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Topic F: Comparison of Sets Within 10

Lesson 20 Concept Development and Problem Set

1. Write your first name in the top set of boxes, one letter in each box. Start at the box above the star. 2. Write your last name in the bottom set of boxes, one letter in each box. Start at the box above the star. 3. Which of your trains has more letter passengers? Which passenger train would be longer? 4. Which of your trains has fewer passengers? Which passenger train would be shorter? 5. Talk about your trains with your partner. Are his trains similar to yours? Did anyone’s train not have enough room for all of the letter passengers?

1. What are some of the ways you could tell which set had more cubes in our activity?

2. If one stick has more cubes than another, will it be longer than the other?

3. How can you compare the number of cubes in one set to another set? How can you tell which number is more?

4. Talk to your partner about the chain you made by rolling the die for your Problem Set. What numbers did you roll? How did you know which had fewer beads?

5. For the back of the Problem Set, what numbers did you roll? What did you do to make sure you drew more beads than the number you rolled?

6. If one stick has fewer cubes than another, will it be heavier or lighter than the other?

Lesson 20 Homework

Draw another bird so there is the same number of birds as birdcages.

Learning Goal

I can compare lengths using more or less.

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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 3, lesson 20 Common Core Worksheets

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Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to Compare using fewer than and the same as.

Topic F: Comparison of Sets Within 10

Lesson 20 Concept Development and Problem Set

1. Write your first name in the top set of boxes, one letter in each box. Start at the box above the star. 2. Write your last name in the bottom set of boxes, one letter in each box. Start at the box above the star. 3. Which of your trains has more letter passengers? Which passenger train would be longer? 4. Which of your trains has fewer passengers? Which passenger train would be shorter? 5. Talk about your trains with your partner. Are his trains similar to yours? Did anyone’s train not have enough room for all of the letter passengers?

1. What are some of the ways you could tell which set had more cubes in our activity?

2. If one stick has more cubes than another, will it be longer than the other?

3. How can you compare the number of cubes in one set to another set? How can you tell which number is more?

4. Talk to your partner about the chain you made by rolling the die for your Problem Set. What numbers did you roll? How did you know which had fewer beads?

5. For the back of the Problem Set, what numbers did you roll? What did you do to make sure you drew more beads than the number you rolled?

6. If one stick has fewer cubes than another, will it be heavier or lighter than the other?

Lesson 20 Homework

Draw another bird so there is the same number of birds as birdcages.

I can compare lengths using more or less.

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