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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 3, lesson 18 Common Core Worksheets

**New York State Common Core Math Kindergarten, module 3, lesson 18**

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 3, lesson 18

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to compare using more than and the same as.

Topic E: Is There Enough?

Lesson 18 Concept Development and Problem Set

Draw four little mice. Draw some pieces of cheese so that each mouse can have one. Use a ruler to draw a line between each mouse and its cheese. Are there just enough? Talk to your partner about how you knew how many pieces of cheese to draw.

Draw a straight line with your ruler to see if there are enough hats for the scarves.

Draw more leaves than ants.

- What happened when you first took out the red and blue cubes? How did you know which set had more? Did someone else do it differently?
- In the Problem Set, were there more hats or scarves? How did you know? (Help students use more than and the same number as in their answers.)
- How did your ruler help you find which had more?
- What happened when you crossed out the two scarves? (Guide students to practice saying more than and same as)
- How many ants were there? You had to draw more leaves than ants. How many leaves did you draw? Check with your partner to see if they had the same. Who had more?
- What math vocabulary did we use today to communicate precisely?

Lesson 18 Homework

Draw a straight line with your ruler to see if there are enough shovels for the pails.

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.

Learning Goal

I can compare using more than or the same as.

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