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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 3, lesson 1 Common Core Worksheets
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Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 3, lesson 1
Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to compare lengths using taller than and shorter than with aligned and non-aligned endpoints.
Topic A: Comparison of Length and Height
Lesson 1 Concept Development and Problem Set
In each pair, circle the taller one. Imagine the paper strips are lying flat
on a table.
Draw a flower that is taller than
Draw a tree that is taller than
In each pair, circle the shorter one.
Draw a bookmark that is
shorter than this book.
Draw a crayon that is
shorter than this pencil.
1. What did you notice when we were looking at the pencils? (Note: Guide discussion to focus on the
importance of proper endpoint alignment.)
2. What did you notice when we were comparing the strings? (Note: Guide discussion to focus on
conservation of length with respect to orientation and movement.)
3. How did you know which paper strip on your problem set was longer than the other?
4. How did you decide which one was shorter than the other?
5. Explain to your partner how you were able to draw the flower taller than the vase. Did your partner
think the same way?
6. When we started our lesson, we thought about how we might compare things. What were we
comparing today, how heavy something is, how long something is, how many of something there
are, or how much space something takes up?
Lesson 1 Homework
Draw 3 more flowers that are shorter than these flowers.
Count how many flowers you have now. Write the number
in the box.
Draw 2 more ladybugs that are taller than these. Count
how many ladybugs you have now. Write the number in
I can compare lengths using taller than and shorter than.
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