# 1st Grade Math Worksheets

Explore our 1st-grade math worksheets with answer keys and exercises for kids to enhance their skills in extending forward and backward number sequences, solving addition and subtraction problems within 20, understanding place value and ordinal number systems, measuring objects with standard and non-standard tools, identifying and completing patterns, comparing sizes, telling time in different intervals, counting money, interpreting data from pictographs, tally charts, and bar graphs, and recognizing attributes of 2D shapes in geometry. Our free worksheets are beginner-friendly and a must-try!

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## Explore First Grade Counting Worksheets

Carefully count each object up to the specified number, circling them one by one until you reach the indicated count.

Circling the Group with the Most or Fewest Objects

Count the number of objects in each group. Circle the group with the most or fewest objects, as instructed in each question.

Skip count by 2s, 5s, or 10s to find the total, shade the correct option, and then identify the pattern to complete the sequence.

Completing Patterns and Number Lines

Climb the ladders by writing consecutive numbers on the rungs in the first part, then complete the number lines by counting forward by 1s.

Skip Count by Twos to Complete the Path

Start at 2 and count by 2s as you follow the path through the amusement park, filling in the missing numbers along the way.

Counting Objects and Filling Missing Numbers | Skip by 5s

Count the items in groups of 5 and write the total in the blanks provided. Then, complete the missing numbers in this two-part exercise.

Skip Count by 10s to Complete the Path

Begin at 10 and skip count by 10s, filling in the missing numbers as you follow the path through the amusement park.

Read each question carefully, skip count to determine the total value of the coins, and choose the correct answer.

2-Digit Numbers Shown by Base Ten Blocks

Count the rods and units in each group, then write the corresponding number below. Each rod equals 10, and each unit equals 1.

Counting Backward by 1s within 20

Count backward, starting from number within 20, to complete patterns, fill in boxes, and choose the correct answers.

Counting Backward by 2s | Basic

Count backward by 2s, starting from the given number, and fill in the missing numbers.

Counting Backward by 5s | Basic

Start with the given number and subtract 5 repeatedly to count backward by 5s and find the missing numbers in the sequence.

Counting Backward by 10s | Basic

Count backwards, starting from the given number, subtracting 10 each time. Fill in the empty spaces with the correct numbers.

Write the number that is one more or one less than each given number in the first two sections, then complete the numbers on the railroad cars.

Answer two questions for each illustration: first, estimate the number of real-life objects, then count them to verify your estimate.