# Free first grade math tests

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## 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.

### Test Paper #1

“Numbers: 1, 2, 3”, “Addition, Subtraction”, “Comparison: greater, less, equal”

Variant I.

1. What number comes after the number 2?

2. Draw 3 circles.

3. Identify the correct examples.

 1 + 2 = 3 2 – 1 = 1 1 + 1 = 3 2 + 1 = 2

4. How many triangles are there in the picture?

5. Place the correct sign: greater, less, equal.

 1 … 3 2 … 2 3 … 1 1 … 2

6. Solve the problems.

 1 + 2 = 2 + 1 = 3 – 1 = 2 – 1 =

Variant II.

1. What number comes after the number 1?

2. Draw 2 circles.

3. Identify the correct examples.

 2 + 1 = 3 3 – 1 = 3 1 + 1 = 2 2 – 1 = 2

4. How many quadrilaterals are there in the picture?

5. Place the correct sign: greater, less, equal.

 2 … 3 2 … 1 3 … 2 1 … 1

6. Solve the problems.

 2 + 3 = 2 + 1 = 3 – 2 = 3 – 1 =

Variant III.

1. What number comes after the number 3?

2. Draw 1 circle.

3. Identify the correct examples.

 2 + 1 = 1 3 – 1 = 1 2 + 1 = 3 1 + 2 = 3

4. How many quadrilaterals are there in the picture?

5. Place the correct sign: greater, less, equal.

 2 … 3 2 … 1 3 … 2 1 … 1

6. Solve the problems.

 2 + 3 = 2 + 1 = 3 – 2 = 3 – 1 =

### Test Paper #2

“Numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5”, “Addition, Subtraction”, “Comparison: greater, less, equal”

Variant I.

1. Fill in the blanks with numbers.

5 , … , … , 2 , …

2. Solve the problems.

 2 + 2 = 4 – 2 = 3 + 1 = 5 – 2 =

3. Solve the problem.

In the yard, there were 3 chicks. 2 more chicks joined them. How many chicks are in the yard now?

4. Place the correct sign: plus or minus.

 2 … 3 = 5 3 … 2 = 1 5 … 4 = 1 3 … 2 = 5

5. Place the correct sign: greater, less, equal.

 2 … 5 1 … 3 2 … 4 1 … 2

Variant II.

1. Fill in the blanks with numbers.

4 , … , … , 1

2. Solve the problems.

 1 + 3 = 3 – 2 = 2 + 2 = 5 – 2 =

3. Solve the problem.

In the lake, there was 1 duckling. 3 more ducklings joined it. How many ducklings are in the lake now?

4. Place the correct sign: plus or minus.

 4 … 3 = 1 5 … 2 = 3 3 … 1 = 2 2 … 2 = 4

5. Place the correct sign: greater, less, equal.

 3 … 5 1 … 2 2 … 2 4 … 5

Variant III.

1. Fill in the blanks with numbers.

1 , … , … , … , 5

2. Solve the problems.

 1 + 3 = 3 + 2 = 5 – 2 = 5 – 4 =

3. Solve the problem.

In the field, there were 2 calves. At lunch, one more calf was brought to them. How many calves are grazing in the field?

4. Place the correct sign: plus or minus.

 3 … 1 = 2 5 … 1 = 4 3 … 2 = 5 5 … 3 = 2

5. Place the correct sign: greater, less, equal.

 4 … 1 5 … 2 4 … 5 4 … 2

### Test Paper #3

“Numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7”, “Addition”, “Subtraction”, “Concepts: greater, less, equal”, “Comparisons”

Variant I.

1. What number comes after the number 6?

2. Draw seven circles.

3. Underline the correct equalities.

 3 + 5 = 7 8 – 4 = 4 2 + 6 = 3 1 + 5 = 6

4. Choose all numbers that are greater than 5.

2 , 3 , 6 , 4 , 5 , 7

5. Place the correct sign: greater, less, equal.

 1 … 3 2 … 2 3 … 1 1 … 2

6. Solve the problems.

 1 + 5 = 2 + 4 = 6 – 1 = 5 – 1 =

Variant II.

1. What number comes after the number 5?

2. Draw four straight lines.

3. Underline the correct equalities.

 2 + 3 = 6 7 – 4 = 3 2 + 6 = 3 1 + 5 = 4

4. Choose all numbers that are greater than 6.

2 , 3 , 1 , 4 , 5 , 7

5. Place the correct sign: greater, less, equal.

 2 … 3 2 … 7 3 … 6 1 … 1

6. Solve the problems.

 2 + 5 = 2 + 4 = 7 – 2 = 6 – 1 =

Variant III.

1. What number comes after the number 4?

2. Draw 5 squares.

3. Underline the correct equalities.

 2 + 2 = 6 7 – 3 = 4 2 + 5 = 7 1 + 2 = 3

4. Choose all numbers that are greater than 1.

2 , 3 , 4 , 6 , 7 , 3

5. Place the correct sign: greater, less, equal.

 2 … 7 2 … 5 4 … 2 3 … 3

6. Solve the problems.

 2 + 4 = 2 + 5 = 4 – 2 = 3 – 1 =

### Test Paper #4

“Numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10”, “Addition”, “Subtraction”, “Concepts: greater, less, equal”, “Comparisons”

Variant I.

1. Fill in the blanks with numbers.

10 , 9 , … , … , 6 , … , 4.

2. Solve the problems.

 2 + 5 = 4 – 2 = 3 + 4 = 6 – 2 =

3. Solve the problem.

On the fence, there were four kittens. Two kittens ran away. How many kittens are left on the fence?

4. Place the correct sign: plus or minus.

 4 … 3 = 7 7 … 2 = 5 8 … 4 = 4 3 … 2 = 5

5. Place the correct sign: greater, less, equal.

 2 … 5 6 … 3 6 … 7 1 … 2

Variant II.

1. Fill in the blanks with numbers.

9 , 8 , … , … , 5 , … , 3.

2. Solve the problems.

 4 + 3 = 5 – 2 = 5 + 2 = 7 – 2 =

3. Solve the problem.

Three sisters were sitting at the table having breakfast. The eldest sister went to school. How many girls are still sitting at the table?

4. Place the correct sign: plus or minus.

 7 … 3 = 4 5 … 2 = 3 3 … 4 = 7 6 … 2 = 4

5. Place the correct sign: greater, less, equal.

 3 … 5 6 … 7 7 … 7 6 … 5

Variant III.

1. Fill in the blanks with numbers.

8 , 7 , … , … , 4 , … , 2

2. Solve the problems.

 5 + 3 = 3 + 4 = 7 – 2 = 6 – 4 =

3. Solve the problem.

Four bear cubs were eating raspberries. Three more bear cubs joined them. How many bears are now in the raspberry patch?

4. Place the correct sign: plus or minus.

 7 … 5 = 2 5 … 1 = 6 3 … 2 = 5 6 … 3 = 3

5. Place the correct sign: greater, less, equal.

 4 … 6 7 … 8 7 … 5 6 … 6

### Test Paper #5

“Comparison of Numbers”, “Addition and Subtraction of Numbers”

Variant I.

1. Solve the problem.

Masha ate 3 candies, and then 3 more caramels. How many candies did Masha eat in total?

2. Solve the problems.

 3 + 1 = 6 – 1 = 4 + 2 = 7 – 2 =

3. Solve the problem.

Draw 2 line segments. The length of one segment is 4 cm, and the length of the second segment is 3 cm longer.

4. Place the correct sign: plus or minus.

 4 … 2 = 6 7 … 2 = 5 5 … 2 = 3 3 … 2 = 5

5. Fill in the blank with a number to make the equation true.

 5 + … = 7 … + 2 = 5 8 – … = 7 … + 2 = 4

Variant II.

1. Solve the problem.

There were 5 apples on the plate. Kolya ate 2 apples. How many apples are left on the plate?

2. Solve the problems.

 2 + 1 = 6 – 2 = 4 + 2 = 7 – 1 =

3. Solve the problem.

Draw 2 line segments. The length of one segment is 6 cm, and the length of the second segment is 3 cm shorter.

4. Place the correct sign: plus or minus.

 2 … 5 = 7 7 … 2 = 9 4 … 3 = 7 7 … 1 = 6

5. Fill in the blank with a number to make the equation true.

 3 + … = 9 … + 6 = 8 8 – … = 5 … – 2 = 4

Variant III.

1. Solve the problem.

There were 10 pastries in the bag. Olya ate 2 pastries, then one more. How many pastries are left in the bag?

2. Solve the problems.

 2 + 8 = 6 – 2 = 3 + 5 = 7 – 3 =

3. Solve the problem.

Draw 2 line segments. The length of one segment is 8 cm, and the length of the second segment is 2 cm shorter.

4. Place the correct sign: plus or minus.

 2 … 3 = 5 7 … 2 = 9 3 … 4 = 7 7 … 2 = 5

5. Fill in the blank with a number to make the equation true.

 3 + … = 10 … + 6 = 9 8 – … = 3 … – 2 = 2

### Test Paper #6

“Addition and Subtraction of Numbers”, “Solving Word Problems Involving Addition and Subtraction”

Variant I.

1. Solve the problem.

Peter bought 4 books, and Masha bought 3 books. How many books did the children buy in total?

2. Solve the problem.

There were 5 pigeons sitting on a branch. 3 pigeons flew away. How many pigeons are left sitting on the branch?

3. Solve the problem.

There were 9 books in the cupboard. The children took 4 books to read. How many books are still in the cupboard?

4. Solve the problem.

There were 5 tablespoons and 4 teaspoons on the table. How many utensils were there on the table in total?

Variant II.

1. Solve the problem.

In the garden, there were 6 trees. The gardener planted 3 more trees. How many trees are growing in the garden now?

2. Solve the problem.

Sasha had 5 candies. She ate 4 candies. How many candies does Sasha have left?

3. Solve the problem.

Hockey teams finished the game with a score of 6:3. How many goals were scored in total in this match?

4. Solve the problem.

There were 8 roses in the vase. 4 roses withered, and they were removed from the vase. How many roses are still standing in the vase?

Variant III.

1. Solve the problem.

There were 4 chairs in the room. Then, 4 more chairs were brought in. How many chairs are in the room now?

2. Solve the problem.

Masha had 10 notebooks. Over the course of half a year, she used 4 notebooks. How many clean notebooks does Masha have left?

3. Solve the problem.

In the yard, there were 9 motorcycles. In the morning, 4 motorcycles left. How many motorcycles are still standing in the yard?

4. Solve the problem.

6 boxes of candies and 4 boxes of cookies were delivered to the store. How many boxes were delivered to the store in total?

### Test Paper #7

Variant I.

1. Solve the examples.

 7 + 2 = 10 – 1 = 4 + 2 = 7 – 3 =

2. Solve the problem.

Petya had 8 books. He gave 3 books to his friends. How many books does Petya have left?

3. Place the correct sign: plus or minus.

 4 + 2 = 7 – 1 7 + 0 = 5 – 2 8 – 3 = 2 – 3 3 + 2 = 5 – 0

4. Solve the problem.

There were 5 chairs in the hall. 2 chairs were taken out into the corridor. Then, one more chair was taken out of the hall. How many chairs are left in the hall?

Variant II.

1. Solve the examples.

 7 + 2 = 10 – 3 = 2 + 6 = 8 – 3 =

2. Solve the problem.

In the morning, there were 5 tables in the cafeteria. In the evening, 5 more tables were brought in. How many tables are there in the cafeteria?

3. Place the correct sign: plus or minus.

 3 + 3 = 7 – 1 7 + 2 = 5 – 0 8 – 2 = 1 + 5 3 – 3 = 8 – 8

4. Solve the problem.

There were 9 apples on the table. Kolya ate 2 apples, and Vasya ate one apple. How many apples are left on the table?

Variant III.

1. Solve the examples.

 6 + 4 = 10 – 5 = 1 + 6 = 8 – 7 =

2. Solve the problem.

There were 7 birds sitting on a branch. 4 birds flew away. How many birds are left sitting on the branch?

3. Place the correct sign: plus or minus.

 3 + 4 = 7 – 0 7 + 2 = 5 – 4 8 – 2 = 2 + 4 4 – 1 = 8 – 3

4. Solve the problem.

There were 7 peaches on the plate. Ivan ate 3 peaches, and Grisha ate 4 peaches. How many peaches are left on the plate?

### Test Paper #8

“Comparing Numbers”, “Addition and Subtraction of Numbers”

Variant I.

1. Place the correct sign: greater than, less than, equal to.

 14 … 12 10 … 14 19 … 16 8 … 12 9 … 11 19 … 14

2. Solve the examples.

 16 + 4 = 12 – 5 = 14 + 6 = 20 – 5 = 11 + 6 = 18 – 7 = 12 + 6 = 13 – 7 =

3. Solve the problem.

Masha has 12 colored pencils in her pencil case. Kolya has 5 more pencils in his pencil case. How many pencils does Kolya have in his pencil case?

4. Solve the problem.

There were 14 beds and 1 sofa in the room. 12 beds were taken away. How many beds are still in the room?

5. Solve the problem.

Draw 2 line segments. The length of one segment is 5 cm, and the length of the second segment is 12 cm. What is the total length of the segments? By how many centimeters is the length of the first segment less than the length of the second segment?

Variant II.

1. Place the correct sign: greater than, less than, equal to.

 10 … 16 18 … 15 19 … 19 16 … 12 19 … 13 10 … 14

2. Solve the examples.

 15 + 4 = 13 – 8 = 6 + 6 = 18 – 9 = 11 + 9 = 17 – 7 = 11 + 9 = 13 – 8 =

3. Solve the problem.

In the workshop, 11 cars were repaired on the first day, and 7 more cars were repaired on the second day. How many cars were repaired in total in the workshop over 2 days?

4. Solve the problem.

Kolya has 17 colored pencils in the box and several markers. How many markers does Kolya have in total if it is known that there are 10 fewer markers than pencils?

5. Solve the problem.

Draw 2 line segments. The length of one segment is 3 cm, and the length of the second segment is 11 cm. What is the total length of the segments? By how many centimeters is the length of the first segment less than the length of the second segment?

Variant III.

1. Place the correct sign: greater than, less than, equal to.

 12 … 18 18 … 10 19 … 8 15 … 12 17 … 13 10 … 10

2. Solve the examples.

 11 + 4 = 13 – 11 = 16 + 3 = 18 – 13 = 11 + 5 = 17 – 13 = 11 + 8 = 13 – 9 =

3. Solve the problem.

In the park, they planted 15 birches and 3 spruces. How many trees were planted in the park in total?

4. Solve the problem.

There were 18 cars in the yard. In the morning, 12 cars left. How many cars are still in the yard?

5. Solve the problem.

Draw 2 line segments. The length of one segment is 4 cm, and the length of the second segment is 12 cm. What is the total length of the segments? By how many centimeters is the length of the first segment less than the length of the second segment?

### Preparation for Tests Word Problems on Addition and Subtraction within 10

1. Calculate the sum of 6 and 4; increase 3 by 5; decrease 9 by 4. 4 is added to it as much as to 4. What is the sum?
2. The first addend is 3, the second is 6. What is the sum? Increase 5 by 3; decrease 9 by 6. How much is 6 greater than 4? How much is 4 less than 6? Name pairs of numbers whose sums are equal to 8. Perform the subtraction of numbers: 9 and 4; 8 and 3.
3. What number is greater than 3 by 7? How many units are missing from 7 to 10? Increase 7 by 2. Decrease 9 by 3. What number is 2 less than 6? The minuend is 7, the subtrahend is 5. What is the difference?
4. Find the sum of 6 and 2. Decrease 9 by 5. The minuend is 10, the subtrahend is 8. What is the difference? How much is 10 greater than 6? How much is 7 less than 10? Name the difference between 8 and 4. What number is 3 less than 9?
5. Write down (dictated by the teacher):
1) The first addend is 6, and the second is 4. Calculate the sum.
2) Write down the number 8, increase it by 2. Calculate the answer.
3) Write down the number that follows 5. Decrease it by 2. What operation sign did you use? Why?
4) Write down the number that is less than 7 by 1. Increase this number by 3. What sign did you use? Calculate the answer.
6. In the Pioneer camp, there are 8 squads. 2 squads went hiking. How many squads are there in the Pioneer camp?
7. In the morning, I read 4 pages, and in the evening, the same amount. How many pages did I read in total for the whole day?
8. 1) In the flower bed, 8 asters bloomed in the morning, and by evening there were 2 more. How many asters bloomed by evening?
2) Sister got 8 nuts, and 2 more than that to her brother. How many nuts did the brother get?
9. 1) 6 boxes of apples and 4 boxes of pears were delivered to the kiosk. How many more boxes of apples were delivered than pears?
2) 6 boxes of apples and 4 boxes of pears were delivered to the kiosk. How many boxes of fruit were delivered to the kiosk? Compare the problems and their solutions.
10. 1) Vova colored 2 butterflies, and then he had to color 4 more butterflies. How many butterflies does Vova need to color in total?
2) Vova has to color 6 butterflies. He colored 2 butterflies. How many butterflies does he have left to color?
11. 1) Olya cut out 7 fir trees from green paper and 2 fir trees from white paper. How many fir trees did Olya cut out in total?
2) Volodya cut out 7 fir trees. He gave 2 fir trees to his sister. How many fir trees does he have left?
12. Kostya learned to write 9 digits and then one more. How many digits has he learned to write in total?
13. There are 10 windows in the hall. 8 windows have frames. How many frames are left to insert?
14. Children played in the yard. Two girls held a rope, and 6 girls jumped over it. How many girls played in the yard?
15. The girl needs to wash 7 handkerchiefs. She washed 4 handkerchiefs. How many more handkerchiefs does she have left to wash?
16. There were 10 figures on the chessboard. The black ones lost 2 figures. How many figures are left on the chessboard?
17. The carpenter had to fix 5 chairs, but he fixed 3 more chairs. How many chairs did the carpenter fix?
18. 1) The doll costs 8 rubles, and the teddy bear is 2 rubles cheaper than the doll. How much does the teddy bear cost?
2) The doll costs 8 rubles, and it is 2 rubles more expensive than the teddy bear. How much does the teddy bear cost?

19. 1) The column’s height is 6 meters, and the poplar is 3 meters higher than the column. Find the height of the poplar.
2) Rewrite the condition of the problem to say “3 meters lower” instead of “3 meters higher”!

### Preparation for Tests “Numbering of Numbers in the First Ten”

The goal is to identify students’ understanding of oral and written numbering of numbers in the first ten: formation of a number, natural sequence of numbers, composition of numbers.

1. Write down the number that comes after the number 6.
2. Write down the number that precedes 9.
3. The number was added to the intended number, and 1 was obtained, resulting in 7. What number was intended?
4. What number is between 7 and 9?
5. What number will you get if you add 1 to 3?
6. What number will you get if you subtract 1 from 10?
7. What number is 1 less than 6?
8. Compare the numbers (put the sign >, <, or =):
4 and 5; 3 and 3; 4 and 3.
9. Write down the solution and answer to the problem:
“The boat team is preparing for swimming: 5 sailors and a captain. How many people are in the team?”

1. What number comes after 4?
2. What number is before 8?
3. Write down the neighbors of the number 5.
4. What number precedes 10?
5. Perform the actions, writing down only the answers:
5-1; 3+1
7+1; 6-1
6. Compare (put >, <, or =):
7-1… 6; 5… 2.
7. Write down the solution and answer to the problem:
“There are 3 benches in the yard. 2 benches have already been painted. How many benches are left to paint?”
8. What numbers can be added to get the number 3?

1. After counting, what number follows the number 7?
2. Before counting, what number is called before the number 5?
3. What number is between the numbers 4 and 6?
4. What number is 1 less than 7?
5. What number is 1 more than the number 8?
6. What sign is missing:
3 + … 2 = 5; 4 – … 1 = 5?
7. Write down the solution and answer to the problem: “Dad bought 6 jars of blue paint and 2 jars of white paint. How many jars of paint did Dad buy in total?”
8. With which coins can you make up 6 cents?

1. Perform the actions (orally), write down only the answers:
3-1; 9+1; 4-3
3-2; 4-1; 2+2
2. What number is less than 10 by 1?
3. What number is 1 more than the number 4?
4. The intended number was added to 1 and 5 was obtained. What number was intended?
5. What number will you get if you increase 7 by 1?
6. Compare (put >, <, or =):
9… 10-1; 5-1… 5+1.
7. Write down the solution and answer to the problem: “There were 6 people in the boat. 2 people got off. How many people are left in the boat?”
8. Write down in order only the numbers that are missing:
10… 8… 6… 2…
What can you do with one of the numbers to make it equal to the other?

### Preparation for Tests Addition and Subtraction of Numbers within 100

The goal of the exercises is to assess:
1) Understanding of theoretical knowledge underlying computational techniques (rules: addition of a number to the sum and sum to a number; subtraction of a number from the sum and subtraction of the sum from a number);
2) The successful and conscious application of this knowledge by children to solve specially selected examples;
3) The solid understanding of computational techniques by students.
The arithmetic dictation exercises include tasks aimed at checking the students’ mastery of addition and subtraction tables within 20; understanding the relationship between the components and results of addition and subtraction actions.

Variant 1
1. Solve the problem:
Pioneers planted 22 birches and 18 linden trees near the school. How many trees did the pioneers plant in total?
2. Perform the operations:
24+2    8+7    50-6    26+8    18+17
46+20    17-9    70-14    53-12    3-6
3. Compare (put >, <, or =):
(32+6)+8 and (32+8)+6; 36-(6+4) and (36-6)+4.

Variant 2
1. Solve the problem:
For the October holiday, the young pioneers made 45 red flags and 20 yellow flags. How many flags did the young pioneers make in total?
2. Perform the operations:
36+3    6+9    40-8    34+8    24+38
32+20    13-7    80-16    47-25    42-7
3. Compare (put >, <, or =):
(80+7)-30 and (89-30)+7; 20 + (10+4) and (20+10)-4.

Variant 1
1. Solve the examples orally, write down only the answers:
7+5    6+6    9+8    14—7
15-8    13-5    7+4    18-9
2. Mom bought 12 small plates, and deep plates are 6 plates less. How many deep plates did Mom buy?
3. Perform the operations:
48+12    67+7    36+8
30-6    87-15    18+16

Variant 2
1. Solve the examples orally, write down only the answers:
8+5    8+9    9+6    16-9
17-9    12-7    4-1-8    11-5
2. One weaver operates 16 looms, and another operates 4 more looms. How many looms does the second weaver operate?
3. Perform the operations:
73+17    35+6    54+8
80—4    45-12    26+18

Variant 1
1. Perform the operations:
7+5    49-36    42-20    37+13
17—8    9+8    38+39    2+28
25+32    27+6    71-34    37+60
2. Solve the problem:
After lunch, the duty students washed 16 deep plates and the same number of small plates. How many plates did the duty students wash in total?

Variant 2
1. Find the difference between the numbers 60 and 4; find the sum of the numbers 36 and 8.
2. Subtract 20 from 67; add 7 to 32; by how much is 14 greater than 8?
3. An unknown number was added to 6, and 13 was obtained. What is the value of the unknown number?

Variant 1
1. For the school, they bought 18 pairs of skates, and there are 6 pairs more skis. How many pairs of skis did they buy for the school?
2. Perform the operations:
100-3    18+13    25+37
86+3    76+8    73+24
3. Compare (put >, <, or =):
(80+5)-20 and (80+20)-5; 42+6 and 42+8.

Variant 2
1. Eight planes took off into the air, and there were 9 more planes left at the airfield. How many planes are left at the airfield?
2. Perform the operations:
60-7    23+25    39+7
88-5    14+19    45+46
3. Compare (put >, <, or =):
38-4 and 36-6; (504-6)4-2 and 504-(6-2).

Variant 1
1. In two boxes, there are 16 juice cans. In the first box, there are 10 cans. How many more cans are there in the first box than in the second?
2. Perform the operations:
40-8    52—6    85-47    84-7
23-13    13-4    40—23    15-9
3. Solve the equation: x-20 = 36.
4. Write down and calculate conveniently: add the sum of the numbers 7 and 6 to the number 53.

Variant 2
1. In two barrels, there are 86 kg of cabbage. In the first barrel, there are 46 kg of cabbage. How many kilograms of cabbage are less in the second barrel than in the first?
2. Perform the operations:
50-9    42-6    75-7    64-5
38-16    12-5    60—23    18-9
3. Solve the equation: x4-30 = 70.
4. Write down and calculate conveniently: subtract the sum of the numbers 7 and 12 from 32.

### Practice on the topic: “Addition and Subtraction of Numbers within 10”.

Variant No. 1.
Date: ______________ Name: ______________________________ Grade: __________

Add or subtract numbers within 10.

 1) 0 + 0 = ____ 2) 6 – 0 = ____ 3) 7 + 4 = ____ 4) 2 – 1 = ____ 5) 1 + 0 = ____ 6) 2 – 0 = ____ 7) 6 + 1 = ____ 8) 1 – 0 = ____ 9) 5 + 4 = ____ 10) 5 – 1 = ____ 11) 7 + 2 = ____ 12) 4 – 0 = ____ 13) 6 + 0 = ____ 14) 5 – 4 = ____ 15) 4 + 1 = ____ 16) 5 – 4 = ____ 17) 4 + 0 = ____ 18) 9 – 4 = ____ 19) 1 + 0 = ____ 20) 3 – 0 = ____ 21) 6 + 1 = ____ 22) 0 – 0 = ____ 23) 1 + 0 = ____ 24) 5 – 0 = ____ 25) 5 + 0 = ____ 26) 6 – 3 = ____ 27) 6 + 2 = ____ 28) 6 – 3 = ____ 29) 4 + 1 = ____ 30) 4 – 0 = ____ 31) 3 + 0 = ____ 32) 7 – 2 = ____ 33) 1 + 0 = ____ 34) 2 – 1 = ____ 35) 0 + 0 = ____ 36) 5 – 0 = ____ 37) 0 + 0 = ____ 38) 9 – 6 = ____ 39) 3 + 1 = ____ 40) 0 – 0 = ____ 41) 8 + 7 = ____ 42) 9 – 0 = ____ 43) 2 + 0 = ____ 44) 0 – 0 = ____ 45) 5 + 0 = ____ 46) 9 – 8 = ____ 47) 2 + 1 = ____ 48) 4 – 2 = ____ 49) 4 + 1 = ____ 50) 9 – 5 = ____ 51) 7 + 3 = ____ 52) 9 – 4 = ____ 53) 8 + 0 = ____ 54) 0 – 0 = ____ 55) 6 + 4 = ____ 56) 4 – 0 = ____ 57) 2 + 1 = ____ 58) 9 – 0 = ____ 59) 2 + 0 = ____ 60) 2 – 1 = ____ 61) 6 + 0 = ____ 62) 8 – 0 = ____ 63) 4 + 0 = ____ 64) 3 – 2 = ____ 65) 7 + 5 = ____ 66) 1 – 0 = ____ 67) 9 + 2 = ____ 68) 5 – 2 = ____ 69) 2 + 0 = ____ 70) 6 – 5 = ____

### Practice on the topic: “Addition and Subtraction of Numbers within 10”.

Variant No. 1.
Date: ______________ Name: ______________________________ Grade: __________

Add or subtract numbers within 10.

 1) 2 + 0 = ____ 2) 5 – 2 = ____ 3) 7 + 4 = ____ 4) 6 – 5 = ____ 5) 4 + 0 = ____ 6) 3 – 1 = ____ 7) 5 + 0 = ____ 8) 7 – 4 = ____ 9) 9 + 1 = ____ 10) 2 – 0 = ____ 11) 6 + 1 = ____ 12) 1 – 0 = ____ 13) 5 + 3 = ____ 14) 2 – 0 = ____ 15) 4 + 2 = ____ 16) 1 – 0 = ____ 17) 9 + 7 = ____ 18) 7 – 3 = ____ 19) 3 + 1 = ____ 20) 6 – 0 = ____ 21) 9 + 3 = ____ 22) 9 – 3 = ____ 23) 3 + 1 = ____ 24) 1 – 0 = ____ 25) 0 + 0 = ____ 26) 7 – 6 = ____ 27) 3 + 2 = ____ 28) 4 – 0 = ____ 29) 3 + 0 = ____ 30) 3 – 1 = ____ 31) 0 + 0 = ____ 32) 9 – 8 = ____ 33) 9 + 4 = ____ 34) 4 – 1 = ____ 35) 9 + 5 = ____ 36) 4 – 2 = ____ 37) 6 + 5 = ____ 38) 3 – 2 = ____ 39) 3 + 1 = ____ 40) 9 – 4 = ____ 41) 8 + 2 = ____ 42) 5 – 2 = ____ 43) 0 + 0 = ____ 44) 6 – 0 = ____ 45) 3 + 0 = ____ 46) 1 – 0 = ____ 47) 9 + 2 = ____ 48) 5 – 1 = ____ 49) 7 + 1 = ____ 50) 7 – 1 = ____ 51) 9 + 8 = ____ 52) 4 – 1 = ____ 53) 3 + 2 = ____ 54) 9 – 6 = ____ 55) 6 + 0 = ____ 56) 8 – 2 = ____ 57) 3 + 1 = ____ 58) 2 – 0 = ____ 59) 3 + 1 = ____ 60) 6 – 1 = ____ 61) 4 + 2 = ____ 62) 9 – 7 = ____ 63) 9 + 5 = ____ 64) 7 – 6 = ____ 65) 1 + 0 = ____ 66) 9 – 6 = ____ 67) 8 + 4 = ____ 68) 7 – 6 = ____ 69) 5 + 3 = ____ 70) 9 – 4 = ____

### Answers to Tests on Moro’s Textbook

Test № 1.
Variant I
1. 3.
3. Correct inequalities.
1 + 2 = 3    2 – 1 = 1.
4. 3 triangles.
5.
1 < 3    2 = 2.
3 > 1    1 < 2.
6.
3    3.
2    1.

Variant II
1. 2.
3. Correct inequalities.
2 + 1 = 3    1 + 1 = 2.
5.
2 < 3    2 > 1.
3 > 2    1 = 1.
6.
5    3.
1    2.

Variant III
1. 4.
3. Correct inequalities.
2 + 1 = 3    1 + 2 = 3.
5.
2 < 3    2 > 1.
3 > 2    1 = 1.
6.
5    3.
1    2.

Test № 2.
Variant I
1. 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.
2.
4    2.
4    3.
3. 5 chicks.
4.
2 + 3 = 5    3 – 2 = 1.
5 – 4 = 1    3 + 2 = 5.
5.
2 < 5    6 > 3.
6 < 7    1 < 2. Variant II
1. 4, 3, 2, 1.
2.
4    1.
4    3.
3. 4 ducklings.
4.
4 – 3 = 1    5 – 2 = 3.
3 – 1 = 2    2 + 2 = 4.
5.
3 < 5    6 < 7.
7 = 7    6 > 5.
6.
5    3.
1    2.

Variant III
1. 4.
3. Correct inequalities.
2 + 1 = 3    1 + 2 = 3.
5.
2 < 3    2 > 1.
3 > 2    1 = 1.
6.
5    3.
1    2.

Test № 3.
Variant I
1. 7.
3. Correct equalities.
8 – 4 = 4.
1 + 5 = 6.
4. 6, 7.
5.
1 < 3    2 = 2.
3 > 1    1 < 2.
6.
6    6.
5    4.

Variant II
1. 6.
3. Correct equality.
7 – 4 = 3.
4. 7.
5.
2 < 3    2 < 7.
3 < 6    1 = 1.
6.
7    6.
5    5.

Variant III
1. 5.
3. Correct equalities.
7 – 3 = 4.
2 + 5 = 7.
1 + 2 = 3.
4. 6, 7.
5.
2 < 7    2 < 5.
4 > 2    3 = 3.
6.
6    7.
2    2.

Test № 4.
Variant I
1. 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4.
2.
7    2.
7    4.
3. 2 kittens.
4.
4 + 3 = 7    7 – 2 = 5.
8 – 4 = 4    3 + 2 = 5.
5.
2 < 5    6 > 3.
6 < 7    1 < 2. Variant II
1. 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3.
2.
7    3.
7    5.
3. 2 girls.
4.
7 – 3 = 4    5 – 2 = 3.
3 + 4 = 7    6 – 2 = 4.
5.
3 < 5    6 < 7.
7 = 7    6 > 5.

Variant III
1. 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2.
2.
8    7.
5    2.
3. 7 bear cubs.
4.
7 – 5 = 2    5 – 1 = 4.
3 + 2 = 5    6 – 3 = 3.
5.
4 < 6    7 < 8.
7 > 5    6 = 6.

Test № 5.
Variant I
1. 6 candies.
2.
4    5.
6    5.
4.
4 + 2 = 6    7 – 2 = 5.
5 – 2 = 3    3 + 2 = 5.
5.
5 + 2 = 7    3 + 2 = 5.
8 – 1 = 7    2 + 2 = 4.

Variant II
1. 3 apples.
2.
3    4.
6    6.
4.
2 + 5 = 7    7 + 2 = 9.
4 + 3 = 7    7 – 1 = 6.
5.
3 + 6 = 9    2 + 6 = 8.
8 – 3 = 5    6 – 2 = 4.

Variant III
1. 7 pastries.
2.
10    4.
8    4.
4.
2 + 3 = 5    7 + 2 = 9.
3 + 4 = 7    7 – 2 = 5.
5.
3 + 2 = 10    3 + 6 = 9.
8 – 5 = 3    4 – 2 = 2.

Test № 6.
Variant I
1. 7 books.
2. 2 pigeons.
3. 5 books.
4. 9 spoons.

Variant II
1. 9 trees.
2. 1 candy.
3. 9 pucks.
4. 4 roses.

Variant III
1. 8 chairs.
2. 6 notebooks.
3. 5 motorcycles.
4. 10 boxes.

Test №7.
Variant I
1.
9    9.
6    4.
2. 5 books.
3.
4 + 2 = 7 – 1    7 – 0 = 5 + 2.
8 – 3 = 2 + 3    3 + 2 = 5 + 0.
4. 3 chairs.

Variant II
1.
9    7.
8    5.
2. 10 tables.
3.
3 + 3 = 7 – 1    7 – 2 = 5 + 0.
8 – 2 = 1 + 5    3 + 3 = 8 + 8.
4. 6 apples.

Variant III
1.
10    5.
7    1.
2. 3 birds.
3.
3 + 4 = 7 – 0    7 + 2 = 5 + 4.
8 – 2 = 2 + 4    4 + 1 = 8 – 3.
4. 0 chairs.

Test № 8.
Variant I
1.
14 > 12    10 < 14    19 > 16.
8 < 12    9 < 11    19 > 14.
2.
20    7    20    14.
17    11    18    6.
3. 17 pencils.
4. 2 beds.
5. Total length of segments is 17 cm. By 7 cm.

Variant II
1.
10 > 16    18 < 15    19 = 19.
16 > 12    19 > 13    10 < 14.
2.
19    5    12    9.
20    10    20    5.
3. 18 cars.
4. 7 markers.
5. Total length of segments is 14 cm. By 8 cm.

Variant III
1.
12 <18    18 > 10    19 > 8.
15 > 12    17 > 13    10 = 10.
2.
15    2    19    5.
16    4    19    4.
3. 18 trees.
4. 6 cars.
5. Total length of segments is 16 cm. By 8 cm.