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THINKING KIDS

approach to math

• Count and color

through interactive lessons

value, shapes, and time

THINKING KIDS™

www.carsondellosa.com

THINKING KIDS

• A fun and active

• Numbers and Operations • Algebra • Geometry • Measurement • Data Analysis and Probability • Time

Carson-Dellosa Publishing LLC P.O. Box 35665 • Greensboro, NC 27425 USA

THINKING KIDS

Welcome to Thinking Kids™ Math! In this book, your child will experience an active-learning approach to essential first grade math skills. Interactive lessons and the use of manipulatives build a concrete example of math concepts to help your child develop mathematical understanding. Each activity supports early learning standards and challenges your child’s critical thinking and problem solving skills. In Thinking Kids™ Math, your child will learn about:

THINKING KIDS

Thinking Kids™ Carson-Dellosa Publishing LLC Greensboro, North Carolina

Thinking Kids™ Carson-Dellosa Publishing LLC P.O. Box 35665 Greensboro, NC 27425 USA © 2014 Carson-Dellosa Publishing LLC. Except as permitted under the United States Copyright Act, no part of this publication may be reproduced, stored, or distributed in any form or by any means (mechanically, electronically, recording, etc.) without the prior written consent of Carson-Dellosa Publishing LLC. Thinking Kids™ is an imprint of Carson-Dellosa Publishing LLC.

ISBN 978-1-4838-1256-4

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5-84

Algebra

85-110

Geometry

111-129

Measurement

130-151

Data Analysis and Probability

152-165

166-192

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• Numbers and Operations • Algebra • Geometry • Measurement • Data Analysis and Probability

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Cracker Count Put the correct number of crackers on each pan. Use counters.

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Cracker Count Put the correct number of crackers on each pan. Use counters.

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Catching Fish Look at the number. Catch that number of fish by circling the fish in the pond.

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Catching Fish Write a number. Catch that number of fish by circling the fish in the pond.

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How Many Socks? Count the socks in each row. Write the number of socks. Then, circle even or odd.

even odd

even odd

even odd

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How Many Socks? Count the socks in each row. Write the number of socks. Then, circle even or odd.

even odd

even odd

even odd

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Clip Count Make a chain with 23 paper clips. Separate the chains into groups of 10. Put each chain of 10 paper clips under tens. Put the leftovers under ones. Write the number of tens and ones and the total number of paper clips.

tens

ones

ten(s) and

one(s) is

.

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Clip Count Make a chain with paper clips. Separate the chains into groups of 10. Put each chain of 10 paper clips under tens. Put the leftovers under ones. Write the number of tens and ones and the total number of paper clips.

tens

ones

ten(s) and

one(s) is

.

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Balloon Bunches Put a counter on each balloon. Write the number of tens and ones and the total. Draw balloons to show and write the total in the last box.

ten

ten

ones

ones

total

total

2 4

tens

ones

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Balloon Bunches Put a counter on each balloon. Write the number of tens and ones and the total. Draw balloons to show and write the total in the last box.

ten

ten

ones

ones

total

total

2 3

tens

ones

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Balloon Bunches Put a counter on each balloon. Write the number of tens and ones and the total. Draw balloons to show and write the total in the last box.

ten

ten

ones

ones

total

total

2 2

tens

ones

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Balloon Bunches Put a counter on each balloon. Write the number of tens and ones and the total. Draw balloons to show and write the total in the last box.

ten

ten

ones

ones

total

total

1 7

ten

ones

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Pinball Numbers Write numbers to complete the chart. Use counters to help you. The first one has been done for you.

23

2 tens

46

ones

tens

+

+

23

46

ones

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Pinball Numbers Write numbers to complete the charts. Use counters to help you.

32

tens

78

ones

tens

+

+

32

78

ones

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Pinball Numbers Write numbers to complete the charts. Use counters to help you.

82

tens

96

ones

tens

+

+

82

96

ones

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Pinball Numbers Write numbers to complete the charts. Use counters to help you.

57

tens

63

ones

tens

+

+

57

63

ones

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Peas and Carrots Count the peas and carrots. Circle groups of 10. Write how many tens and ones. Write the total. Then, answer the question.

tens and

ones is

peas

and carrots. How can you write the total in other ways?

tens and

ones

tens and

ones

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Traffic Jam Put cars on the street. Use counters. Write the missing number under each car. • A red car is 1st. • A blue car is 4th.

• A green car is 10th. • A brown car is 3rd.

• A black car is 7th. • A white car is 9th.

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Traffic Jam Put cars on the street. Use counters. Write the missing number under each car. • An orange car is 2nd. • A pink car is 5th.

• A purple car is 8th. • A gray car is 6th.

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Speedy Snails Write the number on the shell or the ordinal number word on the line to show the order the snails will finish the race.

1

3

first

second

third

fourth

5 6 eighth

seventh

fifth

sixth

9 ninth

fifteenth

10

fourteenth

tenth eleventh twelfth

thirteenth

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Speedy Snails Write the number on the shell or the ordinal number word on the line to show the order the snails will finish the race.

2 first

4

second

8 eighth

third

fourth

7

fifth

seventh

sixth

ninth

fifteenth

10

fourteenth

tenth eleventh

twelfth

thirteenth

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Puppy Playtime Help the puppy count to 100. Write the number that is hidden under each object.

1

2

3

4

5

6

11 12 13 14 15 16 21 22 23 24

7

8

9 10

18 19 20

26 27 28 29 30

31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 75 76 77 78 79

71 72 73

81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100

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Puppy Playtime Help the puppy count to 100. Write the number that is hidden under each object.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9 10

14 15 16 17 18 19 20

11 12

21 22 23 24 25 26

28 29 30

31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 45 46 47 48 49 50

41 42 43

51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67

69 70

71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81

83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90

91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100

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Square Subtraction Use the hundred board to solve each problem. Circle the first number in the problem on the board. Then, draw a path on the board as you count back to subtract the second number. Draw a triangle around the answer. Write the answer to complete the number sentence.

22 – 11 = ______ 67 – 14 = ______ 36 – 9 = ______ 88 – 12 = ______ 94 – 5 = ______ 51 – 12 = ______ 1

2

3

4

6

5

7

8

9 10

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 Thinking Kids™ Math Grade 1

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Shake and Spill Put 5 counters in a cup. Shake and spill them onto the page. Write 4 number sentences describing the counters.

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Shake and Spill Put 10 counters in a cup. Shake and spill them onto the page. Write 4 number sentences describing the counters.

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Filling Flower Beds Look at the number. Put counters in the 2 flower beds to show the number. Remove the counters and draw that number of flowers.

13

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Filling Flower Beds Look at the number. Put counters in the 2 flower beds to show the number. Remove the counters and draw that number of flowers.

17

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The More Door Draw a door around the number that is greater on each house.

28 82

94 49

18 81

14 41

63 36

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The More Door Draw a door around the number that is greater on each house.

51 15

24 42

90 60

87 78

43 34

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The More Door Draw a door around the number that is greater on each house.

43 34

67 76

58 85

79 97

91 19

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The More Door Draw a door around the number that is greater on each house.

29 92

35 53

86 68

51 15

46 64

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TV Sets Read each number. Circle the correct number word. Show the number in 2 different ways using pictures, number sentences, or tally marks.

5

three

9

seven

five

nine

14

sixteen

three

sixteen

twelve

16

fourteen

four

eleven

zero

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TV Sets Read each number. Circle the correct number word. Show the number in 2 different ways using pictures, number sentences, or tally marks.

6

11

four

six

seven

nine

15

five

eleven

sixteen

seventeen

17

fifteen

four

eleven

zero

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Bubble Count Count the bubbles in each bathtub. Write the number on the line. Circle the correct number word.

sixteen

twelve

sixty

twenty

fifty

nineteen

fifteen

ninety

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Bubble Count Count the bubbles in each bathtub. Write the number on the line. Circle the correct number word.

seventeen

thirteen

seventy

thirty

forty

eighteen

fourteen

eighty

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By the Slice Circle each pizza that shows equal parts.

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Fraction Snacks Draw lines to divide each snack into equal parts to show the bottom number of the fraction. Draw an X on one part to show the fraction.

1 4

1 2

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Fraction Snacks Draw lines to divide each snack into equal parts to show the bottom number of the fraction. Draw an X on one part to show the fraction.

1 2

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Apple Picking Write the fractions of red and yellow apples in each tree. The first two have been started for you.

red

yellow

red

yellow

red

yellow

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Apple Picking Write the fractions of red and yellow apples in each tree.

red

yellow

red

yellow

red

yellow

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Nest Sets Look at the numbers below the first and second nests. Put eggs in the nests to show the numbers use counters. Move the eggs to the last nest. Write the sum.

4

3

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Nest Sets Write a number below the first and second nests. Put eggs in the nests to show the numbers use counters. Move the eggs to the last nest. Write the sum.

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Planting On Count the vegetables in each row. Put a counter in each box and count on to make the sum at the end of each row.

12

9

14

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Planting On Count the vegetables in each row. Put a counter in each box and count on to make the sum at the end of each row.

11

8

13

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Bears’ Lair Put 8 bears in the cave. Use counters. Roll the die and subtract that many bears. Write the number sentence. Repeat three more times.

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Bears’ Lair Put 10 bears in the cave. Use counters. Roll the die and subtract that many bears. Write the number sentence. Repeat three more times.

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Frogs on a Log Roll a die. Starting at 10, count back the rolled number as hops on the log. Write what you did as a subtraction fact. Repeat five more times.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

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How Many More? Count the gumballs in the pair of gumball machines. Write a number sentence to show how many more gumballs are in the first machine.

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How Many More? Count the gumballs in the pair of gumball machines. Write a number sentence to show how many more gumballs are in the first machine.

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Blastoff Facts Write the four facts for each fact family.

6,9,15

4,8,12

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Blastoff Facts Write the four facts for each fact family.

6,7,13

8,9,17

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Seeing Spots Look at the domino in each box. Each domino represents a fact family. Then, write the related facts for each fact family.

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Seeing Spots Look at the domino in each box. Each domino represents a fact family. Then, write the related facts for each fact family.

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Baskets of Cherries Three children picked cherries. Add the three amounts of cherries that each child picked.

Jan

Ruby

Uri

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Baskets of Cherries Three children picked cherries. Add the three amounts of cherries that each child picked.

Mike

Marcia

Tom

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Mystery Signs Write + or – to make each number sentence true.

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

9

5 = 14

8

5 = 13

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Mystery Signs Write + or – to make each number sentence true.

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

8

3 = 11

16

9=7

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Let’s Share! Put a counter on each acorn and each peanut. Divide each set of nuts into two equal groups so that the squirrels will have equal shares.

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Let’s Share! Put a counter on each acorn and each peanut. Divide each set of nuts into two equal groups so that the squirrels will have equal shares.

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Seeing Double Roll a die and draw the dots in the box. Then, use the number to write a doubles fact number sentence. The first one has been done for you.

5 5 10

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Adventure Island Count on to solve each problem. The common sum is the spot where the pirate buried his treasure. Mark the spot on the number line with an X.

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Adventure Island Count on to solve each problem. The common sum is the spot where the pirate buried his treasure. Mark the spot on the number line with an X.

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

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Count Back to Takeoff! Put 20 counters on the rocket. Count back from 20 by rolling one die and removing that number of counters.

20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0

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18 – 9 =

THINK

9+

= 18

14 – 6 =

THINK

6+

= 14

17 – 8 =

THINK

8+

= 17

15 – 7 =

THINK

7+

= 15

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18 – 8 =

THINK

8+

= 18

14 – 5 =

THINK

5+

= 14

17 – 6 =

THINK

6+

= 17

15 – 4 =

THINK

4+

= 15

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More or Less Start with the middle number. Write the numbers that are 1 more and 2 more. Then, write the numbers that are 1 less and 2 less.

–2

–1

+1

+2

+1

+2

+1

+2

7 –2

–1

10 –2

–1

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More or Less Start with the middle number. Write the numbers that are 1 more and 2 more. Then, write the numbers that are 1 less and 2 less.

–2

–1

+1

+2

+1

+2

+1

+2

8 –2

–1

11 –2

–1

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Two-Color Sums Use two different colors of counters to make each row. Then, write two addition facts that show the color amounts.

+

=10

+

=10

+

=8

+

=8

+

=12

+

=12

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Two-Color Sums Use two different colors of counters to make each row. Then, write two addition facts that show the color amounts.

+

=11

+

=11

+

=9

+

=9

+

=13

+

=13

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Dip into Dominoes Count the dots on each side of each domino. Then, write the related facts for each domino.

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Dip into Dominoes Count the dots on each side of each domino. Then, write the related facts for each domino.

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Subtraction Squares Subtract each row and then each column. Write the answers on the lines.

11 6 3 2

14 7 5 4 16 8 9 4

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Subtraction Squares Subtract each row and then each column. Write the answers on the lines.

10 4 3 2

13 8 5 4

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Jelly Bean Math Draw or cross out jelly beans in each frame to make the number.

Make

Make

9

6

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Jelly Bean Math Draw or cross out jelly beans in each frame to make the number.

Make

Make

7

8

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Guess and Check How many counters can you hold? Draw and write your estimate. Then, try it. Use the ten frames to count the counters. Write the actual number.

Estimate:

Actual:

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A Number of Ways Draw a picture of how you would model each number using base ten blocks. Write the number of tens and ones in the blanks.

39 tens

tens

42 ones

tens

ones

tens

ones

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A Number of Ways Draw a picture of how you would model each number using base ten blocks. Write the number of tens and ones in the blanks.

33 tens

tens

24 ones

tens

ones

tens

ones

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A Number of Ways Draw a picture of how you would model each number using base ten blocks. Write the number of tens and ones in the blanks.

15 tens

tens

21 ones

tens

ones

tens

ones

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Something Fishy Choose two characteristics. Write them on the lines. Sort the fish by writing their numbers in the bowls.

1

2

3

4

5

6

both

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Odd One Out Draw an X on the object in each row that does not belong.

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Quilt Patterns Put counters on the squares in each row to make a pattern that matches.

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Patterns, Patterns Circle the object that comes next in each pattern.

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A Garden of Patterns Put counters on the stems to complete each pattern.

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Copy Cat Name each pattern with the letters A and B. Then, use counters to copy the pattern.

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What color is the missing bead?

If this pattern continues, what color will the 15th bead be?

What color are the missing beads?

If this pattern continues, what color will the 12th bead be?

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Keisha’s Bracelets Keisha made two bracelets. Use counters to show each pattern.

She made an AB pattern with 4

She made an ABC pattern with 3

and 4

,3

.

, and 3

.

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Patterns Rule! Each child named the shape pattern in a different way. Explain each child’s rule.

Sara

A A

B A A B A A B

Explain Sara’s rule:

Gabe

A

B C A B C A

B C

Explain Gabe’s rule:

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Growing Patterns Finish each pattern.

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What’s the Rule? Draw what comes next in each pattern.

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Puppy Patterns Name each pattern using letters. Then, use counters to copy the pattern.

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What Comes Next? Draw the shape that comes next in each pattern. Tell whether the shape was slid, turned, or flipped.

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Bead a Pattern Put counters on the blank beads to continue each pattern.

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Going Up! Finish each pattern.

1

2

3

4

5

0

2

4

6

8

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Going Up! Finish each pattern.

1

3

5

7

9

5

6

7

8

9

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Petal Patterns Study each number pattern. Start at the dot. Write the rule.

16

2

4 6

14 12

15

10

3 5

13

8

11

10

9

7

5

60

20

30

10

50

30

25

15

40

20

1

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Petal Patterns Study each number pattern. Start at the dot. Write the rule.

24

3

26 9

21 18

6

15

12

22

14 16

24

40

20

18

10

90

50

35

15

80

60

30

20

70

25

12

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Buzzing Around Write the missing numbers in each row of flowers.

2

4

6

3

6

9 12

10 12

18 21

15 20 25

27

40

74 76 78 80

55

88

18

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Zero the Hero Write each missing number to complete the addition facts with zero.

8 + 0 =

15 +

= 15

+ 18 = 18 Thinking Kids™ Math Grade 1

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Zero the Hero Write each missing number to complete the addition facts with zero.

11 + 0 =

+ 0 = 16

0 + 20 = Thinking Kids™ Math Grade 1

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Switching and Staying Put one domino on the left-hand side of each box. Count the dots and write the numbers on the lines. Then, turn the domino and repeat.

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Bubble, Bubble Put the same color of counters on each pair of bubbles that have the same sum.

2+3

4+5

6+5

6+4 5+2

4+9 3+9

9+4

9+3

5+3

3+2

4+6

5+6

5+4

2+5

3+5

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Seesaw Sums Put counters on each side of the seesaw to test each equation. Circle the equations that are true. Cross out the equations that are not true.

5+4=6+3

5+1=4+3

4+4=5+3

4+6=2+8

3+7=8+2

2+3=6+0

1+5=3+3

6+1=3+4

2+6=5+2

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Tipping the Scales Look at the numbers below each scale. Write >, greater than

< less than

8

6+2

14

6+7

12

8+5

= equal to

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Tipping the Scales Look at the numbers below each scale. Write >, greater than

< less than

6+2

10

9+9

18

13

9+2

= equal to

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Name That Figure! Circle the word that describes each object.

cube

cone

cylinder

cylinder

sphere

sphere

cube

cone

pyramid

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Name That Figure! Circle the word that describes each object.

cone

sphere

sphere

cone

pyramid

rectangular prism

cube

cone

sphere

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Shapes Rule! Sort some counters by each rule. Then, write your own sorting rules and sort the blocks.

Straight Sides

Four Corners

Curvy Sides

More or Less Than Four Corners

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The Great Shape Sort Follow the directions.

1. Color each circle. 2. Outline each shape that has 4 sides. 3. Circle each small shape. 4. Draw an X on each square. 5. Draw a dot in each shape with 3 sides.

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Angles, Faces, and Sides Read each description. Circle the correct figure. You may circle more than one figure in each row.

six sides

two faces

no angles

six faces

three angles

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Stack and Roll Look at each figure. Decide if it will roll, stack, or do both. Circle the answer(s).

roll

stack

roll

roll

stack

stack

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Stack and Roll Look at each figure. Decide if it will roll, stack, or do both. Circle the answer(s).

roll

stack

roll

roll

stack

stack

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Shape Creations Circle the shapes needed to make each picture.

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Shape Creations Circle the shapes needed to make each picture.

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Castle Shapes Describe where each shape is using color words, shape names, and position words.

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Beth’s Beagle Follow the directions to help Beth find her dog. Write the missing words in the directions as you go. Draw an X where she finds the dog. Walk past 2 trees. Turn right and walk to the house.

Turn left and walk to the

.

Turn right and walk to the

.

Turn right and walk past the pond.

.

Turn right and walk to the Turn left and walk to the end of the garden. Turn left and walk straight to find the dog.

.

The dog is in the

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Where’s the Bear? Use numbers, letters, and shape names to describe where the bear is.

3

2

1 A

B

C

D

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Flip, Slide, and Turn! Place each block on its picture. Then, trace its flip, slide, and turn.

Shape

Flip

Slide

Turn

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Simply Symmetrical Circle the shapes and letters that have symmetry.

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Alphabet Symmetry Circle each letter of the alphabet that has symmetry. Draw Xs on the letters that do not have symmetry.

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Flipping for Letters Draw how each letter would look after a slide, a flip, and a turn.

slide

flip

turn

slide

flip

turn

slide

flip

turn

slide

flip

turn

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Find That Face! Circle the shape of the bottom face of each figure.

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Find That Face! Circle the shape of the bottom face of each figure.

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Picnic Perimeters Write how many total steps it will take for each ant to walk around his picnic blanket.

2

2

2 2 steps

2 4

2

4

2

2 1

1

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2 steps

1

1 1

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Measure It! How long is your desk? Measure it with each object. Write the numbers.

markers

pencils

paper clips

cubes

counters

sheets of paper

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Will’s Worms Will found some worms in his backyard. Use two fingers at a time to measure each worm.

two-finger widths

two-finger widths

two-finger widths

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Pencils or Cubes? Use unsharpened pencils to measure the length of each object. Then, use counters to measure the length of each object.

counters

counters

counters

counters

counters

desk

book

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Animal Measures Measure the animals in inches and centimeters. Write each measurement on the line.

inches

centimeters

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Animal Measures Measure the animals in inches and centimeters. Write each measurement on the line.

inches

centimeters

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Know Your Units Circle the unit of measurement that best measures each object.

notebook

car

inch

foot

shoe

centimeter

inch

foot

paper clip

meter

centimeter

meter

dog

inch

foot

bee

centimeter

meter

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Biggest Blankets Use counters to find the area (A) of each blanket.

A= A=

counters

counters

A=

A=

counters

A=

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Measure Up! Estimate the length of your desk. Then, measure your desk with each item.

Estimate:

paper clips long

Actual:

paper clips long

Estimate:

pencils long

Actual:

pencils long

Estimate:

paintbrushes long

Actual:

paintbrushes long

Estimate:

scissors long

Actual:

scissors long

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Ribbon Measurement Use the width of your thumb to measure the length of each ribbon.

thumbs long

thumbs long

thumbs long

thumbs long

thumbs long

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Cube Counts Measure the length of each object with counters. Write the measurement on the line.

counter(s)

counter(s)

counter(s)

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Buggy About Measurement Measure the length of each bug with paper clips. Write the measurement on the line.

The bee is about _________ paper clip long.

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Order Up! Number the events from 1 to 6 in the order in which they occur.

Eat breakfast.

Eat lunch.

Go to bed.

Go to school.

Wake up.

Eat dinner.

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The Hands of Time Draw the hands or write the numbers to show the time for each clock.

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The Hands of Time Draw the hands or write the numbers to show the time for each clock.

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Time and Time Again Read the times. Draw the hands and write the numbers for each time given.

five o’clock

one thirty

seven o’clock

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Time and Time Again Read the times. Draw the hands and write the numbers for each time given.

three thirty

eight thirty

two o’clock

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Time and Time Again Read the times. Draw the hands and write the numbers for each time given.

six o’clock

two thirty

nine o’clock

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Time and Time Again Read the times. Draw the hands and write the numbers for each time given.

four thirty

twelve thirty

one o’clock

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Elapsed Laps Read each word problem. Draw the hands on the first clock to show the start time for the swimmer’s laps. Draw the hands on the last clock to show the end time for the laps.

Start

End

Katie arrived at swim practice at 3:30. She swam her warm-up laps in 30 minutes. What time did she finish?

Start

End

Brady arrived at swim practice at 4:00. He finished his warm-up laps in 30 minutes. What time did he finish?

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End

Ethan arrived at swim practice at 3:00. He finished his warm-up laps in 30 minutes. What time did he finish?

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Elapsed Laps Read each word problem. Draw the hands on the first clock to show the start time for the swimmer’s laps. Draw the hands on the last clock to show the end time for the laps.

Start

End

Jen arrived at swim practice at 4:30. She swam her warm-up laps in 30 minutes. What time did she finish?

Start

End

Scott arrived at swim practice at 5:00. He finished his warm-up laps in 30 minutes. What time did he finish?

Start

End

Adam arrived at swim practice at 2:30. He finished his warm-up laps in 30 minutes. What time did he finish?

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Ants to Elephants Number the animals from 1 to 6 to order them from lightest to heaviest.

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frog

elephant

ant

dog

cow

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A Balancing Act Write the names of two objects or draw two objects on each scale to make the picture true.

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Sorting Styles Use buttons or counters of four different colors: blue, red, yellow, and black. Sort them into groups on the shirts by color.

blue

red

yellow

black

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Sorting Styles Use buttons or counters of at least four different colors, sizes, and materials. Sort them into groups on the shirts. Write a word on the line to describe each group.

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Shape Sorts Put counters in each box that have something in common with the shape pictured.

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Shape Sorts Put counters in each box that have something in common with the shape pictured.

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A Colorful Graph Sort a handful of counters by color. Put them in the correct rows.

red

blue

yellow

green

orange

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Pencil Poll Pictograph Jon took a poll of four friends to see how many pencils each had in his or her pencil box. Use Jon’s tally chart to draw the pencils in the graph.

James

Lisa

Tony

Anya

James

Tony

Lisa

Anya

= 1 pencil

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Balloon Poll Pictograph Jane took a poll of four friends to see how many balloons each had. Use Jane’s tally chart to draw the balloons in the graph.

Tom

Jack

Emily

Maria

Tom

Emily

Jack

Maria

= 1 balloon

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Backyard Bugs Lin counted the bugs she collected in her backyard. Draw Xs in the spaces above each bug to make a bar graph of her data.

Backyard Bugs

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Picnic Time Brian counted the items at the picnic. Draw Xs in the spaces above each item to make a bar graph of his data.

Picnic Items

10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0

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Preferred Pets Look at the results of a class survey about favorite pets. Draw smiley faces to show the data in a pictograph. Look at the key to see how many votes each smiley face stands for.

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Animal Graphs Study the graph. Answer the questions.

What do the pictures show? a. trees b. animals c. people

Write two facts from the graph.

Write a title above the graph.

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Sunny, Cloudy, or Rainy? Mr. Kent’s class kept track of the daily weather on the calendar last month. Use the calendar to answer the questions.

April Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

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2

3

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5

6

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10

11

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How many days were rainy?

How many days were cloudy but not rainy?

How many days were sunny?

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Likely or Unlikely? Circle likely or unlikely to answer each question.

If you were playing a game with this spinner, is it likely or unlikely that you would spin red?

likely

If you picked a marble out of this bag without looking, is it likely or unlikely that you would pick a red one?

unlikely

likely

unlikely

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Wishing Well Decide how likely it is that a tossed coin will land on each well. Below each well, write more likely, likely, or less likely.

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Cracker Count

Catching Fish

Cracker Count

Put the correct number of crackers on each pan. Use counters.

Put the correct number of crackers on each pan. Use counters.

Look at the number. Catch that number of fish by circling the fish in the pond.

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4

7

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even

6

even

8

even

Count the socks in each row. Write the number of socks. Then, circle even or odd.

odd

odd

odd

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7

7

Count the socks in each row. Write the number of socks. Then, circle even or odd.

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Catching Fish

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Write a number. Catch that number of fish by circling the fish in the pond.

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3

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odd

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Clip Count Make a chain with 23 paper clips. Separate the chains into groups of 10. Put each chain of 10 paper clips under tens. Put the leftovers under ones. Write the number of tens and ones and the total number of paper clips.

tens

Make a chain with paper clips. Separate the chains into groups of 10. Put each chain of 10 paper clips under tens. Put the leftovers under ones. Write the number of tens and ones and the total number of paper clips.

ones

tens

2 chains of 3 paper clips 10 paper clips

2

ten(s) and

3

one(s) is

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total

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Balloon Bunches

2 2 22

tens

ones

15

1 9 19

13

Put a counter on each balloon. Write the number of tens and ones and the total. Draw balloons to show and write the total in the last box.

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ten

Balloon Bunches

14

.

Balloon Bunches

1 7 17

1 6 16

12

Put a counter on each balloon. Write the number of tens and ones and the total. Draw balloons to show and write the total in the last box.

ten

one(s) is

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ones

ten(s) and

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Put a counter on each balloon. Write the number of tens and ones and the total. Draw balloons to show and write the total in the last box.

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Balloon Bunches

Clip Count

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ten

ones

total

1 2 12

ten

ones

total

1 7 17

ten

ones

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Pinball Numbers Write numbers to complete the chart. Use counters to help you. The first one has been done for you.

23

2 tens

46

32

78

40 6

30 2 70 8

23

ones

tens

46

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tens

+

+

32

78

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ones

tens

ones

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Peas and Carrots

Pinball Numbers

Traffic Jam

Count the peas and carrots. Circle groups of 10. Write how many tens and ones. Write the total. Then, answer the question.

Put cars on the street. Use counters. Write the missing number under each car. • A red car is 1st. • A blue car is 4th.

• A green car is 10th. • A brown car is 3rd.

• A black car is 7th. • A white car is 9th.

63

5 7

6 3

ones

tens

ones

6

50 7 60 3 +

+

57

20

2

ones is

62

peas

How can you write the total in other ways?

20

tens and

and carrots.

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tens and

12 22

ones

910 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910

ones

21

21

tens

96

8 2

ones

18

7 8

ones

17

tens

82

3 2

tens

+

4 6

ones

+

Pinball Numbers

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Traffic Jam Put cars on the street. Use counters. Write the missing number under each car. • An orange car is 2nd. • A pink car is 5th.

Speedy Snails

Speedy Snails

• A purple car is 8th. • A gray car is 6th.

Write the number on the shell or the ordinal number word on the line to show the order the snails will finish the race.

1

Write the number on the shell or the ordinal number word on the line to show the order the snails will finish the race.

3

first

second

first

2

third

first

fourth

third

4

second

third

second

fourth

fourth

5 6

8

sixth fifth

seventh

eighth

fifth

9

ninth

eighthseventh

fifteenth

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5

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11 12 13 14 15 16 21 22 23 24

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8

9 10

13 27 44 68 82

26 27 28 29 30

31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 75 76 77 78 79

71 72 73

81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100

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2

3

4

5

6

7

21 22 23 24 25 26

8

Use the hundred board to solve each problem. Circle the first number in the problem on the board. Then, draw a path on the board as you count back to subtract the second number. Draw a triangle around the answer. Write the answer to complete the number sentence.

9 10

11 76

1

51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60

2

3

4

7

6

5

8

9 10

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

69 70

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81

27 39

88 – 12 = _____ 94 – 5 = _____ 51 – 12 = _____

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61 62 63 64 65 66 67

53 89

22 – 11 = _____ 67 – 14 = _____ 36 – 9 = _____

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Square Subtraction

14 15 16 17 18 19 20

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thirteenth

25

Help the puppy count to 100. Write the number that is hidden under each object.

18 19 20

twelfth

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Puppy Playtime

Puppy Playtime

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24

Help the puppy count to 100. Write the number that is hidden under each object.

17 25 61 74 80

tenth

24

23

fourteenth

tenth

thirteenth

fifteenth

10

fourteenth

tenth

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fifth sixth

ninth

ninth

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910

7 seventh

eighth

sixth

31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90

41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50

91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100

51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100

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Shake and Spill Put 5 counters in a cup. Shake and spill them onto the page. Write 4 number sentences describing the counters.

Put 10 counters in a cup. Shake and spill them onto the page. Write 4 number sentences describing the counters.

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29

Look at the number. Put counters in the 2 flower beds to show the number. Remove the counters and draw that number of flowers.

13

29

Filling Flower Beds

Shake and Spill

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The More Door

Filling Flower Beds

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Look at the number. Put counters in the 2 flower beds to show the number. Remove the counters and draw that number of flowers.

The More Door

Draw a door around the number that is greater on each house.

Draw a door around the number that is greater on each house.

17 28 82

94 49

18 81

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90 60

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The More Door

TV Sets

The More Door

Draw a door around the number that is greater on each house.

Draw a door around the number that is greater on each house.

Read each number. Circle the correct number word. Show the number in 2 different ways using pictures, number sentences, or tally marks.

43 34

67 76

91 19

29 92

35 53

three

46 64

seven

five

nine

58 85

79 97

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nine

fifteen

eleven

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sixteen

seventeen

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16

sixteen

15

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sixteen

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Bubble Count

20

twelve

19

nineteen

Count the bubbles in each bathtub. Write the number on the line. Circle the correct number word.

twenty

ninety

39

39

four

17

seventeen

14

forty

seventy

13

thirteen

18

eighteen

thirty

four

zero

37

Count the bubbles in each bathtub. Write the number on the line. Circle the correct number word.

three

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Bubble Count

TV Sets

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fourteen

36

Read each number. Circle the correct number word. Show the number in 2 different ways using pictures, number sentences, or tally marks.

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sixteen

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Fraction Snacks

Fraction Snacks

Circle each pizza that shows equal parts.

Draw lines to divide each snack into equal parts to show the bottom number of the fraction. Draw an X on one part to show the fraction.

1 4

Draw lines to divide each snack into equal parts to show the bottom number of the fraction. Draw an X on one part to show the fraction.

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1 2

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Nest Sets

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Look at the numbers below the first and second nests. Put eggs in the nests to show the numbers use counters. Move the eggs to the last nest. Write the sum.

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43

Write the fractions of red and yellow apples in each tree.

yellow

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Apple Picking

red

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Write the fractions of red and yellow apples in each tree. The first two have been started for you.

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Nest Sets Write a number below the first and second nests. Put eggs in the nests to show the numbers use counters. Move the eggs to the last nest. Write the sum.

Count the vegetables in each row. Put a counter in each box and count on to make the sum at the end of each row.

Count the vegetables in each row. Put a counter in each box and count on to make the sum at the end of each row.

12

11

9

8

14

13

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Planting On

Planting On

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Frogs on a Log

Put 10 bears in the cave. Use counters. Roll the die and subtract that many bears. Write the number sentence. Repeat three more times.

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Bears’ Lair

Bears’ Lair Put 8 bears in the cave. Use counters. Roll the die and subtract that many bears. Write the number sentence. Repeat three more times.

49

Roll a die. Starting at 10, count back the rolled number as hops on the log. Write what you did as a subtraction fact. Repeat five more times.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

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How Many More?

Blastoff Facts

How Many More?

Count the gumballs in the pair of gumball machines. Write a number sentence to show how many more gumballs are in the first machine.

Count the gumballs in the pair of gumball machines. Write a number sentence to show how many more gumballs are in the first machine.

Write the four facts for each fact family.

6, 9,15

13 7

11 6

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5 4 9 6 2 8

3 1 4 4 3 7

4 5 9 2 6 8

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Look at the domino in each box. Each domino represents a fact family. Then, write the related facts for each fact family.

6,7,13

13 13 7 6

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Seeing Spots

Blastoff Facts

7 6 6 7

5

54

Write the four facts for each fact family.

6 7 13 13

6 9 15 15

4,8,12

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Baskets of Cherries Three children picked cherries. Add the three amounts of cherries that each child picked.

Jan

Mystery Signs

Ruby

Three children picked cherries. Add the three amounts of cherries that each child picked.

Uri

Mike

Marcia

Write + or – to make each number sentence true.

Tom 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

5 2 5 12

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Let’s Share!

Mystery Signs

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Write + or – to make each number sentence true.

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Let’s Share!

Put a counter on each acorn and each peanut. Divide each set of nuts into two equal groups so that the squirrels will have equal shares.

Put a counter on each acorn and each peanut. Divide each set of nuts into two equal groups so that the squirrels will have equal shares.

Thinking Kids’ Math

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0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

8

+

3 = 11

16

+

9=7

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Seeing Double

Roll a die and draw the dots in the box. Then, use the number to write a doubles fact number sentence. The first one has been done for you.

Count on to solve each problem. The common sum is the spot where the pirate buried his treasure. Mark the spot on the number line with an X.

Count on to solve each problem. The common sum is the spot where the pirate buried his treasure. Mark the spot on the number line with an X.

5 5 10 Answers will vary.

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

10 14 16 11 8 4 2 7

9 15 9 3

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9

THINK

9+

9

= 18

18 – 8 =

14 – 6 =

8

THINK

6+

8

= 14

14 – 5 =

17 – 8 =

9

THINK

8+

9

= 17

17 – 6 =

15 – 7 =

8

THINK

7+

8

= 15

15 – 4 =

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Flip It!

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Flip It!

Count Back to Takeoff!

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Put 20 counters on the rocket. Count back from 20 by rolling one die and removing that number of counters.

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9

THINK

5+

11

THINK

6+

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THINK

4+

10

= 18

9

= 14

11

= 17

11

= 15

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More or Less Start with the middle number. Write the numbers that are 1 more and 2 more. Then, write the numbers that are 1 less and 2 less.

–2

–1

Two-Color Sums

More or Less

+1

Start with the middle number. Write the numbers that are 1 more and 2 more. Then, write the numbers that are 1 less and 2 less.

+2

–2

–1

+1

6 7 8 9 10

–2

–2

+1

+2

–1

+1

9 10 11 12 13

–2

–2

+1

+2

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72

71

=10

+

=10

+

=8

+

=8

+

=12

+

=12

+2

11 12 13 14 15 Grade 1

+

+2

8 9 10 11 12 –1

+2

5 6 7 8 9 –1

Use two different colors of counters to make each row. Then, write two addition facts that show the color amounts.

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73

Dip into Dominoes

Dip into Dominoes

Count the dots on each side of each domino. Then, write the related facts for each domino.

Count the dots on each side of each domino. Then, write the related facts for each domino.

Two-Color Sums Use two different colors of counters to make each row. Then, write two addition facts that show the color amounts.

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+

+

=11

=9

+

=13

+

+

=11

=9

74

74

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4

6

5

3

8

3

4

7

5

6 11

4

2

6

3

5

8

4

3

7

6

5 11

6

2

4

8

3

5

7

3

4

11 5

6

6

4

2

8

5

3

7

4

3

11 6

5

75

75

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Jelly Bean Math

Subtraction Squares

Subtract each row and then each column. Write the answers on the lines.

Subtract each row and then each column. Write the answers on the lines.

11 6 5 3 2 1

14 7 7 5 4 1

10 4 6 13 8 5 3 2 1 5 4 1

8 4 4

9 3 6

7 2 5

16 8 8 9 4 5

15 7 8 9 4 5

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Draw or cross out jelly beans in each frame to make the number.

Make

78

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79 A Number of Ways

How many counters can you hold? Draw and write your estimate. Then, try it. Use the ten frames to count the counters. Write the actual number.

Draw a picture of how you would model each number using base ten blocks. Write the number of tens and ones in the blanks.

39 tens

8

Estimate:

80

80

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81

42 ones

tens

ones

Actual:

3 Thinking Kids’ Math

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Guess and Check

Jelly Bean Math

7

78

Draw or cross out jelly beans in each frame to make the number.

6

8 4 4

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Make

Make

9

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9

4

ones

tens

2

ones

82

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A Number of Ways

A Number of Ways

Draw a picture of how you would model each number using base ten blocks. Write the number of tens and ones in the blanks.

Draw a picture of how you would model each number using base ten blocks. Write the number of tens and ones in the blanks.

33 tens

24 ones

tens

15 ones

tens

Something Fishy

21 ones

tens

Choose two characteristics. Write them on the lines. Sort the fish by writing their numbers in the bowls.

1

2

3

4

5

6

ones

bo both oth

3

tens

3

2

ones

tens

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ones

83

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tens

5

2

ones

tens

1

84

83

ones

84

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Quilt Patterns

Odd One Out Draw an X on the object in each row that does not belong.

85

Patterns, Patterns

Put counters on the squares in each row to make a pattern that matches.

Circle the object that comes next in each pattern.

86

86

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87

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88

179

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A Garden of Patterns

Copy Cat

Put counters on the stems to complete each pattern.

Name each pattern with the letters A and B. Then, use counters to copy the pattern.

A B A B A B

blue blue

What color is the missing bead?

If this pattern continues, what color will the 15th bead be?

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,3

, and 3

A A

A

92

92

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B C

triangle, square, circle

93

93

Growing Patterns Finish each pattern.

blue, blue, red

B C A B C A

Explain Gabe’s rule:

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Explain Sara’s rule:

.

Gabe

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.

Sara

She made an ABC pattern with 3

91

Each child named the shape pattern in a different way. Explain each child’s rule.

green green

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Patterns Rule!

Keisha’s Bracelets

a and 4

If this pattern continues, what color will the 12th bead be?

90

Keisha made two bracelets. Use counters to show each pattern.

She made an AB pattern with 4

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What color are the missing beads?

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What’s the Rule?

What Comes Next?

Puppy Patterns

Draw what comes next in each pattern.

Name each pattern using letters. Then, use counters to copy the pattern.

Draw the shape that comes next in each pattern. Tell whether the shape was slid, turned, or flipped.

A A B A A B

turned

flipped

A B C A B C Thinking Kids’ Math

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Going Up! Finish each pattern.

1

2

3

4

5

6 7 8

1

3

5

7

9

11 13 15

0

2

4

6

8

10 12 14

5

6

7

8

9

10 1112

10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17

11 12 13 14 15

16 17 18

99

99

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97

Finish each pattern.

98

Going Up!

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Put counters on the blank beads to continue each pattern.

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flipped

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100

100

181

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Petal Patterns Study each number pattern. Start at the dot. Write the rule.

16 14 12

2

+2 10

4

15 6

13

8

11

10 60

+10

50

1

+2 9

30

30

25

40

+5

3

24 5

21

7

18

3

+3 15

6

26 9

24

12

22

12

+2 20

40 10

90

15

80

+10

101

35

60

30

+5

101

14 16

4

6

3

6

9 12 15 18 21 24 27 30

18

15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 15 74 76 78 80 82 84

20

102

90

103

103

Zero the Hero

Zero the Hero

86 88

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Write each missing number to complete the addition facts with zero.

8 10 12 14 16 18 20

2

25

Write the missing numbers in each row of flowers.

10 50

70

20

Study each number pattern. Start at the dot. Write the rule.

5 20

Buzzing Around

Petal Patterns

Switching and Staying

Write each missing number to complete the addition facts with zero.

Put one domino on the left-hand side of each box. Count the dots and write the numbers on the lines. Then, turn the domino and repeat.

8 + 0 =

15 +

8

11 + 0 =

16 + 0 = 16

0 = 15

0 + 18 = 18 Thinking Kids’ Math Grade 1

104

104

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0 + 20 = Thinking Kids’ Math Grade 1

105

105

11

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Bubble, Bubble Put the same color of counters on each pair of bubbles that have the same sum.

2+3 and 3+2 2+5 and 5+2 3+5 and 5+3 4+5 and 5+4

2+3

Put counters on each side of the seesaw to test each equation. Circle the equations that are true. Cross out the equations that are not true.

4+6 and 6+4 5+6 and 6+5 3+9 and 9+3 4+9 and 9+4

6+5

4+5

6+4 5+2

4+9 3+9

9+4

3+5

> greater than

4+6

9+3

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5+4=6+3

5+1=4+3

4+4=5+3

4+6=2+8

3+7=8+2

2+3=6+0

1+5=3+3

6+1=3+4

2+6=5+2

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13

14

> 6+7

12

< 8+5

Name That Figure! Circle the word that describes each object.

= equal to cube

cone

cone

sphere

cylinder

cylinder

sphere

cone

sphere

sphere

pyramid

rectangular prism

110

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109

Circle the word that describes each object.

= 18

110

< 10

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cube

cone

cone

pyramid

sphere

111

111

= 6+2

= equal to

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Name That Figure!

Tipping the Scales

6+2

8

108

Look at the numbers below each scale. Write >, greater than

< less than

5+3

3+2