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Dynamic Worksheets are those that will regenerate unique worksheets each time you click 'generate new worksheet'.
Always remember that grade levels are not absolutes. Some kindergarten children will find the Grade One worksheets useful as will some Grade Two students. Use your judgment! Read the short description on teaching grade one math skills if you are confused as to the purpose of any of the pages. The worksheets are organized by level from easiest to most difficult.
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ADDITION SUBTRACTION OTHER CONCEPTS
LEVEL ONE: Tens Chart - Fill in the missing numbers in the 1's, 10's, 20's, or ... up to 100
LEVEL TWO: Hundreds Chart - Fill in the missing numbers between 1 and 100
LEVEL THREE: Greater Than/Less Than activities 0 to 9 -- (check Grade 2 for 0 to 100)
LEVEL FOUR: add and subtract two numbers from 0 to 10
LEVEL FIVE: add a column of three numbers (the first number is always "1") -- helps them learn to
"carry the one" which they'll need in future levels.
LEVEL SIX: add and subtract one number from 10 to 19 and one number from 0 to 9
LEVEL SEVEN: magic squares - add or subtract across and down to see the relationships in addition and subtraction. Great self-checking
review (the sums of the answers across = the sums of the answers down making it possible for the children to check their own answers)
LEVEL EIGHT: Addition and Subtraction tables (add or subtract a number from a table of 4 different numbers)
LEVEL NINE: Addition and Subtraction number sentences. Fill in the + or - sign to complete the single digit problems.