# First Grade Math Activity Packs

### Math Pack 28 - Time to Half Hour

1. Time to Match

match digital time clocks with analog clocks, for hour time

2. Time for Ice Cream

match digital time clocks with analog clocks, for hour time

3. Time Frog

explore elapsed time (duration) by adding 1, 2 or 3 hours to an analog time and recording it as a digital time

4. Half-Timebot

explore time to the half hour by matching analog clocks with words and digital times

5. Owl Time

position hands on the owl clocks to make half-hour times

### Math Pack 29 - Partitioning Tens and Ones

1. Robot Tens and Ones

group objects into tens and partition tens and ones

2. Expander

make groups of tens and ones

partition tens and ones

record a 2 digit number as tens and ones

3. Tens and Ones Train

make groups of tens and ones

partition tens and ones

record a 2 digit number as tens and ones

4. Frame It

make numbers by partitioning with ten frame pictures

5. Tens and Ones Bingo

recognize and identify pictures of partitioned numbers (place value blocks)

### Math Pack 30 - Subtraction Problems

1. Snow Buttons

take groups of objects away to model 'take away' in subtraction

2. Bye Bye Bears

interpret pictures of subtraction situations

identify 2 parts and a total in subtraction

3. In and Out

learn that subtraction situations have 2 related subtraction facts.

4. Inside Outside

learn that subtraction situations can have 2 related subtraction facts and 2 related addition facts

5. Fact Cuties

6. identify and write the 2 addition and 2 subtraction facts for a fact family of 3 numbers

### Math Pack 31 - Reading & Writing Numbers to 100

1. Number House

trace numbers to 100

2. Match It

match number words with numerals

3. Read and Write It

read number words and write the matching numeral

4. Number Street

write numbers in counting order, starting at random positions between 31 and 100

5. Number Words

trace or write number words to match numerals

### Math Pack 32 - Doubles Strategy

1. Butterfly Doubles

recognize, solve and write double facts for facts up to 12+12

2. Near Double Bug

double numbers 1-9 and add 1 to find the total (double plus one strategy). Dot formation and numeral options provided

3. Double Towers

find and compare arrangements of squares (towers) that show doubles and near-doubles (doubles plus one). Students will build towers with blocks to match

4. Big Doubles

double multiples of ten (10-50) to find a total

5. Doubles Plus 2 Train

double numbers 1-9 and add 2 to find a total (double plus 2 strategy)

### Math Pack 33 - Counting on Strategy (addition) with 2 Digit Numbers

1. Count on by 2

count on by 2 with 2 digit numbers on a number track

2. Count on 10

use a hundreds chart to 'count on 10'

3. Count on Corners

count on by 1, 2, 10 and 20 with sections of a hundreds chart

4. Count on House

count on by 1 and 2 in both the ones and tens column of 2 digit number addition

5. Add it Up

count on by 1 and 2 in 2 digit addition algorithms

### Math Pack 34 - Subtraction (Missing Addend)

draw more hair on each kid to show the missing addend

identify the missing addend by looking at a known quantity and total

3. Missing Part

identify the missing addend by comparing a known quantity and total

4. Solve It

identify the missing subtrahends in a subtraction problem

5. Subtraction Bus

identify the missing subtrahends in a subtraction problem by reading a written subtraction story, interpreting it and modelling with plastic math bears

### Math Pack 35 - Skip Counting

1. Frogs in Twos

count by 2s to find a total. Students will discover how many repeated counts of 2 will make a total

2. Beehive Five

count by 5s to find a total. Students will discover how many repeated counts of 5 will make a total

3. Fleas in Threes

4. count by 3s to find a total. Students will discover how many repeated counts of 3 will make a total

5. Apple Tens

count by 10s to find a total. Students will discover how many repeated counts of 10 will make a total

6. Skip Strips

skip count by 2, 3, 5 and/or 10 and start at different places in the sequence

7. Skip Count Snail

skip count by 2, 3, 5 and/or 10, start at different places in the sequence and use their knowledge of skip counting to position numbers in the sequence

### Math Pack 36 - Subtraction (Comparison & Difference)

1. Let's Compare

compare 2 numbers (overlay areas) to find the difference

2. Difference

compare 2 numbers (side by side) to find the difference

3. Compare Frame

use ten/twenty/thirty frame comparison to solve subtraction

4. Apple Snacks

compare 2 numbers (side by side) to find the difference

interpret a simple subtraction story to write a subtraction problem with numbers and symbols

5. Find the Difference

compare 2 numbers (side by side) to find the difference

interpret a simple subtraction story to write a subtraction problem with numbers and symbols

### Math Pack 37 - Bridge to Ten Addition Strategy

1. Making Ten

review the combinations that make ten - 5 and 5, 6 and 4, 3 and 7, 8 and 2, 9 and 1

2. Train Add up

find two numbers that easily make 10 or 20 and put them first in an equation

3. Fill a Ten

fill a ten frame before adding the rest to learn naturally, that bridging to ten is efficient and numbers 'near to ten' should be added first

4. Domino Dots

visualise sliding dots on a domino to make a ten before finding the total

5. Fact Cards

memorize some addition facts that relate to 'bridge to ten' strategy

### Math Pack 38 - Early Division

1. Robot Split

split an array in 2 to divide

2. Equal Bus

make equal groups to divide

3. Apple Barrels

divide numbers into equal groups

4. Happy Steps

use a number line and equal units to skip count and divide

5. House of 4

divide by 4 and show a remainder

### Math Pack 39 - Comparing and Sequencing Numbers to 100

1. Biggest Number Bus

compare and identify the greatest 2 digit number in a selection of 3 numbers

2. Robot Place

make a 2 digit number and locate its position on a blank 100 chart

3. Skip Pattern

make a pattern of numbers on a hundreds chart by counting by 2, 5 or 10

4. Sequence Kids

sequence numbers in a 1 more, 1 less, 10 more, 10 less arrangement

5. Count Back Cats

count backwards by 2, 5 or 10 from a variety of starting positions

### Math Pack 40 - Count Back Strategy for Subtraction with 2 Digit Numbers

1. Count on by 2

count back by 2 with 2 digit numbers on a number track

2. Count Back 10

use a hundreds chart to 'count back 10'

3. Count Back Corners

count back by 1, 2 and 10 with sections of a hundreds chart

4. Count Back House

count back by 1 and 2 in both the ones and tens column of 2 digit number subtraction

5. Add it Up

count back by 1 and 2 in 2 digit subtraction algorithms