# Number Bonds for 6

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Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to model decompositions of 6 using a story situation, objects, and number bonds.

Topic B: Decompositions of 6, 7, and 8 into Number Pairs

Lesson 7 Concept Development and Problem Set

Close your eyes and count each time that I clap. (Clap 5 times; pause, and then clap 1 more time.) Open your eyes. How many claps did you hear? (Allow time for students to answer.) Let’s do it 1 more time. (Repeat.) How many claps did you hear? What is 1 more than 5?

Repeat this exercise several times, using claps and instrument sound parts of 4 and 2, 3 and 3, 2 and 4, and 1 and 5.

Now, try the game with your partner! Take turns clapping different number partners for 6.

Look at the birds. Make 2 different number bonds. Tell a friend about the numbers you put in one of the bonds.

Color some squares green and the rest yellow. Write numbers in the bonds to match the colors of your squares.

1. Share with a partner how you sorted the birds. Did your partner do it differently than you?
2. Look with a partner at the numbers you put in both of your number bonds. Which numbers are the same? Why? Which numbers are different? Why?
3. When I told my story, how did you know which number to put in which circle in the first number bond?
4. How did it change when you split up the squirrel’s nuts in different ways?
5. Did the total number of nuts ever change?
6 What are some of the ways you found to make 6?

Lesson 7 Homework

Look at the presents. Make 2 different number bonds. Tell an adult about the numbers you put in the number bonds.

On the back of your paper, draw 6 presents and sort them into 2 groups. Make a number bond and fill it in according to your sort.

Learning Goal

I can model breaking apart 6 with a story, objects, and number bond.

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