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Tape Diagrams Part-Whole




 

Videos and solutions to help Grade 1 students learn how to recognize and make use of part–whole relationships within tape diagrams when solving a variety of problem types.

Common Core Standards: 1.OA.1

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New York State Common Core Math Module 4, Grade 1, Lesson 20, Lesson 21



Topic E: Varied Problem Types Within 20

Lesson 20 Homework

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

1. Rose has 12 soccer practices this month. Six practices are in the afternoon, but the rest are in the morning. How many practices will be in the morning?
2. Ben catches 16 fish. He puts some back in the lake. He brings home 7 fish. How many fish did he put back in the lake?
3. Nikil solved 9 problems on the first sprint. He solved 12 problems on the second sprint. How many problems did he solve on the two sprints?
4. Shanika returned some books to the library. She had 16 books at first, and she still has 13 books left. How many books did she return to the library?
Lesson 21 Homework

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

1. Fatima has 12 colored pencils in her bag. She has 6 regular pencils, too. How many pencils does Fatima have?
2. Julio swam 7 laps in the morning. In the afternoon he swam some more laps. He swam a total of 14 laps. How many laps did he swim in the afternoon?
3. Peter built 18 models. He built 13 airplanes and some cars. How many car models did he build?
4. Kiana found some shells at the beach. She gave 8 shells to her brother. Now she has 9 shells left. How many shells did Kiana find at the beach?




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