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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 1, lesson 28 Common Core Worksheets
New York State Common Core Math Kindergarten, module 1, lesson 28
Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 1, lesson 28
Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to act out result unknown story problems without equations.
Topic F: Working with Numbers 9 to 10 in Different Configurations
Lesson 28 Concept Development and Problem Set
Draw a bracelet with 10 beads. Make sure that your bracelet is
closed so the beads don’t fall off! Show your bracelet to a
friend and have her count your beads. Did you both count them
the same way? Are there any smaller numbers inside your
Listen to my stories. Color the pictures to show what is happening. Write how many in
Bobby picked 4 red flowers. Then he picked 2 purple flowers. How many flowers did
Janet went to the donut store. She bought 6 chocolate donuts and 3 strawberry
donuts. How many donuts did she buy?
Some children were sitting in a circle. 4 of them
were wearing green shirts. The rest were wearing
yellow shirts. How many children were in the circle?
Jerry spilled his bag of marbles. Circle the group of grey marbles. Circle the group of
black marbles. How many marbles spilled?
Make up a story with the bears. Color the bears to match the story.
Tell your story to a friend.
Make up a new story. Draw a picture to go with your story. Tell your
story to a friend.
How did the number path help us act out our
How many red and purple flowers did it take to
make 6 flowers? Talk to your neighbor, could we
color the flowers a different way and still have 6
flowers? (Discuss the donuts, shirts, and marbles
the same way.)
Look at the 9 donuts Janet bought. Imagine Janet
bought 8 chocolate donuts. How many
strawberry donuts does Janet buy? What if Janet
bought 1 chocolate donut?
Lesson 28 Homework
Make up a story about 10 things in your house. Draw a picture to go
with your story. Be ready to share your story in school tomorrow.
I can listen to stories and show the amount.
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