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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 21 Common Core Worksheets

**New York State Common Core Math Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 21**

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 21

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to represent subtraction story problems using objects, drawings, expressions, and equations.

Topic D: Subtraction from Numbers to 8

Lesson 21 Concept Development and Problem Set

Five little green frogs were sitting on the side of the pond. Draw the frogs.

It was so hot that two of the froggies decided to go for a swim! Cross out the frogs in your picture to show the ones who hopped into the pond. How many frogs were still by the side of the pond?

Talk to your partner about the story. How can you write about your story in a number sentence?

Tyler bought a cone with 4 scoops. He ate 1 scoop. Cross out 1 scoop. How many scoops were left?

Eva ate ice cream too. She ate 2 scoops. How many scoops were left?

There were 4 bottles. 3 of them broke. How many were left?

Anthony had 5 erasers in his pencil box. He dropped his pencil box and 4 erasers fell on the floor. How many erasers are in Anthony’s pencil box now? Draw the erasers and fill in the number sentence.

Tanisha had 5 grapes. She gave 3 grapes to a friend. How many grapes does Tanisha have now? Draw the grapes and fill in the number sentence.

1. How did you know which number to write first in your number sentences today?

2. How did you know what to write next?

3. How did you find the last number in your number sentence?

4. How did your pictures help you to write your number sentences?

5. Were there different ways to write the number sentences about your stories?

Lesson 21 Homework

There were 5 apples. Bill ate 1. Cross out the apple he ate. How many apples were left? Fill in the boxes.

There were 5 oranges. Pat took 2. Draw the oranges. Cross out the 2 she took. How many oranges were left? Fill in the boxes.

Learning Goal

I can use objects, drawings, and number sentences to show taking from.

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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 21 Common Core Worksheets

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 21

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to represent subtraction story problems using objects, drawings, expressions, and equations.

Topic D: Subtraction from Numbers to 8

Lesson 21 Concept Development and Problem Set

Five little green frogs were sitting on the side of the pond. Draw the frogs.

It was so hot that two of the froggies decided to go for a swim! Cross out the frogs in your picture to show the ones who hopped into the pond. How many frogs were still by the side of the pond?

Talk to your partner about the story. How can you write about your story in a number sentence?

Tyler bought a cone with 4 scoops. He ate 1 scoop. Cross out 1 scoop. How many scoops were left?

Eva ate ice cream too. She ate 2 scoops. How many scoops were left?

There were 4 bottles. 3 of them broke. How many were left?

Anthony had 5 erasers in his pencil box. He dropped his pencil box and 4 erasers fell on the floor. How many erasers are in Anthony’s pencil box now? Draw the erasers and fill in the number sentence.

Tanisha had 5 grapes. She gave 3 grapes to a friend. How many grapes does Tanisha have now? Draw the grapes and fill in the number sentence.

1. How did you know which number to write first in your number sentences today?

2. How did you know what to write next?

3. How did you find the last number in your number sentence?

4. How did your pictures help you to write your number sentences?

5. Were there different ways to write the number sentences about your stories?

Lesson 21 Homework

There were 5 apples. Bill ate 1. Cross out the apple he ate. How many apples were left? Fill in the boxes.

There were 5 oranges. Pat took 2. Draw the oranges. Cross out the 2 she took. How many oranges were left? Fill in the boxes.

I can use objects, drawings, and number sentences to show taking from.

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