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Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 5, lesson 7

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to model and write numbers 10 to 20 as number bonds.

Topic B: Compose Numbers 11 to 20 from 10 Ones and Some Ones; Represent and Write Teen Numbers

Lesson 7 Concept Development and Problem Set

Gregory drew 10 smiley faces and 5 smiley faces. He put them together and had 15 smiley faces. Draw the 15 smiley faces as 10 smiley faces and 5 smiley faces. Then draw 15 with Hide Zero cards when the zero is hiding and when the zero is not hiding.

Look at the Hide Zero cards or the 10-frame cards. Use your cards to show the number. Write the number as a number bond.

1. Tell me about the pattern you see on your Problem Set.
2. How are the number bond Hide Zero cards helping you to understand the numbers from eleven to twenty?
3. How does counting the Say Ten way help you understand?
4. How is this “1” in thirteen the same as this “1” in 19?
When you made your number bonds, what stayed the same and what changed?
5. When you see the number eleven, how are those two “1”s different?

Lesson 7 Homework

Look at the Hide Zero cards or the 10-frame cards. Use your cards to show the number. Write the number as a number bond.



Learning Goal

I can put teen numbers into a number bond.



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