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Eureka Math/EngageNY grade 1 module 2 lesson 13 Worksheets
New York State Common Core Math Grade 1 Module 2, Lesson 13
Eureka Math grade 1 module 2 lesson 13 Worksheets (pdf)
Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Grade 1 students learn how to solve word problems with subtraction of 9 from 10.
Common Core Standards: 1.OA.1,
Lesson 13 Concept Development
Lesson goal: I can model subtracting 9.
Lesson 13 Exit Ticket
Solve. Fill in the number bond. Use 5-group rows and cross out to show your work.
Gabriela has 4 hair clips in her hair and 10 hair clips in her bedroom. She gives 9 of the
hair clips in her room to her sister. How many hair clips does Gabriela have?
Gabriela has ___ hair clips.
Lesson 13 Homework
Solve. Use 5-group rows and cross out to show
your work. Write number sentences.
1. In a park, 10 dogs are running on the grass and 1 dog is sleeping under the tree.
9 of the running dogs leave the park. How many dogs are left in the park?
2. Alejandro had 9 rocks in his yard and 10 rocks in his room. 9 of the rocks in his
room are gray rocks and the rest of the rocks are white. How many white rocks
does Alejandro have?
3. Sophia has 8 toy cars in the kitchen and 10 toy cars in her bedroom. 9 of the toy
cars in the bedroom are blue. The rest of her cars are red. How many red cars
does Sophia have?
4. Complete the number bond and fill in the math story. Use 5-group rows and cross
out to show your work. Write number sentences.
There were ____ birds splashing in a puddle and ____ birds walking on the dry grass.
9 of the splashing birds flew away. How many birds are left?
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