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Comparing, ordering, addition, subtraction, simple fractions, time, money, shapes, measurements, etc.
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Place value, geometrical shapes, measurement systems, multiplication, division, fractions, probability, etc.
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Multiplication, division, probability, data in charts & graphs, applied geometry, decimals, mixed numbers, etc.
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Large numbers, fraction manipulations, statistics, data and graphs, multiplying decimals, converting measurements, etc.
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Number theory, multiplying & dividing fractions, ratio and proportions, rates and percentages, permutation & combinations, etc.
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Introduction to algebra, integers, coordinate plane, functions, ratio and proportions, polygons, data & statistics, etc.
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First Grade skills set.

Here is a list of all of the skills students learn in Grade 1. The skills are organized into categories, and
you can move your mouse over any skill name to see a sample question.

Number Concepts
 Example: Count and choosethe right number. 1)    152)    163)    174)    18 Answer: 17 Example: Which of the following option shows the number 21 in words? 1)    Two one2)    Twelve3)    Twenty4)    Twenty one Answer: Twenty one Example: 16 comes _______________ 14. 1)    before2)    after3)    between Answer: after Example: Which option makes this statement true?26 _______________ 29 1)    is greater than2)    is less than3)    is equal to Answer: is less than Example: Arrange the numbers in increasing order:23, 44, 16, 37 1)    44, 37, 23, 162)    16, 23, 37, 443)    16, 37, 23, 444)    16, 23, 44, 37 Answer: 16, 23, 37, 44 Example: Nicole and her friends were waiting in aline to get books from the school library. 13 girlswere in front of Nicole. What was her position inthe line? 1)    Twelfth2)    Thirteenth3)    Fourteenth4)    Fifteenth Answer: Fourteenth Example: 8, ___, 12, 14, ___ 1)    9, 162)    9, 183)    10, 164)    10, 18 Answer: 10, 16 Example: Follow the pattern and fill inthe missing number -12, 15, 18, ___ 1)    192)    213)    224)    24 Answer: 21

Subtraction

Geometry

Digit Places - Ones and Tens
 Example: Choose the place of theunderlined digit in the number. 1)    Ones2)    Tens Answer: Ones Example: How many tens and ones arethere in 65? 1)    5 tens 5 ones2)    5 tens 6 ones3)    6 tens 5 ones4)    6 tens 6 ones Answer: 6 tens 5 ones Example: I have a six in the ones place. I am greaterthan 80 but less than 90. What number am I? 1)    662)    683)    764)    86 Answer: 86

Money

Fractions

Time

Data and Graph

Probability
 Example: If you spin the spinner once, the outcomethat the pointer will stop on yellow is ____. 1)    certain2)    most likely3)    least likely4)    impossible Answer: certain Example: Jessica wants to make a bead necklace forher friend. She has 5 red beads, 6 pink beads and 20blue beads in a box. If she picked one bead from thebox without looking, how likely is that she picked a bluebead from the box? 1)    Certain2)    Most likely3)    Least likely4)    Impossible Answer: Most likely Example: Steven and his friends were playing with thespinner shown below. If Steven spins the spinner once,how likely is that the pointer will stop on yellow? 1)    Certain2)    Most likely3)    Least likely4)    Impossible Answer: Least likely Example: Choose "True" or "False": If you spin the spinnergiven below once, it is impossible that the pointer will stopon red. 1)    True2)    False Answer: True

Measurement

Multiplication
 Example: How many dots are there inall in the picture given below? 1)    32)    63)    94)    12 Answer: 9 Example: Choose "True" or "False": 3 times 2 = 2 + 2 + 2 1)    True2)    False Answer: True Example: 3, 6, 9, __         1)    102)    113)    124)    15 Answer: 12 Example: 2 groups of _____ candies = 4 candies 1)    12)    23)    34)    4 Answer: 2 Example: James bought 2 packs of pencils before hisschool year started. If each pack had 4 pencils,how many pencils did James buy in all? 1)    62)    73)    84)    10 Answer: 8

Division
 Example: How many groups of 2 stars each can bemade from the stars shown below in the figure? 1)    22)    43)    54)    6 Answer: 4 Example: Divide 4 by 1        1)    12)    23)    44)    5 Answer: 4 Example: Divide 2 by 2        1)    12)    23)    44)    6 Answer: 1 Example: How many 2's are there in 6? 1)    22)    33)    44)    5 Answer: 3 Example: Julia baked 9 cookies for her friends. Shewants to put equal number of cookies in 3 packs.How many cookies will she put in each pack? 1)    22)    33)    44)    12 Answer: 3