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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 3, lesson 17 Common Core Worksheets
New York State Common Core Math Kindergarten, module 3, lesson 17
Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 3, lesson 17
Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to compare to find if there is enough.
Topic E: Is There Enough?
Lesson 17 Concept Development and Problem Set
It’s time to have a math celebration! To begin, play a game of musical chairs (or carpet squares or papers)
with the students. During the first round, make sure that there are several more chairs than students. When
the children sit and notice the extra chairs, tell them, “There are not enough children to fill the chairs.”
Continue playing and remove a chair each round until there are just as many chairs as children. When they
sit down, tell them, “There are just enough chairs!” Repeat as time permits.
Draw a straight line with your ruler to see if there are enough flowers for
On the back, draw some plates. Draw enough apples so each plate has one.
1. When we were playing musical chairs, did we know before we started if there would be enough
2. How could we have found out if there were enough before we started playing?
3. When there were not enough spoons, how did you know how many more your group needed?
4. When there were too many cups, how did you know how many extra cups your group had?
5. In the Problem Set, were there enough flowers for the butterflies? How did you know?
6. How many plates did you draw on the back of your paper? How many apples did you draw? Did you
draw enough apples and plates?
7. What new math vocabulary did we use today to communicate precisely?
Lesson 17 Homework
Draw a straight line with your ruler to see if there are enough shovels for
Make sure there is a fork for every plate. Draw a straight line with a ruler
from each plate to a fork. If there aren’t enough forks, draw one.
You have 4 fish. On the back of your paper, draw enough fishbowls
so you can put 1 fish in each fishbowl.
I can compare to make sure that there is enough.
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