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Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to determine which linking cube stick is taller than or shorter than the other.

Topic B: Comparison of Length and Height of Linking Cube Sticks Within 10

Lesson 5 Concept Development and Problem Set

Circle the stick that is shorter than the other.

Circle the stick that is longer than the other.

Draw a stick shorter than my 5-stick.
Draw a stick longer than my 5-stick.

On the back of your paper, draw a 6-stick.
Draw a stick longer than your 6-stick.
Draw a stick shorter than your 6-stick.

1. When you were asked to draw a stick taller or shorter than 6 or 9 what did you draw?
2. Did you all choose to draw the same stick? What else could you have chosen?
3. How did you compare the lengths of your sticks?
4. Tell your partner the number of the stick you drew using the sentence, “My_____stick is longer/shorter than my _____stick.”
5. Turn to your partner and tell him something you could teach or share with your parent or care- giver about length tonight. Be sure to use the words longer than and shorter than!

Lesson 5 Homework

Circle the stick that is shorter than the other.

On the back of your paper, draw a 7-stick. Draw a stick that is longer than that.
Draw a stick this is shorter than that.



Learning Goal

I can compare linking sticks that are longer than or shorter than.



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