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Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Grade 1 students learn how to solve take from with change unknown math stories with drawings.

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

NYS Math Module 1, Grade 1, Lesson 31

Lesson 31 Concept Development

Learning Goal: I can use math drawings to model finding an unknown part.

Lesson 31 Homework

Make a math drawing and circle the part you know. Cross out the unknown part.
Complete the number sentence and number bond.
1. Missy gets 6 presents for her birthday. She unwraps some. 4 are still wrapped. How many presents did she unwrap?
2. Ann has a box of 8 markers. Some fall on the floor. 6 are still in the box. How many markers fell on the floor?
_____ markers fell on the floor.
3. Nick makes 7 cupcakes for his friends. Some cupcakes were eaten. Now there are 5 left. How many cupcakes were eaten?
4. A dog has 8 bones. He hides some. He still has 5 bones. How many bones are hidden?
_____ bones are hidden.
5. The cafeteria table can seat 10 students. Some of the seats are taken. 7 seats are empty. How many seats are taken?
6. Ron has 10 sticks of gum. He gives one stick to each of his friends. Now he has 3 sticks of gum left. How many friends did Ron share with?
Ron shared with _____ friends. Lesson 31 Practice

Learning Goal: I can use subtraction to solve math stories using pictures.

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