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**New York State Common Core Math Kindergarten, module 5, lesson 3**

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 5, lesson 3

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to count and circle 10 objects within images of 10 to 20 objects and describe as 10 ones and ___ ones.

Topic A: Count 10 Ones and Some Ones

Lesson 3 Concept Development and Problem Set

Each gingerbread man got 10 sprinkles as buttons with 2 sprinkles to show the eyes. Draw to show the 12 sprinkles as 10 buttons and 2 eyes.

Count and circle 10 things. Tell how many there are in two parts, 10 ones and some more ones.

I have 10 ones and ___ ones.

Draw your picture to match the words. Circle 10 ones.

I have 10 ones and 3 ones:

I have 10 ones and 8 ones:

1. Did your friend circle the exact same ice cream cones? Apples? Peppers? Tacks?

2. Were both your answers correct? Why?

3. How did your friend represent 10 ones in her picture?

4. How do we say 10 ones and 5 ones (and the other numbers represented) as one number? (The students have been counting to higher numbers during fluency since early in the year. Pre-K standards call for counting to 20.)

5. Which pictures were the easiest for you to count? Why?

6. What do all these examples have in common? Do 10 ones always look the same? What other things in our classroom could we make into a bunch or pile of 10 ones?

Lesson 3 Homework

Circle 10 things. Tell how many there are in two parts, 10 ones and some more ones.

I have 10 ones and ___ ones.

Learning Goal

I can count numbers from 10 - 20 as a 10 and some ones.

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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 5, lesson 3 Common Core Worksheets

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 5, lesson 3

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to count and circle 10 objects within images of 10 to 20 objects and describe as 10 ones and ___ ones.

Topic A: Count 10 Ones and Some Ones

Lesson 3 Concept Development and Problem Set

Each gingerbread man got 10 sprinkles as buttons with 2 sprinkles to show the eyes. Draw to show the 12 sprinkles as 10 buttons and 2 eyes.

Count and circle 10 things. Tell how many there are in two parts, 10 ones and some more ones.

I have 10 ones and ___ ones.

Draw your picture to match the words. Circle 10 ones.

I have 10 ones and 3 ones:

I have 10 ones and 8 ones:

1. Did your friend circle the exact same ice cream cones? Apples? Peppers? Tacks?

2. Were both your answers correct? Why?

3. How did your friend represent 10 ones in her picture?

4. How do we say 10 ones and 5 ones (and the other numbers represented) as one number? (The students have been counting to higher numbers during fluency since early in the year. Pre-K standards call for counting to 20.)

5. Which pictures were the easiest for you to count? Why?

6. What do all these examples have in common? Do 10 ones always look the same? What other things in our classroom could we make into a bunch or pile of 10 ones?

Lesson 3 Homework

Circle 10 things. Tell how many there are in two parts, 10 ones and some more ones.

I have 10 ones and ___ ones.

I can count numbers from 10 - 20 as a 10 and some ones.

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You can use the free Mathway calculator and problem solver below to practice Algebra or other math topics. Try the given examples, or type in your own problem and check your answer with the step-by-step explanations.

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