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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 14 Common Core Worksheets

**New York State Common Core Math Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 14**

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 14

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to represent decomposition and composition addition stories to 7 with drawings and equations with no unknown.

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

Lesson 14 Concept Development and Problem Set

Larry the train is pulling 7 cars. Three cars are full and 4 cars are empty.

Draw the train and make a number bond about your picture. Discuss your work with your partner. Extension: Can you make a number sentence to go with your picture?

There are 7 animals. There are 5 giraffes and 2 elephants.

At the store there were 1 big bear and 6 small bears. There were 7 bears.

4 gray cubes and 3 white cubes are 7 cubes.

Color the cubes to match the cubes above. Fill in the number sentence.

1.Look at the bears on the Problem Set. How did you know where to put the 6? The 1? The 7?

Does it matter where you write the numbers for the big bear and the little bears in the number bond?

2. Look at the gray and white cubes. Is there a difference between the broken stick and the whole stick? What is the difference? What things are the same about the sticks?

3. Why do you think you and your classmates were able to find so many different number sentences for 7 in the Snap game?

4. What happens when you turn around one of the addition number sentences like I did on the board?

Lesson 14 Homework

There are 7 bears. 3 bears have bowties. 4 bears have a heart. Fill in the number sentences and the number bond.

5 bears have scarves on and 2 do not. There are 7 bears. Write a number sentence that tells about the bears.

Learning Goal

I can decompose and compose numbers to 7, using drawings and number sentences.

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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 14 Common Core Worksheets

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 14

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to represent decomposition and composition addition stories to 7 with drawings and equations with no unknown.

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

Lesson 14 Concept Development and Problem Set

Larry the train is pulling 7 cars. Three cars are full and 4 cars are empty.

Draw the train and make a number bond about your picture. Discuss your work with your partner. Extension: Can you make a number sentence to go with your picture?

There are 7 animals. There are 5 giraffes and 2 elephants.

At the store there were 1 big bear and 6 small bears. There were 7 bears.

4 gray cubes and 3 white cubes are 7 cubes.

Color the cubes to match the cubes above. Fill in the number sentence.

1.Look at the bears on the Problem Set. How did you know where to put the 6? The 1? The 7?

Does it matter where you write the numbers for the big bear and the little bears in the number bond?

2. Look at the gray and white cubes. Is there a difference between the broken stick and the whole stick? What is the difference? What things are the same about the sticks?

3. Why do you think you and your classmates were able to find so many different number sentences for 7 in the Snap game?

4. What happens when you turn around one of the addition number sentences like I did on the board?

Lesson 14 Homework

There are 7 bears. 3 bears have bowties. 4 bears have a heart. Fill in the number sentences and the number bond.

5 bears have scarves on and 2 do not. There are 7 bears. Write a number sentence that tells about the bears.

I can decompose and compose numbers to 7, using drawings and number sentences.

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