1st-grade math worksheets: Numbers and Numbers Names (pdf)

In 1st-grade mathematics, kids learn numbers and numbers names up to 100. As you already know that number is an arithmetical value that represents a specific quantity. The numbers are widely used in counting and while making calculations. 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,…. etc are numbers.

These numbers are dedicatedly taught in every school to build the basics about numbers systems. Kids learn these numbers and number names in schools through various activities in a fun way that helps to improve their basic skills of numbers. So in these 1st-grade math worksheets, we will explore more about the numbers, their names while solving the below-mentioned problems in the worksheet.

Numbers for grade 1

Note that the worksheet can be easily converted into pdf using the button provided at the end of the numbers worksheet. So, let’s dive into the worksheet.

Q1. Write the numeral in words

47 
38 
56 
72 
89 
64 
81 
95 

Q2. Substitute the proper numeral for the given word.

Forty-five 
Fifty three 
Seventy six 
Eighty eight 
Sixty one 
Fifty nine 
Ninety five 
Thirty two 

Q3. Write the numbers/numerals from 51 to 80 in the given number table

51     
      
      
      
     80

Q4. Circle the biggest number in the each row given below.

51          68          42          71          38          66
77          34          65         81          52          90
64          43          95         61          73         44
88          53          32         44          61         77
70          34          29          41          51        20
62          35          24          49          57        68
20          30          50          10          70         60
45          55         25         65          95         75

Q5. Arrange the following numbers in the increasing order.

Arrange the numbers in increasing order

Q6. Write the number that comes after the given number

40 
76 
65 
78 
88 
99 
61 
81 
72 

Q7. Write the numeral what comes before the given number

 71
 59
 64
 92
 53
 76
 88
 90
 49
 27
 97

Q8. Count the numbers in two’s and fill the given spaces.

66       68         ___          ___       ___
55       57         ___          ___       ___
80       82         ___          ___       ___
77       79         ___          ___       ___
25       27        ___          ___        ___
85       87        ___          ___        ___
33       35        ___          ___        ___
93       95        ___          ___        ___

Q9. Match the numbers with their number names.

Q10. Write the number that comes after and before the given number

          53 
          49 
          68 
          89 
          57 
          40 
          99 
          65 
          82 

Q11. Arrange the given numbers in decreasing order.

63, 98, 97, 45, 64-  __, __, __, __,__
82, 68, 91,54, 60, – __, __, __, __, __
77, 45, 87,32, 69, – __,__,___,__,__
49, 47, 67, 72, 26 – __,__,___,___,__
38, 51, 59, 68, 47 – __,__,___,__,___
39, 42, 51, 64,57 – __,__,___,___,__
66, 55, 88, 22, 77 – __,__,___,___,__
34, 64, 94, 52, 21- __,___,___,___,___
72, 60, 31, 55, 39 – __,___,___,___,___
51, 62, 74, 22, 93 – __,___,___,___,___

Q12. Circle all the even numbers that you find in the given table

20,              35,            51,            62   
47,               33,           67,            88
52,               44,           81,            63
15,                 5,           20,             8
18,                15,           11,            23
20,                39,            41,            48

Q13. Count the numbers backwards and write from 60 to 41

60    
     
     
    41

Q14. Write the numbers counting backward by twos.

72       
55    

Q14. Write the numbers counting backward by 3’s.

65    
29    

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Manasi Dey

Well, I am a Science Graduate, currently a housewife and mother of two. While helping my kids with their studies I find that schools are providing very few worksheets for practice at home which is not sufficient for the kids to think beyond the boundary. For better development and depth on each subject students should practice more and more worksheets or question papers. I am sure other parents also experienced the same problem. So through this website, I plan to provide various worksheets on different subjects to help interested kids, parents, and teachers.

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