Getting kids used to math in school can be difficult, and it’s also hard to find ways to make it fun! In this post, we have free math sheets for 1st graders to use. These can be used if you’re homeschooling and need some help figuring out what they should be learning in 1st grade math. These worksheets focus specifically on addition. However, we have some other resources at the end of this post that highlight other math skills 1st graders should be working on!

If you need more math sheets for your 1st grader, check out this post, which also has answer sheets attached! If you have a kindergartener (or your 1st grader is not quite at the level of these worksheets), check out this post with worksheets for kindergarten! Is your child more advanced in some skills? If so, you can even start working on 2nd grade math!

## Double digit addition

1st graders should also be working on double digit addition. This sheet keeps the complexity of adding numbers with double digits, but with some support for your kid! The numbers are set up in columns to make it easier to visualize. None of the sums go above 100, and there is no carrying of numbers. This is an easy way to introduce kids to adding bigger numbers.

## Counting by 10s

Counting items in groups of 10 is a great practice for kids, and adults use it a lot in everyday life! This worksheet helps kids learn this skill by having them circle around groups of 10 squares, and then counting them. You can use objects in your house to practice this same skill.