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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 16 Common Core Worksheets

**New York State Common Core Math Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 16**

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 16

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to solve add to with result unknown word problems to 8 with equations. Box the unknown.

Topic C: Addition with Totals of 6, 7, and 8

Lesson 16 Concept Development and Problem Set

Three airplanes were flying in the air. Use your cubes to show the planes. Three more airplanes came to join the flying fun. Show the airplanes with your cubes.

Now, with your cubes, show how many airplanes were flying in the air. Talk to your partner about what the number sentence would look like.

There are 4 snakes sitting on the rocks. 2 more snakes slither over. How many snakes are on the rocks now? Put a box around all the snakes, trace the mystery box, and write the answer inside it.

There are 5 turtles swimming. Draw 2 more turtles that came to swim. How many turtles are swimming now? Draw a box around all the turtles, draw a mystery box, and write the answer.There are 8 shapes. There are 5 triangles and 3 diamonds.

Today is your birthday! You have 7 presents. A friend brings another present. Draw the present. How many presents are there now? Draw a mystery box and write the answer inside it.

Listen and draw. There were 6 girls playing soccer. A boy came to play. How many children were playing soccer now? Draw a box around all the children.

Listen and draw. There were 3 frogs on a log. 5 more frogs hopped onto the log. How many frogs were on the log now? Draw a box around the frogs and box the answer.

1. Look at the snakes in the Problem Set. What is the same about the snakes and the number you wrote in the mystery box? How about the turtles and the presents?

2. In the Problem Set, how many friends were playing soccer? What did you do to find out how many there were?

3. How did you decide what number should go in the mystery box?

4. Did your friend do the same thing?

5. How did your drawings help you with your work?

Lesson 16 Homework

There are 3 penguins on the ice. 4 more penguins are coming. How many penguins are there?

There is 1 mama bear. 5 baby bears are following her. How many bears are there? Draw a box for the answer.

Draw 7 balls in the ball box. Draw a girl putting 1 more ball in the ball box. Circle all the balls and draw a box for the answer. Write your answer.

Learning Goal

I can add to find the unknown.

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Eureka Math/EngageNY Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 16 Common Core Worksheets

Worksheets for Kindergarten, module 4, lesson 16

Worksheets, solutions, and videos to help Kindergarten students learn how to solve add to with result unknown word problems to 8 with equations. Box the unknown.

Topic C: Addition with Totals of 6, 7, and 8

Lesson 16 Concept Development and Problem Set

Three airplanes were flying in the air. Use your cubes to show the planes. Three more airplanes came to join the flying fun. Show the airplanes with your cubes.

Now, with your cubes, show how many airplanes were flying in the air. Talk to your partner about what the number sentence would look like.

There are 4 snakes sitting on the rocks. 2 more snakes slither over. How many snakes are on the rocks now? Put a box around all the snakes, trace the mystery box, and write the answer inside it.

There are 5 turtles swimming. Draw 2 more turtles that came to swim. How many turtles are swimming now? Draw a box around all the turtles, draw a mystery box, and write the answer.There are 8 shapes. There are 5 triangles and 3 diamonds.

Today is your birthday! You have 7 presents. A friend brings another present. Draw the present. How many presents are there now? Draw a mystery box and write the answer inside it.

Listen and draw. There were 6 girls playing soccer. A boy came to play. How many children were playing soccer now? Draw a box around all the children.

Listen and draw. There were 3 frogs on a log. 5 more frogs hopped onto the log. How many frogs were on the log now? Draw a box around the frogs and box the answer.

1. Look at the snakes in the Problem Set. What is the same about the snakes and the number you wrote in the mystery box? How about the turtles and the presents?

2. In the Problem Set, how many friends were playing soccer? What did you do to find out how many there were?

3. How did you decide what number should go in the mystery box?

4. Did your friend do the same thing?

5. How did your drawings help you with your work?

Lesson 16 Homework

There are 3 penguins on the ice. 4 more penguins are coming. How many penguins are there?

There is 1 mama bear. 5 baby bears are following her. How many bears are there? Draw a box for the answer.

Draw 7 balls in the ball box. Draw a girl putting 1 more ball in the ball box. Circle all the balls and draw a box for the answer. Write your answer.

I can add to find the unknown.

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