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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 13 Common Core Worksheets

**New York State Common Core Math Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 13**

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 13

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to Represent decomposition and composition addition stories to 6 with drawings and equations with no unknown.

Topic C: Addition with Totals of 6, 7, and 8

Lesson 13 Concept Development and Problem Set

Four silly seals were splashing in the water. Show the silly seals with your linking cubes. Two more silly seals came to splash. Show the new seals. How many silly seals are splashing in the water now?

Use your cubes and talk to your partner about the seals. Can you write about the silly seals in a number bond?

Fill in the number bond and number sentences.

There are 6 corn stalks. 5 corn stalks are in the first row. 1 corn stalk is in the second

There are 6 cars on the road. 2 cars are big and 4 are small.

3 geckos have black spots and 3 geckos have no spots. There are 6 geckos.

There are 6 monkeys. 4 monkeys are swinging on the tree, and 2 monkeys are taking a nap. Draw a picture to go with the story.

1.Look at the corn stalk problem. Did your number bond match your neighbors’?

2. How did your drawings help you to make your number sentences?

3. How did the number bond help you to make your number sentence? How are number bonds and number sentences alike, or similar?

4. Does it matter if you put the parts first or the whole first in a number sentence?

5. Did you notice anything special about the parts in the gecko problem? (The parts were the same.) How do you know which part shows the spotted geckos? Does it matter?

6. Think back to our silly seals. Can you think of a number sentence to describe them?

Lesson 13 Homework

There are 6 animals. 4 are tigers and 2 are lions.

Fill in the number sentence and the number bond.

There 3 are monkeys and 3 elephants. All 6 animals are going into the circus tent. Fill in the number sentence and the number bond.

Learning Goal

I can decompose and compose numbers to 6, using drawings and number sentences.

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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 13 Common Core Worksheets

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 13

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to Represent decomposition and composition addition stories to 6 with drawings and equations with no unknown.

Topic C: Addition with Totals of 6, 7, and 8

Lesson 13 Concept Development and Problem Set

Four silly seals were splashing in the water. Show the silly seals with your linking cubes. Two more silly seals came to splash. Show the new seals. How many silly seals are splashing in the water now?

Use your cubes and talk to your partner about the seals. Can you write about the silly seals in a number bond?

Fill in the number bond and number sentences.

There are 6 corn stalks. 5 corn stalks are in the first row. 1 corn stalk is in the second

There are 6 cars on the road. 2 cars are big and 4 are small.

3 geckos have black spots and 3 geckos have no spots. There are 6 geckos.

There are 6 monkeys. 4 monkeys are swinging on the tree, and 2 monkeys are taking a nap. Draw a picture to go with the story.

1.Look at the corn stalk problem. Did your number bond match your neighbors’?

2. How did your drawings help you to make your number sentences?

3. How did the number bond help you to make your number sentence? How are number bonds and number sentences alike, or similar?

4. Does it matter if you put the parts first or the whole first in a number sentence?

5. Did you notice anything special about the parts in the gecko problem? (The parts were the same.) How do you know which part shows the spotted geckos? Does it matter?

6. Think back to our silly seals. Can you think of a number sentence to describe them?

Lesson 13 Homework

There are 6 animals. 4 are tigers and 2 are lions.

Fill in the number sentence and the number bond.

There 3 are monkeys and 3 elephants. All 6 animals are going into the circus tent. Fill in the number sentence and the number bond.

I can decompose and compose numbers to 6, using drawings and number sentences.

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You can use the free Mathway calculator and problem solver below to practice Algebra or other math topics. Try the given examples, or type in your own problem and check your answer with the step-by-step explanations.

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