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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 3, lesson 27 Common Core Worksheets

New York State Common Core Math Kindergarten, module 3, lesson 27
Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 3, lesson 27

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to match and count to compare two sets of objects. State which quantity is less.

Topic G: Comparison of Numerals

Lesson 27 Concept Development and Problem Set

Work with a partner. Take one handful of pattern blocks out of the bucket. Let your partner do the same. Compare your handfuls of pattern blocks. Who has more? How did you know? Put the blocks back and try the game again.

Draw a tower with more cubes.
_____ is more than ______.

Draw a train. Draw another train with fewer cubes. __________is more than __________.
_____________ is less than __________.

1. How did we compare our sets with the linking cubes? What is another way we could have compared them?
2. What did you think was the easiest way to find out which bean set had more? Would you do the same thing to find out which set had fewer beans?
3. When do you need to count to see which has more or less?
4. When might we compare numbers in our lives?
5. What math vocabulary did we use today to communicate precisely?
6. How did the Application Problem connect to today’s lesson?

Lesson 27 Homework

Draw a tower with fewer cubes.
_____ is more than _____.
_____ is less than ______.

Draw a train with more cubes.
_____is more than _____.
_____is less than ______.



Learning Goal

I can use different strategies to compare.



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