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Videos, examples, and solutions to help Grade 1 students learn how to solve compare with bigger or smaller unknown problem types.



 

Common Core Standards: 1.OA.1

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New York State Common Core Math Grade 1, Module 6, Lessons 2

Worksheets for Grade 1, Module 6, Lesson 2

Topic A: Comparison Word Problems

Lesson 2 Homework

Read the word problem.
Draw a tape diagram or double tape diagram and label.
Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story.

1. Kim went to 15 baseball games this summer. Julio went to 10 baseball games. How many more games did Kim go to than Julio?

2. Kiana picked 14 strawberries at the farm. Tamra picked 5 fewer strawberries than Kiana. How many strawberries did Tamra pick?

3. Willie saw 7 reptiles at the zoo. Emi saw 4 more reptiles at the zoo than Willie. How many reptiles did Emi see at the zoo?

4. Peter jumped into the swimming pool 6 times more than Darnel. Darnel jumped in 9 times. How many times did Peter jump into the swimming pool?

5. Rose found 16 seashells on the beach. Lee found 6 fewer seashells than Rose. How many seashells did Lee find on the beach?

6. Shanika got 12 cards in the mail. Nikil got 5 more cards than Shanika. How many cards did Nikil get?



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