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Common Core Grade 1, Module 3, Topic D: Data Interpretation

Common Core Standards: 1.OA.1, 1.MD.2, 1.MD.4

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New York State Common Core Math Grade 1, Module 3, Lesson 12, Lesson 13

Lesson 12, Lesson 13 Concept Development and Homework

The class has 18 students and they wore different kinds of shoes to school on Friday. Nine students wore sneakers, six students wore sandals, and three students wore boots. Use squares with no overlaps to organize the data from the pictures. Line up your squares carefully.

2. How many fewer salad orders than hot lunch orders?

3. If 5 more students order hot lunch, how many hot lunch orders will there be?

Use the chart to answer the questions. Fill in the blanks and write a number sentence.

1. How many more students like fairy tales than science books?

2. How many fewer students like science books than picture books?

3. How many students picked fairy tales or science books in all?

4. How many more students would need to pick science books to have the same number as fairy tales?

5. If 5 more students show up late and all pick fairy tales will this be the type of book that the most students picked as their favorite? Yes or no? Use a number sentence to show your answer.