1st Grade Math Worksheets

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

1st Grade Math Worksheets

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Make math fun and exciting for 1st graders with this cool math games - Mad Minutes.
Help 1st Grade kids practice math daily with this cool math games -  Mad Minutes! This FREE printable math worksheets for 1st grade will help kids to have fun practicing math.

We are always looking for fun ways for our kids to practice math. It is so important to not only higher math, but their lives that they get lots of practice. So we try to make it fun so they look forward to and enjoy practicing math.

Fun Ways to Practice Math Facts

We try to have Goofy practice his math facts several different says:

Math Worksheets for 1st Graders

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I remember doing Mad Minutes growing up.  I was pretty good at Math, and I loved the chance to challenge myself and show up my classmates (not nice I know ). Goofy is good at math, but he gets lazy doing the work. Making practicing his addition and subtraction a fun game seems do the trick. Mad minutes can be done timed (1 minute) or untimed.  These are great for adding some extra practice. You will find 26 worksheets for kids including:
  • basic addition  
  • 0-20 addition
  • basic subtraction
  • subtraction 0-20
  • combined subtraction & addition worksheets  
I highly recommend putting these math worksheets in page protectors or laminating to use over and over! (Note: I’ve noticed that off brand laminator sheets do not wipe clean as nicely. We will be sticking with the Scotch laminator sheets going forward!)  If you have older children, here are 2nd Grade Mad Minutes.

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    >> Download 1st Grade Mad Minutes here <<

    Advanced 1st Grade Math Mad Minute Add- On

    We are using Singapore Math 1A & 1B for Goofy’s 1st Grade. Singapore Math does go into multiplication during the last quarter of the year as well as complex addition/subtraction to 100. So I have included a 1st Grade Mad Minutes – ADD ON. I know that in many schools multiplication is not usually taught until 2nd or 3rd grade. So please do not feel bad if your child isn't ready for them yet. All kids develop at their own pace. You know your child’s skills and readiness better than others. It is for that reason I am ‘packaging’ them separately – I would hate to add to others anxiety =-) But if you are using Singapore like us, or have an advanced 1st Grader,  I wanted to let you know they are available!

    >> Advanced 1st Grade Mad Minutes – ADD ON <<


    1. Love this! My first grader is having so much trouble with math lately, and these will hopefully build his confidence up again. Thank you.

    2. Thank you. Your freebies are always sooooo helpful.

    3. Thank you for these. I have been looking for printable math. Now to find 2nd grade :)

    4. Thank you for your generosity and kindness! Very helpful

    5. I remember mad minutes! Can't wait to try some of these with my daughter!

    6. Thanks for your worksheets!! They are a great asset for my daughters.