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**New York State Common Core Math Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 1**

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 1

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to model composition and decomposition of numbers to 5 using actions, objects, and drawings.

Topic A: Compositions and Decompositions of 2, 3, 4, and 5

Lesson 1 Concept Development and Problem Set

Julia went to the beach and found 3 seashells. Her sister Megan found 2 seashells. Draw the seashells the girls found. How many did they find in all? Talk to your partner about how you know!

Draw the light butterflies in the number bond. Then draw the dark butterflies. Show what happens when you put the butterflies together.

Draw to show how to take apart the group of cats to show 2 groups, the ones sleeping and the ones awake.

1. What new type of drawing did we use today? (Number bond.)

2. In the Problem Set, which story was about putting together and which story was about taking apart?

3. Did you notice that the number bond was different for the butterflies and cats? Why do you think I drew the number bond differently?

4. Look at the butterflies on your Problem Set. Why did we draw all the butterflies in the bottom circle?

5. We drew circles in the last number bond on our Problem Set. What do the three circles represent?

6. What do the two circles you drew represent? How does drawing little circles instead of cats help us in math?

7. What happened when we played the games with the hula hoops?

8. How did you know what we should write in each of the hoops in our number bonds?

9. Did our number bond look different when we worked backwards, starting with the whole group of birds?

Lesson 1 Homework

Draw the blue fish in the first circle on top. Draw the orange fish in the next circle on top. Draw all the fish in the bottom circle.

Draw a square for each fish in the top circle. Draw a square for each goldfish in the bottom circle. In the last circle on the bottom, draw a cube for each spiny fish.

Learning Goal

I can break 5 into parts and put it back together again.

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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 1 Common Core Worksheets

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 1

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to model composition and decomposition of numbers to 5 using actions, objects, and drawings.

Topic A: Compositions and Decompositions of 2, 3, 4, and 5

Lesson 1 Concept Development and Problem Set

Julia went to the beach and found 3 seashells. Her sister Megan found 2 seashells. Draw the seashells the girls found. How many did they find in all? Talk to your partner about how you know!

Draw the light butterflies in the number bond. Then draw the dark butterflies. Show what happens when you put the butterflies together.

Draw to show how to take apart the group of cats to show 2 groups, the ones sleeping and the ones awake.

1. What new type of drawing did we use today? (Number bond.)

2. In the Problem Set, which story was about putting together and which story was about taking apart?

3. Did you notice that the number bond was different for the butterflies and cats? Why do you think I drew the number bond differently?

4. Look at the butterflies on your Problem Set. Why did we draw all the butterflies in the bottom circle?

5. We drew circles in the last number bond on our Problem Set. What do the three circles represent?

6. What do the two circles you drew represent? How does drawing little circles instead of cats help us in math?

7. What happened when we played the games with the hula hoops?

8. How did you know what we should write in each of the hoops in our number bonds?

9. Did our number bond look different when we worked backwards, starting with the whole group of birds?

Lesson 1 Homework

Draw the blue fish in the first circle on top. Draw the orange fish in the next circle on top. Draw all the fish in the bottom circle.

Draw a square for each fish in the top circle. Draw a square for each goldfish in the bottom circle. In the last circle on the bottom, draw a cube for each spiny fish.

I can break 5 into parts and put it back together again.

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