Find here many important first grade math concepts taught in first grade. Teachers, parents, and math tutors can also use them as a guideline to illustrate a math lesson or to teach important skills that kids are supposed to know in first grade math.
Equal parts or equal shares The orange circle has 2 equal parts. 
Arrays 
Quarter 

Closed figure All sides of a closed figure are connected. 
Hour hand The hour hand takes 1 hour to move from a number to the next. Hour or hr = 60 minutes. 
Estimate Possible answers: 15, 14, or 17 
Commutative property 


Cube: 

Start at 3 and count 2 more to reach 5. 
Number A number indicates how many or how much. A numeral is used to represent the number of objects. For example, after counting the pencils on the right, we get 4. We use the numeral 4 to represent 4 pencils. 
3dimensional shapes. 

Minute hand The minute hand takes 5 minutes to move from a number to the next. Minute = seconds. 
Different 
Counting down Start at 6 and count backward to reach 2. 
Composite shape The arrow on the right is a composite shape since it is made from 2 basic shapes ( a triangle and a rectangle) 

Expression An expression has no equal sign 
Coins 
Equation always have an equal sign. The amount on the left side is equal to the amount on the right side. 
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