## Math worksheets for First Grade.

How many? Which one in order?

How many rabbits, hedgehogs, and squirrels are there in the picture?

Create your questions with the word “how many” and answer them.

Counting from left to right, color the third leaf green and the sixth one yellow.

Top. Bottom. Left. Right

Color the carriages so that the red carriage is between the blue and yellow ones, and the green one is to the left of the yellow one.

Paint the flag that is above all in red, the one below all in yellow, and the one between red and yellow in blue.

Leave the rabbits looking to the right white, and color those looking to the left in black.

Add carrots so that all the rabbits have the same amount.

Underline what changes: color, size, or shape. Draw two balls following this rule.

# Before. Later. First. Then

The pictures show how a house is being built.

What was done first? What was done next?

Show with arrows.

Track how the buckets change. Draw two buckets following this rule.

### Same amount. More. Less

In which row are there fewer leaves? Draw to make an equal number of leaves in two rows.

Track what changes. Color the mushroom caps so that both their color and size change.

Show the signals on the traffic lights, color them.

Upper Middle Lower

Red Yellow Green

### By how much more? By how much less?

Circle and color the balls in pairs: red — blue, red — blue.

Which balls are more and by how much?

Which squares are more: blue or red?

Color the answer: □ .

Show on the picture by how much more.

Which circles are fewer: yellow or green? Color the answer: O .

Continue the drawing: first change only the color of the shape, then change both the color and the size.

Circle the crosses and draw the same number.

Without counting, determine what is more: nuts or cherries. Connect the picture and the frame with the correct answer.

More nuts than cherries

Less nuts than cherries

Equal number of nuts and cherries

Track what changes. Color so that with each step, both the shape and the color change.

Track what changes from one picture to another, and draw the shapes in the last frame.

Draw the same number of flags but make them face in the opposite direction.

### Many. One.

Form pairs: circle — square.

Which is more? Color the answer: □ or O. By how much more? By ^{i}.

One or two? Color the appropriate card.

Color as many circles as there are dogs.

Draw as many carrots, apples, or mushrooms as indicated by the numbers.

Draw 3 green apples and enough red apples to make a total of 4 apples in the picture.

Track what changes from one picture to another, and draw shapes in the last frame.

Choose a record for each picture.

Longer. Shorter. Equal in length

Which strip is shorter? Color it.

Fill in the table and compare who has fewer and who has more in the picture.

Color the frame with the correct answer.

Cats are LESS than mice.

Mice are LESS than cats.

Choose a record for each picture.

Draw circles.

Outline those figures about which you can say that there are more than two.

How many shapes of ships are there in total in each picture? I

Write the necessary numbers in the windows.

Find your scheme and record for each picture.

Draw the ladder.

### Point. Curved Line. Straight Line. Segment. Ray

Divide all lines into two groups. Write down the numbers of the lines in each group.

Draw a straight line through two marked points. How many straight lines can be drawn through two points? i.

Draw a curved line, another curved line, and another one through these same two points. Make a conclusion.

Color each picture so that it matches the recording.

### Polyline

Create your own record for each picture.

Draw a broken line, connecting the points in order of their numbers.

On which picture is a broken line drawn? Color the card with its number.

Each pencil is depicted as a segment.

Connect the pencil with its segment using a line.

What shape is depicted? ____

Draw it so that it becomes a segment.

### Signs

What time do the clocks show? Write down the required number.

How many green balls are there in the picture? How many pink balls? C

Which balls are more: green or pink?

Fill in the blanks.

More ______ balls than _ _ .

Write this using numbers and the signs >, <.

Which balls are fewer: big or small?

Less ___________ balls than__

Write this using numbers and the signs >, <_{t}

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### Equality. Inequality

Count how many apples are in each picture and compare the results. Write down two inequalities.

How many beads are closed on each thread? Draw them in frames.

Sasha is taller than Tolya but shorter than Vanya. Sign the first letter of each boy’s name under each segment.

# Polygon

How many? Write down.

Draw as many figures in each row as indicated by the number.

Color all pentagons blue and all triangles red.

Choose a statement for each picture.

Color the picture to match the statement.

Choose a statement for each picture.

Finish drawing the circles.

Connect the numbers in order.

If the card has an example with the answer 3, color it red; if 2, color it blue.

4-2 |
4- 1 |
1 + 1 |
2 + 1 |

1 +2 |
5-3 |
5-2 |
3- 1 |

Circle and color the figures on each line as many times as indicated by the number.

Which numbers are covered by the cards? Write

down.

### Centimeter

Color the circles with the numbers of segments that can be marked with a red and a green pencil.

Write down the length of each segment.

Measure the length of the pencil and write down its length and the length of the counting stick.

Continue the pattern.

### Enlarge by … Reduce by …

Look at the pictures. Color the equality frame in yellow to move from the left picture to the right one, and in green to move from the right picture to the left one.

Draw a picture to match the statement.

Color the beads: one red, two blue. one red, two blue…

How many red beads? How many blue beads? How many beads in total?

Write the necessary numbers in the boxes using the pictures.

Measure the segment and write down its length.

How many centimeters do you need to increase the length of the segment to make it 9 cm long? By . cm. Draw this segment.

# Consolidation of Learning

Color the examples with the same answers as indicated.

Fill in the missing numbers.

Choose a statement for each picture.

Insert the missing numbers.

Grandma knitted socks for her grandchildren, one pair for each. How many grandchildren does Grandma have?

Write down: I I

Write an equation for each picture.

Which numbers are covered by the cards? Write them down.

Write three more examples in each column. Calculate.

Write an equation for each picture.

3 + 2 |
1 + 3 |
5 – 1 |
2 + 3 |

2 + 2 |
6 – 1 |
1+4 |
3 + 1 |

Fill in the necessary numbers in the boxes based on the pictures.

On one plate

On the other—

How many apples are there on two plates?

Scheme:

Show in different colors how to get the number 4 in various ways.

### Addends. Sum

Underline the equations with missing addends. Calculate.

Write an equation for each picture.

Color the pencils so that the red pencil is longer than the blue one but shorter than the green one.

Measure and write the length

of the shortest pencil: 1 cm; of the longest pencil: 0 cm.

Addition and subtraction of numbers

– 2

3 more than

– 7

3 less than

Which two shapes can be combined to form a square? Color one pair of shapes in red and the other in green.

Lena has 8 notebooks in a line, and 2 fewer in a grid. How many notebooks in a grid does Lena have?

Which numbers are covered by the cards? Write the numbers.

Ira colored

Anya — 2 more. How many … Anya?

By how much more? By how much less?

5 < 8

By how much … ?

7 > 4

By how much … ?

In each pair, without calculating, find an example with a smaller answer and shade the rectangle where it is written.

Check by calculation.

How much is 9 more than 2? 4 less than 6? 8 more than 4? 3 less than 7?

Changing the order of addends

For each picture, create and write two equations one below the other, first moving from left to right and then from right to left.

Compare the equations in each pair. Draw a conclusion.

Petya gave 5 badges to one friend and 4 to another. How many badges did Petya give to these friends in total?

Circle the diagram for the problem.

5 + 2 |
5-3 |
9-2 |
0 + 2 |
3 + 4 |

1 + 1 |
6 + 1 |
0 + 7 |
8 – 1 |
4-2 |

Olya colored

Vanya – 2 less:

How many circles did Vanya color?

Draw a segment 2 cm shorter than the given one.

How much in total … ?

At Vera’s

At Lena’s, 2 more.

How many triangles does Lena have?

At Misha’s

At Kolya’s

How many more fish does Misha have than Kolya?

There were

Ate 3 pears.

How many pears are left?

Mitya had

He was given 2 more cars. How many cars does Mitya have now?

Draw the hedgehog’s shortest path.

How much in total … ?

In the vase were

but the plum is 4 less.

How many plums were in the vase?

Vitya sculpted

Vova – 2 more.

How many carrots did Vova sculpt?

There were 10 kg.

Took out 8 pencils.

How many … ?

How much in total … ?

Minuend. Subtrahend. Difference

Equations with missing minuends, underline in red, and equations with missing subtrahends, underline in blue. Write down the missing numbers.

Hedgehog collected 6 mushrooms, and the squirrel is 2 mushrooms less. How many mushrooms did the squirrel collect?

Color 3 figures from which you can form a triangle that is drawn on the left.

Sum of 7 and 3. Calculate the sum:

Minuend – 9, Subtrahend – 4.

Calculate the difference:

Decrease by 4: Increase by 6:

Addend |
1 |
— |
5 |
— |
2 |
— |
4 |
3 |

Addend |
8 |
6 |
— |
3 |
5 |
3 |
— |
— |

Sum |
— |
7 |
9 |
8 |
— |
9 |
6 |
7 |

There were 8 lambs on the plate. 5 lambs were eaten. How many lambs are left?

Mom put 6 more lambs on the plate. How many lambs are on the plate now?

In the morning, Dima read 2 pages of the book, and in the evening, he read 3 pages more. How many pages did Dima read in the evening?

Lena watered 7 flowers, and Tanya watered 4 flowers less. How many flowers did Tanya water?

How many flowers did Lena and Tanya water altogether?

There are 5 lime trees and 4 birches growing near the school. How many in total…?

By how much more…, than…?

There were 4 ducks and 8 geese on the pond. 3 ducks and the same number of geese came out onto the shore. How many ducks and geese are still in the water?

Sasha is 10 years old, and Vadim is 6. By how much…?

In the first bunch, there are 6 carrots, and in the second, there are 2 less. How many… are in the second bunch?

How many carrots are in both bunches?

Think about how you can form a square from these figures, and draw it.

Kilogram. Liter

There are 5 bellflowers and 4 chamomiles in the bouquet. How many… are there in the bouquet altogether?

Weight of a pumpkin

and the melon is 1 kg less. Find the weight of the melon.

Tanya has 4 ribbons, and Katya has 2 more. How many ribbons does Katya have?

How many ribbons do both girls have?

Compare without calculating.

There are 7 books on the shelf. How many books are on the table if there are 3 books less on the table than on the shelf?

How can you distribute 8 apples on 2 plates? Write numerical equations.

Calculate.

Which expression is extra? Underline it.

Draw a segment 7 cm long.

How to pour 2 liters of water into a saucepan if there are jars with capacities of 1 and 3 liters? Write numerical equations.

NUMBERS FROM 11 TO 20

There were 10 cars in the parking lot. Two cars left. How many…?

Connect the numbers in order of their increase:

There were 8 pigeons. 3 pigeons flew away. How many pigeons are left?

Place dots on the rays to get segments 1 dm and 1 dm 2 cm long.

1 more:

There were 5 carnations in the bouquet, and then 3 more flowers bloomed. How many flowers are there now?

12 cm = dm cm 1 dm 3 cm = cm

1 less:

The first bucket holds 5 liters of water, and the second holds 1 liter less. How many liters of water fit in the second bucket?

How many liters of water fit in these two buckets?

Tanya has 2 blue balls, and Katya has 4 red ones. How many… are there in total?

Grandma took several carrots and gave them all to the rabbits: 3 to the white one and the same to the gray one. How many… did she take… in total?

Olya is 8 years old, and Vova is 2 years older than Olya. How many…?

Vasya is 6 years old, and Petya is 9 years old. By how much…?

A notepad costs 7 rubles, and a pen is 4 rubles cheaper. How much does the pen cost?

How much do the notepad and pen cost together?

The seller has one such weight

How can you weigh 6 kg of apples with their help? 4 kg of flour? Draw the necessary weights. Write numerical equations.

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Minuend |
9 |
7 |
8 |
6 |
4 |
3 |
5 |
2 |

Subtrahend |
7 |
4 |
6 |
4 |
3 |
2 |
3 |
2 |

Difference |
— |
— |
— |
— |
— |

There were 10 coats on the hanger. 6 kids took their coats. How many coats are left?

Another 5 kids came and hung their coats. How many coats are there now?

Vanya caught 3 fish, and dad caught 4 more. How many fish did dad catch?

How many in total … ?

In a large chandelier, there are 6 light bulbs, and in a small one — 3. How many light bulbs are there in two chandeliers?

There were 8 balls in the basket. 3 balls were taken. How many balls are left in the basket?

In the box, there are 5 blue beads, and 2 more red ones. How many red beads are in the box?

How many red and blue beads are there in total?

Complete the condition with a word so that the problem is solved by subtraction. Solve it.

The magazine costs 10 rubles, and the newspaper is 3 rubles cheaper. How much does the newspaper cost?

Katya had 5 candies. She gave 2 candies to her sister. How many … ?

Draw or cross out circles, squares, or triangles so that there are an equal number of each. Show each method in the picture.

There are 5 notebooks and 3 pencils on the desk. Tanya put all the pencils in her backpack and the same number of notebooks. How many … are left on the desk?

Olya is 7 years old, and Sasha is 9 years old. How many … is Olya younger than Sasha? By how many years is Sasha … older than Olya?

A notebook costs 7 rubles, and a pencil is 4 rubles cheaper. How much does the pencil cost?

How much do the notebook and pencil cost together?

Which expression is extra? Underline it.

Draw a segment 7 cm long.

How to pour 2 liters of water into a saucepan if there are jars with capacities of 1 and 3 liters? Write numerical equations.

NUMBERS FROM 11 TO 20

Grandma has one such weight

How can you weigh 6 kg of apples with their help? 4 kg of flour? Draw the necessary weights. Write numerical equations.

Table Addition

Explain how the addition is performed: 8 + 3.

Draw and color two circles so that the picture is for the addition 7 + 5. Perform the addition.

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The first tale in the book takes up 9 pages, and the second — 3 pages more. How many pages does the second tale take?

Sasha had 8 red balloons and 4 blue ones. One balloon burst. How many balloons are left?

Orally solve the problems. Connect the circle with the problem number to the card with its solution.

1 Kostya took 7 toy soldiers out of the box first, and then another 3. How many toy soldiers did Kostya take out of the box in total?

2 Kolya is 7 years old, and Sasha is 3 years old. How many years older is Kolya than Sasha?

3 Katya collected 7 glasses of raspberries, and mom — 3 more glasses. How many glasses of raspberries did Katya and mom collect in total?

Estimate visually and write the number of each link of the broken line, laid on the straight line. Check with measurement.

There were 4 flowers on one windowsill and 5 flowers on the other. Tanya watered 7 flowers. How many flowers does Tanya have left to water? Color the card with the problem solution.

Color the cards in red where the examples with the answer 14 are written, and in blue — with the answer 13.

Draw two segments: one 2 cm longer than the given one, and the other 2 cm shorter than the given one.

How much shorter is the second of the drawn segments than the first?

Mom baked 5 pastries, and there are 2 fewer pies than pastries. How many pastries and pies did mom bake in total?

Which schematic drawing fits this problem?

Color it and solve the problem.

Draw two segments each 9 cm long. On the first segment, put a point so that there are two segments 4 cm and 5 cm long.

On the second segment, put a point so that there are two segments, one of which is 5 cm longer than the other.

Complete the question of the problem so that it is solved in two steps.

From the first bed, 8 zucchinis were taken, and from the second — 2 more zucchinis than from the first. How many zucchinis were taken _____________

[From a ribbon with a length of 15 dm, a piece with a length of dm was cut off. What is the length of the remaining ribbon?

On one pier, there were 6 yachts, and on the other, there were 4 more yachts. How many yachts are there in total on these two piers?

Complete the schematic drawing for the problem and solve it.

Color the circles with equal segments in one color before measurement. Check with measurement.

1) Explain how the subtraction 13 – 4 is performed.

2) Complete the drawing, explain how to perform the subtraction 15 – 7, and calculate it.

Explain how to reason while performing the subtraction 13 – 4 and perform the calculations.

Dima made 7 small boats, and there were 2 fewer large boats than small ones. How many boats did Dima make in total?

There were 8 dolls and 11 strollers on the shelf. How many more dolls need to be placed on the shelf to have an equal number of dolls and strollers?

Orally compose two problems using the table and write the solution to each problem in the table.

Around the table, 15 chairs were placed. Will these chairs be enough to seat 6 boys and 7 girls at the table?

Underline the correct answer and complete it.

Enough, because + 15

Not enough, because + 15

There were 12 counting sticks in the box. Kostya built a triangle from three sticks and a square from four sticks. How many sticks are left in the box?

Orally solve the problems. Connect with a line the circle with the problem number with the card that contains its solution.

1 Tanya drew 8 Christmas trees. She colored 3 trees. How many Christmas trees are left to be colored by Tanya?

2 Dad found 8 mushrooms, and Volodya found 3 fewer mushrooms. How many mushrooms did Volodya find?

3 In the garden, 8 apple trees and 3 pear trees were planted. How many more apple trees than pear trees were planted in the garden?

1) Use red color to fill in the cards with examples with the answer 13, yellow for the answer 14, and blue for the answer 15.

2) Write down on the blank cards 3 new examples with answers 13, 14, and 15.

On each picture, there are 11 circles. Color each picture with red and blue pencils so that there are fewer red circles: in picture 1 — by 3 circles, in picture 2 — by 5 circles, in picture 3 — by 7 circles.

Draw an identical triangle. In each triangle, draw one line so that it divides the first triangle into two triangles and the second one into one triangle and one quadrilateral.

For consolidation and checking of knowledge

Fill in the missing numbers.

Connect with a line the card with the problem written on it with the circle containing its answer.

Numbers less than 9, increase by 7; numbers greater than 9, decrease by 6.

Lena had 9 dolls. She gave away 2 dolls. How many dolls does Lena have left?

There are 8 yellow pieces in the set, and there are 5 more green pieces than yellow ones. How many green pieces are there in the set?

Children planted 7 lime trees and 4 maple trees. How many lime and maple trees did the children plant in total?

Paints cost 15 rubles, and the album costs 8 rubles. By how many rubles are the paints more expensive than the album?

There were 7 small toy cars in the set, and there were 2 fewer large toy cars than small ones. How many large toy cars were there in the set?

Draw a line segment 1 dm long. Divide it into 2 segments so that one segment is longer than the other by 6 cm.

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