# Go Math Grade K Answer Key Chapter 2 Compare Numbers to 5

## Go Math Grade K Chapter 2 Answer Key Compare Numbers to 5

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### Compare Numbers to 5 Show What You Know

One-to-One Correspondence

Question 1.

Explanation :
There are 4 bags in the First Row and the same numbers of counters are available in the second row.
The numbers of bags are compares equally to the number of orange counters .

Model Numbers 0 to 5

Question 2.

Explanation :
We have 3 Number. Draw to show a set of counters that has the same number 3 in the given figure .

Write Numbers 0 to 5

Question 3.

Explanation :
The number of bugs are 5 the same number is represented in the above figure .

Question 4.

Explanation :
The number of flies are 2 the same number is represented in the above figure .

This page checks understanding of important skills needed for success in Chapter 2

DIRECTIONS 1. Draw one apple for each lunch box. 2. Place counters in the five frame to model the number. Draw the counters. Trace the number. 3–4. Count and tell how many. Write the number.

### Compare Numbers to 5 Vocabulary Builder

DIRECTIONS Circle the sets with the same number of animals. Count and tell how many trees. Draw a line below the word for the number of trees.

### Compare Numbers to 5 Game: Counting to Blastoff

Counting to Blastoff

DIRECTIONS Each player tosses the number cube and finds that number on his or her board. The player covers the number with a counter. Players take turns in this way until they have covered all of the numbers on the board. Then they are ready for blastoff.

MATERIALS 6 counters for each player, number cube (0–5)

### Compare Numbers to 5 Vocabulary Game

Going Places with GOMATH! Words

Bingo

DIRECTIONS Shuffle the Vocabulary Cards and place in a pile. A player takes the top card and tells what they know about the word. The player puts a counter on that word on the board. Players take turns. The first player to cover all the words on his or her board says “Bingo.”

MATERIALS 2 sets of Vocabulary Cards, 6 two color counters for each player

The Write Way

### Lesson 2.1 Same Number

Essential Question
How can you use matching and counting to compare sets with the same number of objects?

Explanation :
The Numbers of yellow counter compares equally to number of red counters .
Each counter has a match .

Listen and Draw

Explanation :
The Numbers of red counter compares equally to number of yellow counters .
Each counter has a match .

DIRECTIONS Place counters as shown. Trace the lines to match each counter in the top five frame to a counter below it in the bottom five frame. Count how many in each set. Tell a friend about the number of counters in each set.

Share and Show

Question 1.

DIRECTIONS 1. Place a counter on each car in the set as you count them. Move the counters to the five frame below the cars. Draw the counters. Place a counter on each finger puppet in the set as you count them. Move the counters to the five frame above the puppets. Draw those counters. Is the number of objects in one set greater than, less than, or the same as the number of objects in the other set? Draw a line to match a counter in each set.

Explanation :
The Number of cars are 4 and same number of orange counters are draw in the frame of five and The Number of puppets are 4 and the same number of of green counters are draw in the frame of five . Now the each counter is matched as shown in the above figure .
The Numbers of orange counter compares equally to number of green counters .

Question 2.

DIRECTIONS 2. Compare the sets of objects. Is the number of hats greater than, less than, or the same as the number of juice boxes? Count how many hats. Write the number. Count how many juice boxes. Write the number. Tell a friend what you know about the number of objects in each set.

Explanation :
Number of hats are 5 and Number of juices are 5.
Number of hats are compares equally to number of juices .

Question 3.

DIRECTIONS 3. Count how many buses. Write the number. Draw to show a set of counters that has the same number as the set of buses. Write the number. Draw a line to match the objects in each set.

Explanation :
Number of buses are 3 equal number of green counters are drawn .
Each counter has a match .

4. Draw two sets that have the same number of objects shown in different ways. Tell a friend about your drawing.

Explanation :
Number of circle counter are equal to 4 and number of square counters are equal to 4 .
Each counter as its match.

HOME ACTIVITY
• Show your child two sets that have the same number of up to five objects. Have him or her identify whether the number of objects in one set is greater than, less than, or has the same number of objects as the other set.

### Same Number Homework & Practice 2.1

Question 1.

DIRECTIONS 1. Compare the sets of objects. Is the number of dolphins greater than, less than, or the same as the number of turtles? Count how many dolphins. Write the number. Count how many turtles. Write the number. Tell a friend what you know about the number of objects in each set.

Explanation :
Number of dolphins are 5 and the number is represented and the number of turtles are 5 and the number is represented . Number of dolphins compares equally to number of turtles .

Lesson Check

Question 1.

Explanation :
Number of cars are 4 and the number is represented
Same Number of orange counters are drawn and the number is represented
Each Counters has it’s match .

Spiral Review

Question 2.

Explanation :
Number of birds in the cage are 0 that means no birds in the cage and the number is represented .

Question 3.

Explanation :
The number represented is 2 and the same numbers of orange counters are drawn in the frame of five as shown in above figure .

DIRECTIONS 1. Count how many cars. Write the number. Draw to show a set of counters that has the same number as the set of cars. Write the number. Draw lines to match the objects in each set. 2. Count and tell how many birds are in the cage. 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 2.2 Greater Than

Essential Question
How can you compare sets when the number of objects in one set is greater than the number of objects in the other set?

DIRECTIONS Place counters as shown. Trace the lines to match a counter in the top five frame to a counter below it in the bottom five frame. Count how many in each set. Tell a friend which set has a number of objects greater than the other set
Number of Yellow counters are 5
Number of Red counters are 4
We Notice from the above figure that 4 yellow counters match 4 red counters but we have one extra yellow counter which doesn’t match any red counter . that means we have one yellow counter.
So, Number of yellow counters are greater than number of red counters.

Share and Show

Question 1.

Explanation :
Number of Yellow counters are 2
Number of Red counters are 1
We Notice from the above figure that 1 yellow counter match 1 red counter but we have one extra yellow counter which doesn’t match any red counter . that means we have one yellow counter.
So, Number of yellow counters are greater than number of red counters.

Question 2.

Explanation :
Number of Yellow counters are 2
Number of Red counters are 3
We Notice from the above figure that 1 yellow counter match 1 red counter but we have one extra yellow counter which doesn’t match any red counter . that means we have one yellow counter.
So, Number of yellow counters are greater than number of red counters.

DIRECTIONS 1. Place counters as shown. Count and tell how many in each set. Trace the numbers. Compare the sets by matching. Circle the number that is greater. 2. Place counters as shown. Count and tell how many in each set. Write the numbers. Compare the sets by matching. Circle the number that is greater.

Question 3.

Explanation :
Number of Yellow counters are 4
Number of Red counters are 3
So, Number of yellow counters are greater than number of red counters. The counters which are greater are circled .

Question 4.

Explanation :
Number of Yellow counters are 1
Number of Red counters are 2
So, Number of red counters are greater than number of yellow counters. The counters which are greater are circled .

DIRECTIONS 3–4. Place counters as shown. Count and tell how many in each set. Write the numbers. Compare the numbers. Circle the number that is greater.

Problem Solving • Applications

Question 5.

DIRECTIONS 5. Brianna has a bag with three apples in it. Her friend has a bag with a number of apples that is one greater. Draw the bags. Write the numbers on the bags to show how many apples. Tell a friend what you know about the numbers.

Explanation :
Number of apples with Brianna in her bag = 3
Number of apples with her friend in her bag = number of apples that is one greater. = 3 + 1 = 4
one apple is greater so adding one apple .
Number apples with Brianna her friend is greater than number of apples with Brianna.

HOME ACTIVITY
• Show your child a set of up to four objects. Have him or her show a set with a number of objects greater than your set.

### Greater Than Homework & Practice 2.2

Question 1.

Explanation :
Number of Yellow counters are 2
Number of Red counters are 3
So, Number of red counters are greater than number of yellow counters. The counters which are greater are circled .

Question 2.

Explanation :
Number of Yellow counters are 4
Number of Red counters are 3
So, Number of yellow counters are greater than number of red counters. The counters which are greater are circled .

DIRECTIONS 1–2. Place counters as shown. Y is for yellow, and R is for red. Count and tell how many are in each set. Write the numbers. Compare the numbers. Circle the number that is greater.

Lesson Check

Question 1.

Explanation :
Number of Yellow counters are 1
Number of Red counters are 2
So, Number of red counters are greater than number of yellow counters. The counters which are greater are circled .

Spiral Review

Question 2.

Explanation :
The number represented is 4 and the same numbers of orange counters are drawn in the frame of five as shown in above figure
Question 3.

Explanation :
The number represented is 1 and the same numbers of orange counters are drawn in the frame of five as shown in above figure

DIRECTIONS 1. Place counters as shown. Y is for yellow, and R is for red. Count and tell how many are in each set. Write the numbers. Compare the numbers. Circle the number that is greater. 2–3. Trace the number. How many counters would you place in the five frame to show the number? Draw the counters.

### Lesson 2.3 Less Than

Essential Question
How can you compare sets when the number of objects in one set is less than the number of objects in the other set?

Listen and Draw

Number of Yellow counters are 1
Number of Red counters are 3
We Notice from the above figure that 1 yellow counter match 1 red counters but we have two extra red counter which doesn’t match any yellow counter .
So, Number of yellow counters are lesser than number of red counters.

DIRECTIONS Place counters as shown. Trace the line to match a counter in the top five frame to a counter below it in the bottom five frame. Count how many in each set. Tell a friend which set has a number of objects less than the other set.

Share and Show

Question 1.

Explanation :
Number of Yellow counters are 2
Number of Red counters are 3
So, Number of Yellow counters are lesser than number of red counters. The counters which are lesser are circled .

Question 2.

Explanation :
Number of Yellow counters are 5
Number of Red counters are 4
So, Number of red counters are lesser than number of yellow counters. The counters which are lesser are circled

DIRECTIONS 1. Place counters as shown. Count and tell how many in each set. Trace the numbers. Compare the sets by matching. Circle the number that is less. 2. Count and tell how many in each set. Write the numbers. Compare the sets by matching. Circle the number that is less.

Question 3.

Explanation :
Number of Yellow counters are 3
Number of Red counters are 4
So, Number of yellow counters are lesser than number of red counters. The counters which are lesser are circled .

Question 4.

Explanation :
Number of Yellow counters are 2
Number of Red counters are 1
So, Number of red counters are lesser than number of yellow counters. The counters which are lesser are circled .

DIRECTIONS 3–4. Count and tell how many in each set. Write the numbers. Compare the numbers. Circle the number that is less.

HOME ACTIVITY
• Show your child a set of two to five objects. Have him or her show a set of objects that has a number of objects less than you have.

Mid-Chapter Checkpoint

Concepts and Skills

Question 1.

Explanation :
From the given figure we notice 3 different animals and we have to draw the 3 counters below .

Question 2.

Explanation :
Number of Yellow counters are 4
Number of Red counters are 5
So, Number of red counters are greater than number of yellow counters. The counters which are greater are circled .

Question 3.
THINK SMARTER

Explanations :
The Number of fishes in the bowl at the beginning of the row is 3
The number of fish less than the bowl at the beginning of the row are 2 and 1 which are circled as shown in the above figure.

DIRECTIONS 1. Place a counter below each object to show the same number of objects. Draw and color each counter. Write how many objects in each row. 2. Place counters as shown. Count and tell how many in each set. Write the numbers. Compare the sets by matching. Circle the number that is greater. 3. Count the fish in the bowl at the beginning of the row. Circle all the bowls
that have a number of fish less than the bowl at the beginning of the row.

### Less Than Homework & Practice 2.3

Question 1.

Explanation :
Number of grey counters are 3
Number of Black counters are 2
So, Number of black counters are lesser than number of grey counters. The counters which are lesser are circled .

Question 2.

Explanation :
Number of grey counters are 5
Number of Black counters are 4
So, Number of black counters are lesser than number of grey counters. The counters which are lesser are circled .

DIRECTIONS 1–2. Count and tell how many are in each set. Write the numbers. Compare the numbers. Circle the number that is less.

Lesson Check

Question 1.

Explanation :
Number of grey counters are 3
Number of Black counters are 2
So, Number of black counters are lesser than number of grey counters. The counters which are lesser are circled .

Spiral Review

Question 2.

Explanation :

Explanation :
The number represented is 3 and the same numbers of grey counters are drawn in the frame of five as shown in above figure

Question 3.

Explanation :
Number of birds in the cage are 5. The same Number is represented .

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

### Compare Numbers to 5 Mid-Chapter Checkpoint

Concepts and Skills

Question 1.

Explanation :
From the given figure we notice 3 different animals and we have to draw the 3 counters below .

Question 2.

Explanation :
Number of Yellow counters are 4
Number of Red counters are 5
So, Number of red counters are greater than number of yellow counters. The counters which are greater are circled .

Question 3.
THINK SMARTER

Explanations :
The Number of fishes in the bowl at the beginning of the row is 3
The number of fish less than the bowl at the beginning of the row are 2 and 1 which are circled as shown in the above figure.

DIRECTIONS 1. Place a counter below each object to show the same number of objects. Draw and color each counter. Write how many objects in each row. 2. Place counters as shown. Count and tell how many in each set. Write the numbers. Compare the sets by matching. Circle the number that is greater. 3. Count the fish in the bowl at the beginning of the row. Circle all the bowls that have a number of fish less than the bowl at the beginning of the row.

### Lesson 2.4 Problem Solving • Compare by Matching Sets to 5

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

Unlock the Problem

DIRECTIONS These are Brandon’s toy cars. How many toy cars does Brandon have? Jay has a number of toy cars that is less than the number of toy cars Brandon has. Use cubes to show how many toy cars Jay might have. Draw the cubes. Use matching to compare the sets.

Explanation :
Number of toys with Brandon’s = 4
Number of toys with jay = less than the number of toy cars Brandon have that can be 3, 2 , 1
So, The 3 possibilities are drawn in the above image with cubes.

Try Another Problem

Question 1.

Explanation :
The Number of cubes are 3. so the number is traced as 3 .

Question 2.

Explanation :
The number of cubes greater than 3.  so, the train formed with 4 cubes as shown in the above figure .

Question 3.

Explanation :
The number of cubes greater than 3.  so, the train formed with 5 cubes as shown in the above figure .

DIRECTIONS 1. How many cubes? Trace the number. 2–3. Model a cube train that has a number of cubes greater than 3. Draw the cube train. Write how many. Compare the cube train by matching with the model at the top of the page. Tell a friend about the cube trains.

Question 4.

Explanation :
The Number of cubes are 5 so, the number traced is 5 .

Question 5.

Explanation :
The number of cubes lesser than 5.  so, the train formed with 4 cubes as shown in the above figure .

Question 6.

Explanation :
The number of cubes lesser than 5.  so, the train formed with 3 cubes as shown in the above figure .

DIRECTIONS 4. How many cubes? Write the number. 5–6. Model a cube train that has a number of cubes less than 5. Draw the cube train. Write how many. Compare the cube train by matching with the model at the top of the page. Tell a friend about the cube trains.

Question 7.

Kendall have 3 set of pencils in the first column and her friend have same set of pencils represented in the column two. both have equal number of pencils . Each pencil have its own match.
3 pencils in each set .

Question 8.

Explanation :
In the first column we have 3 pencils and in the column we have 3 pencils. each pencil have its match. this means Number of pencils in the first column compares equally with number of pencils in the second column .

DIRECTIONS 7. Kendall has a set of three pencils. Her friend has a set with the same number of pencils. Draw to show the sets of pencils. Compare the sets by matching. Write how many in each set. 8. Draw to show what you know about matching to compare two sets of objects. Write how many in each set.

HOME ACTIVITY
• Show your child two sets with a different number of objects in each set. Have him or her use matching to compare the sets.

### Problem Solving • Compare by Matching Sets to 5 Homework & practice 2.4

Question 1.

Explanation :
Number of cubes given are 4 number of cubes greater than 4 are used to model a train .
Number of cubes of cube train are greater than number of given cubes.

Question 2.

Explanation :
Number of cubes given are 3 number of cubes less than 3 are used to model a train .
Number of cubes of cube train are less than number of given cubes.

DIRECTIONS 1. How many cubes are there? Write the number. Model a cube train that has a number of cubes greater than 4. Draw the cube train. Write how many. Compare the cube trains by matching. Tell a friend about the cube trains. 2. How many cubes are there? Write the number. Model a cube train that has a number of cubes less than 3. Draw the cube train. Write how many. Compare the cube trains by matching. Tell a friend about the cube trains.

Lesson Check

Question 1.

Explanation :
The number of cubes given are 3 so, 3 is traced .

Spiral Review

Question 2.

Explanation :
The number represented is 5 and the same numbers of orange counters are drawn in the frame of five as shown in above figure

Question 3.

Explanation :
The number represented is 2 and the same numbers of orange counters are drawn in the frame of five as shown in above figure

DIRECTIONS 1. How many cubes are there? Write the number. Model a cube train that has a number of cubes greater than 3. Draw the cube train. Write how many. Compare the cube trains by matching. Tell a friend about the cube trains. 2–3. Trace the number. How many counters would you place in the five frame to show the number? Draw the counters.

### Lesson 2.5 Compare by Counting Sets to 5

Essential Question
How can you use a counting strategy to compare sets of objects?

Listen and Draw

DIRECTIONS Look at the sets of objects. Count how many objects in each set. Write the numbers. Compare the numbers and tell a friend which number is greater and which number is less.

Explanation :
Number of cows are 5
Number of hens are 3
Number of cows are greater than number of hens .

Share and Show

Question 1.

Explanation :
The Number of sheep =2
Number of turtles = 3
Number of turtles are greater than number of sheep . the greater number is circled .

Question 2.

Explanation :
The Number of ducklings =3
Number of Rooster = 1
Number of ducklings are greater than number of Rooster . the greater number is circled .

Question 3.

Explanation :
The Number of goats = 5
Number of dogs= 4
Number of goats are greater than number of dogs . the greater number is circled .

DIRECTIONS 1–3. Count how many objects in each set. Write the numbers. Compare the numbers. Circle the number that is greater.

Question 4.

Explanation :
The Number of donkeys = 1
Number of ducks = 2
Number of donkeys are lesser than number of ducks . The Lesser number is circled .

Question 5.

Explanation :
The Number of Cats = 5
Number of owls = 4
Number of owls are lesser than number of cats . The Lesser number is circled .

Question 6.

Explanation :
The Number of goats = 3
Number of rats = 5
Number of goats are lesser than number of rats . The Lesser number is circled .

DIRECTIONS 4–6. Count how many objects in each set. Write the numbers. Compare the numbers. Circle the number that is less.

Question 7.

Explanation :
The Number of stuffed frog toys = 3
Number of stuffed turkeys = 3
Number of stuffed frog toys are compare equally to than number of stuffed turkey toys.

Question 8 :

Explanation :
The Number of stuffed frog toys = 3
Number of stuffed turkeys = 3
Number of stuffed frog toys are compare equally to than number of stuffed turkey toys.
Each count as his match .

DIRECTIONS 7. Tony has stuffed toy frogs. His friend has stuffed toy turkeys. Count how many objects in each set. Write the numbers. Compare the numbers. Tell a friend what you know about the sets. 8. Draw to show what you know about counting to compare two sets of objects. Write how many in each set.

### Compare by Counting Sets to 5 Homework & Practice 2.5

Question 1.

Explanation :
Number of Apples are 4
Number of Bananas are 3
So, Number of Apples are greater than number of  Bananas . The counters which are greater are circled .

Question 2.

Explanation :
Number of Pears are 2
Number of Oranges are 5
So, Number of Oranges are greater than number of Pears . The counters which are greater are circled .

Question 3.

Explanation :
Number of Pine Apples are 3
Number of Water Melons are 1
So, Number of Water melons are lesser than number of Pine Apples. The counters which are lesser are circled .

DIRECTIONS 1–2. Count how many objects are in each set. Write the numbers. Compare the numbers. Circle the number that is greater. 3. Count how many objects are in each set. Write the numbers. Compare the numbers. Circle the number that is less.

Lesson Check

Question 1.

Explanation :
Number of Cars are 2
Number of Bicycles are 4
So, Number of Cars are lesser than number of Bicycles. The counters which are lesser are circled .

Spiral Review

Question 2.

Explanation :
The Number of cats are 3 and the number is written .

Question 3.

Explanation :
The missing Number 3 is written .

DIRECTIONS 1. Count how many objects are in each set. Write the numbers. Compare the numbers. Circle the number that is less. 2. Count and tell how many cats. Write the number. 3. Trace or write the numbers in order.

### Compare Numbers to 5 Chapter 2 Review/Test

Question 1.

Explanation :
From the given figure we notice 4 animals Puppets and we have to draw the 4 counters below .

Question 2.

Explanation :
Number of Yellow counters are 4
Number of Red counters are 5
So, Number of red counters are greater than number of yellow counters. The counters which are greater are circled .

DIRECTIONS 1. Draw a counter below each finger puppet to show the same number of counters as puppets. Write how many puppets. Write how many counters. 2. How many counters are there in each row? Write the numbers. Compare the sets by matching. Circle the number that is greater.

Question 3.

Explanation :
The number of cars are 3 . The 2 counters sets are marked which are equal to  3 .

Question 4.

Explanation :
The number of Turtles are 3 . The 2 counters sets are marked which are Greater than 4  as shown in the above figure .

Question 5.

Explanation :
The number of vans are 4 . The 2 counters sets are marked which are less than 4 .

Question 6.

Explanation :
The counters are marked which are less than 3 as shown in above figure .

DIRECTIONS 3. Mark under all the sets that have the same number of counters as the number of cars. 4. Mark under all the sets that have a number of counters greater than the number of turtles. 5. Mark under all the sets that have a number of counters less than the number of vans. 6. Mark all the numbers less than 3.

Question 7.

Explanation :
Number of apples are 5
Number of Oranges are 5
Each apples has its Orange match
Number of apples compare equally with number of oranges .
We have 5 fruits in each set .

Question 8.
THINK SMARTER

Explanation :
Number of crayons with Amy  are 2
Number of crayons brad have 1 more crayon than Amy. = 2 + 1 = 3
We have 2 crayons in one set and 3 crayons in another set .
Total crayons = 2 + 3 = 5 Crayons .

DIRECTIONS 7. Maria has these apples. Draw a set of oranges below the apples that has the same number. Compare the sets by matching. Write how many pieces of fruit in each set. 8. Amy has two crayons. Draw Amy’s crayons. Brad has 1 more crayon than Amy. How many crayons does Brad have? Draw Brad’s crayons. Write how many in each set.

Question 9.
THINK SMARTER

Question 10.