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## Go Math Grade K Answer Key Chapter 8 Represent, Count, and Write 20 and Beyond

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## Go Math Grade K Chapter 8 Answer Key Represent, Count, and Write 20 and Beyond

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Represent, Count, and Write 20 and Beyond

Lesson: 1 Model and Count 20

Lesson: 2 Count and Write to 20

Lesson: 3 Count and Order to 20

Lesson: 4 Problem Solving • Compare Numbers to 20

Mid-Chapter Checkpoint

Lesson: 5 Count to 50 by Ones

Lesson: 6 Count to 100 by Ones

Lesson: 7 Count to 100 by Tens

Lesson: 8 Count by Tens

### Represent, Count, and Write 20 and Beyond Show What You Know

DIRECTIONS 1. Circle all of the sets that show 9. 2. Circle all of the sets that show 8. 3. Count and tell how many. Write the number. Circle the number that is less. 4. Write the numbers in order as you count forward.
Explore Numbers to 10
Question 1.

Explanation :
The sets which contains 9 are circled.
3 sets contains 9 count

Question 2.

Explanation :
The sets which contains 8 are circled.
3 sets contains 8 count

Compare Numbers to 10
Question 3.

Explanation :
Number of apples are 10
Number of oranges are 8
The Number of oranges are lesser than number of apples . The lesser number is circled .
Write Numbers to 10
Question 4.

Explanation :
The Numbers are written in Ascending order from 3 to 8 .

### Represent, Count, and Write 20 and Beyond Vocabulary Builder

DIRECTIONS Point to each otter as you count. Point to the number word that shows how many otters in all. How many are wearing glasses? Write the number.

Explanation:
Number of otters are 18
Number of otters not wearing glasses are 3 which are circled in the above image that is 7,9 and 13 otters.
Number of otters which are wearing glasses = total – number of otters not wearing glasses = 18 – 3 = 15
Both the Number of otters and number of otters wearing glasses are writen in the above Figure .

### Represent, Count, and Write 20 and Beyond Game Who Has More?

DIRECTIONS Play with a partner. Each player shuffles a set of numeral cards and places them facedown in a stack. Each player turns over the top card on his or her stack and models that number by placing cube trains on the work space. Partners compare the cube trains. The player with the greater number keeps both of the numeral cards. If both numbers are the same, each player returns the card to the bottom of his or her stack. The player with the most cards at the end of the game wins.

MATERIALS 2 sets of numeral cards 11–20, cubes

### Represent, Count, and Write 20 and Beyond Vocabulary Game

DIRECTIONS Shuffle the Word Cards. Place each card facedown on a different square above. A player turns over two cards. If they match, the player tells what they know about the word and keeps the cards. If they do not match, the player turns the cards facedown again. Players take turns. The player with more pairs wins.

MATERIALS 2 sets of Word Cards

The Write Way

### Lesson 8.1 Model and Count 20

Essential Question How can you show and count 20 objects?

Listen and Draw

DIRECTIONS Use cubes to model 20. Draw the cubes.

Explanation :
Number of cubes drawn are 20 .
Ten cubes in first frame of ten and another ten in below frame of ten .

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DIRECTIONS 1. Count and tell how many. Trace the number. 2. Use cubes to model the number 20. Draw the cubes. 3. Use the cubes from Exercise 2 to model ten-cube trains. Draw the cube trains.
Question 1.

Explanation :
Number of oranges are 20 and the 20 number is traced .

Question 2.

Explanation :
Number of cubes drawn are 20 .
Ten cubes in first frame of ten and another ten in below frame of ten .

Question 3.

Explanation
Cube train is shown in the above figure with 3 cubes and the 3 number is traced .

DIRECTIONS 4–5. Count and tell how many pieces of fruit. Write the number. Tell a friend how you counted the oranges.
Question 4.

Explanation :
The number of oranges are 20 and the number 20 is traced .

Question 5.

Explanation :
Number of fruits in the above figure are 20 and 20 number is traced .

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 6. Lily makes a necklace with 20 beads. Circle to show the beads Lily uses to make her necklace. 7. How many of each color bead did you circle? Write the numbers. Tell a friend about the number of each color beads. 8. Draw and write to show what you know about 20. Tell a friend about your drawing.
Question 6.

Explanation :
Number of beads used for making necklace are circled.

Question 7.

Explanation :

Question 8.

Explanation :
Th number of triangles drawn are 20 . In the first frame of 10 we have 10 triangles and in another ten of frame we have 10 triangles . In total 20 triangles are drawn .

HOME ACTIVITY • Draw two ten frames on a sheet of paper. Have your child show the number 20 by placing small objects, such as buttons or dried beans, in the ten frames.

### Model and Count 20 Homework & Practice 8.1

DIRECTIONS 1–2. Count and tell how many pieces of fruit. Write the number. Tell a friend how you counted the fruit.
Question 1.

Explanation :
Number of pear fruits are 20 and the number 20 is written .

Question 2.

Explanation :
The number of strawberries are 20 and the number 20 is written .

DIRECTIONS 1–2. Count and tell how many. Write the number. 3. Tell an addition word problem about the boats. Write and trace to complete the addition sentence.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

Explanation :
The number of cube links are 20. we have 2 sets of cube links each set has 10 cube links.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

Explanation :
The number of counters are 11 and the number 11 is written

Question 3.

Explanation :
The number of boats are 5 . one and 4 more . The numbers are traced as shown in above figure .

### Lesson 8.2 Count and Write to 20

Essential Question How can you count and write up to 20 with words and numbers?

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DIRECTIONS 1. Count and tell how many pieces of fruit. Trace the numbers as you say them. 2–4. Count and tell how many pieces of fruit. Write the number.
Question 1.

Explanation :
The number of Papaya pieces are 20 and the number 20 is traced 3 times.

Question 2.

Explanation :
The number of kiwi pieces are 20 and the number 20 is written

Question 3.

Explanation :
The number of Pineapples are 19 and the number 19 is written

Question 4.

Explanation :
The number of Watermelon pieces are 20 and the number 20 is written

DIRECTIONS 5–6. Count and tell how many pieces of fruit. Write the number.
Question 5.

Explanation :
The number of Apples are 19 and the number 19 is written

Question 6.

Explanation :
The number of Pears are 20 and the number 20 is written

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 7. David served fruit at his party. Circle a number to show how many pieces of fruit he served. Draw more fruit to show that number. 8. Draw a set of objects that has a number of objects one greater than 19. Write how many objects are in the set. Tell a friend about your drawing.
Question 7.

Explanation :
Given number of kiwi pieces are 10 and 10 more added
The number of Kiwi Fruit pieces are 20 and the number 20 is circled

Go Math Kindergarten Answer Key Topic 8 Lesson 8.2 Answer Key Question 8.
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Explanation :
The Number of triangles are 18 and one more triangle is added now, the number of triangles are 19 as shown in above figure.

HOME ACTIVITY • Have your child use small objects, such as pebbles or pasta pieces, to show the number 20. Then have him or her write the number on a piece of paper.

### Count and Write to 20 Homework & Practice 8.2

DIRECTIONS 1–2. Count and tell how many pieces of fruit. Write the number.
Question 1.

Explanation :
The Number of apples are 19 and the number 19 is written .

Question 2.

Explanation :
The Number of oranges are 20 and the number 20 is written .

DIRECTIONS 1–2. Count and tell how many. Write the number. 3. Complete the addition sentence to show the numbers that match the cube train.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

Explanation :
The Number of Apples are 20 and the number 20 is written .

Spiral Review
Question 2.

Explanation :
The Number of counters are 14 and the number 14 is written .

Question 3.

Explanation :
The Number of counters are 5 and the number 5 is written .

### Lesson 8.3 Count and Order to 20

Essential Question How can you count forward to 20 from a given number?

DIRECTIONS Draw a line under a number. Count forward to 20 from that number. Use the terms greater than and less than to compare and describe the order of numbers. Circle the number that is one greater than the number you underlined. Build cube trains to model the numbers you marked. Draw the cube trains. Circle the larger cube train.

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DIRECTIONS 1. Count the dots of each color in the ten frames. Write the numbers. 2. Trace and write those numbers in order.
Question 1.

Explanation :
The dots were counted and the respective number is written below .

Question 2.

Explanation :
The number are written in ascending order from 1 to 10 .

DIRECTIONS 3. Count the dots of each color in the ten frames. Write the numbers. 4. Trace and write those numbers in order.
Question 3.

Explanation :
The dots were counted and the respective number is written below .

Go Math Grade Kindergarten Chapter 8 Lesson 3 Answer Key Question 4.

Explanation :
The number are written in ascending order from 11 to 20 .

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 5. Write to show the numbers in order. Count forward to 20 from one of the numbers you wrote.
Question 5.

Explanation :
The number are written in ascending order from 1 to 20 .

HOME ACTIVITY • Give your child a set of 11 objects, a set of 12 objects, and a set of 13 objects. Have him or her count the objects in each set and place the sets in order from smallest to largest.

### Count and Order to 20 Homework & Practice 8.3

DIRECTIONS 1. Count the dots in each set of ten frames. Trace or write the numbers. 2. Trace and write those numbers in order.
Question 1.

Explanation :
The dots were counted and the respective number is written below .

Question 2.

Explanation :
The number are written in ascending order from 11 to 20 .

DIRECTIONS 1. Count forward. Trace and write the numbers in order. 2. Tell an addition word problem about the cats. Write and trace to complete the addition sentence. 3. How many erasers are there? Write the number.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

Explanation :
The number are written in ascending order from 13 to 17 .

Spiral Review
Question 2.

Explanation :
The Number of Cats are 3 and 4 .
3 and 4 are added we get sum 7

Question 3.

Explanation:
The Number of Erasers are 4 and the number 4 is written .

### Lesson 8.4 Problem Solving • Compare Numbers to 20

Essential Question How can you solve problems using the strategy of making a model?

Unlock the Problem

DIRECTIONS Alma has a number of yellow cubes one greater than 15. Juan has a number of green cubes one less than 17. Show the cubes. Compare the sets of cubes. Draw the cubes. Tell a friend about your drawing.

Explanation :

Number of cubes with Alma = one greater than 15 = 15 + 1 = 16
Number of cubes with Juan = one less than 17. = 17 – 1 = 16 .

Try Another Problem

DIRECTIONS 1. Kiara has 18 apples. She has a number of apples two greater than Cristobal. Use cubes to model the sets of apples. Compare the sets. Which set is larger? Draw the cubes. Write how many in each set. Circle the greater number. Tell a friend how you compared the numbers.
Question 1.

Explanation :
Number of Apples with Kiara = 18
She has a number of apples two greater than Cristobal.
Number of apples with Cristobal = 18 – 2 = 16.
Kiara has 2 apples more .and the number is circled .

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DIRECTIONS 2. Salome has 19 oranges. Zion has a number of oranges two less than Salome. Use cubes to model the sets of oranges. Compare the sets. Which set is smaller? Draw the cubes. Write how many in each set. Circle the number that is less. Tell a friend how you compared the numbers.

Go Math Grade K Chapter 8 Answer Key Lesson 8.4 Question 2.

Explanation :
Number of Oranges with Salome are 19 oranges.
Zion has a number of oranges two less than Salome.
Number of Oranges with Zion = 19 – 2 = 17  Oranges .
Salome have greater Oranges than Zion and the Greater number is circled .

### Problem Solving • Compare Numbers to 20 Homework & Practice 8.4

DIRECTIONS 1. Teni has 16 berries. She has a number of berries two greater than Marta. Use cubes to model the sets of berries. Compare the sets. Which set is larger? Draw the cubes. Write how many in each set. Circle the greater number. Tell a friend how you compared the numbers. 2. Ben has 18 pears. Sophia has a number of pears two less than Ben. Use cubes to model the sets of pears. Compare the sets. Which set is smaller? Draw the cubes. Write how many in each set. Circle the number that is less. Tell a friend how you compared the numbers.
Question 1.

Explanation :
Number of Berries with Teni = 16 berries.
She has a number of berries two greater than Marta.

Number of berries with Marta = 16 – 2 = 14 .
Teni have 2 more berries than Marta .
The Greater number is circled

Go Math Kindergarten Chapter 8 Lesson 4 Answer Key Question 2.

Explanation :
Number of pears with Ben = 18
Sophia has a number of pears two less than Ben.
Number of pears with Sophia = 18 – 2 = 16
Sophia have less Pears and the number is circled .

DIRECTIONS 1. Jim has 20 grapes. Mia has a number of grapes two less than Jim. Use cubes to model the sets of grapes. Compare the sets. Which set is smaller? Draw the cubes. Write how many are in each set. Circle the number that is less. 2. Count and tell how many. Write the number. 3. Count the counters in each set. Circle the set that has a greater number of counters.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

Explanation :
Number of Grapes with Jim = 20 grapes.
Mia has a number of grapes two less than Jim.
Number of Grapes with Mia = 20 – 2 = 18 grapes.
Mia has less grapes than Jim.  The smaller number is circled .

Spiral Review
Question 2.

Explanation :
Number of counters in the given figure are 16 and the number 16 is written .

Question 3.

Explanation :
Number of counters in set one are 3 and number of counters in set 2 is 4.
The greater set is circled .

### Represent, Count, and Write 20 and Beyond Mid-Chapter Checkpoint

Concepts and Skills

DIRECTIONS 1. Count and tell how many. Write the number. (K.CC.A.3) 2. Write how many pieces of fruit are in each picture. Circle the number that is less. (K.CC.C.6) 3. Write how many pieces of fruit are in each picture. Circle the number that is greater. (K.CC.C.6) 4. What number comes next in counting order? Circle the number. (K.CC.A.3)
Question 1.

Explanation :
Number of counters are 20 and the number is written

Question 2.

Explanation :
Number of apples in the first set are 18
Number of apples in the second set are 17
Number 18 and 17 are written and the smaller number 17 is circled .

Question 3.

Explanation :
Number of oranges in the first set are 16
Number of oranges in the second set are 15
Number 16 and 15 are written and the greater number 16 is circled .

Question 4.
THINK SMARTER

Explanation :
Number are written in ascending order from 15 to 19 .after 18 the next number is 19 .

### Lesson 8.5 Count to 50 by Ones

Essential Question How does the order of numbers help you count to 50 by ones?

Listen and Draw

DIRECTIONS Point to each number as you count to 50. Trace the circle around the number 50.

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DIRECTIONS 1. Point to each number as you count to 50. Circle the number 15. Begin with 15 and count forward to 50. Draw a line under the number 50.
Question 1.

Explanation :
Number 15 is circled from 15 the number is counted one by one till 50 as shown in above figure .

DIRECTIONS 2. Look away and point to any number. Circle that number. Count forward from that number. Draw a line under the number 50.
Question 2.

Explanation :
Number 19 is circled . from 19 the number is counted one by one till 50 as shown in above figure .

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 3. I am greater than 17 and less than 19. What number am I? Use blue to color that number. I am greater than 24 and less than 26. What number am I? Use red to color that number.

Explanation
. I am greater than 17 and less than 19. – The Number is 18
. I am greater than 24 and less than 26. – The Number is 25

HOME ACTIVITY • Think of a number between 1 and 50. Say greater than and less than to describe your number. Have your child say the number.

### Count to 50 by Ones Homework & Practice 8.5

DIRECTIONS 1. Look away and point to any number. Circle that number. Count forward from that number. Draw a line under the number 50.
Question 1.

Explanation :
Number 20 is circled . from 20 the number is counted one by one till 50 as shown in above figure .

DIRECTIONS 1. Begin with 1 and count forward to 20. What is the next number? Draw a line under that number. 2. Complete the addition sentence to show the numbers that match the cube train. 3. Shelley has 10 counters. Three of her counters are white. The rest of her counters are gray. How many are gray? Complete the subtraction sentence to show the answer.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

Explanation :
Begins at 1 and count forward to 20. That means from 1, 20 steps are moved forward and stops at 20. that next number is 20 it, is underlined.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

Explanation :
Number of cube links are 7 . first 2 cubes are in black color and another 5 cubes are in white. so, in total 7 linking cubes are there .

Go Math Kindergarten Chapter 8 Lesson 8.5 Answer Key Question 3.

### Lesson 8.6 Count to 100 by Ones

Essential Question How does the order of numbers help you count to 100 by ones?

Listen and Draw

DIRECTIONS Point to each number as you count to 100. Trace the circle around the number 100.

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DIRECTIONS 1. Point to each number as you count to 100. Circle the number 11. Begin with 11 and count forward to 100. Draw a line under the number 100.
Question 1.

Explanation :
Number 11 is circled . from 11 the number is counted one by one till 100 as shown in above figure .

DIRECTIONS 2. Point to each number as you count to 100. Look away and point to any number. Circle that number. Count forward to 100 from that number. Draw a line under the number 100.
Question 2.

Explanation :
Number 15 is circled . from 15 the number is counted one by one till 100 as shown in above figure .

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 3. Place your finger on the number 15. Write or trace to show the numbers that are “neighbors” to the number 15. Say greater than and less than to describe the numbers. 4. Draw to show what you know about some other “neighbor” numbers in the chart.
Question 3.

Explanation :
The neighbor numbers of 15 are 14 , 16 .
15 is greater than 14 and 15 is lesser than 16 .

Question 4.

HOME ACTIVITY • Show your child a calendar. Point to a number on the calendar. Have him or her tell you all the numbers that are “neighbors” to that number.

### Count to 100 by Ones Homework & Practice 8.6

DIRECTIONS 1. Point to each number as you count to 100. Look away and point to any number. Circle that number. Count forward to 100 from that number. Draw a line under the number 100.
Question 1.

Explanation :
Number 18 is circled . from 18 the number is counted one by one till 100 as shown in above figure .

DIRECTIONS 1. Begin with 71 and count forward to 80. What is the next number? Draw a line under that number. 2. Pete makes the cube train shown. He takes the cube train apart to show how many cubes are gray. Complete the subtraction sentence to show Pete’s cube train. 3. Count how many flowers. Write the number. Draw to show a set of counters that has the same number as the set of flowers. Write the number.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

Explanation :
Number 71 is circled . from 71 the number is counted one by one till 80 as shown in above figure .

Spiral Review
Question 2.

Explanation :
Total cubes in the cube train = 4
Number of cubes which are gray = 3
Number of white cubes = 4 – 3 = 1

Question 3.

Explanation :
Number of flowers are 5 and same number of counters are drawn.
Number 5 is written .

### Lesson 8.7 Count to 100 by Tens

Essential Question How can you count to 100 by tens on a hundred chart?

Listen and Draw

DIRECTIONS Trace the circles around the numbers that end in a 0. Beginning with 10, count those numbers in order. Tell a friend how you are counting.

Explanation:
The number ending with 0 are traced as shown in above figure.

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DIRECTIONS 1. Write the numbers to complete the counting order to 20. Trace the numbers to complete the counting order to 50. Count by tens as you point to the numbers you wrote and traced.
Question 1.

Explanation :
Count by tens are 10 , 20 , 30 , 40 and 50 . Numbers 10 and 20 are written and 30,40 and 50 numbers are traced.

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 3. Antonio has 10 marbles. Write the number in order. Jasmine has 10 more marbles than Antonio. Write that number in order. Lin has 10 more marbles than Jasmine. Draw a line under the number that shows how many marbles Lin has. When counting by tens, what number comes right after 40? Circle the number.
Question 3.

Explanation :
Number of Marbles with Antonio =10 marbles.
Jasmine has 10 more marbles than Antonio.
Number of Marbles with Jasmine = 10 + 10 = 20
Lin has 10 more marbles than Jasmine.
Number of Marbles with Lin = 20 + 10 = 30 . Number 30 is underlined .
number comes right after 40 is 41 .

HOME ACTIVITY • Show your child a calendar. Use pieces of paper to cover the numbers that end in 0. Ask your child to say the numbers that are covered. Then have him or her remove the pieces of paper to check.

### Count to 100 by Tens Homework & Practice 8.7

DIRECTIONS 1. Count by tens as you point to the numbers in the shaded boxes. Start with the number 10. What number do you end with? Draw a line under that number. 2. How many tiles are there? Write the number. 3. Complete the subtraction sentence that matches the cube train.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

Explanation :
Number begins at 10 and then count by 10 we get 20, 30 which are underlined .

Spiral Review
Question 2.

Explanation :
Number of counters are 10 in ten frame of wall and 4 in total 14 counters.
The number 14 is written .

Question 3.

Explanation :
Number of linking cubes are 9 and from that 2 linking cubes are crossed so, Remaining linking cubes are 9 – 2 = 7 .

### Lesson 8.8 Count by Tens

Essential Question How can you use sets of tens to count to 100?

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DIRECTIONS 1–5. Point to each set of 10 as you count by tens. Circle the number that shows how many.
Question 1.

Explanation :
Number of crayons are one set of 10

Question 2.

Explanation :
Number of crayons are two set of 10 means 10 + 10 = 20

Question 3.

Explanation :
Number of crayons are three set of 10 means 10 + 10 +10 = 30

Go Math Chapter 8 Kindergarten Lesson 8 Answer Key Question 4.

Explanation :
Number of crayons are four set of 10 means 10 + 10 +10 + 10= 40

Question 5.

Explanation :
Number of crayons are five set of 10 means 10 + 10 +10 + 10 + 10 = 50

DIRECTIONS 6–10. Point to each set of 10 as you count by tens. Circle the number that shows how many.
Question 6.

Explanation :
Each bunch of grapes contains 10
Number of grapes are six bunches of 10 means 10 + 10 +10 + 10 + 10 + 10 = 60

Question 7.

Explanation :
Each bunch of grapes contains 10
Number of grapes are seven bunches of 10 means 10 + 10 +10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 = 70

Question 8.

Explanation :
Each bunch of grapes contains 10
Number of grapes are eight bunches of 10 means 10 + 10 +10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 +10 = 80

Question 9.

Explanation :
Each bunch of grapes contains 10
Number of grapes are nine bunches of 10 means 10 + 10 +10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 +10 + 10= 90

Question 10.

Explanation :
Each bunch of grapes contains 10
Number of grapes are ten bunches of 10 means 10 + 10 +10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 +10 + 10 + 10 = 100

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 11. Circle sets of 10 stars. Count the sets of stars by tens.
Question 11.

Explanation :
Number of stars of each set are 10
Number of circles formed are 4
Number of stars which are circled are 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 = 40 stars .

HOME ACTIVITY • Give your child some coins or buttons and ten cups. Ask him or her to place ten coins into each cup. Then have him or her point to each cup as he or she counts by tens to 100.

### Count by Tens Homework & Practice 8.8

DIRECTIONS 1–5. Point to each set of 10 as you count by tens. Circle the number that shows how many.
Question 1.

Explanation :
Each bunch of grapes contains 10
Number of grapes are three bunches of 10 means 10 + 10 +10 = 30

Question 2.

Explanation :
Each bunch of grapes contains 10
Number of grapes are five bunches of 10 means 10 + 10 +10 + 10 + 10 = 50

Question 3.

Explanation :
Each bunch of grapes contains 10
Number of grapes are six bunches of 10 means 10 + 10 +10 + 10 + 10 + 10 = 60

Question 4.

Explanation :
Each bunch of grapes contains 10
Number of grapes are nine bunches of 10 means 10 + 10 +10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 +10 + 10 = 90

Question 5.

Explanation :
Each bunch of grapes contains 10
Number of grapes are ten bunches of 10 means 10 + 10 +10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 = 100

DIRECTIONS 1. Point to each set of 10 as you count by tens. Circle the number that shows how many crayons there are. 2. Count and tell how many. Write the number. 3. Complete the addition sentence to match the cube train.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

Explanation :
Number of crayons in each set are 10
Total Number of crayons in seven sets are 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 = 70

Spiral Review
Question 2.

Explanation :
Number of counters are 15 and the number 15 is written .

Question 3.

Explanation :
Total Number of linking cubes are 4
Number of gray cubes are 1 and Number of white cubes are 3

### Represent, Count, and Write 20 and Beyond Review/Test

DIRECTIONS 1. Match the ten frames to the numbers that tell how many counters. 2. Sandy has 20 beads. Circle how many beads she has. Write the number of beads. 3. Start with 16. Count forward. Trace and write the numbers in order.
Question 1.

Question 2.

Explanation :
Number of beads with sandy are 20 . Number 20 is written and circled in the figure as shown above .

Question 3.

Explanation :
Numbers are written in ascending order from 16  to 20

DIRECTIONS 4. Choose all the sets with a number of watermelons less than 18. 5. Begin with 31. Point to each number as you count. Draw a line under the last number counted. 6. Point to each number as you count. Circle the number that comes next in counting order
Question 4.

Explanation :
Number of water melons are counted and written .
Number of water melons less tan 18 are 16 , 15 and 17  as shown in above figure.

Question 5.

Explanation :
Number 31 is circled . from 31 the number is counted one by one till 50 as shown in above figure .

Question 6.

Explanation :
The numbers are arranged in ascending order from 94 to 100 .

DIRECTIONS 7. Circle the numbers that end in a zero. 8. Count the crayons by tens. Mark under the number that shows how many. 9. Dexter has 20 pencils. He has a number of pencils 1 greater than Jane. Draw the number of pencils Jane has. Write the number.
Question 7.

Explanation :
Numbers ending with 0 are 90 and 100 . Both the numbers are circled.

Question 8.

Explanation :
Each set of crayons contains 10
Number of crayons are eight sets that 10 means 10 + 10 +10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 +10 = 80

Question 9.

Number of pencils with Dexter are 20
He has a number of pencils 1 greater than Jane.
Number of pencils Jane have are 20 – 1 = 19 .

DIRECTIONS 10. Are the numbers in counting order? Circle Yes or No. 11. Count by tens. Trace and write to complete the counting order. 12. What number does each set of counters show? Write the numbers. Then write the numbers in counting order.
Question 10.

Question 11.

Explanation :
Number are written in count by tens 10 , 20 , 30 , 40 and 50

Question 12.
THINK SMARTER+

Explanation :
The number of counters is written and arranged in ascending order as shown in the above figure.

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## Go Math Grade K Chapter 3 Answer Key Represent, Count, and Write Numbers 6 to 9

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Represent, Count, and Write Numbers 6 to 9

Lesson: 1 Model and Count 6

Lesson: 2 Count and Write to 6

Lesson: 3 Model and Count 7

Lesson: 4 Count and Write to 7

Mid-Chapter Checkpoint

Lesson: 5 Model and Count 8

Lesson: 6 Count and Write to 8

Lesson: 7 Model and Count 9

Lesson: 8 Count and Write to 9

Lesson: 9 Problem Solving • Numbers to 9

Curious George

Rides are popular at fairs.

### Represent, Count, and Write Numbers 6 to 9 Show What You Know

Explore Numbers to 5

Question 1.

Question 2.

Compare Numbers to 5

Question 3.

Write Numbers to 5

Go Math Kindergarten Chapter 3 Pdf Question 4.

This page checks understanding of important skills needed for success in Chapter 3.

DIRECTIONS 1. Circle the dot cards that show 3. 2. Circle the dot cards that show 5. 3. Write the number of cubes in each set. Circle the greater number. 4. Write the numbers 1 to 5 in order.

### Represent, Count, and Write Numbers 6 to 9 Vocabulary Builder

DIRECTIONS
Point to sets of objects as you count. Circle two sets that have the same number of objects. Tell what you know about sets that have more objects or fewer objects than other sets on this page.

### Represent, Count, and Write Numbers 6 to 9 Game: Number Line Up

Number Line Up

DIRECTIONS
Play with a partner. Place numeral cards as shown on the board. Shuffle the remaining cards and place them face down in a stack. Players take turns picking one card from the stack. They place the card to the right to form a number sequence without skipping any numbers. The number sequence can be forward from 0 or backward from 5. If a player picks a card that is not next in either number sequence, the card is returned to the bottom of the stack. The first player to complete a number sequence wins the game.
MATERIALS
2 sets of numeral cards 0–5

### Represent, Count, and Write Numbers 6 to 9 Vocabulary Game

Going Places with GOMATH! Words

Picture It

DIRECTIONS Players take turns. A player chooses a secret word from the Word Box and then sets the timer. The player draws pictures to give hints about the secret word. If the other player guesses the secret word before time runs out, he or she puts a counter in the chart. The first player who has counters in all his or her boxes wins.

MATERIALS timer, drawing paper, two-color counters for each player

The Write Way

### Lesson 3.1 Model and Count 6

Essential Question
How can you show and count 6 objects?

Listen and Draw

DIRECTIONS Place a counter on each ticket in the set as you count them. Move the counters to the ten frame. Draw the counters.

Share and Show

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of cars  = 6
So , the counters are = 6
The counters are represented as 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.
The counters are moved to the parking lot.

DIRECTIONS 1. Place a counter on each car in the set as you count them. Move the counters to the parking lot. Draw the counters. Say the number as you trace it.

Question 2.

Explanation :
Number of Yellow counters are 4
Number of Red counters are 4
So, to make a sum of 6 we add two counters. That is represented in 4 different ways.
1 red + 5 yellow, 2 red + 4 yellow, 3 red + 3 yellow, 5 red + 1 yellow all these expressions on adding gives the sum 6.

DIRECTIONS 2. Trace the number 6. Use two-color counters to model the different ways to make 6. Write to show some pairs of numbers that make 6.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Given three set of pop cone buckets
Number of buckets each sets contains 6 , 5 , 6.
The set containing 6 buckets are circled

Go Math Grade K Pdf Chapter 3 Lesson 1 Answer Key Question 4.

Explanation:
There is a set of 6 popcorn buckets.
I have represented set of 6 as 3 – 2 -1.

DIRECTIONS 3. Six people each bought a bucket of popcorn. Count the buckets of popcorn in each set. Circle all the sets that show six buckets. 4. Draw to show a set of six objects. Tell about your drawing.

HOME ACTIVITY
• Ask your child to show a set of five objects. Have him or her show one more object and tell how many objects are in the set.

### Model and Count 6 Homework & Practice 3.1

Question 1.

Explanation :
Number of Yellow counters are 4
Number of Red counters are 4
So, to make a sum of 6 we add two counters. That is represented in 4 different ways.
1 red + 5 yellow, 2 red + 4 yellow, 3 red + 3 yellow, 5 red + 1 yellow all these expressions on adding gives the sum 6.

DIRECTIONS 1. Trace the number 6. Use two-color counters to model the different ways to make 6. Color to show the counters below. Write to show some pairs of numbers that make 6.

Lesson Check

Question 1.

Explanation:
Given a number 6 to trace.
Number of counter given in the ten frame  = 3
Sum = 6
To make a 6 we need 3 more counters to  ad into the ten frame.

Spiral Review

Question 2.

Explanation:
From the fig
There are 3 counters in 1st set and 2 counters in 2nd set.
2 is less than 3. So, 2 has been circled.

Question 3.

Explanation:
In the figure given
3 counters and Number 3 is drawn beside the counters.

DIRECTIONS 1. Trace the number. How many more counters would you place in the ten frame to model a way to make 6? Draw the counters. 2. Count and tell how many are in each set. Write the numbers. Compare the numbers. Circle the number that is less. 3. Count and tell how many. Write the number.

### Lesson 3.2 Count and Write to 6

Essential Question
How can you count and write up to 6 with words and numbers?

Listen and Draw

Explanation:
Number of cubes = 6
Number of caps  = 6
Number 6 is Traced  6 times and 6 is written in number name.

DIRECTIONS Count and tell how many cubes. Trace the numbers. Count and tell how many hats. Trace the word.

Share and Show

Question 1.

Explanation:
Group of 6 people is circled.
Group of 6 balloons is circled.
Group of 6 rectangle shaped pic is circled.

DIRECTIONS 1. Look at the picture. Circle all the sets of six objects. Circle the group of six people.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number 6 is represented 5 times.

Question 3.

Explanation:
In the above figure
5 images are given.
Number 5 is represented at the bottom.

Question 4.

Explanation:
In the above figure
6 different colored circled images  are represented .
Number 6 is represented at the bottom.

Question 5.

Explanation:
In the above figure
6 colored whistles  are represented .
Number 6 is represented at the bottom.

Question 6.

Explanation:
In the above figure
6 different colored Hats  are represented .
Number 6 is represented at the bottom.

DIRECTIONS 2. Say the number. Trace the numbers. 3–6. Count and tell how many. Write the number.

Problem Solving • Applications

Question 7.

Explanation:
Given 3 sets of whistles
1st set contains 6, 2nd set contains 4, 3rd set contains 5 .
Number of whistles Marta have are 2 less  than 6 = 4 whistles.
So, set is circled as it have 4 whistles.

Question 8.

Explanation:
6 objects have be drawn as 6 represent the number which is 1 greater than 5.
5 +1 = 6.

DIRECTIONS 7. Marta has a number of whistles that is two less than 6. Count the whistles in each set. Circle the set that shows a number of whistles two less than 6. 8. Draw a set of objects that has a number of objects one greater than 5. Tell about your drawing. Write how many objects.

### Count and Write to 6 Homework & Practice 3.2

Question 1.

Explanation :
The Number 6 is written for 6 times .

Question 2.

Explanation :
The Number of teddy bears are 6 .The number 6 is written .

Go Math Kindergarten Chapter 3 Lesson 2 Homework 3.1 Question 3.

Explanation :
The Number of Jokers are 6 and the number is written .

Question 4.

Explanation :
Number of bicycles are 5 and the number is written as shown in above figure .

Question 5.

Explanation :
Number of kites are 6 and the number is written as shown in above figure .

DIRECTIONS 1. Say the number. Trace the numbers. 2–5. Count and tell how many. Write the number.

Lesson Check

Question 1.

Explanation :
The Number of buses are 6 and the same number is written .

Spiral Review

Question 2.

Explanation :
The number of counters in first row are 3 and number of counters in second row are 4 and the respective numbers are written .
The greater number is circled .

Question 3.

Explanation :
The given Number is 2 so, 2 counters are represented in the given frame of five .

DIRECTIONS 1. How many school buses are there? Write the number. 2. Count and tell how many are in each set. Write the numbers. Compare the numbers. Circle the number that is greater. 3. How many counters would you place in the five frame to show the number? Draw the counters.

### Lesson 3.3 Model and Count 7

Essential Question
How can you show and count 7 objects?

Listen and Draw

Explanation :
Number of counters given are 6 and one more added . Now, number of counters are 7 and the number is written as shown in the above figure .

DIRECTIONS Model 6 objects. Show one more object. How many are there now? Tell a friend how you know. Draw the objects.

Share and Show

Question 1.

Question 2.

Explanation:
2 more than 5 gives 7.

Go Math Kindergarten Chapter 3 Lesson 3 Question Answer Question 3.

Explanation:
Given a ten frame. To make model 7 we need to fill with 7 counters as shown in the figure. 7 is the number 2 more than 5. and 1 more than 6.

DIRECTIONS 1. Place counters as shown. Count and tell how many counters. Trace the number. 2. How many more than 5 is 7? Write the number. 3. Place counters in the ten frame to model seven. Tell a friend what you know about the number 7.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Number 7 has been traced.
Used two color counters  to model the different ways to make 7 in the ten frame box.
Few combinations of the two color counters have been  written in the above figure that can make 7.

DIRECTIONS 4. Trace the number 7. Use two-color counters to model the different ways to make 7. Write to show some pairs of numbers that make 7.

Problem Solving • Applications

Question 5.

Explanation:
Given 3 sets of images. 1st image have 7 horses , 2nd set have 6 horses, 3rd set have 7 horses.
The set with 7 horses are circled.

Question 6.

Explanation:
To show the number 7 there are 7 colored triangles drawn.
7 triangles are drawn to represent  the number 7.
Number 7 is represents beside the triangles in the above figure.

DIRECTIONS 5. A carousel needs seven horses. Count the horses in each set. Which sets show seven horses? Circle those sets. 6. Draw to show what you know about the number 7. Tell a friend about your drawing.

HOME ACTIVITY
• Ask your child to show a set of six objects. Have him or her show one more object and tell how many objects are in the set.

### Model and Count 7 Homework & Practice 3.3

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number 7 has been traced.
Used two color counters  to model the different ways to make 7 in the ten frame box.
Few combinations of the two color counters have been  written in the above figure that can make 7.

DIRECTIONS 1. Trace the number 7. Use two-color counters to model the different ways to make 7. Color to show the counters below. Write to show some pairs of numbers that make 7.

Lesson Check

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number 7 have been traced.
In the ten frame 5 counters are placed and to make it 7. 2 more different colored counter is added.

Spiral Review

Question 2.

Explanation :
The number of counters in first row are 2 and number of counters in second row are 1 and the respective numbers are written .
The less number is circled .

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of birds in the above figure are 3. The number is represented in the figure.

DIRECTIONS 1. Trace the number. How many more counters would you place in the ten frame to model a way to make 7? Draw the counters. 2. Count and tell how many are in each set. Write the numbers. Compare the numbers. Circle the number that is less. 3. Count and tell how many. Write the number.

### Lesson 3.4 Count and Write to 7

Essential Question
How can you count and write up to 7 with words and numbers?

Listen and Draw

Explanation:
Number of cubes = 7
Number 7 is traced 6 times.
Number of hats are 7. The number 7 is represented  in number name and traced.

DIRECTIONS Count and tell how many cubes. Trace the numbers. Count and tell how many hats. Trace the word.

Share and Show

Question 1.

Explanation:
In the picture above a set of 7 objects have been circled.
There are 3 sets of object with 7 objects.

DIRECTIONS 1. Look at the picture. Circle all the sets of seven objects.

Question 2.

Explanation:
The number 7 is traced.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of dolls are 7 and the number 7 is represented.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Number of balloons are 7 and the number 7 is represented.

Question 5.

Explanation:
Number of bowling stack are 6 and the number 6  is represented.

Question 6.

Explanation:
Number of hats are 7. The number 7 is represented.

DIRECTIONS 2. Say the number. Trace the numbers. 3–6. Count and tell how many. Write the number.

HOME ACTIVITY
• Show your child seven objects. Have him or her point to each object as he or she counts it. Then have him or her write the number on paper to show how many objects.

### Count and Write to 7 Homework & Practice 3.4

Question 1.

Explanation:
The number 7 is traced.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of crayons are 7. 7 is represented.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of scissors are 7.
Number 7 is also represented.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Number of bottles are 6.
The number is is also represented.

Question 5.

Explanation:
Number of bags are 7.
Number 7 is represented.

DIRECTIONS 1. Say the number. Trace the numbers. 2–5. Count and tell how many. Write the number.

Lesson Check

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of erasers are 7.
7 is also represented.

Spiral Review

Question 2.

Explanation:
Given the number 3. So, we need three counters to fill in the 5 frame to show the number 3.Counter is represented as triangle.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of cubes are 2.
Number 2 is also represented.

DIRECTIONS 1. Count and tell how many erasers. Write the number. 2. How many counters would you place in the five frame to show the number? Draw the counters. 3. Count and tell how many cubes. Write the number.

### Represent, Count, and Write Numbers 6 to 9 Mid-Chapter Checkpoint

Concepts and Skills

Question 1.

Explanation:
Given a 5 frame and have to make 7 we need to add 2 more counter to the 5 counter.
5 triangle counters are in  the 5 frame and 2 rhombus counters are at the below .

Question 2.

Explanation:
There are 6 counters.
The number 6 is also represented.

Question 3.

Explanation:
There are 7 duck counters. The number 7 is also represented in the picture.

Question 4.
THINK SMARTER

Explanation:
There are 3 set of counters in the picture. Each set contains
1st set 7 whistles, 2nd set have 7 whistles, 3rd set have 6 whistles.
The sets with 7 whistles are circled.

DIRECTIONS 1. Use counters to model the number 7. Draw the counters. Write the number. 2–3. Count and tell how many. Write the number. 4. Circle all the sets of 7 whistles.

### Lesson 3.5 Model and Count 8

Essential Question
How can you show and count 8 objects?

Listen and Draw

Explanation:
In the 10 frame 7 is represented by 7 triangle counters and 1 more circle counter is added to that 7 triangle counters to represent to make 8.

DIRECTIONS Model 7 objects. Show one more object. How many are there now? Tell a friend how you know. Draw the objects.

Share and Show

Question 1.

Explanation
Given two counters in the picture.
5 counters are represented in a 5 frame and 3 more counter below the frame.
Adding 5 counters and 3 counters make 8.

Question 2.

Explanation:
5 and 3 more make 8.
5 + 3 = 8.

Question 3.

Explanation:
I took two different counters to make 8
A set of 6 counters and another set of 2 counters. On adding these two set gives 8.
6 + 2 = 8.

DIRECTIONS 1. Place counters as shown. Count and tell how many counters. Trace the number. 2. How many more than 5 is 8? Write the number. 3. Place counters in the ten frame to model eight. Tell a friend what you know about the number 8.

Question 4.

Explanation:
In the above picture their are different pair of counters that make 8.
These counters are represented with different colored numbers.
On adding these two numbers we get the sum 8. The number 8 is traced.

DIRECTIONS 4. Trace the number 8. Use two-color counters to model the different ways to make 8. Write to show some pairs of numbers that make 8.

Problem Solving • Applications

Question 5.

Explanation:
Dave sorted set of balls by color.
each set have the balls as
1st set – 8
2nd set – 8
3rd set – 6
4th set – 8
the sets with 8 are circled.

Question 6.

Explanation:
I used a ten frame to represent 8
I presented 5 in first row and 3 in the second row on adding these counters gives the number 8.

DIRECTIONS 5. Dave sorted sets of balls by color. Count the balls in each set. Which sets show eight balls? Circle those sets. 6. Draw to show what you know about the number 8. Tell a friend about your drawing.

HOME ACTIVITY
• Ask your child to show a set of seven objects. Have him or her show one more object and tell how many.

### Model and Count 8 Homework & Practice 3.5

Question 1.

Explanation:
In the above picture their are different pair of counters that make 8.
These counters are represented with different colored numbers.
On adding these two numbers we get the sum 8. The number 8 is traced.

DIRECTIONS 1. Trace the number 8. Use two-color counters to model the different ways to make 8. Color to show the counters below. Write to show some pairs of numbers that make 8.

Lesson Check

Question 1.

Explanation:
Given 4 counter in the ten frame to make 8.
To make 8 we need 4 more counter for the 4 counter which are given.
4 + 4 = 8.

Spiral Review

Question 2.

Explanation:
The 1st set of cubes are 4
The 2nd set of cubes are 5
on comparing the both 5 is 1 more than 4. So, 5 is greater than 4.
So, 5 is circled.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of STOP boards are 2.
The number 2 is represented.

DIRECTIONS 1. Trace the number. How many more counters would you place in the ten frame to model a way to make 8? Draw the counters. 2. Count and tell how many are in each set. Write the numbers. Compare the numbers. Circle the number that is greater. 3. Count and tell how many. Write the number.

### Lesson 3.6 Count and Write to 8

Essential Question
How can you count and write up to 8 with words and numbers?

Listen and Draw

Explanation:
Given
A set of cubes of 8
A set of balls of 8
The number 8 is traced in number form and number name form.

DIRECTIONS Count and tell how many cubes. Trace the numbers. Count and tell how many balls. Trace the word.

Share and Show

Question 1.

Explanation:
A set of 8 object are circles.

DIRECTIONS 1. Look at the picture. Circle all the sets of eight objects.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number has been traced 5 times.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of images in the picture are 8.
The number 8 is represented.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Number of images in the picture are 6.
The number 6 is represented.

Question 5.

Explanation:
Number of images in the picture are 8.
The number 8 is represented.

Question 6.

Explanation:
Number of images in the picture are 8.
The number 8 is represented.

DIRECTIONS 2. Say the number. Trace the numbers. 3–6. Count and tell how many. Write the number.

Problem Solving • Applications

Question 7.

Explanation:
Given sets of frogs Ed have.
Number of toy frogs Ed had are 2 greater than 6 = 2+ 6 = 8 toy frogs.
The set with 8 frogs is circled.

Question 8.

Number of prizes won by Robbie at the fair =10
Number of prizes won by Marissa are two less than Robbie = 10 – 2 = 8.
Marissa won 8 prizes at the fair.

DIRECTIONS 7. Ed has a number of toy frogs two greater than 6. Count the frogs in each set. Circle the set of frogs that belong to Ed. 8. Robbie won ten prizes at the fair. Marissa won a number of prizes two less than Robbie. Draw to show Marissa’s prizes. Write how many.

HOME ACTIVITY
• Show eight objects. Have your child point to each object as he or she counts it. Then have him or her write the number on paper to show how many objects.

### Count and Write to 8 Homework & Practice 3.6

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number 8 is traced 7 times.

Question 2.

Explanation:
The number of images in the picture is 8.
The number 8 is represented.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of images in the picture are 7
The number 7 is represented.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Number of images in the picture is 8.
The number 8 is represented.

Question 5.

Explanation:
Number of images in the picture are 8.
The number 8 is represented.

DIRECTIONS 1. Say the number. Trace the numbers. 2–5. Count and tell how many. Write the number.

Lesson Check

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of bees are 8.
Number 8 is represented beside the image.

Spiral Review

Question 2.

Explanation:
Two set of counters.
set 1 have 4 counters.
set 2 have 5 counters.
set with greater counter is circled. That is set 2 with 5 counters.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of beetles are 5.
Number 5 is represented beside the image

DIRECTIONS 1. Count and tell how many bees. Write the number. 2. Count and tell how many are in each set. Write the numbers. Compare the numbers. Circle the number that is greater. 3. Count and tell how many beetles. Write the number.

### Lesson 3.7 Model and Count 9

Essential Question
How can you show and count 9 objects?

Listen and Draw

Explanation
In the above image
Given a model 8 object with 8 counters and later 1 more counter is added to the model 8.
When you add 1 to 8 it becomes 9.
The model 9 object is represented in the second table and the number 9 is represented below that.

DIRECTIONS Model 8 objects. Show one more object. How many are there now? Tell a friend how you know. Draw the objects.

Share and Show

Question 1.

Explanation:
Given two set of counters
set 1 with 5 counters and set 2 with 4 counters to make a 9 model.
On adding 5 and 4 we get 9.

Question 2.

Explanation:
To get 9 we need to add 4 more to 5.

Kindergarten Go Math Lesson 3.7 Answer Key Question 3.

Explanation:
The ten frame is taken to make a model nine.
To make the model nine i have used two sets of counters.
set 1 have 5 rectangle counters
set 2 have 4 triangle counters.
ADDING these two gives the model 9.

DIRECTIONS 1. Place counters as shown. Count and tell how many counters. Trace the number. 2. How many more than 5 is 9? Write the number. 3. Place counters in the ten frame to model nine. Tell a friend what you know about the number 9.

Question 4.

Explanation:
The above image represent the model 9.
Above image represents the different ways to make 9 using two-color counters.
Pair of numbers are written that make 9.

DIRECTIONS 4. Trace the number 9. Use two-color counters to model the different ways to make 9. Write to show some pairs of numbers that make 9.

Problem Solving • Applications

Question 5.

Explanation:
Mr.Lopez making a display of flags.
He made 3 set. Each set containing 7 flags, 9 flags, 9 flags and Mr. Lopez need a set of nine flags.
Out of the 3 set he made 2 sets of 9 flags .
Those 2 sets are circled.

Question 6.

Explanation:
In the image i have taken triangles to make the model 9.
first row with 4
second row with 1
third row with 4
adding these three rows value = 4 + 1 + 4 = 9 give sum 9.

DIRECTIONS 5. Mr. Lopez is making displays using sets of nine flags. Count the flags in each set. Which sets show nine flags? Circle those sets. 6. Draw to show what you know about the number 9. Tell a friend about your drawing.

HOME ACTIVITY
• Ask your child to show a set of eight objects. Have him or her show one more object and tell how many.

### Model and Count 9 Homework & Practice 3.7

Question 1.

Explanation:
The above image represent the model 9.
Above image represents the different ways to make 9 using two-color counters.
Pair of numbers are written that make 9.

DIRECTIONS 1. Trace the number 9. Use two-color counters to model the different ways to make 9. Color to show the counters below. Write to show some pairs of numbers that make 9.

Lesson Check

Question 1.

Explanation:
Given
A ten frame to make a model 9.
There are 6 counters in the frame and we need 3 more to make it a 9 model.So, i added 3 more counters .
6 + 3 = 9.

Spiral Review

Question 2.

Explanation:
Given two sets of images
set 1 contains 3 cats
set 2 contains 4 dolphins.
4 is 1 more than 3. So, 4 is circle as it is greater.

Question 3.

Explanation:
The frame of 5 with 4 counter is given.

DIRECTIONS 1. Trace the number 9. How many more counters would you place in the ten frame to model a way to make 9? Draw the counters. 2. Count and tell how many are in each set. Write the numbers. Compare the numbers. Circle the number that is greater. 3. Count and tell how many. Write the number.

### Lesson 3.8 Count and Write to 9

Essential Question
How can you count and write up to 9 with words and numbers?

Listen and Draw

Explanation:
Number of cubes = 9
Number of ducks = 9
The number 9 is traced. 9 is written in name form is also traced.

DIRECTIONS Count and tell how many cubes. Trace the numbers. Count and tell how many ducks. Trace the word.

Share and Show

Question 1.

Explanation:
In the above image the objects with group of 9 are circles.

DIRECTIONS 1. Look at the picture. Circle all the sets of nine objects.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number 9 is traced.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of admit card = 9
3 cards each in 3 rows.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Number of admit card = 8
3 cards each in 2 first and last columns and 2 in middle column.

Question 5.

Explanation:
Number of admit card = 9
4 cards each in first and middle rows. and 1 card in the last row.
4 + 4 + 1 = 9.

Question 6.

Explanation:
Number of admit card = 9
4 cards each in first and last columns. and 1 card in the middle column.
4 + 1 + 4 = 9

DIRECTIONS 2. Say the number. Trace the numbers. 3–6. Count and tell how many. Write the number

Problem Solving • Applications

Question 7.

Explanation:
Eva have  3 sets of bears . She wants to find the bears one less than 10.
1 less than 10 =9
The third st in the image have 9 bears. It is circled.

Question 8.

DIRECTIONS 7. Eva wants to find the set that has a number of bears one less than 10. Circle that set. 8. Draw a set that has a number of objects two greater than 7. Write how many.

HOME ACTIVITY
• Ask your child to find something in your home that has the number 9 on it, such as a clock or a phone.

### Count and Write to 9 Homework & Practice 3.8

Question 1.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of crayons are 9.
9 is represented under the image.

Question 3.

Explanation:
There are 7 pencils in the image and the 7 is represented under the image.

Question 4.

Explanation:
There are 9 bottles in the image and the 9 is represented under the image.

Question 5.

Explanation:
There are 9 scissors in the image and the 9 is represented under the image.

DIRECTIONS 1. Say the number. Trace the numbers. 2–5. Count and tell how many. Write the number.

Lesson Check

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of squirrels are 9.
Number 9 is represented best the image.

Spiral Review

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of birds  in the cage are 0.
Number 0 is represented best the image.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of counters are 5.
Number 5 is represented best the image.

DIRECTIONS 1. Count and tell how many squirrels. Write the number. 2. How many birds are in the cage? Write the number. 3. How many counters are there? Write the number.

### Lesson 3.9 Problem Solving • Numbers to 9

Essential Question
How can you solve problems using the strategy draw a picture?

Unlock the Problem

Number of lags on the red tent are = 7.
Number on flags on the blue tent are one greater than red tent = 1 +7 = 8.
Number of flags on blue tent are 8 flags.

DIRECTIONS There are seven flags on the red tent. Trace the flags. The blue tent has a number of flags one greater than the red tent. How many flags are on the blue tent? Draw the flags. Tell a friend about your drawing.

Try Another Problem

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of hats Bianca have are = 5
Number of hats Leigh have are 2 greater than 5 = 2 + 5 = 7.
These are represented in the above image.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of tokens Donna won = 9
Number of tokens Jackie won re 2 less than 9= 9 – 2 = 7.
These are represented in the above image.

DIRECTIONS 1. Bianca buys five hats. Leigh buys a number of hats two greater than 5. Draw the hats. Write the numbers. 2. Donna wins nine tokens. Jackie wins a number of tokens two less than 9. Draw the tokens. Write the numbers.

Share and Show

Question 3.

Explanation:
Total number of tickets Gray have = 8
Number of red tickets out of 8 tickets are = 4
Number of blue tickets = total – red tickets
8 – 4 = 4.
These are represented in the above image with the values.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Ann have a set of balloons = 7
Molly have a set of balloons less than 7 = 7 – 2 = 5.
These are represented in the above image.

DIRECTIONS 3. Gary has eight tickets. Four of the tickets are red. The rest are blue. How many are blue? Draw the tickets. Write the number beside each set of tickets. 4. Ann has seven balloons. Molly has a set of balloons less than seven. How many balloons does Molly have? Draw the balloons. Write the number beside each set of balloons.

Question 5.

Explanation:
Total number of seats for a teacup ride are = 6
Number of seats on a train ride are 2 less than 8 = 8 – 2 = 6.
Number of seats on the train ride are = 6.
The seats are drawn in the above image.

Question 6.

Explanation:
The number i choose from 0 -9 are = 6 and 9
To represent the numbers 6 and 9 i used two set of different shapes.
A set of rectangles are = 6.
A set of rhombus are = 9 .

DIRECTIONS 5. There are six seats on a teacup ride. The number of seats on a train ride is two less than 8. How many seats are on the train ride? Draw the seats. Write the number. 6. Pick two numbers between 0 and 9. Draw to show what you know about those numbers.

HOME ACTIVITY
• Have your child say two different numbers from 0–9 and tell what he or she knows about them.

### Problem Solving • Numbers to 9 Homework & Practice 3.9

Question 1.

Explanation:
Total number of flowers with Sally = 6
Number of yellow flowers are = 3
The rest are red flowers.
Number of red flowers = total flowers – number of yellow flowers.
= 6 – 3 = 3.
There are 3 red flowers.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Total acorns with Tim = 7
Number of acorns with Don are two less than 7 = 7 – 2 = 5.
Number of acorns with Don are 5.

DIRECTIONS 1. Sally has six flowers. Three of the flowers are yellow. The rest are red. How many are red? Draw the flowers. Write the number beside each set of flowers. 2. Tim has seven acorns. Don has a number of acorns that is two less than 7. How many acorns does Don have? Draw the acorns. Write the numbers.

Lesson Check

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of marbles Pete has = 5.
Number of marbles Jay have are two more than 5 = 5 + 2 = 7.
Number of marbles Jay are = 7.

Spiral Review

Question 2.

Explanation:
In the picture above there are 5 books.

Question 3.

Explanation:
There are two sets of counters.
1st set have 4 turtles.
2nd set have 5 bees.
The counters with greater value is circled.

DIRECTIONS 1. Pete has 5 marbles. Jay has a number of marbles that is two more than 5. How many marbles does Jay have? Draw the marbles. Write the numbers. 2. Count and tell how many books. 3. Count and tell how many are in each set. Write the numbers. Compare the numbers. Circle the number that is greater.

### Represent, Count, and Write Numbers 6 to 9 Chapter 3 Review/Test

Question 1.

Explanation:
There are three set of counters.
Set 1 have 6 counters, set 2 have 6 counters, set 3 have 4 counters.
The sets with 6 counters are circled.

Question 2.

Explanation:
There are three sets of whistles.
Set 1 have 7 whistles, Set 2 have 6 whistles, Set 3 have 7 whistles.
The set with 7 whistles are circled

Question 3.

Explanation:
Given a set of hats.
Number of hats in the set = 6.
The number is represented.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Given a ten frame.
There are 7 counters.

DIRECTIONS 1. Circle all the sets that show 6. 2. Circle all the sets that show 7. 3–4. Count and tell how many. Write the number.

Question 5.

Explanation:
Given 3 set of rabbit dolls.
Each set have a values and the values are represented at the bottom. we have to match the value with respected set.

Question 6.

Explanation:
Number of spinner given are 8 .
The number 8 is represented.

Question 7.

Explanation:
Number of hats given are 9.
The number 9 is represented.

Question 8.

Explanation:
Given
The ten frame with two different color counters to make model 9.
5 and 3 more gives 8
5 and 4 more gives 9
as we need to make model 9 we add 5 and 4 more .
4 is circled.

DIRECTIONS 5. Match each set to the number that tells how many. 6–7. Count to tell how many. Write the number. 8. The ten frame shows 5 red counters and some yellow counters. Five and how many more make 9? Choose the number.

Question 9.
THINK SMARTER

Anwer:

Explanation:
Number of marbles Jeffrey have = 8
Number of marbles Sarah have are one more than 8 = 8 + 1 = 9.
These values are represented with the set of 8 marbles and set of 9 marbles.

Question 10.

Explanation:
Given 3 ten frames with the counters.
1st set have 6 counters
2nd set have 8 counters
3rd set have 9 counters.
The ten frames with the counters greater than 6 are circled.

DIRECTIONS 9. Jeffrey has 8 marbles. Sarah has a number of marbles that is one greater than 8. Draw the marbles. Write the number for each set of marbles. 10. Choose all the ten frames that have a number of counters greater than 6.

Question 11.
THINK SMARTER

Explanation:
Number of turtles in the pond = 2 less than 9

= 9 – 2 = 7.
7 turtles in the pond.

Question 12.

Explanation:
A set of objects that is 2 more than 6 = 6 + 2 = 8.
8 objects are drawn to represent the number 8.

DIRECTIONS 11. The number of turtles in a pond is 2 less than 9. Draw counters to show the turtles. Write the number. 12. Draw a set that has a number of objects that is 2 more than 6. Write the number.

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Represent, Count, and Write Numbers 0 to 5

Lesson: 1 Model and Count 1 and 2

Lesson: 2 Count and Write 1 and 2

Lesson: 3 Model and Count 3 and 4

Lesson: 4 Count and Write 3 and 4

Mid-Chapter Checkpoint

Lesson: 5 Model and Count to 5

Lesson: 6 Count and Write to 5

Lesson: 7 Algebra • Ways to Make 5

Lesson: 8 Count and Order to 5

Lesson: 9 Problem Solving • Understand 0

Lesson: 10 Identify and Write 0

Curious George

Navel oranges have no seeds.
• How many seeds do you see?

### Represent, Count, and Write Numbers 0 to 5 Show What You Know

Explore Numbers

Question 1.

Match Numbers to Sets

Question 2.

This page checks understanding of important skills needed for success in Chapter 1.

Explanation:
There are 12 Navel oranges.
There are no seeds in the given figure.

DIRECTIONS 1. Circle all of the sets of three oranges. 2. Draw a line to match the number to the set.

### Represent, Count, and Write Numbers 0 to 5 Vocabulary Builder

Explanation:
One chick – One Flower set.
Two chick – Two Flowers set.
Three chicks – Three Flowers set.

DIRECTIONS
Draw a line to match a set of chicks to a set of flowers.

### Represent, Count, and Write Numbers 0 to 5 Game: Bus Stop

DIRECTIONS
Each player rolls the number cube. The first player to roll a 1 moves to the bus stop marked 1. Continue playing until each player has rolled the numbers in sequence and stopped at each bus stop. The first player to reach 5 wins the game.

MATERIALS game marker for each player, number cube (0–5)

### Represent, Count, and Write Numbers 0 to 5 Vocabulary Game

Going Places with GOMATH! Words

Number Words

Number names:
1 – One – We have One Mouth.
2 – Two – We have Two eyes.
3 – Three – We have Three dogs in our house.
4 – Four – We have Four vehicles in our house.
5 – Five – We have Five sense organs.

DIRECTIONS Say each word. Tell something you know about the word.

DIRECTIONS Shuffle all the cards and place them facedown in a pile. Play with a partner. Place game pieces on START. Take turns choosing a card and moving game pieces to the first space with that word or picture. If a player can tell about the word or picture, the player moves ahead 1 space. Return the card to the bottom of the pile. The first player to reach FINISH wins.

MATERIALS 1 connecting cube per player
• 3 sets of Vocabulary Cards
• 1 set of Picture Cards

The Write Way

Explanation:
Number given to draw = Four or 4.

DIRECTIONS

### Lesson 1.1 Model and Count 1 and 2

Essential Question
How can you show and count 1 and 2 with objects?

Listen and Draw

Explanation:
Number of crayons in the given figure:
One crayon – One counter
Two crayon – Two counters in the five frame given shown.

DIRECTIONS
Place a counter on each object in the set as you count them. Move the counters to the five frame. Draw the counters.

Share and Show

Question 1.

Explanation:
The count of book is ONE, in the given figure.
Number of counter = One or 1.
Number one is traced.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Given Number of tape dispenser are Two.
Number of counters = Two or 2.
Number two is traced.

DIRECTIONS 1–2. Place a counter on each object in the set as you count them. Tell how many counters. Trace the number. Move the counters to the five frame. Draw the counters.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Count One, traced One with One Counter in the five frames given shown.

Go Math Kindergarten Lesson 1.1 More Practice/Homework Question 4.

Explanation:
Count Two, traced Two with Two Counters in the five frame given shown.

Question 5.

Explanation:
Count One, traced One with One Counter in the five frame given shown.

Question 6.

Explanation:
Count Two, traced Two with Two Counters in the five frame given shown.

DIRECTIONS 3–6. Say the number. Count out that many counters in the five frame. Draw the counters.

Problem Solving • Applications

Question 7.

Explanation:
Among the Lunch Boxes given in the figure.
Max has 1 lunch box.
=>One Blue Lunch Box belongs to Max.
Jen has 2 matching lunch boxes.
=> Two Red Lunch Boxes belong to Jen.

Question 8.
1 or One number comes after 0 or Zero number.

Question 9.
2 or Two number comes after 1 or One number.

DIRECTIONS 7. Jen has 2 matching lunch boxes. Max has 1 lunch box. Circle to show Jen’s lunch boxes. 8. Draw to show what you know about the number 1. 9. Draw to show what you know about the number 2. Tell a friend about your drawings.

HOME ACTIVITY
• Ask your child to show a set that has one or two objects, such as books or buttons. Have him or her point to each object as he or she counts it to tell how many objects are in the set.

### Model and Count 1 and 2 Homework & Practice 1.1

Question 1.

Explanation:
2 or Two Number.

Explanation:

Question 2.

Explanation:
1 or One Number.

Explanation:
2 or Two Number.

Question 4.

Explanation:
1 or One Number.

DIRECTIONS
1–4. Say the number. Count out that many counters in the five frames. Draw the counters.

Lesson Check

Question 1.

Explanation:
1 or One Number.

Spiral Review

Question 2.

Explanation:
2 or Two Number.

Question 3.

Explanation:
1 or One Number.

DIRECTIONS 1–3. Trace the number. How many counters would you place in the five frame to show the number? Draw the counters.

### Lesson 1.2 Count and Write 1 and 2

Essential Question
How can you count and write 1 and 2 with words and numbers?

Listen and Draw

Explanation:
Number of cubes are One and Two in the given figure.

DIRECTIONS
Count the cubes. Tell how many. Trace the numbers and words.

Share and Show

Question 1.

Number of camera given in the figure = 1 or One.

Explanation:

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of Red cameras given in the figure = Two or 2.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of Paint bottle given in the figure = one or 1.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Number of Paint Brushes given in the figure = Two or 2.

DIRECTIONS
1–2. Count the cubes. Say the number. Trace the numbers. 3–4. Count and tell how many. Write the number.

Question 5.

Explanation:
Number of Soap box given in the figure = One or 1.

Question 6.

Explanation:
Number of Glue sticks given in the figure = Two or 2.

Question 7.

Explanation:
Number of markers given in the figure = Two or 2.

Question 8.

Explanation:
Number of scissors given in the figure = 1 or One.

Question 9.

Explanation:
Number of Blue Paint bottles given in the figure = 1 or One.

Question 10.

Explanation:
Number of Glue Bottles given in the figure = 2 or Two.

DIRECTIONS
5–10. Count and tell how many. Write the number.

Problem Solving • Applications

Question 11.

DIRECTIONS 11. Draw to show what you know about the numbers 1 and 2. Write the number beside each drawing. Tell a friend about your drawings.

HOME ACTIVITY
• Ask your child to write the number 1 on a sheet of paper. Then have him or her find an object that represents that number. Repeat with objects for the number 2.

### Count and Write 1 and 2 Homework & Practice 1.2

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of White Tigers given in the figure = 1 or One.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of Squirrels given in the figure = Two or 2.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of Elephants given in the figure = Two or 2.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Number of Foxes given in the figure = One or 1.

DIRECTIONS
1–4. Count and tell how many. Write the number.

Lesson Check

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of Cameras given in the figure = One or 1.

Spiral Review

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number given in the figure = 2 or Two.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number given in the figure = 1 or One.

DIRECTIONS
1. Count and tell how many cubes. Write the number. 2–3. Trace the number. How many counters would you place in the five frame to show the number? Draw the counters.

### Lesson 1.3 Model and Count 3 and 4

Essential Question
How can you show and count 3 and 4 with objects?

Listen and Draw

Explanation:
Number of Orange Horses given in the figure = Three or 3.
Number of Red Horses given in the figure = Four or 4.

DIRECTIONS
Place a counter on each object in the set as you count them. Move the counters to the five frame. Draw the counters.

Share and Show

Question 1.

Explanation:

Number of Toy Horses given in the figure = Three or 3.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of Turtle given in the figure = Four or 4.

DIRECTIONS
1–2. Place a counter on each object in the set as you count them. Tell how many counters. Trace the number. Move the counters to the five frame. Draw the counters.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number given = Three or 3.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Number given = Four or 4.

Question 5.

Explanation:
Number given = Four or 4.

Question 6.

Explanation:
Number given = Three or 3.

DIRECTIONS
3–6. Say the number as you trace it. Count out that many counters in the five frame. Draw the counters.

Problem Solving • Applications

Question 7.

Explanation:
Lukas has 3 matching toys.
=> Lukas Toys given in the figure = Frog Toys = Three or 3
Jon has a number of matching toys greater than Lukas.
=> Jon toys given in the figure = duck Toys = Four or 4.

Question 8.

Explanation:
Number Three always comes after two number.

Question 9.

Explanation:
Number Four always comes after three numbers.

DIRECTIONS
7. Lukas has 3 matching toys. Jon has a number of matching toys greater than Lukas. Circle to show Jon’s toys. 8. Draw to show what you know about the number 3. 9. Draw to show what you know about the number 4. Tell a friend about your drawings.

HOME ACTIVITY
• Draw a five frame or cut an egg carton to have just five sections. Have your child show a set of up to four objects and place the objects in the five frame.

### Model and Count 3 and 4 Homework & Practice 1.3

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number Three always comes after two number.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number Four always comes after three number.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number Three always comes after two number.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Number Four always comes after three number.

DIRECTIONS
1–4. Say the number as you trace it. Count out that many counters in the five frame. Draw the counters.

Lesson Check

Question 1.

Spiral Review

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of Umbrellas in the given figure = Two or 2.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number given in the figure = One or 1.

DIRECTIONS
1. Trace the number. How many counters would you place in the five frame to show the number? Draw the counters. 2. Count and tell how many umbrellas. Write the number. 3. Trace the number. How many counters would you place in the five frame to show the number? Draw the counters.

### Lesson 1.4 Count and Write 3 and 4

Essential Question
How can you count and write 3 and 4 with words and numbers?

Listen and Draw

Explanation:
Numbers given in the figure = Three (3) and Four (4).

DIRECTIONS
Count the cubes. Tell how many. Trace the numbers and the words.

Share and Show

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of cameras given in the figure = 3 or Three.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of Blue cameras given in the figure = Four or 4.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of Aero planes given in the figure = Three or 3.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Number of Fire Trucks given in the figure = Four or 4.

DIRECTIONS
1–2. Count the cubes. Say the number. Trace the numbers. 3–4. Count and tell how many. Write the number.

Question 5.

Explanation:
Number of footballs given in the figure = Three or 3.

Question 6.

Explanation:
Number of Basket Balls given in the figure = Four or 4.

Question 7.

Explanation:
Number of Base Balls given in the figure = Four or 4.

Question 8.

Explanation:
Number of Color Balls given in the figure = Three or 3.

Question 9.

Explanation:
Number of Balls given in the figure = Three or 3.

Question 10.

Explanation:
Number of Balls given in the figure = Four or 4.

DIRECTIONS
5–10. Count and tell how many. Write the number.

HOME ACTIVITY
• Ask your child to show a set of three or four objects. Have him or her write the number on paper to show how many objects.

### Count and Write 3 and 4 Homework & Practice 1.4

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of Grasshoppers given in the figure = Three or 3.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of Bugs given in the figure = Four or 4.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of Turtles given in the figure = Three or 3.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Number of Flies given in the figure = Four or 4.

Question 5.

Explanation:
Number of Butterflies given in the figure = Four or 4.

Question 6.

Explanation:
Number of mics given in the figure = Three or 3.

DIRECTIONS
1–6. Count and tell how many. Write the number.

Lesson Check

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of Butterflies given in the figure = Four or 4.

Spiral Review

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number given in the figure = Four or 4.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of Roses given in the figure = Two or 2.

DIRECTIONS
1. Count and tell how many butterflies. Write the number. 2. Trace the number. How many counters would you place in the five frame to show the number? Draw the counters. 3. Count and tell how many flowers. Write the number.

### Represent, Count, and Write Numbers 0 to 5 Mid-Chapter Checkpoint

Concepts and Skills

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number given to draw in the figure = Three or 3.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of Glue Bottles given in the figure = Two or 2.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of Fire Trucks given in the figure = Four or 4.

Question 4.
THINK SMARTER

Explanation:
Number of Purple Bags given in the figure = Three or 3.
Number of Orange Bags given in the figure = Four or 4.
Number of Red Bags given in the figure = Three or 3.

DIRECTIONS
1. Place counters in the five frame to show the number 3. Draw the counters. Write the number. 2–3. Count and tell how many. Write the number. 4. Count each set of bags. Circle all the sets that show 3 bags.

### Lesson 1.5 Model and Count to 5

Essential Question
How can you show and count up to 5 objects?

Listen and Draw

Explanation:
Number of Oranges given in the figure = Five or 5.

DIRECTIONS
Place a counter on each orange as you count them. Move the counters to the five frame. Draw the counters.

Share and Show

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of Lemons given in the figure = Five or 5.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of Green Lemons given in the figure = Five or 5.

DIRECTIONS
1–2. Place a counter on each object in the set as you count them. Tell how many counters. Trace the number. Move the counters to the five frame. Draw the counters.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number given in the figure = Five or 5.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Number given in the figure = Four or 4.

Question 5.

Explanation:
Number given in the figure = Five or 5.

Question 6.

Explanation:
Number given in the figure = Three or 3.

DIRECTIONS
3. Place counters to show five. Draw the counters. Write the number. 4. Place counters to show four. Draw the counters. Write the number. 5. Place counters to show five. Draw the counters. Write the number. 6. Place counters to show three. Draw the counters. Write the number.

Problem Solving • Applications

Question 7.

Explanation:
Number of Green Lemons given in the figure = Five or 5.
Number of Oranges given in the figure = Four or 4.
Number of Yellow Lemons given in the figure = Five or 5.

Question 8.

Explanation:
Number given in the figure to draw = Five or 5.
Number Five or 5 is greater than Number Four or 4.

DIRECTIONS
7. Carl needs 5 pieces of each kind of fruit. Circle to show all the sets Carl could use. 8. Draw to show what you know about the number 5. Tell a friend about your drawing.

### Model and Count to 5 Homework & Practice 1.5

Question 1.

Explanation:
The number given to draw in the figure = Five or 5.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number given to draw in the figure = Three or 3.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number given to draw in the figure = Four or 4.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Number given to draw in the figure = Five or 5.

DIRECTIONS 1. Place counters to show five. Draw the counters. Write the number. 2. Place counters to show three. Draw the counters. Write the number. 3. Place counters to show four. Draw the counters. Write the number. 4. Place counters to show five. Draw the counters. Write the number.

Lesson Check

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number given to draw in the figure = Five or 5.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of Cars given in the figure = Three or 3.

Spiral Review

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of Fishes given in the figure = Two or 2.

DIRECTIONS 1. Trace the number. How many counters would you place in the five frame to show the number? Draw the counters. 2–3. Count and tell how many. Write the number.

### Lesson 1.6 Count and Write to 5

Essential Question
How can you count and write up to 5 with words and numbers?

Listen and Draw

Explanation:
Number of Apples given in the figure = Five or 5.

DIRECTIONS
Count the cubes. Tell me how many. Trace the numbers and the word. Count the apples. Tell me how many. Trace the numbers.

Share and Show

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of Apples given in the figure = Five or 5.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of Five set of Apples given in the figure = 3 or Three sets.

DIRECTIONS
1. Count and tell how many apples. Trace the numbers. 2. Circle all the sets of five apples.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of Apples given in the figure = Five or 5.

Go Math Kindergarten Workbook Pdf Topic 1 Lesson 1.6 Answer Key Question 4.

Explanation:
Number of Apples given in the figure = Four or 4.

Question 5.

Explanation:
Number of Apples given in the figure = Three or 3.

Question 6.

Explanation:
Number of Apples given in the figure = Five or 5.

DIRECTIONS
3–6. Count and tell how many apples. Write the number.

Problem Solving • Applications

Question 7.

Explanation:
Five or 5 number always comes next to the Four or 4 number.

DIRECTIONS
7. Draw to show what you know about the number 5. Write the number. Tell a friend about your drawing.

HOME ACTIVITY
• Ask your child to write the number 5 on a sheet of paper. Then have him or her find objects to show that number.

### Count and Write to 5 Homework & Practice 1.6

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of Pencils given in the figure = Four or 4.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of Crayons given in the figure = five or 5.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of Erasers given in the figure = Three or 3.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Number of Paint brushes given in the figure = Five or 5.

Question 5.

Explanation:
Number of Scissors given in the figure = Five or 5.

Question 6.

Explanation:
Number of Glue Bottles given in the figure = Five or 5.

DIRECTIONS 1–6. Count and tell how many. Write the number.

Lesson Check

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of Lions given in the figure = Five or 5.

Spiral Review

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number given in the figure = Four or 4.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of Cameras given in the figure = Two or 2.

DIRECTIONS 1. Count and tell how many animals. Write the number. 2. Trace the number. How many counters would you place in the five frame to show the number? Draw the counters. 3. Count and tell how many cubes. Write the number.

### Lesson 1.7 Algebra • Ways to Make 5

Essential Question
How can you use two sets of objects to show 5 in more than one way?

Listen and Draw

Explanation:
Number of Red Marbles in the given Figure = Three or 3
Number of Yellow Marbles in the given Figure = Two or 2.

DIRECTIONS
Jessica has 5 marbles in the bag. The marbles can be red or yellow. Describe the marbles that might be in Jessica’s bag. Use counters to show one pair of marbles. Trace and color the counters.

Share and Show

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of Red counters in the given figure = Four or 4.
Number of Yellow counters in the given figure = One or 1.
Number of total counters in the given figure = Number of Red counters + Number of Yellow counters
= 4 + 1
= 5.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of Red counters in the given figure = Two or 2.
Number of Yellow counters in the given figure = Three or 3.
Number of total counters in the given figure = Number of Red counters in the given figure + Number of Yellow counters in the given figure
= 2 + 3
= 5.

DIRECTIONS 1. Look at the counters in the five-frame. Trace the numbers to show the pair that makes 5. 2. Use two colors of counters to show a different way to make 5. Write the numbers to show the pair that makes 5.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of Red counters in the given figure = Three or 3
Number of Yellow counters in the given figure = Two or 2.
Number of total counters in the given figure = Number of Red counters in the given figure + Number of Yellow counters in the given figure
= 3 + 2
= 5.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Number of Red counters in the given figure = One or 1.
Number of Yellow counters in the given figure = Four or 4.
Number of total counters in the given figure = Number of Red counters in the given figure + Number of Yellow counters in the given figure
= 1 + 4
= 5.

DIRECTIONS 3–4. Use 1 Tools or two colors of counters to show a different way to make 5. Write the numbers to show the pair that makes 5.

Problem Solving • Applications

Question 5.

Explanation:
Number of Red counters in the given figure = One or 1.
Number of Yellow counters in the given figure = Four or 4.
Number of total counters in the given figure = Number of Red counters + Number of Yellow counters
= 1 + 4
= 5.

Question 6.

Explanation:
Number of Blue cubes in the given figure = Three or 3.
Number of Red cubes in the given figure = Two or 2.
Number of total counters in the given figure = Number of Blue cubes + Number of Red cubes
= 3 + 2
= 5.

DIRECTIONS 5. Austin has 5 counters. One counter is red. How many yellow counters does he have? Color the counters. 6. Madison has 5 red and blue cubes. Color to show the cubes. Write the pair of numbers that makes up Madison’s cubes.

### Algebra • Ways to Make 5 Homework & Practice 1.7

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of Red counters in the given figure = Four or 4.
Number of Yellow counters in the given figure = One or 1.
Number of total counters in the given figure = Number of Red counters + Number of Yellow counters
= 4 + 1
= 5.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of Red counters in the given figure = Two or 2.
Number of Yellow counters in the given figure = Three or 3.
Number of total counters in the given figure = Number of Red counters + Number of Yellow counters
= 3 + 2
= 5.

DIRECTIONS 1–2. Use two colors of counters to show a way to make 5. Color to show the counters. Write the numbers to show the pair that makes 5.

Lesson Check

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of Grey counters given in the figure = Two or 2.
Number of more counters can b placed in the given figure = Three or 3.

Spiral Review

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of bugs Given in the figure = Five or 5.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of Aero planes given in the figure = Four or 4.

DIRECTIONS 1. How many more counters would you place in the five frame to show a way to make 5? Draw the counters. Write the number. 2–3. Count and tell how many. Write the number.

### Lesson 1.8 Count and Order to 5

Essential Question
How do you know that the order of numbers is the same as a set of objects that is one larger?

Listen and Draw

Explanation:
Total Number of Cubes towers= Five or 5.

DIRECTIONS Use cubes to make cube towers that have 1 to 5 cubes. Place the cube towers in order to match the numbers 1 to 5. Draw the cube towers in order.

Share and Show

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of cubes in the cube Train = Five or 5.

DIRECTIONS 1. Use cubes to make cube trains that have 1 to 5 cubes. Place the cube trains in order beginning with 1. Draw the cube trains and trace or write the numbers in order. Tell a friend what you know about the numbers and the cube trains.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of Books Given in the figure = One or 1.
Number of Scissors Given in the figure = Four or 4.
Number of Cat Books Given in the figure = Two or 2.
Number of Rubbers Given in the figure = Five or 5.
Number of Soaps Boxes Given in the figure = Three or 3.

DIRECTIONS 2. Count the objects in each set. Write the number beside the set of objects. Write those numbers in order beginning with the number 1.

Problem Solving • Applications

Question 3.

Explanation:
The set of the blocks given in the figure are from 1 to 5.

Go Math Kindergarten Chapter 1 Lesson 1.8 Answer Key Question 4.

Explanation:
The blocks given in the figure are starting from number 1 to 5. The order of the sets is one longer the other number.

DIRECTIONS 3. Paul has a set of blocks that is one larger than a set of 3 blocks. Circle Paul’s blocks. Check to make sure your answer makes sense. 4. Draw to show what you know about the order of sets 1 to 5. Tell a friend about your drawing.

### Count and Order to 5 Homework & Practice 1.8

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of Tents given in the figure = One or 1.
Number of Sea shells given in the figure = five or 5.
Number of Buckets given in the figure = Two or 2.
Number of Soil diggers given in the figure = Four or 4.
Number of Stars given in the figure = Three or 3.

DIRECTIONS 1. Count the objects in each set. Write the number beside the set of objects. Write those numbers in order beginning with the number 1.

Lesson Check

Question 1.

Explanation:
Numbers given in the figure are from 1 to 5.
The missing number in the given figure = Four or 4.

Spiral Review

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of Stars given in the figure = Four or 4.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number given in the figure to trace = Three or 3.

DIRECTIONS 1. Trace or write the numbers in order. 2. Count and tell how many stars. Write the number. 3. Trace the number. How many counters would you place in the five frame to show the number? Draw the counters.

### Lesson 1.9 Problem Solving • Understand 0

Essential Question
How can you solve problems using the strategy make a model?

Unlock the Problem

Explanation:
Number of Horses in the pen = Two or 2.
Number of Horses leave the pen n go to the field = Two or 2.
Number of Horses left in the pen = Number of Horses in the pen – Number of Horses leave the pen n go to the field
= 2 – 2
= 0.

DIRECTIONS Use counters to model this problem. There are two horses in the pen. The horses leave the pen and go to the field. How many horses are in the pen now? Trace the number. Tell a friend what you know about that number.

Try Another Problem

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of counters used to represent backpacks in the given figure = Three or 3.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of Backpacks given in the figure = Three or 3.
Number of Backpacks Taken by the children each in the given figure = Three or 3.
Number of Backpacks left = Number of Backpacks given in the figure – Number of Backpacks Taken by the children each in the given figure
= 3 – 3
= 0.

DIRECTIONS 1. Use counters to model this problem. Three children each have one backpack on a peg. Draw counters to show the backpacks. How many backpacks are there? Write the number. 2. Use counters to model a backpack on each peg. Three children each take one backpack. How many backpacks are there now? Write the number.

Share and Show

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of Books Drew has = One or 1.
Adam has one fewer book than Drew
=> Number of Books Adam has = 1 – 1 = 0.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Number of Pencils Bradley has = Zero or 0.
Matt has one more pencil than Bradley.
=>Number of pencils Matt has = 1 or One.

DIRECTIONS Use counters to model these problems. 3. Drew has one book. Adam has one fewer book than Drew. How many books does Adam have? Write the number. 4. Bradley has no pencils. Matt has one more pencil than Bradley. How many pencils does Matt have? Write the number.

Question 5.

Explanation:
Number of apples Vera has = 2 or Two.
Number of Apples Vera eats = One or 1.
Number of Apples given to her Friend = One or 1.
Number of Apples Vera has now = Number of apples Vera has – (Number of Apples Vera eats + Number of Apples given to her Friend )
= 2 – (1 + 1)
= 2 – 2
= 0.

Question 6.

Explanation:
Number of Crayons Amy has = Three or 3.
Now she has no crayons.
=> Number of Crayons Amy has now = Zero or 0.
Number of Crayons Amy gives away = Number of Crayons Amy has – Number of Crayons Amy has now
= 3 – 3
=0.

DIRECTIONS 5. Vera has 2 apples. She eats 1 apple and gives 1 apple to her friend. How many apples does Vera have now? Write the number. 6. Amy has 3 crayons. She gives some away. Now she has no crayons. How many crayons did she give away? Write the number.

HOME ACTIVITY
• Have your child place a set of up to five coins in a cup. Remove some or all of the coins and have him or her tell how many coins are in the cup and write the number.

### Problem Solving • Understand 0 Homework & Practice 1.9

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of juice box Oliver has = One or 1.
Lucy has one fewer juice box than Oliver.
=>Number of juice box Lucy has =Number of juice box Oliver has – 1
= 1 – 1
= Zero or 0.

Question 2.

Number of Books Jessica has = Zero or 0.
Wesley has 2 more books than Jessica.
=> Number of Books Wesley has = Number of Books Jessica has + 2
=> 0 + 2
=> 2

Explanation:

DIRECTIONS Use counters to model these problems. 1. Oliver has one juice box. Lucy has one fewer juice box than Oliver. How many juice boxes does Lucy have? Write the number. 2. Jessica has no books. Wesley has 2 more books than Jessica. How many books does Wesley have? Write the number.

Lesson Check

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of apples Eva has in her basket = Two or 2
Number of apples Eva eats = One or 1.
Number of apples Eva gives to her friend = One or 1.
Number of apples Eva has in her basket = Number of apples Eva has in her basket + ( Number of apples Eva eats + Number of apples Eva gives to her friend )
= 2 – ( 1 + 1)
= 2 – 2
= 0.

Spiral Review

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of Cameras given in the figure = Three or 3.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of Squirrels given in the figure = One or 1.

DIRECTIONS 1. Use counters to model this problem. Eva has 2 apples in her basket. She eats 1 apple and gives 1 apple to her friend. How many apples does Eva have now? Write the number. 2–3. Count and tell how many. Write the number.

### Lesson 1.10 Identify and Write 0

Essential Question
How can you identify and write 0 with words and numbers?

Listen and Draw

Explanation:
Number of Fishes given in the picture = Zero or 0.
Number Zero means no value.

DIRECTIONS How many fish are in the bowl? Trace the numbers and the word. Tell a friend what you know about that number.

Share and Show

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of Fishes given in the picture = Zero or 0.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of Fishes given in the picture = One or 1.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of Fishes given in the picture = Two or 2.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Number of Fishes given in the picture = Zero or 0.

DIRECTIONS 1. How many fish are in the tank? Trace the number. 2–4. How many fish are in the tank? Write the number. Circle the tanks that have 0 fish.

Question 5.

Explanation:
Number of Fishes given in the picture = Zero or 0.

Question 6.

Explanation:
Number of Fishes given in the picture = Three or 3.

Question 7.

Explanation:
Number of Fishes given in the picture = Zero or 0.

Question 8.

Explanation:
Number of Fishes given in the picture = Zero or 0.

DIRECTIONS
5–8. How many fish are in the tank? Write the number. Circle the tanks that have 0 fish.

Problem Solving • Applications

Question 9.

Explanation:
Bryce has two fish. Chris has no fish.
=> Number of Fishes Bryce has = Two or 2.
=> Number of Fishes Chris has = Zero or 0.

Question 10.

Explanation:
Number Zero means no value.

DIRECTIONS 9. Bryce has two fish. Chris has no fish. Circle to show which fish bowl belongs to Chris. 10. Draw to show what you know about the number 0. Tell a friend about your drawing.

HOME ACTIVITY
• Draw a five frame or use an egg carton that has just five sections. Have your child show a set of up to 3 or 4 objects and place the objects in the five frame. Then have him or her remove the objects and tell how many are in the five frame.

### Identify and Write 0 Homework & Practice 1.10

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of Birds in the cage = Zero or 0.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of Birds in the cage = Two or 2.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of Birds in the cage = Zero or 0.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Number of Birds in the cage = One or 1.

DIRECTIONS 1–4. How many birds are in the cage? Write the number. Circle the cages that have 0 birds.

Lesson Check

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of Fishes in the cage = Zero or 0.

Spiral Review

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of Soccer’s given in the figure = Five or 5.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of Marbles drawn in the figure = Five or 5.

DIRECTIONS 1. How many fish are in the bowl? Write the number. 2. Count and tell how many. Write the number. 3. Draw a set of 5 marbles. Write the number.

### Represent, Count, and Write Numbers 0 to 5 Chapter 1 Review/Test

Question 1.

Explanation:
Number of Fishes in the given figure = One or 1.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of Fire Trucks given in the figure = five or 5.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number of Eggs given in the figure = Zero or 0.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Number of Apples given in the figure = Two or 2.

Question 5.

Explanation:
Number of Soccer’s given in the figure = Three or 3.

DIRECTIONS
1–2. Choose all the answers that tell how many. 3. How many eggs are in the nest? Write the number. 4–5. Count how many. Write the number.

Question 6.

Explanation:
Number of Coconuts given in the figure = Four and Five and Four.

Question 7.

Explanation:
Number of Cubes given in the figure = One to Five.

Question 8.

Explanation:
Numbers are in counting order from One to Five.

DIRECTIONS 6. Circle all sets that show 4. 7. Count the cubes in each tower. Write the number. 8. Write the numbers 1 to 5 in counting order.

Question 9.
THINK SMARTER

Explanation:
Numbers 4,2,1 are in counting order = No.
Numbers 3,4,5 are in counting order = No.
Numbers 1,2,3 are in counting order = Yes.

Question 10.

Explanation:
Three children each bring one book to school.
=> Numbers of Books Three Children each bring to school = Three or 3.

Question 11.

Explanation:
Sam has no apples in a basket.
=> Number of Apples Sam has in the basket = Zero or 0.

Question 12.

Explanation:
There are two apples on the table. Kia takes the two apples to a friend.
Number of Apples on the Table = Two or 2.
Number of Apples Kia takes to her friend = Two or 2.
Number of Apples are on the Table now = Number of Apples on the Table – Number of Apples Kia takes to her friend
= 2 – 2
= 0.

DIRECTIONS 9. Are the numbers in counting order? Choose Yes or No. 10. Three children each bring one book to school. Draw counters to show the books. Write the number. 11. Sam has no apples in a basket. How many apples does Sam have? Write the number. 12. There are two apples on the table. Kia takes the two apples to a friend. How many apples are on the table now? Write the number.

Question 13.
THINK SMARTER

Explanation:
First way:
Number of Red counters = 4 or Four.
Number of Yellow Counters = One or 1.
Total counters in the first figure = Number of Red counters + Number of Yellow Counters
= 4 + 1
= 5.

Second way:
Number of Red counters = Two or 2.
Number of Yellow Counters = Three or 3.
Total counters in the first figure = Number of Red counters + Number of Yellow Counters
= 2 + 3
= 5.

Question 14.

Explanation:
Number that comes after Three or 3 in the counting order = Four or 4.

DIRECTIONS 13. Show 2 ways to make 5. Color some counters red. Color some counters yellow. Write the numbers. 14. Write the number that comes after 3 in counting order. Draw counters to show the number.

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Identify and Describe Two-Dimensional Shapes

Lesson: 1 Identify and Name Circles

Lesson: 2 Describe Circles

Lesson: 3 Identify and Name Squares

Lesson: 4 Describe Squares

Lesson: 5 Identify and Name Triangles

Lesson: 6 Describe Triangles

Mid-Chapter Checkpoint

Lesson: 7 Identify and Name Rectangles

Lesson: 8 Describe Rectangles

Lesson: 9 Identify and Name Hexagons

Lesson: 10 Describe Hexagons

Lesson: 11 Algebra • Compare Two- Dimensional Shapes

Lesson: 12 Problem Solving • Draw to Join Shapes

Review/Test

### Identify and Describe Two-Dimensional Shapes Show What You Know

Shape
DIRECTIONS 1–3. Look at the shape at the beginning of the row. Mark an X on the shape that is alike. 4–6. Count and tell how many. Write the number.
Question 1.

Question 2.

Question 3.

Count Objects
Question 4.

Question 5.

Question 6.

### Identify and Describe Two-Dimensional Shapes Vocabulary Builder

DIRECTIONS Circle the box that is sorted by green vegetables. Mark an X on the box that is sorted by purple fruit.

### Identify and Describe Two-Dimensional Shapes Game Number Picture

DIRECTIONS Play with a partner. Decide who goes first. Toss the number cube. Color a shape in the picture that matches the number rolled. A player misses a turn if a number is rolled and all shapes with that number are colored. Continue until all shapes in the picture are colored.

MATERIALS number cube (labeled 1, 2, 2, 3, 3, 4), crayons

### Identify and Describe Two-Dimensional Shapes Vocabulary Game

DIRECTIONS Say each word. Tell something you know about the word.

DIRECTIONS Place game pieces on START. Play with a partner. Take turns. Toss the number cube. Move that many spaces. If a player can name the shape and tell something about the shape, the player moves ahead 1 space. The first player to reach FINISH wins.

MATERIALS 1 connecting cube game piece for each player, number cube

The Write Way

### Lesson 9.1 Identify and Name Circles

Essential Question How can you identify and name circles?

DIRECTIONS Place two-dimensional shapes on the page. Identify and name the circles. Sort the shapes by circles and not circles. Trace and color the shapes on the sorting mat.

Share and Show

DIRECTIONS 1. Mark an X on all of the circles.
Question 1.

DIRECTIONS 2. Color the circles in the picture.
Question 2.

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 3. Neville puts his shapes in a row. Which shape is a circle? Mark an X on that shape. 4. Draw to show what you know about circles. Tell a friend about your drawing.
Question 3.

Go Math Kindergarten Chapter 9 Test Answer Key Question 4.
Answer: A circle has a curve shape with no sides and vertices.

HOME ACTIVITY • Have your child show you an object that is shaped like a circle.

### Identify and Name Circles Homework & Practice 9.1

DIRECTIONS 1. Color the circles in the picture.
Question 1.

DIRECTIONS 1. Color the circle. 2. Count forward. Trace and write the numbers in order. 3. Which number completes the addition sentence about the sets of cats? Write the number.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

Question 3.

### Lesson 9.2 Describe Circles

Essential Question How can you describe circles?

Listen and Draw

DIRECTIONS Use your finger to trace around the circle. Talk about the curve. Trace around the curve.

Share and Show

DIRECTIONS 1. Use your finger to trace around the circle. Trace the curve around the circle. 2. Color the object that is shaped like a circle.
Question 1.

Question 2.

DIRECTIONS 3. Use a pencil to hold one end of a large paper clip on one of the dots in the center of the page. Place another pencil in the other end of the paper clip. Move the pencil around to draw a circle.
Question 3.

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 4. I have a curve. What shape am I? Draw the shape. Tell a friend the name of the shape.
Question 4.

HOME ACTIVITY • Have your child describe a circle.

### Describe Circles Homework & Practice 9.2

DIRECTIONS 1. Use a pencil to hold one end of a large paper clip on one of the dots in the center. Place another pencil in the other end of the paper clip. Move the pencil around to draw a circle. 2. Color the object that is shaped like a circle.
Question 1.

Question 2.

DIRECTIONS 1. Which shape has a curve? Color that shape. 2. Point to each set of 10 as you count by tens. Circle the number that shows how many grapes there are. 3. How many tiles are there? Write the number.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

Question 3.

### Lesson 9.3 Identify and Name Squares

Essential Question How can you identify and name squares?

Listen and Draw

DIRECTIONS Place two-dimensional shapes on the page. Identify and name the squares. Sort the shapes by squares and not squares. Trace and color the shapes on the sorting mat.

Share and Show

DIRECTIONS 1. Mark an X on all of the squares.
Question 1.

DIRECTIONS 2. Color the squares in the picture.
Question 2.

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 3. Dennis drew these shapes. Which shapes are squares? Mark an X on those shapes. 4. Draw to show what you know about squares. Tell a friend about your drawing.
Question 3.

Question 4.
a square is a regular quadrilateral, which means that it has four equal sides and four equal angles. It can also be defined as a rectangle in which two adjacent sides have equal length

HOME ACTIVITY • Have your child show you an object that is shaped like a square.

### Identify and Name Squares Homework & Practice 9.3

DIRECTIONS 1. Color the squares in the picture.
Question 1.

DIRECTIONS 1. Which shape is a square? Color the square. 2. How many tiles are there? Write the number. 3. Trace the number of puppies. Trace the number of puppies being added. Write the number that shows how many puppies there are now.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

Question 3.

### Lesson 9.4 Describe Squares

Essential Question How can you describe squares?

Listen and Draw

DIRECTIONS Use your finger to trace around the square. Talk about the number of sides and the number of vertices. Draw an arrow pointing to another vertex. Trace around the sides.

Share and Show

DIRECTIONS 1. Place a counter on each corner, or vertex. Write how many corners, or vertices. 2. Trace around the sides. Write how many sides.
Question 1.

Question 2.

DIRECTIONS 3. Draw and color a square.
Question 3.

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 4. I have 4 sides of equal length and 4 vertices. What shape am I? Draw the shape. Tell a friend the name of the shape.
Question 4.

HOME ACTIVITY • Have your child describe a square.

### Describe Squares Homework & Practice 9.4

DIRECTIONS 1. Draw and color a square. 2. Place a counter on each corner, or vertex, of the square that you drew. Write how many corners, or vertices. 3. Trace around the sides of the square that you drew. Write how many sides.
Question 1.

Question 2.

Question 3.

DIRECTIONS 1. How many vertices does the square have? Write the number. 2. Count and tell how many pieces of fruit. Write the number. 3. How many tiles are there? Write the number.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

Question 3.

### Lesson 9.5 Identify and Name Triangles

Essential Question How can you identify and name triangles?

Listen and Draw

DIRECTIONS Place two-dimensional shapes on the page. Identify and name the triangles. Sort the shapes by triangles and not triangles. Trace and color the shapes on the sorting mat.

Share and Show

DIRECTIONS 1. Mark an X on all of the triangles.
Question 1.

DIRECTIONS 2. Color the triangles in the picture.
Question 2.

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 3. Anita put her shapes in a row. Which shapes are triangles? Mark an X on those shapes. 4. Draw to show what you know about triangles. Tell a friend about your drawing.
Question 3.

Question 4.

A triangle is a polygon with three edges and three vertices. It is one of the basic shapes in geometry

HOME ACTIVITY • Have your child show you an object that is shaped like a triangle.

### Identify and Name Triangles Homework & Practice 9.5

DIRECTIONS 1–2. Color the triangles in the picture.
Question 1.

Question 2.

DIRECTIONS 1. Which shape is a triangle? Color the triangle. 2. Begin with 1 and count forward to 24. What is the next number? Draw a line under that number. 3. How many more counters would you place to model a way to make 10? Draw the counters.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

Question 3.

### Lesson 9.6 Describe Triangles

Essential Question How can you describe triangles?
Answer: A triangle is a polygon with three edges and three vertices. It is one of the basic shapes in geometry.

Listen and Draw

DIRECTIONS Use your finger to trace around the triangle. Talk about the number of sides and the number of vertices. Draw an arrow pointing to another vertex. Trace around the sides.

Share and Show

DIRECTIONS 1. Place a counter on each corner, or vertex. Write how many corners, or vertices. 2. Trace around the sides. Write how many sides.
Question 1.

Question 2.

DIRECTIONS 3. Draw and color a triangle.
Question 3.

### Describe Triangles Homework & Practice 9.6

DIRECTIONS 1. Draw and color a triangle. 2. Place a counter on each corner, or vertex, of the triangle that you drew. Write how many corners, or vertices. 3. Trace around the sides of the triangle that you drew. Write how many sides.
Question 1.

Question 2.

Question 3.

DIRECTIONS 1. How many sides does the triangle have? Write the number. 2. Which number shows how many kittens are left? Write the number. 3. How many more counters would you place to model a way to make 7? Draw the counters.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

Question 3.

### Identify and Describe Two-Dimensional Shapes Mid-Chapter Checkpoint

Concepts and Skills

DIRECTIONS 1–2. Trace around each side. Write how many sides. Place a counter on each corner or vertex. Write how many vertices. (K.G.B.4) 3. Draw lines to match the shape to its name. (K.G.A.2)
Question 1.

Question 2.

Question 3.
THINK SMARTER

### Lesson 9.7 Identify and Name Rectangles

Essential Question How can you identify and name rectangles?

Listen and Draw

DIRECTIONS Place two-dimensional shapes on the page. Identify and name the rectangles. Sort the shapes by rectangles and not rectangles. Trace and color the shapes on the sorting mat.

Share and Show

DIRECTIONS 1. Mark an X on all of the rectangles.
Question 1.

DIRECTIONS 2. Color the rectangles in the picture.
Question 2.

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 3. Max looked at his shapes. Which of his shapes are rectangles? Mark an X on those shapes. 4. Draw to show what you know about rectangles. Tell a friend about your drawing.
Question 3.

Question 4.
Answer: A rectangle is a  quadrilateral, which means that it has four sides and four angles.In which two adjacent sides have equal length

HOME ACTIVITY • Have your child show you an object that is shaped like a rectangle.

### Identify and Name Rectangles Homework & Practice 9.7

DIRECTIONS 1. Color the rectangles in the picture.
Question 1.

DIRECTIONS 1. Which shape is a rectangle? Color the rectangle. 2. Count by tens as you point to the numbers in the shaded boxes. Start with the number 10. What number do you end with? Draw a line under that number. 3. How many more counters would you place to model a way to make 6? Draw the counters.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

Question 3.

### Lesson 9.8 Describe Rectangles

Essential Question How can you describe rectangles?

Listen and Draw

DIRECTIONS Use your finger to trace around the rectangle. Talk about the number of sides and the number of vertices. Draw an arrow pointing to another vertex. Trace around the sides.

Share and Show

DIRECTIONS 1. Place a counter on each corner, or vertex. Write how many corners, or vertices. 2. Trace around the sides. Write how many sides.
Question 1.

Question 2.

DIRECTIONS 3. Draw and color a rectangle.
Question 3.

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 4. I have 4 sides and 4 vertices. What shape am I? Draw the shape. Tell a friend the name of the shape.
Question 4.

HOME ACTIVITY • Have your child describe a rectangle.

### Describe Rectangles Homework & Practice 9.8

DIRECTIONS 1. Draw and color a rectangle. 2. Place a counter on each corner, or vertex, of the rectangle that you drew. Write how many corners, or vertices. 3. Trace around the sides of the rectangle that you drew. Write how many sides.
Question 1.

Question 2.

Question 3.

DIRECTIONS 1. How many sides does the rectangle have? Write the number. 2. Complete the addition sentence to show the numbers that match the cube train. 3. Draw a set that has a number of cubes two greater than 18. Write the number.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

Question 3.

### Lesson 9.9 Identify and Name Hexagons

Essential Question How can you identify and name hexagons?

Listen and Draw

DIRECTIONS Place two-dimensional shapes on the page. Identify and name the hexagons. Sort the shapes by hexagons and not hexagons. Trace and color the shapes on the sorting mat.

Share and Show

DIRECTIONS 1. Mark an X on all of the hexagons.
Question 1.

DIRECTIONS 2. Color the hexagons in the picture.
Question 2.

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 3. Ryan is looking at his shapes. Which of his shapes are hexagons? Mark an X on those shapes. 4. Draw to show what you know about hexagons. Tell a friend about your drawing.
Question 3.

Question 4.

HOME ACTIVITY • Draw some shapes on a page. Include several hexagons. Have your child circle the hexagons.

### Identify and Name Hexagons Homework & Practice 9.9

DIRECTIONS 1. Color the hexagons in the picture.
Question 1.

DIRECTIONS 1. Which shape is a hexagon? Color the hexagon. 2. Begin with 81 and count forward to 90. What is the next number? Draw a line under that number. 3. What numbers show the sets that are put together? Write the numbers and trace the symbol.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

Question 3.

### Lesson 9.10 Describe Hexagons

Essential Question How can you describe hexagons?

Listen and Draw

DIRECTIONS Use your finger to trace around the hexagon. Talk about the number of sides and the number of vertices. Draw an arrow pointing to another vertex. Trace around the sides.

Share and Show

DIRECTIONS 1. Place a counter on each corner, or vertex. Write how many corners, or vertices. 2. Trace around the sides. Write how many sides.
Question 1.

Question 2.

DIRECTIONS 3. Draw and color a hexagon.
Question 3.

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 4. I have 6 sides and 6 vertices. What shape am I? Draw the shape. Tell a friend the name of the shape.
Question 4.

HOME ACTIVITY • Have your child describe a hexagon.

### Describe Hexagons Homework & Practice 9.10

DIRECTIONS 1. Draw and color a hexagon. 2. Place a counter on each corner, or vertex, of the hexagon that you drew. Write how many corners, or vertices. 3. Trace around the sides of the hexagon that you drew. Write how many sides.
Question 1.

Question 2.

Question 3.

DIRECTIONS 1. How many sides does the hexagon have? Write the number. 2. Complete the addition sentence to show the numbers that match the cube train. 3. Compare the numbers. Circle the number that is greater.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

Question 3.

### Lesson 9.11 Algebra • Compare Two- Dimensional Shapes

Essential Question How can you use the words alike and different to compare two-dimensional shapes?

Listen and Draw

DIRECTIONS Look at the worms and the shapes. Use the words alike and different to compare the shapes. Use green to color the shapes with four vertices and four sides. Use blue to color the shapes with curves. Use red to color the shapes with three vertices and three sides.

Share and Show

DIRECTIONS 1. Place two-dimensional shapes on the page. Sort the shapes by the number of vertices. Draw the shapes on the sorting mat. Use the words alike and different to tell how you sorted the shapes.
Question 1.

Answer:S hapes whichconsist of 3 vertices are sorted

DIRECTIONS 2. Place two-dimensional shapes on the page. Sort the shapes by the number of sides. Draw the shapes on the sorting mat. Use the words alike and different to tell how you sorted the shapes.
Question 2.

Answer: 3 sided shapes which are alike are sorted

### Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 3. I have a curve. What shape am I? Draw the shape. 4. Draw to show shapes sorted by curves and no curves.
Question 3.

Question 4.

HOME ACTIVITY • Describe a shape and ask your child to name the shape that you are describing.

### Algebra • Compare Two- Dimensional Shapes Homework & Practice 9.11

DIRECTIONS 1. Place two-dimensional shapes on the page. Sort the shapes by the number of sides. Draw the shapes on the sorting mat. Use the words alike and different to tell how you sorted the shapes.
Question 1.

Answer: Triangle has 3 sides. Triangle which are alike are sorted

DIRECTIONS 1. Look at the shape. Draw a shape that is alike in some way. Tell how the two shapes are alike. 2. Count and tell how many. Write the number. 3. How many of each color counter? Write the numbers.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

Answer: Both the shapes 4 vertices and 4 sides and bohe the shapers are quadrilateral with equal length and breath.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

Question 3.

### Lesson 9.12 Problem Solving • Draw to Join Shapes

Essential Question How can you solve problems using the strategy draw a picture?

Unlock the Problem

DIRECTIONS How can you join triangles to make the shapes? Draw and color the triangles.

Try Another Problem

DIRECTIONS 1. How can you join the two triangles to make a rectangle? Trace around the triangles to draw the rectangle. 2. How can you join the two triangles to make a larger triangle? Use the triangle shapes to draw a larger triangle.
Question 1.

Question 2.

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DIRECTIONS 3. How can you join some of the squares to make a larger square? Use the square shapes to draw a larger square. 4. How can you join some or all of the squares to make a rectangle? Use the square shapes to draw a rectangle.
Question 3.

Question 4.

DIRECTIONS 5. Can you join these shapes to make a hexagon? Use the shapes to draw a hexagon. 6. Which shapes could you join to make the larger shape? Draw and color to show the shapes you used.
Question 5.

Question 6.

HOME ACTIVITY • Have your child join shapes to form a larger shape, and then tell you about the shape.

### Problem Solving • Draw to Join Shapes Homework & Practice 9.12

DIRECTIONS 1. Place triangles on the page as shown. How can you join all of the triangles to make a hexagon? Trace around the triangles to draw the hexagon. 2. How can you join some of the triangles to make a larger triangle? Trace around the triangles to draw the larger triangle.
Question 1.

Question 2.

DIRECTIONS 1. Join two triangles to make the shape. Draw and color the triangles you used. 2. Count and tell how many. Write the number. 3. Count and tell how many in each set. Write the numbers. Compare the numbers. Circle the number that is less.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

Question 3.

### Identify and Describe Two-Dimensional Shapes Review/Test

DIRECTIONS 1. Is the shape a circle? Choose Yes or No. 2. Mark under all the shapes that have curves. 3. How many squares are in the picture? Write the number.
Question 1.

Question 2.

Question 3.

DIRECTIONS 4. Look at the square. Write the number of sides on a square. 5. Mark under all of the shapes that are triangles. 6. Mark an X on each shape that has 3 sides and 3 vertices.
Question 4.

Question 5.

Question 6.
THINK SMARTER+

DIRECTIONS 7. Mark an X on the shape that is not a rectangle. 8. Draw a shape that is the same as the boxcars on the train. 9. Mark an X on all of the hexagons.
Question 7.

Question 8.
THINK SMARTER+

Question 9.

DIRECTIONS 10. Match the shape to the number with that many sides. 11. Look at the shapes. Compare them to see how they are alike and how they are different. Use red to color the shapes with four sides. Use green to color the shapes with curves. Use blue to color the shapes with three vertices. 12. Draw the two shapes used to make the arrow.
Question 10.

Question 11.

Question 12.
THINK SMARTER+

Conclusion:

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Identify and Describe Three-Dimensional Shapes

Lesson: 1 Three-Dimensional Shapes

Lesson: 2 Identify, Name, and Describe Spheres

Lesson: 3 Identify, Name, and Describe Cubes

Lesson: 4 Identify, Name, and Describe Cylinders

Lesson: 5 Identify, Name, and Describe Cones

Lesson: 6 Problem Solving • Two- and Three-Dimensional Shapes

Lesson: 7 Model Shapes

Lesson: 8 Above and Below

Lesson: 9 Beside and Next To

Lesson: 10 In Front Of and Behind

### Identify and Describe Three-Dimensional Shapes Show What You Know

DIRECTIONS 1. Use red to color the squares. Use blue to color the triangles. 2–3. Look at the shape. Write how many sides. Write how many vertices. 4. Mark an X on the shapes with three sides.
Identify Shapes
Question 1.

The number of squares = 2.

Explanation:
In the above-given figure,
given that,
There are 2 squares.
the number of squares = 2.

The number of triangles = 2.

Explanation:
In the above-given figure,
given that,
There are 2 triangles.
the number of triangles = 2.

Describe Shapes
Question 2.

_________
_ _ _ _ _ _ _
_________ sides
_________
_ _ _ _ _ _ _
_________ vertices

The number of sides = 3.
The number of vertices = 3.

Explanation:
In the above-given figure,
given that,
The triangle has 3 sides and 3 vertices.
the number of sides = 3.
The number of vertices = 3.

Question 3.

_________
_ _ _ _ _ _ _
_________ sides
_________
_ _ _ _ _ _ _
_________ vertices

The number of sides = 4.
The number of vertices = 4.

Explanation:
In the above-given figure,
given that,
The rectangle has 4 sides and 4 vertices.
the number of sides = 4.
The number of vertices = 4.

Sort Shapes
Question 4.

The number of sides = 3.
The number of vertices = 3.

Explanation:
In the above-given figure,
given that,
The triangle has 3 sides and 3 vertices.
the number of sides = 3.
The number of vertices = 3.

Identify and Describe Three-Dimensional Shapes Vocabulary Builder

DIRECTIONS Mark an X on the food shaped like a circle. Draw a line under the food shaped like a square. Circle the food shaped like a triangle.

The number of squares = 1.

Explanation:
In the above-given figure,
given that,
There is 1 square.
the number of squares = 1.

The number of triangles = 1.

Explanation:
In the above-given figure,
given that,
There is 1 triangle.
the number of triangles = 1.

The number of circles = 1.

Explanation:
In the above-given figure,
given that,
There is 1 circle.
the number of circles = 1.

### Identify and Describe Three-Dimensional Shapes Game Follow the Shapes

DIRECTIONS Choose a shape from START. Follow the path that has the same shapes. Draw a line to show the path to the END with the same shape.

The shape is Rectangle.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
I choose the shape Rectangle.
So I started at the rectangle.
The line passes through the end.

### Identify and Describe Three-Dimensional Shapes Vocabulary Game

Picture It
DIRECTIONS Players take turns. A player chooses a secret word from the Word Box and then sets the timer. The player draws pictures to give hints about the secret word. If the other player guesses the secret word before time runs out, he or she puts a counter in the chart. The first player who has counters in all his or her boxes is the winner.

The player chooses the words curved surface, roll, beside, and cube.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
There are many words in the wordbox.
but the player chooses only some words.
The player chooses the words curved surface, roll, beside, and cube.

The Write Way
DIRECTIONS Choose one idea. • Choose 2 three-dimensional shapes. Draw to show what you know about the shapes. • Draw to show above, below, and next to. Reflect Be ready to tell about your drawing.

The Three- dimensional shapes are cube and cylinder.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
The shapes are cylinder, circle, cone, and square.
The Three- dimensional shapes are cube and cylinder.

### Lesson 10.1 Three-Dimensional Shapes

Essential Question How can you show which shapes stack, roll, or slide?

Listen and Draw
DIRECTIONS Place three-dimensional shapes on the page. Sort the shapes by whether they stack or do not stack. Describe the shapes. Match a picture of each shape to the shapes on the sorting mat. Glue the shape pictures on the sorting mat.

The three-dimensional shapes that have a stack are a cylinder, prism, cube.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
Place the three-dimensional shapes on the page.
sort the shapes by whether the stack does not stack.
the stack is a sphere, cylinder, prism.
does not stack is a sphere, cone. pyramid.

Share and Show

DIRECTIONS 1. Place three-dimensional shapes on the page. Sort the shapes by whether they roll or stack. Describe the shapes. Match a picture of each shape to the shapes. Glue the shape pictures on the page.
Question 1.

The shapes that roll = cylinder and cone.
The shapes that roll and stack = cylinder and cube.
The shapes that stack = cylinder and cube.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
The shapes that roll = cylinder and cone.
The shapes that roll and stack = cylinder and cube.
The shapes that stack = cylinder and cube.

DIRECTIONS 2. Which shape does not roll? Mark an X on that shape. 3. Which shapes do not stack? Mark an X on those shapes. 4. Which shape does not slide? Mark an X on that shape. 5. Which shape does not stack and slide? Mark an X on that shape.
Question 2.

The shape does not roll = prism.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the shapes do not roll = prism.

Go Math Grade K Pdf Chapter 10 Lesson 1 Answer Key Question 3.

The shape does not stack = cone and circle.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the shapes does not stack = cone and circle.

Question 4.

The shape does not slide= prism.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the shapes does not slide = prism.

Question 5.

The shape that stack and slide= prism and cylinder.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the shapes stack and slide = prism and cylinder.

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 6. I roll and do not stack. Describe the shape. Mark an X on that shape. 7. Draw to show what you know about a real object that rolls and does not stack.
Question 6.

The shape that rolls = cylinder.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the shapes that rolls = cylinder.

Question 7.

The shape that rolls and do not stack = cone.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the shapes that rolls and do not stack = cone.

HOME ACTIVITY • Have your child identify and describe an object in the house that rolls and does not stack.

### Three-Dimensional Shapes Homework & Practice 10.1

DIRECTIONS 1. Which shape does not roll? Mark an X on that shape. 2. Which shapes do not stack? Mark an X on those shapes. 3. Which shape does not slide? Mark an X on that shape. 4. Which shape does not stack and slide? Mark an X on that shape.
Question 1.

The shape that does not rolls = prism.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the shapes that does not rolls = prism.

Question 2.

The shape does not stack = sphere.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the shapes do not stack = sphere.

Question 3.

The shape does not slide = sphere.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the shapes does not stack = sphere.

Question 4.

The shape does not stack and slide = sphere.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the shapes does not stack and slide = sphere.

DIRECTIONS 1. Which shape does not roll? Mark an X on the shape. 2. Count forward. Trace and write the numbers in order. 3. Which shape has a curve? Color the shape.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

The shape that does not rolls = prism.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the shapes that does not rolls = prism.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

The number is 20.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
The numbers are 16 and 18.
The number is 20.

Question 3.

The shape that has the curve = sphere.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that
the shape that has the curve = sphere.

### Lesson 10.2 Identify, Name, and Describe Spheres

Essential Question How can you identify, name, and describe spheres?

Listen and Draw

DIRECTIONS Place three-dimensional shapes on the page. Identify and name the sphere. Sort the shapes on the sorting mat. Describe the sphere. Match a picture of each shape to the shapes on the sorting mat. Glue the shape pictures on the sorting mat.

The shape that does not sphere = prism.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the shapes that does not sphere = prism.

The shape that forms a sphere  = cone, and cylinder.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the shapes that form a sphere = cone and cylinder.

Share and Show

DIRECTIONS 1. Look at the sphere. Circle the words that describe a sphere. 2. Color the spheres.
Question 1.

The sphere has a flat surface.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the shape is a sphere.
The sphere has a flat surface.

Go Math Kindergarten Workbook Pdf Chapter 10 Lesson 2 Answer Key Question 2.

The shapes are cone, prism, cylinder, and prism.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
color the shapes.
The shapes are cone, prism, cylinder, and prism.

DIRECTIONS 3. Identify the objects that are shaped like a sphere. Mark an X on those objects.
Question 3.

The objects that are in sphere shape = globe, ball, and balloon.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
Identify the objects that are shaped like a sphere.
The objects that are in sphere shape = globe, ball, and balloon.

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 4. I have a curved surface. Which shape am I? Mark an X on that shape. 5. Draw to show what you know about a real object that is shaped like a sphere.
Question 4.

The shape is a square prism.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
The shapes are sphere and prism.
The shape is a square prism.

Question 5.

The shape is a sphere.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
The shapes are sphere and prism.
The shape is a sphere.

HOME ACTIVITY • Have your child identify and describe an object in the house that is shaped like a sphere.

### Identify, Name, and Describe Spheres Homework & Practice 10.2

DIRECTIONS 1. Identify the objects that are shaped like a sphere. Mark an X on those objects.
Question 1.

The objects that are in sphere shape = ball, and orange.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
Identify the objects that are shaped like a sphere.
The objects that are in sphere shape = ball, and orange.

DIRECTIONS 1. Which shape is a sphere? Mark an X on the shape. 2. Which shape is a square? Color the square. 3. How many school buses are there? Write the number.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

The shape is a sphere.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
The shapes are sphere.
The shape is a sphere.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

The shape is a square.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
The shapes are square.
The shape is a square.

Question 3.

The number of school buses = 6.

Explanation:
In the above-given figure,
given that,
There are 6 school buses.
the number of school buses = 6.

### Lesson 10.3 Identify, Name, and Describe Cubes

Essential Question How can you identify, name, and describe cubes?

Listen and Draw

DIRECTIONS Place three-dimensional shapes on the page. Identify and name the cube. Sort the shapes on the sorting mat. Describe the cube. Match a picture of each shape to the shapes on the sorting mat. Glue the shape pictures on the sorting mat.

The shape is a cube.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the shapes that are not cubes are square prism, triangular prism, and pentagonal prism.
The shape is a cube.

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DIRECTIONS 1. Look at the cube. Circle the words that describe a cube. 2. Use a cube to count how many flat surfaces. Write the number.
Question 1.

The cube has a flat surface.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the cube has a flat surface.
The cube has a flat surface.

The flat surfaces = 6.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
The flat surfaces of a cube = 6.
The cube has flat surfaces = 6.

DIRECTIONS 3. Identify the objects that are shaped like a cube. Mark an X on those objects.
Question 3.

The objects that are in cube shape = 3.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
Identify the objects that are shaped like a cube.
The objects that are in cube shape = 3.

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 4. I have 6 flat surfaces. Which shape am I? Mark an X on that shape. 5. Draw to show what you know about a real object that is shaped like a cube.
Question 4.

The cube has flat surfaces = 6.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
The flat surfaces of a cube = 6.
The cube has flat surfaces = 6.

Question 5.

The cube has flat surfaces = 6.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
The flat surfaces of a cube = 6.
The cube has flat surfaces = 6.

HOME ACTIVITY • Have your child identify and describe an object in the house that is shaped like a cube.

### Identify, Name, and Describe Cubes Homework & Practice 10.3

DIRECTIONS 1. Identify the objects that are shaped like a cube. Mark an X on those objects.
Question 1.

The objects that are in cube shape = 3.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
Identify the objects that are shaped like a cube.
The objects that are in cube shape = 3.

DIRECTIONS 1. Which shape is a cube? Mark an X on the shape. 2. How many sides does the square have? Write the number. 3. Begin with 81 and count forward to 90. What is the next number? Draw a line under that number.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

The shape is a cube.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the shapes that are not cubes are a square prism, triangular prism, and pentagonal prism.
The shape is a cube.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

_________
_ _ _ _ _ _ _
_________

The number of sides = 4.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the square has 4 sides.
The number of sides = 4.

Question 3.

The next numbers are 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, and 90.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
Begin with 81 and count forward to 90.
The numbers are 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, and 90.

### Lesson 10.4 Identify, Name, and Describe Cylinders

Essential Question How can you identify, name, and describe cylinders?

Listen and Draw

DIRECTIONS Place three-dimensional shapes on the page. Identify and name the cylinder. Sort the shapes on the sorting mat. Describe the cylinder. Match a picture of each shape to the shapes on the sorting mat. Glue the shape pictures on the sorting mat.

The shape is a cylinder.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the shapes that are not cylinders are a square prism, triangular prism, and pentagonal prism.
The shape is a cylinder.

Share and Show

DIRECTIONS 1. Look at the cylinder. Circle the words that describe a cylinder. 2. Use a cylinder to count how many flat surfaces. Write the number.
Question 1.

The cylinder has a flat and curved surface.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the cylinder has a flat surface.
The cylinder has a curved surface.

Question 2.

The cylinder has a flat and curved surface.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the cylinder has a flat surface.
The cylinder has a curved surface.
The number of flat surfaces = 2.

DIRECTIONS 3. Identify the objects that are shaped like a cylinder. Mark an X on those objects.
Question 3.

The objects that are in cylinder shape = 3.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
Identify the objects that are shaped like a cylinder.
The objects that are in cylinder shape = 3.

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 4. I have 2 flat surfaces. Which shape am I? Mark an X on that shape. 5. Draw to show what you know about a real object that is shaped like a cylinder.
Question 4.

The cylinder has a flat and curved surface.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the cylinder has a flat surface.
The cylinder has a curved surface.
The number of flat surfaces = 2.

Question 5.

The cylinder has a flat and curved surface.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the cylinder has a flat surface.
The cylinder has curved surface.
The number of flat surfaces = 2.

HOME ACTIVITY • Have your child identify and describe an object in the house that is shaped like a cylinder.

### Identify, Name, and Describe Cylinders Homework & Practice 10.4

DIRECTIONS 1. Identify the objects that are shaped like a cylinder. Mark an X on those objects.
Question 1.

The objects that are in cylinder shape = 3.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
Identify the objects that are shaped like a cylinder.
The objects that are in cylinder shape = 3.

DIRECTIONS 1. Which shape is a cylinder? Mark an X on the shape. 2. How many vertices does the triangle have? Write the number. 3. Write the number to show how many are being taken from the set.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

The shape is a cylinder.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the shapes that are not cylinders are a square prism, triangular prism, and pentagonal prism.
The shape is a cylinder.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

The number of vertices = 3.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the triangle has 3 vertices.
The number of vertices = 3.

Question 3.

The number of rabbits = 3.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
there are 5 rabbits and 3 runs away.
The number of rabbits = 3.

### Lesson 10.5 Identify, Name, and Describe Cones

Essential Question How can you identify, name, and describe cones?

Listen and Draw

DIRECTIONS Place three-dimensional shapes on the page. Identify and name the cone. Sort the shapes on the sorting mat. Describe the cone. Match a picture of each shape to the shapes on the sorting mat. Glue the shape pictures on the sorting mat.

The shape is a cone.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the shapes that are not cones are a square prism, triangular prism, and pentagonal prism.
The shape is a cone.

Share and Show

DIRECTIONS 1. Look at the cone. Circle the words that describe a cone. 2. Use a cone to count how many flat surfaces. Write the number.
Question 1.
cone

flat surface
curved surface

The cone has a flat and curved surface.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the cone has a flat surface.
The cone has a curved surface.

Question 2.

________
_ _ _ _ _ _
________ flat surface

The cylinder has a flat and curved surface.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the cone has a flat surface.
The cone has a curved surface.
The number of flat surfaces = 1.

DIRECTIONS 3. Identify the objects that are shaped like a cone. Mark an X on those objects.
Question 3.

The objects that are in cone shape = 2.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
Identify the objects that are shaped like a cone.
The objects that are in cone shape = 2.

HOME ACTIVITY • Have your child identify and describe an object in the house that is shaped like a cone.

### Identify, Name, and Describe Cones Homework & Practice 10.5

DIRECTIONS 1. Identify the objects that are shaped like a cone. Mark an X on those objects.
Question 1.

The objects that are in cone shape = 2.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
Identify the objects that are shaped like a cone.
The objects that are in cone shape = 2.

DIRECTIONS 1. Which shape is a cone? Mark an X on the shape. 2. Count and tell how many. Write the number. 3. Which shape is a circle? Color the circle.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

The shape is a cone.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the shapes that are not cone are a square prism, triangular prism, and pentagonal prism.
The shape is a cone.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

The number of buttons = 13.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
there are 13 buttons.
The number of buttons = 13.

Question 3.

The shape is a circle.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the shapes that are not circled are a square prism, triangular prism, and pentagonal prism.
The shape is a circle.

Identify and Describe Three-Dimensional Shapes Mid-Chapter Checkpoint

Concepts and Skills

DIRECTIONS 1. Mark an X on the object that is shaped like a cylinder. (K.G.A.2) 2. Color the sphere. (K.G.A.2) 3. Color the cube. (K.G.A.2) 4. Draw lines to match the objects to their shapes. (K.G.A.2)
Question 1.

The shape is a cylinder.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the shapes that are not cylinders are a square prism, triangular prism, and pentagonal prism.
The shape is a cylinder.

Question 2.

The shape is a sphere.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the shapes that are not spheres are a square prism, triangular prism, and pentagonal prism.
The shape is a sphere.

Question 3.

The shape is a cube.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
the shapes that are not cubes are a square prism, triangular prism, and pentagonal prism.
The shape is a cube.

Question 4.
THINK SMARTER

The objects are sphere, cylinder, cone, and cube.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
The number of objects = 4.
The objects are sphere, cylinder, cone, and cube.

### Lesson 10.6 Problem Solving • Two- and Three-Dimensional Shapes

Essential Question How can you solve problems using the strategy use logical reasoning?

Unlock the Problem

DIRECTIONS Place shapes on the page. Sort the shapes on the sorting mat into sets of two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes. Match a picture of each shape to a shape on the sorting mat. Glue the shape

The two-dimensional shapes = circle, triangle, square, rectangle, and so on.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
The two-dimensional shapes = circle, triangle, square, rectangle, and so on.

Try Another Problem

DIRECTIONS 1. Identify the two-dimensional or flat shapes. Trace the circle around the square. Circle the other flat shapes. Identify the three-dimensional or solid shapes. Trace the X on the sphere. Mark an X on the other solid shapes.
Question 1.

The two-dimensional shapes = circle, triangle, square, rectangle, and so on.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
The two-dimensional shapes = circle, triangle, square, rectangle, and so on.

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DIRECTIONS 2. Identify the two-dimensional or flat shapes. Use red to color the flat shapes. Identify the three-dimensional or solid shapes. Use blue to color the solid shapes.
Question 2.

The two-dimensional shapes = circle, triangle, square, rectangle, hexagon, and so on.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
The two-dimensional shapes = circle, triangle, square, rectangle, hexagon,  and so on

DIRECTIONS 3. Draw to show what you know about a flat shape. Name the shape. 4. Draw to show what you know about a real object that has a solid shape. Name the object and the shape.
Question 3.

The object that has a flat shape = circle.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
The object has a flat shape = circle.

Question 4.

The object that has a solid shape = sphere.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
The object has a solid shape = sphere.

HOME ACTIVITY • Have your child identify a household object that is shaped like a three-dimensional shape. Have him or her name the three-dimensional shape.

### Problem Solving • Two- and Three-Dimensional Shapes Homework & Practice 10.6

DIRECTIONS 1. Identify the two-dimensional or flat shapes. Use red to color the flat shapes. Identify the three-dimensional or solid shapes. Use blue to color the solid shapes.
Question 1.

The two-dimensional shapes = circle, triangle, square, rectangle, hexagon, and so on.

Explanation:
In the above-given question,
given that,
The two-dimensional shapes = circle, triangle, square, rectangle, hexagon, and so on

DIRECTIONS 1. Which is a three-dimensional or solid shape? Mark an X on the shape. 2. Join two triangles to make the shape. Draw and color the triangles you used. 3. Begin with 1 and count forward to 19. What is the next number? Draw a line under that number.
Lesson Check
Question 1.