# 1st Grade Numbers Worksheet

In 1st grade numbers worksheet we will solve the problems on before, after and between numbers, arranging in order, small to big numbers, big to small numbers, numbers in ascending and descending order, comparison of numbers, formation of numbers.

1. One more than 16 is …………

2. Which number is bigger, 29 or 92?

3. Which number is smaller, 36 or 63?

4. What comes between 79 and 81?

5. 6 tens and 4 ones make.

6. 56 is ………… tens and ………… ones.

7. Place value of 8 in the number 81 is …………

8. How many digits will be there in 10 more than 7?

9. How many tens make 70?

10. What is the face value of 6 in 63?

11. Look at the key and color the caterpillar.

12. Complete the number grid.

(i) 11  ▢  ▢  14  ▢  ▢  ▢  ▢  ▢  20

(ii) 76  ▢  ▢  ▢  ▢  81  ▢  ▢  ▢  ▢

13. Lets write the number which come before, after and in between of given numbers.

 After Before In Between 8 _____12 _____18 _____90 _____ _____ 9 _____ 24 _____ 84 _____ 98 27 _____ 2945  _____ 4755 _____ 5779 _____ 81

14. Write the numerals for the following:

 (i) Twenty-four(ii) Sixty(iii) Thirty-seven(iv) Eighty-one(v) Seventy-two(vi) Ninety-eight(vii) Eighteen(viii) Sixty-eight(ix) Fifty(x) Fourteen ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

15. Write the number names for the following:

 (i) 52(ii) 61(iii) 78(iv) 45(v) 36(vi) 58(vii) 12(viii) 65(ix) 84(x) 60 ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Numbers and Number Names

16. Write the missing numbers and number names.

(i) three     _______________

(ii) 56     _______________

(iii) sixty-one      _______________

(iv) eleven     _______________

(v) 19    _______________

(vi) sixty-seven     _______________

(vii) 23     _______________

(viii) seventy-two     _______________

(ix) twenty-seven     _______________

(x) seventy-six     _______________

(xi) thirty-four    _______________

(xii) 80     _______________

(xiii) 39     _______________

(xiv) 81     _______________

(xv) 40     _______________

(xvi) eighty-eight     _______________

(xvii) 45     _______________

(xviii) 90     _______________

(xix) forty-eight     _______________

(xx) 99    _______________

(xxi) 52     _______________

(xxii) 100     _______________

17. What comes before?

(i)   ▢     23     24

(ii)  ▢     36     37

(iii) ▢     68     69

(iv) ▢     50     51

(v)  ▢     56     57

(vi) ▢     98     99

18. What comes after?

(i)   29     30     ▢

(ii)  13     14     ▢

(iii) 98     99     ▢

(iv) 59     60     ▢

(v)    9     10     ▢

(vi) 26     27     ▢

19. What comes in between?

(i)    29     ▢     31

(ii)   43     ▢     45

(iii)  46     ▢     48

(iv)  20     ▢     22

(v)   34     ▢     36

(vi)  30     ▢     32

20. How many tens and ones are there in the following numbers? One has been done for you:

(i) 45 = 4 tens and 5 ones

(ii) 73 = ___________________

(iii) 56 = ___________________

(iv) 20 = ___________________

(v) 84 = ___________________

(vi) 99  = ___________________

21. Complete the following. One has been done for you:

(i) 2 tens and 3 ones =  23

(ii) 3 tens and 6 ones = _____

(iii) 8 tens and 3 ones = _____

(iv) 7 tens and 4 ones = _____

(v) 5 tens and 5 ones = _____

(vi) 7 tens and 9 ones = _____

22. Write the number.

(i) 3 tens and 5 ones = _____

(ii) 7 tens and 7 ones = _____

(iii) 4 tens and 6 ones = _____

(iv) 1 ten and 1 one = _____

(v) 6 tens and 0 one = _____

(vi) 8 tens and 1 one = _____

(vii) 2 tens and 9 ones = _____

(viii) 5 tens and 2 ones = _____

23. Write the tens and the ones.

(i) 65 = _____ tens and _____ ones

(ii) 42 = _____ tens and _____ ones

(iii) 71 =  _____ tens and _____ ones

(iv) 33 =  _____ tens and _____ ones

(v) 88 =  _____ tens and _____ ones

(vi) 50 =  _____ tens and _____ ones

(vii) 93 =  _____ tens and _____ ones

(viii) 12 =  _____ tens and _____ ones

24. Write the numbers shown in the abacus:

25. Draw beads in the abacus to show the given number.

26. Fill in the correct number in the boxes.

(i)

 __________ is greater than __________

(ii)

 __________ is smaller than __________

27. Count and write the number that comes after the given number.

 (i) The number after ….. is ….. (ii) The number after ….. is …..

28. Arrange the numbers in ascending order: 31   45   36   33   39

29. Arrange the numbers in descending order: 35   39   41   44   38

30. Com the following pairs of number and insert > or < sign.

(i) 67 ………… 32

(ii) 91 ………… 99

31. Write all possible numbers using the given digits in each set. The digits can be repeated.

(i) 4, 8

(ii) 8, 9

Answers for 1st Grade Numbers Worksheet are given below to check the exact answers of the questions.

Answer:

1. 17

2. 92

3. 36

4. 80

5. 64

6. 5 tens and 6 ones.

7. 80

8. 2-digits

9. 7

10. 6

11.

12. (i) 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19

(ii) 77, 78, 79, 80, 82, 83, 84, 85

13.

 After Before In Between 8  912  1318  1990  91 8  9 23  24 83  84 97  98 27  28  2945   46  4755  56  5779  80  81

14. (i) 24

(ii) 60

(iii) 37

(iv) 81

(v) 72

(vi) 98

(vii) 18

(viii) 68

(ix) 50

(x) 14

15. (i) fifty two

(ii) sixty one

(iii) seventy eight

(iv) forty five

(v) thirty six

(vi) fifty eight

(vii) twelve

(viii) sixty five

(ix) eighty four

(x) sixty

16. (i) 3

(ii) fifty six

(iii) 61

(iv) 11

(v) nineteen

(vi) 67

(vii) twenty three

(viii) 72

(ix) 27

(x) 76

(xi) 34

(xii) eighty

(xiii) thirty nine

(xiv) eighty one

(xv) forty

(xvi) 88

(xvii) forty five

(xviii) ninety

(xix) 48

(xx) ninety nine

(xxi) fifty two

(xxii) hundred

17.

(i)   22     23     24

(ii)  35     36     37

(iii) 67     68     69

(iv) 49     50     51

(v)  55     56     57

(vi) 97     98     99

18.

(i)   29     30     31

(ii)  13     14     15

(iii) 98     99     100

(iv) 59     60     61

(v)    9     10     11

(vi) 26     27     28

19.

(i)    29     30     31

(ii)   43     42     45

(iii)  46     47     48

(iv)  20     21     22

(v)   34     35     36

(vi)  30     31    32

20. (ii) 73 = 7 tens and 3 ones

(iii) 56 = 5 tens and 6 ones

(iv) 20 = 2 tens and 0 one

(v) 84 = 8 tens and 4 ones

(vi) 99  = 9 tens and 9 ones

21. (ii) 3 tens and 6 ones = 36

(iii) 8 tens and 3 ones = 83

(iv) 7 tens and 4 ones = 74

(v) 5 tens and 5 ones = 55

(vi) 7 tens and 9 ones = 79

22. (i) 3 tens and 5 ones = 35

(ii) 7 tens and 7 ones = 77

(iii) 4 tens and 6 ones = 46

(iv) 1 ten and 1 one = 11

(v) 6 tens and 0 one = 60

(vi) 8 tens and 1 one = 81

(vii) 2 tens and 9 ones = 29

(viii) 5 tens and 2 ones = 52

23. (i) 65 = 6 tens and 5 ones

(ii) 42 = 4 tens and 2 ones

(iii) 71 = 7 tens and 1 ones

(iv) 33 = 3 tens and 3 ones

(v) 88 = 8 tens and 8 ones

(vi) 50 = 5 tens and 0 ones

(vii) 93 = 9 tens and 3 ones

(viii) 12 = 1 tens and 2 ones

24. (i) 23

(ii) 57

(iii) 35

25.

26.
(i) 9 is greater than 5

(ii) 8 is smaller than 10

27. (i) The number after 35 is 36.

(ii) The number after 47 is 48.

28. 31   33   36   39   45

29. 44   41   39   38   35

30. (i) 67 > 32

(ii) 91 < 99

31. (i) 44, 48, 84, 88

(ii) 88, 89, 98, 99

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