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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 5, lesson 22 Common Core Worksheets

New York State Common Core Math Kindergarten, module 5, lesson 22
Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 5, lesson 22

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to decompose teen numbers as 10 ones and some ones; compare some ones to compare the teen numbers.

Topic E: Represent and Apply Compositions and Decompositions of Teen Numbers

Lesson 22 Concept Development and Problem Set

Lisa has 5 pennies in her hand and 2 in her pocket. Matt has 6 pennies in his hand and 2 in his pocket. Who has fewer pennies, Lisa or Matt? Who has more pennies? How do you know?

Circle 10 erasers. Circle 10 pencils. Match the extra ones to see which group has more.

Circle 10 sandwiches. Circle 10 milk cartons. Check the group that has less things.

Circle 10 baseballs. Circle 10 gloves. Write how many are in each group. Check the group that has more things.

Circle 10 apples. Circle 10 oranges. Write how many in each group.. Check the group that has less.

Circle 10 spoons. Circle 10 forks. Write how many are in each group.

1. Ask students to explain why 11 is less than 15.
2. Have students read each comparison from the Problem Sets the Say Ten way and then the regular way. For example, “ten 3 is more than ten 2. 13 is more than 12. Ten 1 is less than ten 4. 11 is less than 14”.

Lesson 22 Homework

Fill in the number bond. Check the group with more.



Learning Goal

I can compare numbers.


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