help your mini math star master his 'greater than' (>) and 'less than' (<) signs.
- Connect the Dots: Lion
Challenge your first grader by having her connect the dots from 1 to 50 to complete the picture of the friendly lion.
- Tens and Ones
Boost your first grader's number sense with a lesson in place value up to the tens place.
- Learn the Coins: The Penny
On this penny printable, kids practice tracing letters, counting coins, and they even get to do some fun coloring, too.
- Number Order: Least to Greatest
This number sequencing worksheet asks kids to arrange the numbers from least to greatest.
- Counting Tens and Ones
Who says learning place value has to be hard? This counting worksheet makes it as easy as 1-2-3!
- Expanded Form: Double Digits
This expanded form worksheet gets your child to break down numbers by ones and tens. This expanded form worksheet is an easy introduction to place value.
- Color By Number: Sand Castle
Expose the sand castle by completing the color by number worksheet. Don't forget to color in the sand castle!
- Hundreds Chart Challenge
Has your little math whiz mastered the hundreds chart? Give him a fun challenge with these fill-in-the blank pieces of the chart.
- Skip Counting Chart
Use this number chart to help your child find patterns in numbers. This will help her take that first step into skip counting.
- Writing Numbers 11-20
Invite your first grader to enter the world of the teen numbers as she starts writing 11-20. Practice tracing the name of each number before writing it.
- Count and Add Blocks
This worksheet takes your child a step farther than one-digit addition. As he completes the page, he'll learn to add a two-digit number to a one-digit number.
- Count Down: Practice Counting Backward #1
Most kids are good at counting forward, but counting backward is a different ball game. Practice counting down by filling in the blanks with the right numbers.
- Snow Fun
Searching for a worksheet that will give your kid help with common math concepts? This counting worksheet is full of snow fun!
- Quincy's Place Value
For each two-digit number on this first grade math worksheet, kids determine the place value of each digit, then write each digit in the tens or ones column.
- Connect the Dots: T-Rex
Complete the picture of the toothy T-Rex and practice your counting skills by connecting the dots from 1-45.
- Ordinal Numbers
First, second, third, or fourth? Find the ordinal number shown by the shaded picture.
- Count by Fives
Kids count by fives to 100 on this first grade math worksheet. Skip counting by fives is one way children can demonstrate the meaning of addition.
- Before, After, and Between Numbers
Looking for a worksheet to help your child with his math skills? This printable is all about counting.
- Place Value Test
Get back on track with this place value test focusing on the tens and ones place.
- Missing Numbers: Counting by Fives
Does your child need practice with his math skills? This printable worksheet, which will help him count up to 100, will give him practice counting by 5's.
- Number Order: What Comes Between?
Your kid is bound to have a blast solving these number sequencing riddles.
- Counting Dimes
Kids learn the appearance and value of dimes, count dimes, and write the number of cents for the dimes on this first grade math worksheet.