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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 20 Common Core Worksheets

**New York State Common Core Math Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 20**

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Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to solve take from with result unknown expressions and equations using the minus sign with no unknown.

Topic D: Subtraction from Numbers to 8

Lesson 20 Concept Development and Problem Set

Draw the 5 monkeys from yesterday’s song on your paper. Decide how many monkeys were sensible and stayed on the bed, and cross off the monkeys who fell off and bumped their heads.

With your math words, think about how you would tell the story. How many did you start with? How many did you take away? How many were left?

Share your picture with your partner and use your math words to tell your story. Did your partner do it the same way? How are your number stories different?

Draw a line from the picture to the number sentence it matches.

Pick 1 mouse picture and tell a story to your partner. See if your partner can pick the picture you told the story about.

Cross out the bears to match the number sentences.

1. Look at the mice. What numbers did you use in the number sentence to find the matching mice?

2. Look at the 4 mice, how many have an X? Tell your neighbor what number in the matching number sentence would have an X on it.

3. Look at the bears you crossed out. Compare with your partner, did you cross out the same bears as your partner? Does it make a difference which bears you cross out?

4. When we write a number sentence about taking away, what number do we write first?

5. If we want to show that a number is being taken away what symbol do we use? Draw it in the air with your finger.

6. Which number do we write next?

7. What number do we write after our symbol for is?

Lesson 20 Homework

Match the cube stick to the number sentence.

On the back of the paper draw a 5-stick, cross out some cubes and write a number sentence.

Learning Goal

I can take from a whole amount and write a number sentence with a minus sign.

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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 20 Common Core Worksheets

Worksheets for Kindergarten

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to solve take from with result unknown expressions and equations using the minus sign with no unknown.

Topic D: Subtraction from Numbers to 8

Lesson 20 Concept Development and Problem Set

Draw the 5 monkeys from yesterday’s song on your paper. Decide how many monkeys were sensible and stayed on the bed, and cross off the monkeys who fell off and bumped their heads.

With your math words, think about how you would tell the story. How many did you start with? How many did you take away? How many were left?

Share your picture with your partner and use your math words to tell your story. Did your partner do it the same way? How are your number stories different?

Draw a line from the picture to the number sentence it matches.

Pick 1 mouse picture and tell a story to your partner. See if your partner can pick the picture you told the story about.

Cross out the bears to match the number sentences.

1. Look at the mice. What numbers did you use in the number sentence to find the matching mice?

2. Look at the 4 mice, how many have an X? Tell your neighbor what number in the matching number sentence would have an X on it.

3. Look at the bears you crossed out. Compare with your partner, did you cross out the same bears as your partner? Does it make a difference which bears you cross out?

4. When we write a number sentence about taking away, what number do we write first?

5. If we want to show that a number is being taken away what symbol do we use? Draw it in the air with your finger.

6. Which number do we write next?

7. What number do we write after our symbol for is?

Lesson 20 Homework

Match the cube stick to the number sentence.

On the back of the paper draw a 5-stick, cross out some cubes and write a number sentence.

I can take from a whole amount and write a number sentence with a minus sign.

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