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Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to decompose the number 6 using 5-group drawings by breaking off or removing a part, and record each decomposition with a drawing and subtraction equation.

Topic D: Subtraction from Numbers to 8

Lesson 22 Concept Development and Problem Set

1. Let’s play a game of Snap! Count the cubes in your stick. How many are you starting with?

2. Put the stick behind your back. When your partner says, “Snap!” break your stick. Show him how many cubes you have left.

3. Can he figure out how many are still behind your back? If not, show him.

4. Make a number bond about your snap on your personal board.

5. Can you and your partner think of a take away number sentence to tell about the snap?

Fill in the number sentences and number bonds.

Take away 3 hats.

Take away 4 cubes.

Draw 6 circles in a 5-group. Take away 2 circles.

Fill in the number bond.

Cross out 1 hat.

Cross out 5 snowflakes.

Cross out 2 snowflakes.

1. In the Problem Set, what did your number bond and number sentence look like with the hats? Did your partner’s number bond and number sentence look the same as yours?

2. Look at the snowflakes. Show a partner which snowflakes you crossed out. Can you tell your partner which snowflakes the other numbers in the number sentence are talking about?

3. Did drawing the 5-group help you to cross out the objects and easily count how many were left? Why?

4. What are some of the take away number sentences you found about 6?

5. How do these make you think about the ways we made 6 in our number bonds before?

Lesson 22 Homework

Here are 6 books. Cross out 2. How many are left? Fill in the number bond and the number sentence.

Draw 6 stars. Cross out 4. Fill in the number sentence and the number bond.

Draw 6 objects. Cross out 5. Fill in the number sentence and the number bond.

On the back of your paper, draw 6 triangles. Cross out 1. Write a number sentence and draw a number bond to match.

Learning Goal

I can decompose 6, using objects and drawings..

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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 22 Common Core Worksheets

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 22

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to decompose the number 6 using 5-group drawings by breaking off or removing a part, and record each decomposition with a drawing and subtraction equation.

Topic D: Subtraction from Numbers to 8

Lesson 22 Concept Development and Problem Set

1. Let’s play a game of Snap! Count the cubes in your stick. How many are you starting with?

2. Put the stick behind your back. When your partner says, “Snap!” break your stick. Show him how many cubes you have left.

3. Can he figure out how many are still behind your back? If not, show him.

4. Make a number bond about your snap on your personal board.

5. Can you and your partner think of a take away number sentence to tell about the snap?

Fill in the number sentences and number bonds.

Take away 3 hats.

Take away 4 cubes.

Draw 6 circles in a 5-group. Take away 2 circles.

Fill in the number bond.

Cross out 1 hat.

Cross out 5 snowflakes.

Cross out 2 snowflakes.

1. In the Problem Set, what did your number bond and number sentence look like with the hats? Did your partner’s number bond and number sentence look the same as yours?

2. Look at the snowflakes. Show a partner which snowflakes you crossed out. Can you tell your partner which snowflakes the other numbers in the number sentence are talking about?

3. Did drawing the 5-group help you to cross out the objects and easily count how many were left? Why?

4. What are some of the take away number sentences you found about 6?

5. How do these make you think about the ways we made 6 in our number bonds before?

Lesson 22 Homework

Here are 6 books. Cross out 2. How many are left? Fill in the number bond and the number sentence.

Draw 6 stars. Cross out 4. Fill in the number sentence and the number bond.

Draw 6 objects. Cross out 5. Fill in the number sentence and the number bond.

On the back of your paper, draw 6 triangles. Cross out 1. Write a number sentence and draw a number bond to match.

I can decompose 6, using objects and drawings..

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