First grade math lessons and activities that cover just one or two of these five strands are narrow and lead to a weak understanding of math.But with Time4Learning’s comprehensive math program, children are placed in the sequence based on their current skills. Parents can participate and watch how new concepts are introduced progressively and mastered through practice. &media= MA-Perfect Cents_Demo_T4LPinterest.png&description=With Time4Learning, math lessons are taught by engaging characters in colorful, fun activities.1st graders learn about parts of a whole from Sally and Pong in The Art of Fractions lesson." onclick="window.open(this.href, 'Pinterest Share','status=no,resizable=yes,scrollbars=yes,personalbar=no,directories=no,location=no,toolbar=no,menubar=no,width=632,height=270,left=0,top=0'); return false;" If you are just learning about Time4Learning, we’d suggest first looking at our interactive lesson demos.While these five math strands might surprise you, they cover the basics of what a first grader should learn in math.
Add 10 and subtract 10 from any two-digit number up to 100.
Use concrete models or drawings to show the place values and explain the thinking involved.
Baseball Math Place Value Game Make a game of learning place value by playing this exciting Baseball Math Place Value Game.
Addition Concentration Games One-Digit Addition Game One-Digit Plus Two-Digit Numbers Two-Digit Addition Game (No Regrouping) Two Digit Addition Game(With Regrouping) Addition Soccer Game In this online soccer game, 1st grade students will practice adding one-digit numbers.
Math Magician Subtraction Game The subtraction problems in this exciting Math Magician Subtraction Game provide students plenty of practice subtracting numbers to 20.
Math Problems For 1st Graders
Baseball Math Addition Game Children can have lots of fun as they solve the addition problems in this exciting Baseball Math Addition Game.
Understand addition as “putting together” and “adding to.” Understand subtraction as “taking apart” and “taking away from.” Understand comparing situations.
Solve all of these situations with any of the three quantities as the unknown number.
Mentally add 10 and subtract 10 from any two-digit number and explain the thinking used.
Add a one-digit number (1 through 9) to any two-digit number, and add any two-digit number to any other two-digit number, within 100.