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Eureka Math/EngageNY grade 1 module 2 lesson 12 Worksheets
New York State Common Core Math Grade 1 Module 2, Lesson 12
Eureka Math grade 1 module 2 lesson 12 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 12 Concept Development
Lesson goal: I can subtract 9 from 10.
Lesson 12 Exit Ticket
Make a simple math drawing. Cross out from the 10 ones to show what happens in the
1. There were 16 books on the table. 10 books were about dinosaurs. 6 books were
about fish. A student took 9 of the dinosaur books. How many books were left on
There were ____ books left on the table.
Lesson 12 Homework
Make a simple math drawing. Cross out from the 10 ones to show what happens in the stories.
1. There were 15 squirrels by a tree. 10 of them were eating nuts. 5 squirrels were
playing. A loud noise scared away 9 of the squirrels eating nuts. How many squirrels
were left by the tree?
2. There are 17 ladybugs on the plant. 10 of them are on a leaf and 7 of them are on
the stem. 9 of the ladybugs on the leaf crawled away. How many ladybugs are still on the plant?
3. Use the number bond to fill in the math story. Make a simple math drawing.
Cross out from 10 ones or some ones to show what happens in the stories.
There were ____ ants in the ant hill. ____ of them are sleeping and ____ of them are
eating. 9 of the sleeping ants woke up. How many ants are not sleeping?
4. Use the number bond below to come up with your own math story. Include a simple
math drawing. Cross out from 10 ones to show what happens.
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