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

Lesson 8 Concept Development and Problem Set

Peter drew a number bond of 13 as 10 and 3. Bill drew one, too, but he switched around the 10 and 3. Show Bill and Peter’s number bonds. Draw a picture of thirteen things as 10 ones and 3 ones. Explain your thinking to your partner about what you notice about the two number bonds.

Use your materials to show each number as 10 ones and some more ones.

Use your 5-Groups way of drawing. Show each number with your Hide Zero cards. Whisper count as you work.

1. What is the same/different about the 5-group cards and the Hide Zero cards?

2. How can you prove 20 is the same as 2 ten?

3. When you write the number 18 on your personal board, how is it the same and different from the number 18 when you show it with Hide Zero cards or 5-group cards?

4. Which is your favorite way to show a number— with linking cubes, the Hide Zero cards, the 5- group cards, or just writing the number? Why? 5. Count up to 20 in standard form and count back to 0 the Say Ten way.

6. Who can prove that the 1 in 14 is 10 ones, not 1 one?

Lesson 8 Homework

Use your materials to show each number as 10 ones and some more ones.

Learning Goal

I can draw a teen number in a organized way, using 5-groups.

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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 5, lesson 8 Common Core Worksheets

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Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to model teen numbers with materials from abstract to concrete.

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

Lesson 8 Concept Development and Problem Set

Peter drew a number bond of 13 as 10 and 3. Bill drew one, too, but he switched around the 10 and 3. Show Bill and Peter’s number bonds. Draw a picture of thirteen things as 10 ones and 3 ones. Explain your thinking to your partner about what you notice about the two number bonds.

Use your materials to show each number as 10 ones and some more ones.

Use your 5-Groups way of drawing. Show each number with your Hide Zero cards. Whisper count as you work.

1. What is the same/different about the 5-group cards and the Hide Zero cards?

2. How can you prove 20 is the same as 2 ten?

3. When you write the number 18 on your personal board, how is it the same and different from the number 18 when you show it with Hide Zero cards or 5-group cards?

4. Which is your favorite way to show a number— with linking cubes, the Hide Zero cards, the 5- group cards, or just writing the number? Why? 5. Count up to 20 in standard form and count back to 0 the Say Ten way.

6. Who can prove that the 1 in 14 is 10 ones, not 1 one?

Lesson 8 Homework

Use your materials to show each number as 10 ones and some more ones.

I can draw a teen number in a organized way, using 5-groups.

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