# 1st Grade Common Core: 1.G.1

Common Core Identifier: 1.G.1 / Grade: 1
Curriculum: Geometry: Reason With Shapes And Their Attributes.
Detail: Distinguish between defining attributes (e.g., triangles are closed and three-sided) versus non-defining attributes (e.g., color, orientation, overall size); build and draw shapes to possess defining attributes.
26 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Color the triangles. Trace the triangles. Draw some triangles.
Color the hexagons. Trace the hexagons. Draw some hexagons.
Color the squares. Trace the squares. Draw some squares.
Color the trapezoids. Trace the trapezoids. Draw some trapezoids.
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Color the circles. Trace the circles. Draw some circles.
Color the octagons. Trace the octagons. Draw some octagons.
Color the rectangles. Trace the rectangles. Draw some rectangles.
On these Math Buzz worksheets, your first graders will measure a whale using non-standard units, identify solids (cones, cylinders, cubes), subtract, and identify shapes that have equal parts.
Color the cones red, the spheres blue, and the cylinders green.
In this week's worksheet set, students will practice counting by 10s (6, 16, 26, 36...), find "one more" and "one less" than a given number, write the times shown on the analog clocks (11:00 and 1:00), and illustrate a math fact family.
This week you students will decompose 2-digit numbers into 1s and 10s, draw a model to solve an addition problem, determine the number of straight sides on polygons, and continue shapes in a pattern.
Draw a model to solve an addition problem. Answer a question with tally marks. Show "one less" than the given numbers. Solve basic subtraction problems.
In this set, pupils will identify cubes, spheres, and cylinders. They will also complete an addition bar model, use non-standard units to measure a lizard, and compare two digit numbers (using <, >, and =).
Trace and color the rectangles on the castle picture.
Trace and color the squares on the window picture.
Five questions about solids that require logical thinking skills.
Trace and color the octagons on the schoolhouse windows and stop sign in this picture.
Trace and color the triangles on the sailboat picture.
Trace and color the circles on the snowman picture.
Determine whether each object is shaped like a cone, cylinder, rectangular prism, cube, or pyramid.
Look around the classroom and try to find a sphere, cube, rectangular prism, and a cylinder.
Trace and color the hexagons on the honeycomb picture.
Trace and color the ovals on the butterfly picture.
In this card game, players match up the polygon or solid shapes with their names.
Identify each shape.  Includes solid figures (3D shapes) and polygons (flat shapes).
Trace and color the trapezoids on the rocket picture.
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