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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 5, lesson 14 Common Core Worksheets

**New York State Common Core Math Kindergarten, module 5, lesson 14**

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 5, lesson 14

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to show, count, and write to answer how many questions with up to 20 objects in circular configurations.

Topic C: Decompose Numbers 11 to 20, and Count to Answer "How Many?" Questions in Varied Configurations

Lesson 14 Concept Development and Problem Set

Eva put her 12 cookies on her cookie sheet in 2 rows of 6. Draw Eva’s cookies. Show her 12 cookies as a number bond of 10 ones and 2 ones and with your Hide Zero cards. Then, find and circle the 10 cookies that are inside the 12 cookies.

Whisper count how many objects there are. Write the number.

Whisper count and draw in more shapes to match the number.

Write your own teen number in the box. Draw a picture to match your number.

In the space below, draw 12 squares in rows.

1. What do you notice about all of the pictures?

2. Is it easier or harder for you to count objects when they are in circles like these pictures? Why?

3. Which way is easiest for you to count, when we show the number in a circle or when we show it as a tower? Why?

4. Did the number change when you moved the objects from the circle to the ten-frame? Why?

Lesson 14 Homework

Count the objects in each group. Write the number in the boxes below the pictures.

Count and draw in more shapes to match the number.

Count the dots. Draw each dot in the ten-frame. Write the number in the box below the ten-frames.

Write a teen number in the box below. Draw a picture to match your number.

Learning Goal

I can count objects to 20 that are organized in a big circle.

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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 5, lesson 14 Common Core Worksheets

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 5, lesson 14

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to show, count, and write to answer how many questions with up to 20 objects in circular configurations.

Topic C: Decompose Numbers 11 to 20, and Count to Answer "How Many?" Questions in Varied Configurations

Lesson 14 Concept Development and Problem Set

Eva put her 12 cookies on her cookie sheet in 2 rows of 6. Draw Eva’s cookies. Show her 12 cookies as a number bond of 10 ones and 2 ones and with your Hide Zero cards. Then, find and circle the 10 cookies that are inside the 12 cookies.

Whisper count how many objects there are. Write the number.

Whisper count and draw in more shapes to match the number.

Write your own teen number in the box. Draw a picture to match your number.

In the space below, draw 12 squares in rows.

1. What do you notice about all of the pictures?

2. Is it easier or harder for you to count objects when they are in circles like these pictures? Why?

3. Which way is easiest for you to count, when we show the number in a circle or when we show it as a tower? Why?

4. Did the number change when you moved the objects from the circle to the ten-frame? Why?

Lesson 14 Homework

Count the objects in each group. Write the number in the boxes below the pictures.

Count and draw in more shapes to match the number.

Count the dots. Draw each dot in the ten-frame. Write the number in the box below the ten-frames.

Write a teen number in the box below. Draw a picture to match your number.

I can count objects to 20 that are organized in a big circle.

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