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Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 19

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to use objects and drawings to find how many are left.

Topic D: Subtraction from Numbers to 8

Lesson 19 Concept Development and Problem Set

The mice are hungry today! Make 5 little pieces of cheese out of your clay and put them on your desk. Pretend that a pair of little mice came to your desk (a pair means 2 mice!), and that each of them stole a piece of cheese. Take away their pieces to show that they ate them. How many pieces are left?

Now, start with 4 morsels of cheese and act out the story again. How many are left?

Talk about the mice and the cheese with your partner. Did she have the same number of pieces left each time? What do you think would happen if you had only 3 pieces of cheese before they came?

The cat ate 3 mice. Cross out 3 mice. Write how many mice are left.

The fish ate 2 worms. Cross out 2 worms. Write how many worms are left.

The frog ate 5 flies. Cross out 5 flies. Write how many flies are left.

The monkey ate 4 bananas. Cross out 4 bananas. Write how many bananas are left.

Draw 6 balls. The boy kicked 3 balls down the hill. How many balls does he have left?

There are 5 butterflies flying around the flower. Draw them. 1 of the butterflies flew away, so cross it out. How many butterflies are left?

1. Look at the things you crossed out on your Problem Set. Compare your Problem Set with your neighbor’s. Did you cross out the same things? Does it matter which things you crossed out?

2. Is the number you wrote in the box the same as your neighbor even though you might have crossed out different things?

3. What happened when a monkey fell off the bed in our song? What did you have to do with your fingers?

4. How did we use our math words to talk about what happened in the song?

5. How did your drawings help you solve the other stories in our lesson? What did the crossed-off parts show?

Lesson 19 Homework

1 train drove away. Cross out 1. Write how many were left.

2 horses were bought. Cross out 2. How many were left at the store?

4 ducks swam away. Cross out 4. Write how many are left.

There are 7 apples in the tree. Draw them. A bird ate 1 of them, so cross it out. How many apples are left?

Learning Goal

I can use objects and drawings to show how many are left.

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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 19 Common Core Worksheets

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 19

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to use objects and drawings to find how many are left.

Topic D: Subtraction from Numbers to 8

Lesson 19 Concept Development and Problem Set

The mice are hungry today! Make 5 little pieces of cheese out of your clay and put them on your desk. Pretend that a pair of little mice came to your desk (a pair means 2 mice!), and that each of them stole a piece of cheese. Take away their pieces to show that they ate them. How many pieces are left?

Now, start with 4 morsels of cheese and act out the story again. How many are left?

Talk about the mice and the cheese with your partner. Did she have the same number of pieces left each time? What do you think would happen if you had only 3 pieces of cheese before they came?

The cat ate 3 mice. Cross out 3 mice. Write how many mice are left.

The fish ate 2 worms. Cross out 2 worms. Write how many worms are left.

The frog ate 5 flies. Cross out 5 flies. Write how many flies are left.

The monkey ate 4 bananas. Cross out 4 bananas. Write how many bananas are left.

Draw 6 balls. The boy kicked 3 balls down the hill. How many balls does he have left?

There are 5 butterflies flying around the flower. Draw them. 1 of the butterflies flew away, so cross it out. How many butterflies are left?

1. Look at the things you crossed out on your Problem Set. Compare your Problem Set with your neighbor’s. Did you cross out the same things? Does it matter which things you crossed out?

2. Is the number you wrote in the box the same as your neighbor even though you might have crossed out different things?

3. What happened when a monkey fell off the bed in our song? What did you have to do with your fingers?

4. How did we use our math words to talk about what happened in the song?

5. How did your drawings help you solve the other stories in our lesson? What did the crossed-off parts show?

Lesson 19 Homework

1 train drove away. Cross out 1. Write how many were left.

2 horses were bought. Cross out 2. How many were left at the store?

4 ducks swam away. Cross out 4. Write how many are left.

There are 7 apples in the tree. Draw them. A bird ate 1 of them, so cross it out. How many apples are left?

I can use objects and drawings to show how many are left.

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