Grade 1 Number Worksheets
In First Grade, we're focusing on counting numbers 0-30 forwards and backwards, recognizing and counting in even and odd numbers. These worksheets also give practice in writing numbers, putting them in order, seeing patterns, and simple addition and subtraction with "more" and "less".
Note: These worksheets use numbers 0 to 30.
Related pages in Numbers:
Kindergarten Numbers (0-20) | Grade 2 Numbers (0-100)
Related pages in this year group:
Grade 1 Arithmetic | Grade 1 Money | Grade 1 Time
Number Patterns | |
Create a pattern worksheet with numbers. Choose a range of numbers from 0-30 and let the wizard create random patterns from those numbers. Can your children tell you which number comes next in each sequence? Why not have them write it in the box? |
Missing Numbers - Ones | |
Create a missing numbers worksheet. Just like with the kindergarten worksheets of the same name, have your children write the numbers missing from each number range. You can choose up to number 30 for these first grade worksheets. |
More Missing Numbers - Ones and Twos | |
Make more missing numbers worksheets. This time there are eight numbers from 0 to 30 in each sequence, and half of them are missing! Your children need to write in the missing numbers. You can use this to practice odd and even numbers. |
Even More Missing Numbers - Threes, Fours, Fives and Tens | |
Make even more missing numbers worksheets. With this wizard, you can make worksheets with numbers that increment by 3, 4, 5 or 10. The numbers will be within the ranges 3-30, 4-40, 5-50 and 10-100 depending on what you choose. |
Match the Numbers | |
Create a match-up worksheet with numbers. This wizard makes worksheets to challenge your students' reading ability. Can they draw a line to match the digit with the written equivalent of each number? |
Number Plus X | |
Make a simple addition match-up worksheet with numbers. Choose your X value, one, two, or ten, and select a range of numbers for this math wizard. Ask your child to find the number on the right that X more than the number on the left, then let them match the numbers with a line. |
More and Less | |
Create a more or less butterfly worksheet with numbers. Like above, choose an X value, then choose a range of numbers and let the math wizard put them on the bellies of butterflies! Your children then need to write the numbers that are X less and X more than the digits on the butterfly wings. |
Order the Numbers | |
Create an ordering worksheet with numbers. The first half of the worksheet asks your children to write the numbers in the correct order from smallest to largest. The second half of the sheet needs your children to order numbers in reverse. |
Math Pet Show | |
Make a pet show sheet with numbers. Six popular pets are lined up and your children need to count how many of each pet there are and write that number in the box. Then, ask your students to answer the "more" and "fewer" math questions below. |
Ordering | |
Make an ordering sheet. This math wizard generates a worksheet with six children standing in a line. Your students need to answer the questions about where each child is standing, or who is standing in each spot. |
How Many? | |
Create a count the numbers sheet. Choose a range of numbers and click "Make Worksheet" to generate a page of random, repeated numbers. have you children try to count how many of each number there are. This is the same as the kindergaten worksheet of the same name, only that the highest possible number here is 30, not 20. |
Bingo Sheets | |
Create bingo sheets with numbers. Bingo is such a fun way to learn numbers, and these worksheets help your children recognize from zero to thirty. Every time you click the "Make Worksheet" button, you'll get a newly generated random bingo sheet using your chosen preferences. Brighten up your math class with bingo! |
Number Board Game | |
Create a number board game to practice reading numbers and counting from zero to thirty. Use a die, spinner, or toss a coin, and move your counter along the board. Have your children read out loud the numbers as they go. |
Number Line | |
This is the same number line maker as in the kindergarten section, but it's here again because of it's flexibility. In first grade you might have your children draw arches over the even or odd numbers, or have them count in tens. |
Trace Numbers | |
You can make tracing worksheets with numbers. This wizard only generates an example sheet with numerals and words representing the numbers one to ten, but you can easily create your own custom tracing worksheets with the ESL Writing Wizard. It's a free website for making handwriting worksheets and simple math sums. |