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Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to represent pictorial decomposition and composition addition stories to 10 with 5-group drawings and equations with no unknown.

Topic F: Addition with Totals of 9 and 10

Lesson 30 Concept Development and Problem Set

Pretend your linking cubes are pears from the pear tree! How many pears do you have in all? Using your linking cubes, put 5 pears in the tree and 5 pears on the ground. Make a number bond about the pears in your picture. Use your math words to tell your partner about the pears. Can you think of a number sentence?

Now, show another pear falling out of the tree. How many cubes are in the tree now? Would your number bond change? Is there a different number sentence you would use to tell about what you just did? Talk about your ideas with your partner. (If students focus on the pears in the tree, e.g., 5 – 1 = 4, confirm that work and ask them to show a number bond or number sentence that includes all of the pears on the page.)

Fill in the number bonds and complete the number sentences.

Ricky had 10 space toys. He had 7 rockets and 3 astronauts.

Bianca had 4 pigs and 6 sheep on her farm. She had 10 animals all together.

Danica had 5 green balloons. Her friend gave her 5 blue balloons. Draw all of her balloons in the 5-group way. Fill in both number sentences.

Jason is playing with 10 bouncy balls. He has 8 on the table and 2 on the floor. Draw the bouncy balls in the 5-group way. Fill in both number sentences.

1. How did you know which were the parts and which were the wholes in your Problem Set?

2. In the Problem Set, were the parts easier for you to see in the 10-frame? Why or why not?

3. How did the number bonds help you with your number sentences?

4. What helps you most when you are writing number sentences? Do you prefer to use pictures, cubes, fingers, or number bonds?

5. Do you have any other strategies?

Lesson 30 Homework

Fill in the number bonds and complete the number sentences. Scott went to the zoo. He saw 6 giraffes and 4 zebras. He saw 10 animals all together.

Susan saw 10 animals at the zoo. She saw 5 lions and 5 elephants. Draw the animals in the 5-group way.

Make 2 groups. Circle 1 of the groups. Write a number sentence to match. Find as many partners of 10 as you can.

Draw 10 dots the 5-group way. Make 2 groups. Circle one of the groups. Write a number sentence to match your drawing.

Learning Goal

I can model decomposing 10, using number bonds, pictures, and number sentences.

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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 30 Common Core Worksheets

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 30

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to represent pictorial decomposition and composition addition stories to 10 with 5-group drawings and equations with no unknown.

Topic F: Addition with Totals of 9 and 10

Lesson 30 Concept Development and Problem Set

Pretend your linking cubes are pears from the pear tree! How many pears do you have in all? Using your linking cubes, put 5 pears in the tree and 5 pears on the ground. Make a number bond about the pears in your picture. Use your math words to tell your partner about the pears. Can you think of a number sentence?

Now, show another pear falling out of the tree. How many cubes are in the tree now? Would your number bond change? Is there a different number sentence you would use to tell about what you just did? Talk about your ideas with your partner. (If students focus on the pears in the tree, e.g., 5 – 1 = 4, confirm that work and ask them to show a number bond or number sentence that includes all of the pears on the page.)

Fill in the number bonds and complete the number sentences.

Ricky had 10 space toys. He had 7 rockets and 3 astronauts.

Bianca had 4 pigs and 6 sheep on her farm. She had 10 animals all together.

Danica had 5 green balloons. Her friend gave her 5 blue balloons. Draw all of her balloons in the 5-group way. Fill in both number sentences.

Jason is playing with 10 bouncy balls. He has 8 on the table and 2 on the floor. Draw the bouncy balls in the 5-group way. Fill in both number sentences.

1. How did you know which were the parts and which were the wholes in your Problem Set?

2. In the Problem Set, were the parts easier for you to see in the 10-frame? Why or why not?

3. How did the number bonds help you with your number sentences?

4. What helps you most when you are writing number sentences? Do you prefer to use pictures, cubes, fingers, or number bonds?

5. Do you have any other strategies?

Lesson 30 Homework

Fill in the number bonds and complete the number sentences. Scott went to the zoo. He saw 6 giraffes and 4 zebras. He saw 10 animals all together.

Susan saw 10 animals at the zoo. She saw 5 lions and 5 elephants. Draw the animals in the 5-group way.

Make 2 groups. Circle 1 of the groups. Write a number sentence to match. Find as many partners of 10 as you can.

Draw 10 dots the 5-group way. Make 2 groups. Circle one of the groups. Write a number sentence to match your drawing.

I can model decomposing 10, using number bonds, pictures, and number sentences.

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