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New York State Common Core Math Grade 1 Module 1, Lesson 30
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Worksheets, solutions and videos to help Grade 1 students learn how to solve add to with change unknown math stories with drawings, relating addition and subtraction.

Common Core Standards: 1.OA.1, 1.OA.4, 1.OA.5, 1.OA.8

NYS Math Module 1, Grade 1, Lesson 30

Lesson 30 Concept Development

Lesson Goal: I can use picture number bonds to model parts of a whole amount.
Lesson 30 Problem Set

Solve the math stories. Complete and label the number bond and the picture number bond. Lightly shade in the solution.
1. Jill was given a total of 5 flowers for her birthday. She put 3 in one vase and the rest in another vase. How many did she put in the other vase?
2. Kate and Nana were baking cookies. They made 5 heart-shaped cookies and then made some square cookies. They made 8 cookies altogether. How many square cookies did they make? Draw and solve.

Solve. Complete and label the number bond and the picture number bond. Circle the unknown number.
3. Bill has 2 trucks. His friend, James came over with some more. Together they had 6 trucks. How many trucks did James bring over?
4. Jane caught 5 fish before she stopped to eat lunch. After lunch she caught some more. At the end of the day she caught 9 fish. How many fish did she catch after lunch?

Lesson 30 Homework

Solve the math stories. Draw and label a picture number bond to solve. Circle the unknown number.
1. Grace has a total of 7 dolls. She put 2 in the toy box and takes the rest to her friends. How many dolls does she take to her friends?
2. Jack can invite 8 friends to his birthday party. He makes 3 invitations. How many invitations does he still need to make?
Jack still needs to make_______ invitations.
3. There are 9 dogs at the park. 5 dogs play with balls. The rest are eating bones. How many dogs are eating bones?
4. There are 10 students in Jim’s class. Seven bought lunch at school. The rest brought lunch from home. How many brought lunch from home?
_____ students brought lunch from home.

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