Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Fact Families

Fact Family Cards- Write the three fact family numbers on a sheet of paper with the largest at top. Cut a slit between the two on the bottom and flip them behind to find the missing number in the math fact.

Fact Family Puzzles Freebie

Fact Family Puzzles

Your students will enjoy putting the pieces of these fact families together! You can use these worksheets with your students for practice or as an assessment.

Fact Family House

Fact Family House

Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Tally to Twenty

Directions: Spin the number word spinner. Put a tally for the number word it lands on. The first number to twenty tallies wins.

Multiple representation: How it's done in first grade!

Mrs Balius's First Grade: Fly in the Math Teacher's Wall. Place Value - a Solid Foundation

Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Part Part Whole Practice

T's First Grade Class: Part Part Whole Practice- part/part/whole & number bond free ws included

Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Counting on Activities

We have been doing a lot of counting on. We started with dominos, moved to a numeral and dot dice and then rolled a dice and counte.

Mrs. T's First Grade Class - Counting On post

We have been doing a lot of counting on. We started with dominos, moved to a numeral and dot dice and then rolled a dice and counte.

First Grader...at Last!

Fact families can be pretty tricky for first graders, but there are so many great visuals to help reinforce this concept--building fact fam.

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