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Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 3

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to represent composition story situations with drawings using numeric number bonds.

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

Lesson 3 Concept Development and Problem Set

Chris had 3 baseball cards. Use your cubes to show his cards. Katharine had 2 baseball cards. Show her cards with your cubes. Now, with your cubes, show how many cards they have together.

Make a picture on your personal board to show the story. Can you make a number bond picture about your story? Talk about your work with your partner.

Draw and write the numbers to complete the number bonds.

Write numbers to complete the number bond. Put the dogs in one part and the balls in the other part.

Look at the picture. Tell a story about the birds going home to your neighbor. Draw a number bond and write numbers that match your story.

1. What is a part? What is the whole? How do they work together?

2. Does it matter if we use pictures or numbers to show a story? Does it matter if we use pictures or numbers in our number bond? Why or why not?

3. Look at the smiley faces on your Problem Set. Did your neighbor put the yellow (gray) faces and the white faces in the same parts as you did? Does it matter where we draw the smiley faces that are in the parts?

4. What is the fastest way to tell about the triangles and squares in a number bond? Drawing the shapes or writing the numbers?

5. Does it make a difference where I write the numbers in the number bond?

Lesson 3 Homework

Fill in the number bond to match the domino.

Fill in the domino with dots and fill in the number bond to match.

Learning Goal

I can make number bond filled with drawings and numbers.

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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 3 Common Core Worksheets

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 3

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to represent composition story situations with drawings using numeric number bonds.

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

Lesson 3 Concept Development and Problem Set

Chris had 3 baseball cards. Use your cubes to show his cards. Katharine had 2 baseball cards. Show her cards with your cubes. Now, with your cubes, show how many cards they have together.

Make a picture on your personal board to show the story. Can you make a number bond picture about your story? Talk about your work with your partner.

Draw and write the numbers to complete the number bonds.

Write numbers to complete the number bond. Put the dogs in one part and the balls in the other part.

Look at the picture. Tell a story about the birds going home to your neighbor. Draw a number bond and write numbers that match your story.

1. What is a part? What is the whole? How do they work together?

2. Does it matter if we use pictures or numbers to show a story? Does it matter if we use pictures or numbers in our number bond? Why or why not?

3. Look at the smiley faces on your Problem Set. Did your neighbor put the yellow (gray) faces and the white faces in the same parts as you did? Does it matter where we draw the smiley faces that are in the parts?

4. What is the fastest way to tell about the triangles and squares in a number bond? Drawing the shapes or writing the numbers?

5. Does it make a difference where I write the numbers in the number bond?

Lesson 3 Homework

Fill in the number bond to match the domino.

Fill in the domino with dots and fill in the number bond to match.

I can make number bond filled with drawings and numbers.

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