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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 1, lesson 27 Common Core Worksheets

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Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to count 10 objects and move between all configurations.

Topic F: Working with Numbers 9 to 10 in Different Configurations

Lesson 27 Concept Development and Problem Set

Create a snowman that is 5 snowballs high. Make a friend next to him that is also 5 snowballs high. How many snowballs did you use? Write the number.

Count the shapes and write how many. Color the shape you counted first.

Draw 10 things. Color 5 of them. Color 5 things a different color.

Draw 10 circles. Color 5 circles. Color 5 circles a different color.

Show how many apples by drawing a path between them as you count.

Write the numbers 1-10 in the apples a different way. When you count, draw a line connecting the apples.

What circle did you begin counting with? Was it different from your partner?
How did you draw your 10 circles? Compare your drawings with your partner.
(Discuss the pattern of counting in the scattered array.) How was this counting path different from the first path? How was your partner’s counting path different?
Lead discussion for the best path students used to count the scattered configuration.
The number 10 is very special for our bodies. Why do I say that?

Lesson 27 Homework

Draw to make 10.





Learning Goal

I can count objects to 10.



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