First Grade Math Games
Welcome to the First Grade Math Games Worksheets.
You will find here a large collection of free printable math game worksheets and math for grade 1. Al the worksheets are adjusted for the first grade students. But still you can change for most of the games the difficulty level. That gives you the option to adjust the level to your students.
The worksheets are a great tool to practice the math skills with your students. But the games add a fun factor to it and require some additional skills, like logical thinking.
All the worksheets are dynamically generated, no worksheet is the same and you can download an unlimited numbers of worksheets. The answer key is also included in the printable pdf file.
Games for grade 1
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Addition squares are an excellent way to practice addition skills combined with logic thinking. These puzzles can be used in grade 1 to 6. Complete the puzzle by filling in the numbers in the empty squares, so that then rows and columns adds up with the sum printed around the puzzle.
Addition sum search a a great game to practice addition. Find connecting numbers that makes a total of the given sum. The numbers can be connected horizontally, vertically or diagonally.
The Arithmetic crossword puzzle maker creates a basic crossword worksheet for grade 1, 2, or 3. It is a puzzle with only adding and subtractions equations.
Balance the scale is a great introduction to algebra for the first grade. The goal is to make two equations on the scale has the same outcome.
Connect Four Addition is a roll the dice game to pay in with a group. One kid roll two dice. All the kids in the group add the number of the two dice. They have to cover the sum on their card. First player to get 4 in a row wins the game.
The students have to find squares that are connected and makes a sum of exactly 10.The squares can be connected horizontal, vertical or diagonal.
This is a fun game for practicing basic arithmetic operations. The kids finds on the worksheet a snake. The snake should be filled with numbers, but they are missing. They get a starting number. With this number, a given operator and operand they can calculate the next number. With is new number they can find the next number and so on, until they reached the tail of the snake.
The students have to read the clues and and find the cell in the grid. Then color the 100's chart to reveil the mystery picture.