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Eureka Math/EngageNY grade 1 module 1 lesson 29 Worksheets

New York State Common Core Math Grade 1 Module 1, Lesson 29
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Worksheets, solutions and videos to help Grade 1 students learn how to solve take apart with addend unknown math stories with math drawings, equations, and statements, circling the known part to find the unknown.

Common Core Standards: 1.OA.1, 1.OA.4, 1.OA.5, 1.OA.8

NYS Math Module 1, Grade 1, Lesson 29

Lesson 29 Concept Development

Repeat the process with more take apart math stories. The following is a suggested sequence:
• 8 cupcakes in all: 6 with chocolate icing, the rest with vanilla
• 7 sneakers in all: 3 with Velcro, the rest with shoe laces
• 10 coats: 7 with buttons, the rest with zippers
• 9 balls: 3 basketballs, the rest are soccer balls

Learning Goal: I can use organized math drawings to model parts of a whole amount.



Lesson 29 Homework

Read the math stories. Make math drawings to solve.
1. Tom has a box of 7 crayons. 5 crayons are red. How many crayons are not red?
2. Mary picks 8 flowers. 2 are daisies. The rest are tulips. How many tulips does she pick?
3. There are 9 pieces of fruit in the bowl. 4 are apples. The rest are oranges. How many pieces of fruit are oranges?
4. Mom and Ben make 10 cookies. 6 are stars. The rest are round. How many cookies are round?
5. The parking lot has 7 spaces. 2 cars are parked in the lot. How many more cars can park in the lot?
6. Liz has 2 fingers with Band Aids. How many fingers are not hurt?

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