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Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to represent decomposition and composition addition stories to 8 with drawings and equations with no unknown.

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

Lesson 15 Concept Development and Problem Set

You are having a party! You get 8 presents. Two presents have stripes, and 6 presents have polka dots. Draw the presents, and write the number sentences two different ways on your personal board.

Fill in the number sentences.
There are 8 fish. There are 4 striped fish and 4 goldfish.

There are 8 shapes. There are 5 triangles and 3 diamonds.

There are 8 flowers. Some flowers are yellow and some flowers are red. Draw a picture to go with the story.

1. In the Problem Set, how many yellow and red flowers did you draw? What did your number sentence look like?
2. Look for a partner whose flowers look different from yours. Talk about how they are different.
3. How many different partners did we find to make 8 today? (Count equations on the board. If students try to count equations like 6 + 2 = 8 and 2 + 6 = 8 twice, talk about how one set of partners can make two different equations.)
4. How do the number sentences on the board look similar?
5. How are they different?
6. What if we would have played the gravity game with only 7 cubes?

Lesson 15 Homework

There are 8 trees. 5 are palm trees and 3 are apple trees. Fill in the number sentences and the number bond.

There are 8 trees. 4 are oak trees and 4 are spruce trees. Fill in the number sentences and the number bond.

Learning Goal

I can decompose and compose numbers to 8, using drawings and number sentences.

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