# 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 Money Worksheets

Examine the obverse and reverse of each coin to learn its name and identifying features.

Matching Coins with Their Names

Study the obverse, reverse, or both sides of U.S. coins to recognize and match each one with its correct name.

Snip out the coins and glue them from lowest to highest value in part A. In part B, do the opposite by arranging them from highest to lowest value.

Determine the number of pennies in each set and write down the total value in cents.

Calculate the total number of nickels in each collection and record their combined value in cents.

Each dime is worth 10 cents. Skip count by 10s while you count dimes, and write the total value in cents.

Count the coins of various denominations in each coin purse and compare their values using symbols.

How Much Should I Pay? | Cents

Record the price of each item from the list, then sum up the amounts to find the total cost of each bill.

Counting Pennies, Nickels, and Dimes up to $1

Add up the total value by counting different combinations of pennies, nickels, and dimes.

Counting and Writing the Number of U.S. Coins

Recognize the pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters, then count and record the quantity of each type found in the coin purse.

Subtracting Money with Real-Life Scenarios | Whole Dollar Amounts

Solve subtraction problems involving money in real-life scenarios, working with whole dollar amounts to practice budgeting and making change.

Explore U.S. bills of different denominations, diving into their names, values, and unique features.