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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 1, lesson 23 Common Core Worksheets

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Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to organize and count 9 varied geometric objects in linear and array (3 threes) configurations. Place counts on 5-group dot mat. Match with numeral 9.

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

Lesson 23 Concept Development and Problem Set

Draw a shape that might be a fence for a playground (demonstrate if you so choose). Draw 8 balls inside the fence. Count the balls. Share your counting with a friend.

Color 5 ladybugs. Color the remaining ladybugs a different color. Count all the ladybugs and write how many.

Color 5 diamonds. Color the remaining diamonds a different color. Count all the diamonds and write how many.

Draw 4 more circles. Count all the circles and write the number in the box.

How did your groups of 9 differ? Lead students to discuss 9 as 5 and 4, as missing 1 to be 2 fives, and as being 3 rows of 3.
What is different about the first 2 configurations?
Discuss with a partner how you drew your dots in the 5 group way and in the rows. Did your partner draw them the same way?

Lesson 23 Homework

Color 9 shapes.
Draw 9 shapes.
Draw 9 shapes a different way.




Learning Goal

I can draw and count 9.

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