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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 1, lesson 31 Common Core Worksheets

**New York State Common Core Math Kindergarten, module 1, lesson 31**

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 1, lesson 31

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to arrange, analyze, and draw 1 more up to 10 in configurations other than towers.

Topic G: One More Than with Numbers 0 to 10

Lesson 31 Concept Development and Problem Set

Caleb had a plate of 7 oranges to share with his friends. Draw the oranges. Draw 1 more orange in case someone is extra hungry. How many oranges are on the plate? Write the number. Tell your friend: There were 7 oranges. One more is ( .)

Color and count the empty circles orange. Count the grey circles and write how many grey circles in the box.

Color and count the white circles blue. Draw 1 more, and count all the circles. Write how many.

What do you notice about the first three circular configurations? Lead discussion so students see that all of the yellow circles are 5. How can this help with counting?

How did you count the scattered configurations?

What do you notice about the circles you colored yellow? How did this help you count?

What did you notice on the second Problem Set when you added 1 more?

Tell your partner how many you counted in each problem. What happened when you added 1 more?

Why was it so easy to count the cubes on our bracelets? How did the colors of the cubes help us? Lead them to mention number conservation from linear to other configurations. Help them to notice that identifying the groups of 5 within the sets was very helpful in counting.

Lesson 31 Homework

Draw one more square. Color all the squares, and write how many.

Draw one more cloud. Color all the clouds and write how many.

Learning Goal

I can build objects to 10.

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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 1, lesson 31 Common Core Worksheets

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 1, lesson 31

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to arrange, analyze, and draw 1 more up to 10 in configurations other than towers.

Topic G: One More Than with Numbers 0 to 10

Lesson 31 Concept Development and Problem Set

Caleb had a plate of 7 oranges to share with his friends. Draw the oranges. Draw 1 more orange in case someone is extra hungry. How many oranges are on the plate? Write the number. Tell your friend: There were 7 oranges. One more is ( .)

Color and count the empty circles orange. Count the grey circles and write how many grey circles in the box.

Color and count the white circles blue. Draw 1 more, and count all the circles. Write how many.

What do you notice about the first three circular configurations? Lead discussion so students see that all of the yellow circles are 5. How can this help with counting?

How did you count the scattered configurations?

What do you notice about the circles you colored yellow? How did this help you count?

What did you notice on the second Problem Set when you added 1 more?

Tell your partner how many you counted in each problem. What happened when you added 1 more?

Why was it so easy to count the cubes on our bracelets? How did the colors of the cubes help us? Lead them to mention number conservation from linear to other configurations. Help them to notice that identifying the groups of 5 within the sets was very helpful in counting.

Lesson 31 Homework

Draw one more square. Color all the squares, and write how many.

Draw one more cloud. Color all the clouds and write how many.

I can build objects to 10.

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