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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 29 Common Core Worksheets

**New York State Common Core Math Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 29**

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 29

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to represent pictorial decomposition and composition addition stories to 9 with 5-group drawings and equations with no unknown.

Topic F: Addition with Totals of 9 and 10

Lesson 29 Concept Development and Problem Set

Emma had 9 pennies. Show her pennies in the middle of the desk.

She wanted to use 4 of her pennies to buy some gum and 5 pennies to buy a balloon. Count and slide apart the pennies she needs to buy the gum and for the balloon. On your paper, show the number bond that tells about her pennies now.

Now slide your groups of pennies together again. How many pennies in all? Would you need to create a new number bond about what you just did? Turn and talk to your partner about your work.

Izzy had a tea party with 7 teddy bears and 2 dolls. There were 9 friends at the party. Fill in the number bond and number sentence.

Robin had 9 vegetables on her plate. She had 3 carrots and 6 peas. How many vegetables did she have in all? Draw the carrots and peas in the 5- group way. Fill in the number sentence.

Shane played with 5 toy zebras and 4 toy lions. He had 9 animal toys in all. Draw black and tan circles to show the zebras and the lions in the 5-group way. Fill in the number sentence.

Jimmy had 9 marbles. 8 were red and 1 was green. Draw the marbles in the 5-group way. Fill in the number bond and number sentence.

1. How did the number bonds help you to make your number sentences in the Problem Set?

2. How do you know where the whole or total goes in your number sentence? The parts? (Check for understanding that the sum can be represented on either side of the equation.)

3. When you drew your marbles, was it helpful to make them in the 5-group way?

4. How did circling the group of 5 help you with your counting when using 5-groups? What were your strategies?

Lesson 29 Homework

Jack found 7 balls while cleaning the toy bin. He found 6 basketballs and 1 baseball. Fill in the number sentence and the number bond.

Jack found 7 mitts and 2 bats. He found 9 things. Fill in the number sentence and the number bond.

Jack found 8 hockey pucks and 1 hockey stick. He found 9 hockey things. Draw the hockey pucks and stick in the 5-group way. Fill in the number sentence.

Jack needs a snack. He found 9 pieces of fruit. 5 were strawberries and 4 were grapes. Draw the strawberries and grapes in the 5-group way. Fill in the number sentence.

Learning Goal

I can draw pictures with 5 groups to add to 9.

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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 29 Common Core Worksheets

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 29

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to represent pictorial decomposition and composition addition stories to 9 with 5-group drawings and equations with no unknown.

Topic F: Addition with Totals of 9 and 10

Lesson 29 Concept Development and Problem Set

Emma had 9 pennies. Show her pennies in the middle of the desk.

She wanted to use 4 of her pennies to buy some gum and 5 pennies to buy a balloon. Count and slide apart the pennies she needs to buy the gum and for the balloon. On your paper, show the number bond that tells about her pennies now.

Now slide your groups of pennies together again. How many pennies in all? Would you need to create a new number bond about what you just did? Turn and talk to your partner about your work.

Izzy had a tea party with 7 teddy bears and 2 dolls. There were 9 friends at the party. Fill in the number bond and number sentence.

Robin had 9 vegetables on her plate. She had 3 carrots and 6 peas. How many vegetables did she have in all? Draw the carrots and peas in the 5- group way. Fill in the number sentence.

Shane played with 5 toy zebras and 4 toy lions. He had 9 animal toys in all. Draw black and tan circles to show the zebras and the lions in the 5-group way. Fill in the number sentence.

Jimmy had 9 marbles. 8 were red and 1 was green. Draw the marbles in the 5-group way. Fill in the number bond and number sentence.

1. How did the number bonds help you to make your number sentences in the Problem Set?

2. How do you know where the whole or total goes in your number sentence? The parts? (Check for understanding that the sum can be represented on either side of the equation.)

3. When you drew your marbles, was it helpful to make them in the 5-group way?

4. How did circling the group of 5 help you with your counting when using 5-groups? What were your strategies?

Lesson 29 Homework

Jack found 7 balls while cleaning the toy bin. He found 6 basketballs and 1 baseball. Fill in the number sentence and the number bond.

Jack found 7 mitts and 2 bats. He found 9 things. Fill in the number sentence and the number bond.

Jack found 8 hockey pucks and 1 hockey stick. He found 9 hockey things. Draw the hockey pucks and stick in the 5-group way. Fill in the number sentence.

Jack needs a snack. He found 9 pieces of fruit. 5 were strawberries and 4 were grapes. Draw the strawberries and grapes in the 5-group way. Fill in the number sentence.

I can draw pictures with 5 groups to add to 9.

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