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Count On using Number Path

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Eureka Math/EngageNY grade 1 module 1 lesson 26, lesson 27 Worksheets

New York State Common Core Math Grade 1 Module 1, Lesson 26, Lesson 27
Eureka Math grade 1 module 1 lesson 26 Worksheets (pdf)
Eureka Math grade 1 module 1 lesson 27 Worksheets (pdf)

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Grade 1 students learn how to count on using the number path to find an unknown part.

Common Core Standards: 1.OA.1, 1.OA.4, 1.OA.5

Module 1 Topic G: Subtraction as an Unknown Addend Problem

The following worksheet shows how to use the number path to solve a subtraction sentence by thinking of the corresponding addition sentence.

Number path 1st grade

Lesson 26 Concept Development
Learning Goal: I can use a number path to find an unknown part. Lesson 26 Homework
Use the number path to solve.
8 – 6 = ____ , 6 + ____ = 8
7 – 4 = ____ , 4 + ____ = 7
8 – 2 = ____

Use the number path to solve. Match the addition sentence that can help you.
Write an addition and subtraction number sentence for the number bond. You may use the number path to solve.



The following worksheet shows how to use the number path to complete the number bond and write an addition and a subtraction sentence to match. Solve the number sentences using Count On or Count Back.

Number Path Count On Count Back

Lesson 27 Concept Development
Learning Goal: I can use counting on or counting back on a number path. Lesson 27 Homework

Use the number path to complete the number bond and write an addition and a subtraction sentence to match.

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