These Numbers Worksheets are based on Grade Level Skill Requirements.

Numbers and operations are the very foundation of all math. Expose your child to enough practice, and the basic math concepts as well as the ability to solve problems will just becomes natural.

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**Rote count forward from 1 - 100 and backward from any number in the range of 1 - 10**

**Numerals 0 - 30**

**Order numberals 1 - 10**

**Count objects in sets**

**Compare sets up to 30**

**Describe numbers from 1 to 9 using 5 as a benchmark**

**Count by ones forward and backward from 1 - 120 starting at any number. Count by 2's 5's and 10's to 100**

**Name the number one less or one more - up to 120**

**Order objects/events using Ordinal numbers**

**Recognize numerals from 0 to 1000**

**Write, compare and order numbers to 120**

**Group numbers into Tens and Ones**

**Count by 2's, 5's and 10's**

**Classify Numbers as Odd or Even**

**Addition and Subtraction**

Represent Addition on the number line; Represent Subtraction on the number line.

Demonstrate the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction - Fact Families; Complete the number sentence.

**Add three 1 digit numbers, using commutative and associative properties of addition**

**Quick recall of addition fact to 10 and subtraction facts for sums to 18**

**Compare and sort 2D and 3D figures according to geometric attributes**

**Identify and name 2D shapes, including real world applications**

**Combine and divide known shapes into other shapes.**

**Count by ones forward and backward from 1 - 120 starting at any number. Count by 2's 5's and 10's to 100**

**Name the number one less or one more - up to 120**

**Order objects/events using Ordinal numbers**

**Recognize numerals from 0 to 1000**

**Write, compare and order numbers to 120**

**Group numbers into Tens and Ones**

**Count by 2's, 5's and 10's**

**Classify Numbers as Odd or Even**

**Addition and Subtraction**

Represent Addition on the number line; Represent Subtraction on the number line.

Demonstrate the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction - Fact Families; Complete the number sentence.

**Add three 1 digit numbers, using commutative and associative properties of addition**

**Quick recall of addition fact to 10 and subtraction facts for sums to 18**

**Compare, order and represent numbers to 10,000 using numbers and symbols**

**Rounding whole numbers**

**Accurately add and subtract whole numbers using standard algorithms.**

**Solve multi-step word problems**

**Represent, compare and order, and identify equivalent fractions with denominators 2,3,4,5,6,8,9,10,12.**

**Show Multiplication to be repeated addition, skip numbers, jumps on the number line and connect to a multiplication equation.**

**Show division to be repeated subtraction, skip numbers backwards, equal jumps on the number line and connect to a division equation.**

**Multiplication facts to 12**

**Prducts, quotients and factors**

**Multi Digit Division**

**Determine Quotients**

**Represent Addition and Subtraction**

Add and subtract decimals; Calculate common denominators and rewrite fractions; Greatest common factor; least common multiple;

Add 3 or more fractions with unlike denominators; Complete addition and subtraction sentences with fractions; Add mixed numbers and with unlike denominators; Inequalities with mixed numbers.

**Word problems Whole/Mixed/Fractions/Decimals**

**Multiply by numbers ending in Zeros (10, 100, 1000)**

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