Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 3, lesson 23 Common Core Worksheets
Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to reason to identify and make a set that has 1 more.
Topic F: Comparison of Sets Within 10
Draw 9 birds. Draw enough worms so that each bird gets one, but also draw an extra one for a snack for later. Use your ruler to match each bird to its worm. How many birds are there? Write the number. How many worms are there? Write the number. Show your picture to your friend.
How many snails?
Draw 1 leaf for every snail and 1 more. How many leaves?
How many pterodactyls? Draw 1 fish for every pterodactyl and 1 more. How many fish?
How many squirrels? Draw 1 acorn for every squirrel and 1 more. How many acorns?
Roll the die. Draw the number of dots in the first box. Then, draw a set of objects that has 1 more. Write the number in the box.
How many cats?
Draw a ball for every cat and 1 more.
How many balls?
How many elephants?
Draw a peanut for every elephant and 1 more peanut.
How many peanuts?
I can identify sets of objects that are 1 more.
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