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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 31 Common Core Worksheets

**New York State Common Core Math Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 31**

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 31

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to solve add to with total unknown and put together with total unknown problems with totals of 9 and 10.

Topic F: Addition with Totals of 9 and 10

Lesson 31 Concept Development and Problem Set

Five children were playing soccer in the park. Draw the children. Four more children came to play. Draw the new players. How many children were playing soccer? How did you know? Turn and talk to your partner about your answer. Do you agree?

Draw the story. Fill in the number sentence.

Zayne had 6 round crackers and 3 square crackers. How many crackers did Zayne have in all?

Riley had 9 crayons. Her friend gave her 1 crayon. How many crayons did Riley have in all?

Draw the story. Write a number sentence to match.

Jenny had 3 red and 7 purple pieces of construction paper. How many pieces of construction paper did Jenny have altogether?

Rhett had 5 square blocks. His friend gave him 4 rectangle blocks. How many blocks did Rhett have altogether?

1. How did the pictures you drew help you with your number sentences in the Problem Set?

2. How did you decide where to put each number in the number sentences in your Problem Set? How did you know what numbers to put in the blanks?

3. What do we call the types of number sentences that we were working on today? (Addition sentences.)

4. Why is listening carefully very important when solving story problems?

5. Were there lots of answers today or was there always one answer? Were there different ways to get to an answer?

6. In the Problem Set, did someone create his own number story he would like to share? (Listen to the story and have students solve together.)

Lesson 31 Homework

Draw the story. Fill in the number sentence.

Jake has 7 chocolate cookies and 2 sugar cookies. How many cookies does he have altogether?

Jake’s mother bought juice boxes. 4 were apple juice and 5 were orange juice. How many juice boxes did she have in all?

Draw the story. Write a number sentence to match.

Ryan had 5 celery sticks and 5 carrot sticks. How many veggie sticks did Ryan have altogether?

Draw an addition story and write a number sentence to match it. Explain your work to an adult at home.

Learning Goal

I can put together to add and find the unknown to 9 and 10.

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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 31 Common Core Worksheets

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 31

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to solve add to with total unknown and put together with total unknown problems with totals of 9 and 10.

Topic F: Addition with Totals of 9 and 10

Lesson 31 Concept Development and Problem Set

Five children were playing soccer in the park. Draw the children. Four more children came to play. Draw the new players. How many children were playing soccer? How did you know? Turn and talk to your partner about your answer. Do you agree?

Draw the story. Fill in the number sentence.

Zayne had 6 round crackers and 3 square crackers. How many crackers did Zayne have in all?

Riley had 9 crayons. Her friend gave her 1 crayon. How many crayons did Riley have in all?

Draw the story. Write a number sentence to match.

Jenny had 3 red and 7 purple pieces of construction paper. How many pieces of construction paper did Jenny have altogether?

Rhett had 5 square blocks. His friend gave him 4 rectangle blocks. How many blocks did Rhett have altogether?

1. How did the pictures you drew help you with your number sentences in the Problem Set?

2. How did you decide where to put each number in the number sentences in your Problem Set? How did you know what numbers to put in the blanks?

3. What do we call the types of number sentences that we were working on today? (Addition sentences.)

4. Why is listening carefully very important when solving story problems?

5. Were there lots of answers today or was there always one answer? Were there different ways to get to an answer?

6. In the Problem Set, did someone create his own number story he would like to share? (Listen to the story and have students solve together.)

Lesson 31 Homework

Draw the story. Fill in the number sentence.

Jake has 7 chocolate cookies and 2 sugar cookies. How many cookies does he have altogether?

Jake’s mother bought juice boxes. 4 were apple juice and 5 were orange juice. How many juice boxes did she have in all?

Draw the story. Write a number sentence to match.

Ryan had 5 celery sticks and 5 carrot sticks. How many veggie sticks did Ryan have altogether?

Draw an addition story and write a number sentence to match it. Explain your work to an adult at home.

I can put together to add and find the unknown to 9 and 10.

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