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## Bridges in Mathematics Grade 1 Student Book Answer Key Unit 2 Developing Strategies with Dice & Dominoes

**Bridges in Mathematics Grade 1 Student Book Unit 2 Module 1 Session 3 Answer Key**

**Domino Add & Compare Record Sheet**

Question 1.

Play seven rounds of the Domino Add & Compare game. Record your work below.

Player 1 ____________________________ Player 2 ____________________________

Answer:

Player 1 4 dominoes

Player 2 got 3 dominoes.

Hence player 1 won the game.

Explanation:

Question 2.

Tell how many dominoes you and your partner each got.

a. I got _______ dominoes.

Answer:

4 dominoes.

Explanation:

Let us observe the figure

Now count how many dominoes we got.

Hence I got 4 dominoes.

b. My partner got _______ dominoes.

Answer:

3 dominoes.

Explanation:

My partner got 3 dominoes.

Question 3.

Who won the game? I won. My partner won.

Answer:

I won the game.

Explanation:

From the given figure

I got 4 dominoes and my partner got 3 dominoes.

**Bridges in Mathematics Grade 1 Student Book Unit 2 Module 2 Session 4 Answer Key**

**Equations Worksheet**

Question 1.

Use the double-flap card you made with the 3 and 5 on it to help solve these problems.

a. 3 + 5 =

Answer:

The answer is 8.

Explanation:

3 + 5 =

b. 8 – 3 =

Answer:

The answer is 5.

Explanation:

8 – 3 =

c. 5 + = 8

Answer:

The answer is 3.

Explanation:

5 + = 8

d. 8 – 5 =

Answer:

The answer is 3.

Explanation:

8 – 5 =

e. 8 = 3 +

Answer:

The answer is 5.

Explanation:

8 = 3 +

f. 8 – = 5

Answer:

The answer is 3.

Explanation:

8 – = 5

Question 2.

Use the double-flap card you made with the 7 and 1 on it to help solve these problems.

a. 7 + 1 =

Answer:

The answer is 8.

Explanation:

b. 8 – 7 =

Answer:

The answer is 1.

Explanation:

c. 1 + = 8

Answer:

The answer is 7.

Explanation:

d. 8 – 1 =

Answer:

The answer is 7.

Explanation:

e. 8 = + 1

Answer:

The answer is 7.

Explanation:

f. – 7 = 1

Answer:

The answer is 8.

Explanation:

8 – 7 = 1

Question 3.

**CHALLENGE** Make your own double-flap card with different numbers. Choose numbers for under the flaps that equal 10 or less. Use the new card to write your own equations on another piece of paper. Give your equations to someone else to solve. Let them use your new double-flap card to help.

Answer:

I made my own double-flap card with different numbers.

My equations are 8 – 6 =

7 – 4 =

9 – = 4

Explanation:

**Bridges in Mathematics Grade 1 Student Book Unit 2 Module 3 Session 1 Answer Key**

**Domino Addition Combinations**

Question 1.

Answer:

The domino addition combination is 4 and 2.

Explanation:

Question 2.

Answer:

The domino addition combination is 5 and 2.

Explanation:

Question 3.

Answer:

The domino addition combination is 3 and 3.

Explanation:

Question 4.

Answer:

The domino addition combination is 2 and 1.

Explanation:

Question 5.

Answer:

The domino addition combination is 2 and 6.

Explanation:

Question 6.

Answer:

The domino addition combination is 6 and 5.

Explanation:

Question 7.

Answer:

The domino addition combination is 3 and 4.

Explanation:

Question 8.

Answer:

The domino addition combination is 3 and 3.

Explanation:

**Bridges in Mathematics Grade 1 Student Book Unit 2 Module 3 Session 3 Answer Key**

**Spin & Add Record Sheet**

Answer:

Place the tip of a pencil in the center of the spinner. Now spin and color the box of a number you land on. Continue shipping and color the given figure.

Explanation:

Counting to One Hundred Chart

Circle the counting.by.5s numbers on your chart, then color them in. What do you notice about this counting pattern?

Answer:

Each row counts by ones. Each column counts by tens.

Explanation:

**Bridges in Mathematics Grade 1 Student Book Unit 2 Module 4 Session 4 Answer Key**

Answer:

The first three boxes have more nickels and pennies. We have shown this in the figure.

Explanation:

The above three boxes have 15 pennies and nickels than the below three boxes.

**Bridges in Mathematics Grade 1 Student Book Unit 2 Module 4 Session 5 Answer Key**

Answer:

There are a total of 40 dimes, nickels, and pennies out of 100 coins.

Explanation: