Resources for 1st Grade Mathematicians
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Thinking about numbers using frames of 10 can be a helpful way to learn basic number facts. The four games that can be played with this applet help to develop counting and addition skills.
After Okta hides some bubbles under a shell, he then either adds more bubbles or takes some away. Students have to determine how many bubbles are left under the shell. Practice addition or subtraction facts with this site from Illuminations.
Exploring whole numbers with cubes, rods, and flats.
Addition & Subtraction
Can you click and drag the correct pipe to add to 10 and save the whale? Click the wrench to get the next problem.
Look at your target number then spin the dials to make an addition problem that equals your target. Use the Z and X keys to sping the dial on the left. Use the left and right arrow keys to spin the dial on the right. Click check when you think you have a correct problem.
There are five different levels of addition and a fun bonus activity after each level. Children must score 70% or greater to advance to the next level. Audio helps children understand how to count and play the activity. Have fun with this addition activity!
Click and drag values from stack to stack until the sums of each stack equal the target number below.
Help Little Ron move from log to log across the swamp and practice multiplication/division or addition/subtraction.
Shapes and Geometry
Click and drag the colorful polygons to create patterns and designs. To create a new picture just click on the Refresh button.
From the National Library of Virtual Manipulatives.
"Quilters and other designers sometimes start by producing square patches with a pattern on them. These square patches are then repeated and connected to produce a larger pattern. Create your own patch using the shapes in the tool below.
Look at the coins and add them up. Enter your answer on the keypad then click the check box to see if you are correct.