## Free math test papers for 1-st grade on the topics: “Numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10”, “Number Composition”, “Addition, Subtraction of Numbers”, “Comparison of Numbers”

**Contents:**

1. What a student should know and be able to do in mathematics in 1st grade.

2. Test #1, on the topics: “Numbers: 1, 2, 3”, “Addition, Subtraction”, “Comparison: greater, less, equal”.

3. Test #2, on the topics: “Numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5”, “Addition, Subtraction”, “Comparison: greater, less, equal”.

4. Test #3, on the topics “Numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7”, “Addition”, “Subtraction”, “Concepts: greater, less, equal”, “Comparisons”.

5. Test #4, on the topics “Numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10”, “Addition”, “Subtraction”, “Concepts: greater, less, equal”, “Comparisons”.

6. Test #5, on the topics “Comparison of Numbers”, “Addition and Subtraction of Numbers”.

7. Test #6, on the topics “Addition and Subtraction of Numbers”, “Solving Text Problems on Addition and Subtraction”.

8. Test #7, on the topics “Addition and Subtraction of Numbers”, “Text Problems on Addition and Subtraction”.

9. Test #8, on the topics “Comparison of Numbers”, “Addition and Subtraction of Numbers”.

10. Preparation for test papers “Text Problems on Addition and Subtraction up to 10”.

11. Preparation for test papers “Numbering of Numbers in the First Ten”.

12. Preparation for test papers “Addition and Subtraction of Numbers within 10”.

13. Preparation for test papers “Numbering of Numbers within 100”.

14. Preparation for test papers “Addition and Subtraction of Numbers within 100”.

15. Trainer on addition and subtraction within 10 (Variant 1 and Variant 2).

16. Answers to test papers for the textbook.

### What a student should know and be able to do in mathematics in 1st grade:

1. Model the arrangement of objects on a plane (right, left, top, bottom) and in space (behind, in front).

2. Order events in time (earlier, later, even later, now).

3. Clearly understand directions (right, left, forward, backward).

4. Compare objects by quantity (greater, less, equal) and provide a quantitative comparison – by how much more, by how much less.

5. Know the names and clearly state the sequence of numbers from 1 to 20.

6. Recognize geometric shapes: point, curve, line, broken line, segment, as well as circle, triangle, rectangle, square, polygon. Draw these geometric shapes using a ruler (except for the circle).

7. Write in words numbers from 1 to 10 and correlate the graphic representation with the word form.

8. Apply and understand operations and signs: plus, minus, equal.

9. Confidently distinguish and know the names of basic colors.

10. Classify a group of objects based on basic characteristics (color, shape, material, size).

11. Know and be able to use terms: digit, number, one-digit number, two-digit number.

12. Be able to increase or decrease a number by 1.

13. Know the unit of length – centimeter and be able to measure the length of a segment using a ruler.

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