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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 12 Common Core Worksheets

**New York State Common Core Math Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 12**

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 12

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to use the 5-groups to represent the 5 + n pattern to 8.

Topic B: Decompositions of 6, 7, and 8 into Number Pairs

Lesson 12 Concept Development and Problem Set

5 bees were buzzing around a tasty flower. Draw the flower and the bees. 2 more bees came to join them. Draw the new hungry bees.

We had 5 bees. Now we have 2 more bees! Use your picture to show how many bees are enjoying the flower together. Talk to your partner about the picture. Can you write a number bond to go with the story?

5 boxes are colored. Color 3 more boxes to make 8. Complete the number bond.

5 boxes are colored. Color more boxes to make 7. Complete the number bond.

Color 6 cubes. Complete the number bond.

Draw more to make 6. Complete the number bond.

Draw more to make 7. Complete the number bond.

Draw more to make 8. Complete the number bond.

1. Look at your Problem Set. Why do we color all the cubes in one 5-group mat before coloring the cubes in the next 5-group mat?

2. Look at the last problem where you colored 8 cubes. Compare with your neighbor’s. Did you color the same cubes? Did you color 5 cubes in the top row or did you color 8 a different way? (Discuss advantages and disadvantages to the different coloring combinations.)

3. When you used your 5-group mat, was it easy to know how many cubes you had?

4. Did you have to count them all each time to know how many you had?

5. What patterns did you see in the number bonds today?

Lesson 12 Homework

Fill in the number bond to match the squares.

Color 5 squares blue in the first row.

Color 2 squares red in the second row.

Color 8 squares. Complete the number bond and sentence.

Color the sticks to match the number bond.

Color the sticks to match the number bond.

Learning Goal

I can add on to 5 groups to make numbers to 8.

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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 12 Common Core Worksheets

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 12

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to use the 5-groups to represent the 5 + n pattern to 8.

Topic B: Decompositions of 6, 7, and 8 into Number Pairs

Lesson 12 Concept Development and Problem Set

5 bees were buzzing around a tasty flower. Draw the flower and the bees. 2 more bees came to join them. Draw the new hungry bees.

We had 5 bees. Now we have 2 more bees! Use your picture to show how many bees are enjoying the flower together. Talk to your partner about the picture. Can you write a number bond to go with the story?

5 boxes are colored. Color 3 more boxes to make 8. Complete the number bond.

5 boxes are colored. Color more boxes to make 7. Complete the number bond.

Color 6 cubes. Complete the number bond.

Draw more to make 6. Complete the number bond.

Draw more to make 7. Complete the number bond.

Draw more to make 8. Complete the number bond.

1. Look at your Problem Set. Why do we color all the cubes in one 5-group mat before coloring the cubes in the next 5-group mat?

2. Look at the last problem where you colored 8 cubes. Compare with your neighbor’s. Did you color the same cubes? Did you color 5 cubes in the top row or did you color 8 a different way? (Discuss advantages and disadvantages to the different coloring combinations.)

3. When you used your 5-group mat, was it easy to know how many cubes you had?

4. Did you have to count them all each time to know how many you had?

5. What patterns did you see in the number bonds today?

Lesson 12 Homework

Fill in the number bond to match the squares.

Color 5 squares blue in the first row.

Color 2 squares red in the second row.

Color 8 squares. Complete the number bond and sentence.

Color the sticks to match the number bond.

Color the sticks to match the number bond.

I can add on to 5 groups to make numbers to 8.

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