# Daily Word Problems - Level A (1st Grade)

This page has sets of Daily Math Word Problems for 1st graders. Most problems require students to perform basic addition and subtraction, but there are also occasional problems related to place value and counting money.

This file has 5 word problems, one for each day of the week. All problems require basic addition and subtraction and feature very simple vocabulary. If you prefer a full-color poster version of the problems, please click the "Alt" button below.
This file contains the next 5 word problems in the first grade set. All word problems have easy-to-read words, and require only basic addition and subtraction skills.
Solve five more simple addition and subtraction problems with simple, easy-to-read vocabulary.
Skills in this set include ordering numbers, operations, and very basic repeated addition.
Add and subtract to find the answers to math questions about hot dogs, triangles, toy cars, books, and toy tops.
These illustrated math stories require students to find simple sums and differences.
Here are five more first grade-level word problems for your students to solve.
On these worksheets, students will answer more simple word problems. These include bats, jelly jars, camping, foxes, and calendars.
Count by twos starting with 2 (2, 12, 22, 32, 42...), practice repeated addition, as well as basic addition and subtraction.
Here are five more addition/subtraction word problems for 1st graders. Themes include horses, sandcastles, pie, pirates, and kittens.
Count by 10s. Then solve four basic addition and subtraction word problems.
These daily word problems require simple addition and subtraction skills.
Use addition and subtraction to find the answers to the next 5 daily word problems. One of the problems requires two steps.
Practice important first-grade math skills with these daily word problems. This week's topics include basic addition and counting by tens.
Practice basic subtraction, skip counting, comparing numbers, and more with these word problems.
This week your students will solve the word problems using skills such as counting, adding, and subtracting.
Students will use foundational math skills to find the answers to these five daily word problems.
This week, students will practice reading tally marks on a chart, adding, subtracting, and counting.
Practice elementary math concepts such as skip counting, simple addition, place value with tens and ones, and more.
If you've been doing one of these worksheets a day, you've made it past the 100th day of school! You might notice some of the problems are getting a bit trickier as you go on. This week we'll show time on a clock, read tally marks on a chart, count by tens, and more.
Help keep your students' math skills fresh with this next set of first-grade Daily Word Problems.
Get some more daily practice with key math skills such as telling time, reading and making a tally chart, addition, and more.
With this week's word problems, students will add 3 or more numbers, show time on an analog clock, subtract, and more.
This week, students will complete a tally chart, add time and draw it on a clock, add, and subtract.
Use realistic scenarios described in these word problems to help students practice crucial elementary math skills.
Fill in a tally chart, count by tens, draw lines to divide a shape into equal parts, and practice more important math skills with this week's daily word problems.
This week your students will read and interpret a bar graph, draw time on a clock, practice their addition and subtraction skills, and more!
This week students will use logic and reasoning skills, as well as other important math skills to solve these realistic word problems.
Finish this series strong with a picture graph, time calculations, and other interesting daily word problems. If you've been doing this set in order, your students may be ready to move on to our second grade series!
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