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Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to solve both addends unknown word problems with totals of 9 and 10 using 5-group drawings.

Topic F: Addition with Totals of 9 and 10

Lesson 32 Concept Development and Problem Set

Make a number bond about your pencils. Now, turn and talk to your partner about your pictures and your number bond. Do your pictures look the same? Are your number bonds the same? Are they both correct?

Listen to the word problem. Fill in the number sentence. Cecilia has 9 bows. Some have polka dots and some have stripes. How many polka dot and how many striped bows do you think Cecilia has?

Keegan has 10 train cars. Some are black and some are green. How many black and green train cars do you think Keegan has?

Kate has 9 princess wands. Some are yellow and the rest are green. Show two different ways Kate’s wands could look. Fill in the number sentences to match.

Danny has 10 robots. Some are red and the rest are gray. Show two different ways Danny’s robots could look. Fill in the number sentences to match.

1. What did you think about when you were drawing the picture of trains in the Problem Set? How did you start?

2. Did you notice any patterns when you were working today? (Refer students to the list of equations showing decompositions of 9 and 10. They may also see patterns in the 5-groups.)

3. How did you decide where to put the numbers in your number sentence blanks?

4. You were able to choose your own groups when you were solving the problems about the cookies. When you chose your first part, did you have a lot of choices for the second part? How did you know what it had to be?

5. How are 5-group drawings helpful when you are solving story problems?

Lesson 32 Homework

Danny has 10 robots. Some are red and the rest are gray. Show two different ways Danny’s robots could look. Fill in the number sentences to match.

Anne had 10 pencils. Draw the pencils the 5-group way. Color some pencils blue and some yellow. Fill in the number sentence to match.

There are 10 apples. Color some red and the rest green. Then show a different way the apples could look. Fill in the number sentences to match.

Anya has 9 stuffed cats. Some are orange and the rest are gray. Show two different ways Anya’s cats could look. Fill in the number sentences to match.

Learning Goal

I can find parts to make 9.

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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 32 Common Core Worksheets

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 32

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to solve both addends unknown word problems with totals of 9 and 10 using 5-group drawings.

Topic F: Addition with Totals of 9 and 10

Lesson 32 Concept Development and Problem Set

Make a number bond about your pencils. Now, turn and talk to your partner about your pictures and your number bond. Do your pictures look the same? Are your number bonds the same? Are they both correct?

Listen to the word problem. Fill in the number sentence. Cecilia has 9 bows. Some have polka dots and some have stripes. How many polka dot and how many striped bows do you think Cecilia has?

Keegan has 10 train cars. Some are black and some are green. How many black and green train cars do you think Keegan has?

Kate has 9 princess wands. Some are yellow and the rest are green. Show two different ways Kate’s wands could look. Fill in the number sentences to match.

Danny has 10 robots. Some are red and the rest are gray. Show two different ways Danny’s robots could look. Fill in the number sentences to match.

1. What did you think about when you were drawing the picture of trains in the Problem Set? How did you start?

2. Did you notice any patterns when you were working today? (Refer students to the list of equations showing decompositions of 9 and 10. They may also see patterns in the 5-groups.)

3. How did you decide where to put the numbers in your number sentence blanks?

4. You were able to choose your own groups when you were solving the problems about the cookies. When you chose your first part, did you have a lot of choices for the second part? How did you know what it had to be?

5. How are 5-group drawings helpful when you are solving story problems?

Lesson 32 Homework

Danny has 10 robots. Some are red and the rest are gray. Show two different ways Danny’s robots could look. Fill in the number sentences to match.

Anne had 10 pencils. Draw the pencils the 5-group way. Color some pencils blue and some yellow. Fill in the number sentence to match.

There are 10 apples. Color some red and the rest green. Then show a different way the apples could look. Fill in the number sentences to match.

Anya has 9 stuffed cats. Some are orange and the rest are gray. Show two different ways Anya’s cats could look. Fill in the number sentences to match.

I can find parts to make 9.

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