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The end of the year can be so hard.  Student focus is at an all-time low and your brain is whirling with all of the things that have to be done in order to wrap up another school year.  But school isn't over and its a great time to review the concepts from the year in order to solidify learning.  This first-grade math review is just what you need.

math review for first grade

It's Fiesta Time!

I'm from Texas, and in Texas, we love a good fiesta.  That's Texan {Spanish really} for a good ol' party!  Why not share some fiesta fun with your first graders.  I think math is a great reason for a party and if you offer your students the choice between a math assignment or a math party I'm pretty sure they will choose the party too!

This resource was designed to be a fun and engaging end-of-the-year activity.  You know that time of the year when students are getting a little antsy and it's harder and harder to get them to focus?  Yep - that time of the year when we need to pull out something extra special to keep them going.  Well here is that extra special - it's a First Grade Math Fiesta!  Just the excuse you need for a party!

Balloons, streamers, and banners are optional - but boy would they add to the fun atmosphere!  I know I'd have more fun doing math or anything for that matter in a fiesta environment!  If you'd like to set the stage for your math party just check out this great kit with everything you would need to create a classroom Fiesta! {These links are affiliate links which means I might get a small commission from Amazon - but your price doesn't change!}

And to kick off or finish up your math fiesta - these are some super cute photo booth props that I know your kids would LOVE!

Obviously, you want to take out the margarita and tequila props.  Maybe save those for the teacher's lounge.  :-) The props and decorations might not be necessary but the Math Fiesta is!

First Grade Math Fiesta

The First Grade Math Fiesta is a year-end review of all first-grade math standards.  This resource gives you everything you need, and more, to review the skills and give students a chance to practice them again too!  Did I mention that every.single.standard is covered in this resource!  

The First Grade Math Fiesta covers:
  • All Operations and Algebraic Thinking standards
  • All Number and Operations in Base Ten standards
  • All Measurement and Data standards
  • All Geometry standards
Each of those broad categories is a unit in this first-grade math review resource.  This makes it super easy for you to find what you need when you need it.  It's also really easy to see related skills together and choose the best review activities for your students.

First Grade Fiesta


While designed as a year-end review, this resource could easily be used all year long as a supplement to your math curriculum.  Need extra practice on a skill?  No problem!  Need some reteaching activities or intervention resources?  No problem!  The First Grade Math Fiesta is filled with lots of great teaching tools and student practice.

Review Teaching Tools

For each math standard, you receive a full-color teaching sheet that is perfect for projecting or viewing on the SmartBoard.  You could also use them as guides for small group instruction.  These teaching sheets give practice problems and tips for solving.  They are a great way to remind students of the math steps and strategies they have learned.  It's also a great guided practice activity to do together.  

First Grade math with teaching tools


First Grade Math Teaching page


Student Practice 

Each standard also includes student practice pages that are great for whole-class independent practice, morning work, math centers, small group instruction, or even intervention.  These pages don't have all the color and graphics which make them great for printing and copying. 
First Grade math students pages


First Grade Math student pages


First Grade math students pages


Easy Differentiation

In addition to having practiced for every standard, it makes the ability to differentiate so easy.  Many of the math standards build on one another.  So give students review and practice on the highest related skill that they can work at.  This keeps every child challenged without being frustrated.  If a student is ready and able to work on addition with 3 numbers then challenge them there.  But if a student is struggling with addition, challenge them with addition of 2 numbers.  Both students will be working on the same important math skill.

First grade math Google Slides


First grade math students pages


First grade student spractice



Are you struggling Are you struggling to find digital resources for online learning or in the classroom.  The whole unit is now DIGITAL for use with Google Slides!  If you have already purchased the printable version, you may download and get the fully updated unit including a Google Drive version.  Each Google Slides unit has a student directions page to aid in learning the different actions that may be made on each slide. 

First grade math students pages

Student Directions

First Grade geometry unit


First grade math review student sheets


All printable version pages are also still available.  

It's Fiesta Time!

Give the First Grade Math Fiesta a try.  Your students will love the change of pace and you'll love knowing that the end of your year is filled with Easy Prep, Standards-Based Math.  

First Grade Fiesta Bundle

Standards based math review for first grade - includes teaching tools and practice for all math standardsStandards based math review for first grade - includes teaching tools and practice for all math standards

I hope you and your students enjoy ending the year with a math FIESTA!  If you aren't ready to party just yet - pin one of the images above to your favorite classroom Pinterest board.  That way when it's Party Time - you will be able to jump back over here to find everything you need!

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