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Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to model decompositions of 7 using a story situation, sets, and number bonds.

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

Lesson 8 Concept Development and Problem Set

Ming had 5 raisins. Represent her raisins with the clay. Dan had 2 raisins. Represent his raisins, too. How many raisins are there in all?

1. Put Ming’s raisins into a 5-group. Now, put Dan’s raisins in a row underneath Ming’s raisins like this. Do you still have 7 raisins?

2. Hide the bottom two raisins. How many raisins do you see now?

3. Talk about the raisins with your friend.

4. (If time allows, include the following.) Draw a number bond to represent Ming and Dan’s raisins.

Tell a story about the shapes. Complete the number bond.

Color the cube stick to match the number bond.

In each stick, color some cubes orange and the rest purple. Fill out the number bond to match. Tell a story about one of your number bonds to a friend.

Draw a 7-stick and use 2 colors to make 7. Make a number bond and fill it in.

1. What are some of the ways you found to make a 7? Let’s put them in a list!

2. How did you find all of those different ways? How did you know that you had found a way to make 7?

3. In the Problem Set, what does the number 5 represent? How about the number 2? And the number 7?

4. Did the story you and your partner told match the amount you put in each circle of the number bond?

5. Why do we have to color all the cubes in the stick in the Problem Set?

Lesson 8 Homework

Draw a set of 4 circles and 3 triangles. How many shapes do you have? Fill in the number sentence and number bond.

Color the cubes to match the number bond.

Color some cubes red and the rest blue. Fill out the number bond to match.

Learning Goal

I can model breaking apart with a story, objects, and number bonds to 7.

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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 8 Common Core Worksheets

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 8

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to model decompositions of 7 using a story situation, sets, and number bonds.

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

Lesson 8 Concept Development and Problem Set

Ming had 5 raisins. Represent her raisins with the clay. Dan had 2 raisins. Represent his raisins, too. How many raisins are there in all?

1. Put Ming’s raisins into a 5-group. Now, put Dan’s raisins in a row underneath Ming’s raisins like this. Do you still have 7 raisins?

2. Hide the bottom two raisins. How many raisins do you see now?

3. Talk about the raisins with your friend.

4. (If time allows, include the following.) Draw a number bond to represent Ming and Dan’s raisins.

Tell a story about the shapes. Complete the number bond.

Color the cube stick to match the number bond.

In each stick, color some cubes orange and the rest purple. Fill out the number bond to match. Tell a story about one of your number bonds to a friend.

Draw a 7-stick and use 2 colors to make 7. Make a number bond and fill it in.

1. What are some of the ways you found to make a 7? Let’s put them in a list!

2. How did you find all of those different ways? How did you know that you had found a way to make 7?

3. In the Problem Set, what does the number 5 represent? How about the number 2? And the number 7?

4. Did the story you and your partner told match the amount you put in each circle of the number bond?

5. Why do we have to color all the cubes in the stick in the Problem Set?

Lesson 8 Homework

Draw a set of 4 circles and 3 triangles. How many shapes do you have? Fill in the number sentence and number bond.

Color the cubes to match the number bond.

Color some cubes red and the rest blue. Fill out the number bond to match.

I can model breaking apart with a story, objects, and number bonds to 7.

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