First Grade Arithmetic Worksheets
These math wizards offer progressively difficult worksheets, starting with simple addition with answers less than ten, and moving up steadily to addition and subtraction with double digits and answers up to 30.
Related pages in Arithmetic:
General | Kindergarten | Grade 2 | Grade 3 | Grade 4 | Grade 5
Related pages in this year group:
Grade 1 Numbers | Grade 1 Money | Grade 1 Time
Addition & Subtraction Under 10 | |
Make math worksheets for addition and subtraction under 10. These arithmetic worksheets contain 16 problems using single digits that when summed together are less than 10 and greater than zero. You can choose addition, subtraction, a mix of both, and also the position of the blank box. |
Tens and Units | |
Make math worksheets to practice recognizing tens and units. This wizard gives statements such as "2 tens and 3 units" and your child has to either match it to "23" or write "23" as the answer. |
Doubles and Near Doubles | |
Practice adding doubles in these addition worksheets. Give your children practice with doubles, e.g. 3+3, or near doubles, e.g. 3+4, with this math wizard. Increase the difficulty by making any part of the question blank. |
Bridging 10 | |
Make math worksheets with answers over ten. Your children should be ready to add two single digits together and get a result that bridges 10, e.g. 8+5=13. Choose the "Make any part blank" option for more able children. |
3-Number Addition | |
Use this math wizard to make math worksheets with 3-number addition problems. Can your students add all three numbers together? Each number is less than 10, and the sum of the three numbers on these worksheets is never more than 12, 15, or 19. Try making any part blank for more able children. |
Addition & Subtraction 10 - 20 | |
Make math worksheets for addition and subtraction with results between 10 and 20. This math wizard challenges your students to add or subtract numbers up to 20, resulting in numbers between 10 and 20. You can choose whether to actually include the number 20 or just go up to the default, 19. |
Bridging 20 | |
Make math worksheets with answers over twenty. This math wizard creates addition problems with one double-digit and one single-digit that when added together equal 20 or more. Choose to make any part blank for an extra challenge. |
Double Digits | |
This math wizard creates addition problems using two numbers between 10-19, resulting in an answer less than 30. Alternatively, you can choose to subtract a number between 10 and 20 from another number in the same range, resulting in an answer greater than zero. Try it for yourself! |
Difference | |
This math wizard creates written questions that test your chilren's subtraction skills. There are eight questions and you can choose the maximum number used - 10, 20 or 30. Choose also whether to have your children match the question to its answer, or have them write the answer in the box. |