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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 11 Common Core Worksheets
New York State Common Core Math Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 11
Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 11
Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to represent decompositions for 6–8 using horizontal and vertical number bonds.
Topic B: Decompositions of 6, 7, and 8 into Number Pairs
Lesson 11 Concept Development and Problem Set
Nesim had 5 toy cars. Draw Nesim’s cars.
Awate had 3 toy cars. Draw a picture to show his cars, too.
How many cars did they have together? Can you show the
number bond to go with the story? Talk with your partner
about your work.
Draw a line to break the stick into 2 parts. Complete the number bond and
Draw a cube stick with some red cubes and
some blue cubes. Draw a number bond to match.
Draw 8 dots, some blue the rest red. Fill in the number bond.
Draw a line to make 2 groups of dots. Fill in the number bond.
1. Look at the stick with 6 cubes in the Problem Set.
Share with a partner where you drew a line to
break the stick. Do you have the same parts?
2. When you broke apart your 8-stick, did your number bond have the same numbers as everyone
3. When you turned the number bond, what did you notice?
4. Does the number bond change when it faces different directions?
5. With your partner, talk about how many different ways you could break the 6-stick. The 7-stick.
Lesson 11 Homework
Color 5 cubes green and 1 blue. Fill in the number bond.
Color 5 cubes green and 2 blue. Fill in the number bond.
Color 4 cubes green and 3 blue. Fill in the number bond.
Color 4 cubes green and 4 blue. Fill in the number bond.
Color 3 cubes green and 5 blue. Fill in the number bond.
Color 2 cubes green and 6 blue. Fill in the number bond.
I can decompose 6 - 8 using counting cubes and number bonds.
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