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**New York State Common Core Math Kindergarten, module 3, lesson 6**

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 3, lesson 6

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 6 Concept Development and Problem Set

Spread your hand out on the piece of paper and trace around it to make your handprint. Now, take your hand off the paper and look carefully at the fingers in your handprint drawing.

Think about which linking cube stick might be as long as your thumb. Take out that stick and check your guess. Were you right? Which one would be about as long as your little finger? Your middle finger?

In the box, write the number of cubes there are in the pictured stick.

Draw a green circle around the stick green if it is longer than the object.

Draw a blue circle around the stick blue if it is shorter than the object.

Make a 3-stick. In your classroom, select a crayon and see if your crayon is longer than or shorter than your stick.

Trace your 3-stick and your crayon to compare their lengths.

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.

- What did we do when we were playing Simon Says?
- How did you make your guesses?
- What did you draw on your Problem Set that was longer than your 3-stick? Shorter than your 3- stick?
- Can you think of something at home that would be shorter than your 5-stick? Bring it tomorrow so that you may test your guess!

Lesson 6 Homework

Color the cubes to show the length of the object.

Learning Goal

I can compare the lengths of linking sticks to different objects.

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