### Addition Show What You Know

DIRECTIONS 1–2. Count and tell how many.
Draw a set with one more counter. Write how many in each set.
3. Write the number of cubes in each set. Circle the number that
is greater than the other number.
More
Question 1.

Each set – 2, so total 4,

Explanation:
Given one set it has 2 and drawn one more
counter which has 2, So both sets has
2 each making 4 in total.

Question 2.

Each set – 4, so total 8,

Explanation:
Given one set it has 4 and drawn one more
counter which has 4, So both sets has
4 each making 8 in total.

Compare Numbers to 10
Question 3.

Each set 1 has 7, set 2 has 4 as 7 > 4 so circled the number
that is greater than the other number.

Explanation:
Given one set it has 7 and second one
has 4, if we compare 7 is greater than 4, So
circled it.

DIRECTIONS Count and tell how many birds are on the ground.
Count and tell how many birds are flying. Write these numbers to
show a pair of numbers that make ten.

7 birds are on the ground and 3 birds are flying,
Numbers that make sum ten are 7 + 3 = 10,

Explanation:
As shown in the picture 7 birds are on the ground,
3 birds are flying and pair of numbers that make ten
are 7 + 3  = 10.

### Addition Game Pairs That Make 7

DIRECTIONS Play with a partner. The first player rolls the number
cube and writes the number on the yellow boat.
Partners determine what number makes 7 when paired
with the number on the yellow boat. Players take turns rolling
the number cube until that number is rolled. Write the number
beside it on the green boat. Partners continue to roll the number
cube finding pairs of numbers that make 7.

MATERIALS number cube (1–6)

Numbers that make 7 are
2 + 5 = 7,
6 + 1 = 7,
5 + 2 = 7,
4 + 3 = 7,
1 + 6 = 7,
3 + 4 = 7.

Explanation:
Given the first player rolls the number cube and writes the
number on the yellow boat. Partners determine what number makes
7 when paired with the number on the yellow boat.
Players take turns rolling the number cube until that number
is rolled and write the number beside it on the green boat
as shown above,  Partners continue to roll the number cube
finding pairs of numbers that make 7 as
2 + 5 = 7,
6 + 1 = 7,
5 + 2 = 7,
4 + 3 = 7,
1 + 6 = 7,
3 + 4 = 7.

DIRECTIONS Shuffle the Vocabulary Cards and place in a pile.
A player takes the top word card from the pile 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

Both Player 1 and Player 2 cover all the words same time so both
says “Bingo.

Explanation:
Given 2 sets of Vocabulary Cards, 6 two color counters for each player,
Shuffling the Vocabulary Cards and placing in a pile.
A player takes the top word card from the pile and tells
what they know about the word. The player puts a counter
with green color on that word on the board. Players take turns.
The first player to cover all the words on his or her board says “Bingo.
both Player 1 and Player 2 cover all the words same time so both
says “Bingo.

The Write Way
DIRECTIONS Draw and write to show how to find a number pair for 5.

Number pair for 5 are (3, 2), (4, 1) and (5, 0),

Explanation:
To show a number pair for 5 we take numbers as x and y,
So, x + y = 5 and we will take numbers below 5 only,
as if x = 3 then y = 5 – x = 5 -3 = 2,
now if x = 4 then y = 5 – 4 = 1,
now if x = 5 then y = 5 – 0 = 5,
So number pair for 5 is (3, 2), (4, 1) and (5, 0).

Share and Show

DIRECTIONS 1. Listen to the addition word problem. Trace the
number that shows how many children are sitting eating lunch.
Write the number that shows how many children are being added
to the group. Write the number that shows how many children are
having lunch now.
Question 1.

3 children are sitting eating lunch,
1 child being added to the group,
total 4 children are having lunch now.

Explanation:
Tracing the number that shows how many children are
sitting and eating lunch are 3. Now the number 1 shows
children are being added to the group, therefore
total 3 + 1 = 4 children are having lunch now.

DIRECTIONS 2. Listen to the addition word problem. Write the
number that shows how many children are playing with the soccer ball.
Write the number that shows how many children are being added
to the group. Write the number that shows how many children
there are now.
Question 2.

2 children are playing with the soccer ball,
3 children are being added to the group,
Now there are 5 children now,

Explanation:
The number 2 shows children are playing with the soccer ball.
3 shows how many children are being added to the group.
The number that shows how many children are there now are
2 + 3 = 5.

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 3. Two sheep are in a pen. Two sheep are added to
the pen. How can you write the numbers to show the sheep in the
pen and the sheep being added?
4. Write how many sheep are in the pen now.
Question 3.

2 sheep in a pen and 2 sheep are added to pen,

Explanation:
Given two sheep are in a pen, two sheep are added to the pen,
So first we write number 2 and again write 2 number as shown above.

Question 4.
__________
_ _ _ _ _ _ _
___________

Four sheep are in the pen now,

Explanation:
Given two sheep are in a pen, two sheep are added to the pen,
means 2 + 2 = 4, therefore 4 sheep are in the pen now.

HOME ACTIVITY • Show your child a set of four objects.
Have him or her add one object to the set and tell how
many there are now.

Set of four objects and one object make 5 now,

Explanation:
Given my child has a set of four objects and
added one object to the set now there are
4 + 1 = 5 now.

DIRECTIONS 1. There are four red counters in the five frame.
One yellow counter is added. R is for red, and Y is for yellow.
How many are there of each color counter? Write the numbers.
2. Write the number that shows how many counters are in the five frame now.
Question 1.

R – Red-4
Y – Yellow -1,

Explanation:
Given there are four red counters in the five frame.
One yellow counter is added. R is for red and Y is for yellow.
There are 4 Red counters and 1 Yellow counter in the five frame.

Question 2.
__________
_ _ _ _ _ _ _
___________

There are 5 counters are in the five frame now,

Explanation:
Given there are four red counters in the five frame.
One yellow counter is added, So number of counters available
now are 4 + 1 = 5 counters are in the five frame.

DIRECTIONS 1. How many of each color counter? Write the numbers.
2. Count and tell how many balloons. 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.

2 white color counters, 3 light black counters,

Explanation:
Counting in the frame there are 2 white color counters and
3 light black counters in the frame.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

10 balloons,
Explanation:

Counting the balloons there are 10 in number.

Question 3.

First set 3,
Second set 2,
2 is less than 3, So circled it,

Explanation:
After counting in set 1 there are 3 in set 2 there are 2,
Now on comparing set 1 and set 2 2 is less than 3,
2 < 3, So circled the 2 as shown above.

### Lesson 5.2 Addition: Put Together

Essential Question How can you show addition as putting together?
There were 6 birds and 3 more joined them.
How many birds are there now?
So on adding it will be 6 + 3 = 9 birds now.

Listen and Draw

DIRECTIONS Listen to the addition word problem. Place red and
yellow counters in the ten frame as shown. Trace the numbers and
the symbol to show the sets that are put together. Write the number
that shows how many in all.

yellow – 6 and red – 1,
In all 6 + 1 = 7,

Explanation:
In the ten frame yellow counters are 6 and red
counter is 1 in total there are 6 + 1 = 7 in all.

Share and Show

DIRECTIONS 1. Listen to the addition word problem.
Place red counters in the ten frame as shown. Place yellow
counters to model the sets that are put together. Write the
numbers and trace the symbol. Write the number to show how many in all.
Question 1.

Red 7, Yellow 2, In all – 9,

Explanation:
Red counters – 7,
Yellow counters – 2,
So in all there are 7 + 2 = 9 counters in
the ten frame.

DIRECTIONS 2. Listen to the addition word problem.
Place counters in the ten frame to model the sets that are put together.
How many are there of each color counter? Write the numbers and
trace the symbol. Write the number to show how many in all.
Question 2.

2 red
8 yellow,
In all 10,

Explanation:
Placed in Red counters – 2,
Yellow counters -8,
So in all there are 2 + 8 = 10 counters in
the ten frame.

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 3. Four red apples and two green apples are on the table.
Write the numbers and trace the symbol to show the apples
being put together.
4. Write the number to show how many apples in all.
Question 3.

4 red apples, 2 green apples,

Explanation:
Wrote numbers as 4 red apples, 2 green apples
and traced the symbol to show the apples being put together.

Question 4.
___________
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
___________

6 apples in all,

Explanation:
There are four red apples and two green apples,
In all there are 4 + 2 = 6 apples.

HOME ACTIVITY • Show your child two sets of four objects.
Have him or her put the sets of objects together and tell how many in all.

Two sets of four objects put together makes 8 in all,

Explanation:
Given my child has 2 sets of four objects now
put the sets of objects together makes 4 + 4 = 8 in all.

### Addition: Put Together Homework & Practice 5.2

DIRECTIONS Roy has three yellow counters and five red counters.
How many counters does he have in all? 1. Place counters in the
ten frame to model the sets that are put together. Y is for yellow,
and R is for red. Write the numbers and trace the symbol. Write the
number to show how many in all.
Question 1.

Roy has 3 yellow and 5 red counters,
So, 8 counters in all,

Explanation:
Given Roy has three yellow counters and five red counters.
So in all Roy have 3 + 5 = 8 counters
Wrote the numbers and traced the symbols,
wrote the number 8 to show how many are there in all.

DIRECTIONS 1. What numbers show the sets that are put together?
Write the numbers and trace the symbol. 2. Count the dots in the
ten frames. Begin with 6. Write the numbers in order as
you count forward.
3. Paul has a number of counters two less than seven.
Draw the counters in the ten frame. Write the number.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

Numbers 7 and 1,

Explanation:
Numbers 7 and 1 are put together,
Wrote the numbers and traced the symbols.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

Beginning with 6 the numbers in order as we count forward are
6, 7, 8, 9, 10.

Explanation:
Counted the dots in the ten frames, Beginning with 6,
the numbers in order as we count forward are
6, 7, 8, 9, 10.

Question 3.

Paul has 5 number of counters,

Explanation:
Given Paul has a number of counters two less than seven,
means 7 – 2 = 5, Drawn the counters in the ten frame and
wrote the number 5.

### Lesson 5.3 Problem Solving • Act Out Addition Problems

Essential Question How can you solve problems using the strategy act it out?
Problem Solving Strategies
a. Guess (this includes guess and check, guess and improve),
b. Act It Out (act it out and use equipment),
c. Draw (this includes drawing pictures and diagrams),
d. Make a List (this includes making a table),
e. Think (this includes using skills you know already).

Try Another Problem

DIRECTIONS 1. Listen to and act out the addition word problem.
Trace the numbers and the symbols. Write the number that shows
how many children in all.
Question 1.

Numbers are 2, 1, 3 children in all,

Explanation:
Numbers are given as 2, 1,
therefore children in all are 2 + 1 = 3.

Share and Show

DIRECTIONS 2. Listen to and act out the addition word problem.
Trace the numbers and the symbols. Write the number that shows
how many children in all.
Question 2.

Numbers are 3, 2, 5 children in all,

Explanation:
Numbers are given as 3, 2,
therefore children in all are 3 + 2 = 5.

Trace the numbers and the symbols. Write the number that shows
how many puppies there are now.
4. Draw a picture to match this addition sentence.
Question 3.

There are 3 puppies, 1 more puppy is added,
Tell how many puppies are there now?,
Numbers are 3 and 1,
4 puppies are there now in all,

Explanation:
An addition word problem is- There are 3 puppies,
1 more puppy is added, Tell how many puppies are there now ?,
number of puppies are 3 and 1 in total there are 3 + 1 = 4
puppies are there now  in all.

Question 4.

Addition Sentence is 1 + 4 = 5,
There is 1 bird flying in the sky  again 4 birds joined,
So in all how many birds are flying now?

Explanation:
Drawn a picture of birds flying in the sky according
to match this addition sentence as there is one bird flying
in the sky again 4 birds joined, So in all there are 5 birds
flying.
I will explain my friend about my drawing by showing the
picture there is 1 bird first and 4 birds joined making
in total 5 birds flying.

adding three objects to a set of two objects. Have your child
use toys to act out the word problem.

Three objects to a set of objects,
3 + 2 put together makes 5 in all,
Yes, My child uses toys to act out the
word problem,

Explanation:
Given my child has 3 objects adding to a set of two objects, now
put the sets of objects together makes 3 + 2 = 5 in all.
Yes, My child uses toys to act out the word problem,
Few toys names are Magna-Tiles 32-Piece Solid Colors Set,
Think Fun Zingo etc.

### Problem Solving • Act Out Addition Problems Homework & Practice 5.3

Trace the numbers and the symbols. Write the number that shows
how many children in all.
Question 1.

There are 4 children in the bus, 1 more child is added,
Tell how many children are there now in the bus?,
Numbers are 4, 1, 5 children are there now in all in the bus.

Explanation:
There are 4 children in the bus, 1 more child is added,
Tell how many children are there now in the bus?,
Number of children are 4,1 in total there are 4 + 1 = 5
children are there now  in all in the bus.

Question 2.

There are 3 children in the canteen to have meals,
Tell how many children are there now in the canteen?,
Numbers are 3, 2, 5 children are there now in all in the canteen.

Explanation:
There are 3 children in the canteen to have meals,
Number of children are 3,2 in total there are 3 + 2 = 5
children are there now  in all in the canteen to have meals.

DIRECTIONS 1. Tell an addition word problem.
Trace the numbers and the symbols. Write the number that
shows how many cats in all. 2. Count and tell how many tigers.
Write the number. 3. Count how many bears. Write the number.
Draw to show a set of counters that has the same number
as the set of bears. Write the number.

Lesson Check
Question 1.

There are 3 cats sitting on the chair in the park,
2 more cats are moving near the chair,
Tell how many cats are there now in the park?,
Numbers are 3, 2, 5 cats are there now in all in the park.

Explanation:
There are 3 cats sitting on the chair in the park,
2 more cats are added near the chair,
Number of cats are 3,2 in total there are 3 + 2 = 5
cats are there now in all in the park.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

6 tigers,

Explanation:
Counting the number of tigers there are 6 in all.

Question 3.

2 bears,
2 bears in one set and 2 more bears in another set,
In total 2 + 2 = 4,

Explanation:
Counting 2 number of bears. Wrote 2,
Drawn to show a set of counters that has the same number
as the set of bears is two more bears. So in total there are
2 + 2 = 4 bears.

### Lesson 5.4 Algebra • Model and Draw Addition Problems

Essential Question How can you use objects and drawings to
When we solve a word problem, look for important words.
These words usually mean we need to add: altogether, total,
plus, sum, make, and, overall.
1. Read the Entire Word Problem. …
2. Think About the Word Problem. …
3. Write on the Word Problem. …
4. Draw a Simple Picture and Label It. …
5.
Estimate the Answer Before Solving. …
6. Check Your Work When Done. …
7. Practice Word Problems Often.
So, objects and drawings helps us to easily solve addition word problems.

Share and Show

DIRECTIONS 1–2. Place cubes as shown. Listen to the addition
word problem.
Model to show the cubes put together. Draw the cube train.
Trace and write to complete the addition sentence.
Question 1.

1 cube and 2 cubes makes 3 cubes in all,

Explanation:
Placed cubes as shown above. Traced and wrote to complete
the addition sentence as 1 + 2 = 3 cubes in all.

Question 2.

1 cube and 3 cubes makes 4 cubes in all,

Explanation:
Placed cubes as shown above. Traced and wrote to complete
the addition sentence as 1 + 3 = 4 cubes in all.

DIRECTIONS 3–4. Place cubes as shown. Listen to the addition
word problem.
Model to show the cubes put together. Draw the cube train.
Trace and write to complete the addition sentence.
Question 3.

4 cubes and 1 cube makes 5 cubes in all,

Explanation:
Placed cubes as shown above. Traced and wrote to complete
the addition sentence as 4 + 1 = 5 cubes in all.

Question 4.

1 cube and 4 cubes makes 5 cubes in all,

Explanation:
Placed cubes as shown above. Traced and wrote to complete
the addition sentence as 1 + 4 = 5 cubes in all.

### Algebra • Model and Draw Addition Problems Homework & Practice 5.4

DIRECTIONS 1–2. Place cubes as shown. B is for blue, and Y is for yellow.
Tell an addition word problem. Model to show the cubes put together.
Draw the cube train. Trace and write the numbers to complete the addition sentence.
Question 1.

2 B- Blue cubes and 1 Y – Yellow  cube makes 3 cubes in all,

Explanation:
Placed cubes as shown above. 2 Blue and 1 Yellow cubes
together, Traced and wrote to complete
the addition sentence as 2 + 1 = 3 cubes in all.

Question 2.

1 B- Blue cubes and 3 Y – Yellow  cube makes 4 cubes in all,

Explanation:
Placed cubes as shown above. 1 Blue and 3 Yellow cubes
together, Traced and wrote to complete
the addition sentence as 1 + 3 = 4 cubes in all.

DIRECTIONS 1. Look at the cube train. Tell an addition word problem.
Trace and write to complete the addition sentence.
2. How many more counters would you place to model a
way to make 7? Draw the counters.
3. Draw counters to make a set that shows the number.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

A child has 3 cubes with him, his friend gave him 1 more
cube in total how many cubes the child have?
3, 1 in total makes 4 cubes,

Explanation:
Looking at the cube train wrote one addition problem as
A child has 3 cubes with him, his friend gave him 1 more
cube in total how many cubes the child have?
Traced and wrote to complete
the addition sentence as 1 + 3 = 4 cubes in all.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

5 more counters I would place to model a way to
make 7, 2 + 5 =7.

Explanation:
Already there are 2 counters, to make 7 in all we need
7 – 2 = 5 more counters, So 2 + 5 = 7,Drawn 5 more counters.

Question 3.

4 = 2 + 2,

Explanation:
To make a set that shows the number 4 is
2 + 2 = 4.

Concepts and Skills

DIRECTIONS 1. Write the number that shows how many
puppies are sitting.
Write the number that shows how many puppies are
2. Write the numbers and trace the symbol to show
the sets that are put together. (K.OA.A.1)
3.
Circle all the ways that show how many in all. (K.OA.A.1)
Question 1.

2 puppies are sitting,

Explanation:
2 number of puppies are sitting.
1 number of puppy is being added to them.
shown in the picture above.

Question 2.

5 yellow and 3 red numbers respectively,

Explanation:
As shown in the frame the numbers are
5 yellow and 3 red numbers traced the symbol to
the sets that are put together.

Question 3.
THINK SMARTER

1. 1 + 2,
2. 1 plus 2

Explanation:
Given 1 blue cube and 2 orange cubes,
So circled all the ways that showed how many in all
as 1 + 2 and 1 plus 2.

### Lesson 5.5 Algebra • Write Addition Sentences for 10

Essential Question How can you use a drawing to find the number
that makes a ten from a given number?
Counting the given number in the drawing and
checking so that it is a ten.

Share and Show

DIRECTIONS 1–3. Look at the cube train. How many red cubes
do you see? How many blue cubes do you need to add to make 10?
Use blue to color those cubes. Write and trace to show this as
Question 1.

8 red cubes, 2 blue cubes,
addition sentence – 10 cubes in all,

Explanation:
Looking at the cube train, 8 red cubes I can see,
2 blue cubes I need to add to make 10,
Wrote and traced to show this as an addition sentence
as 8 + 2 = 10.

Question 2.

7 red cubes, 3 blue cubes,
addition sentence – 10 cubes in all,

Explanation:
Looking at the cube train, 7 red cubes I can see,
3 blue cubes I need to add to make 10,
Wrote and traced to show this as an addition sentence
as 7 + 3 = 10.

Question 3.

6 red cubes, 4 blue cubes,
addition sentence – 10 cubes in all,

Explanation:
Looking at the cube train, 6 red cubes I can see,
4 blue cubes I need to add to make 10,
Wrote and traced to show this as an addition sentence
as 6 + 4 = 10.

DIRECTIONS 4–6. Look at the cube train. How many red cubes
do you see? How many blue cubes do you need to add to make 10?
Use blue to draw those cubes. Write and trace to show this as an
Question 4.

5 red cubes, 5 blue cubes,
addition sentence – 10 cubes in all,

Explanation:
Looking at the cube train, 5 red cubes I can see,
5 blue cubes I need to add to make 10,
Used blue to draw 5 cubes, Wrote and traced to show this as
an addition sentence as 5 + 5 = 10.

Question 5.

4 red cubes, 6 blue cubes,
addition sentence – 10 cubes in all,

Explanation:
Looking at the cube train, 4 red cubes I can see,
6 blue cubes I need to add to make 10,
Used blue to draw 6 cubes, Wrote and traced to show this as
an addition sentence as 4 + 6 = 10.

Question 6.

3 red cubes, 7 blue cubes,
addition sentence – 10 cubes in all,

Explanation:
Looking at the cube train, 3 red cubes I can see,
7 blue cubes I need to add to make 10,
Used blue to draw 7 cubes, Wrote and traced to show this as
an addition sentence as 3 + 7 = 10.

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 7. Troy has 2 ducks. How many more ducks
does he need to get to have 10 ducks in all? Draw to solve
the problem. Trace and write to show this as an addition sentence.
8. Draw to find the number that makes 10 when put together
with the given number. Trace and write to show this as an
Question 7.

Troy need 8 more ducks,
addition sentence – 2 + 8 = 10 ducks in all,

Explanation:
Given Troy has 2 ducks, Troy need 8 more ducks
to get to have 10 ducks in all, Drawn to solve
the problem, Traced and wrote to show this as an
addition sentence as 2 + 8 = 10.

Question 8.

The number that makes 10 when put together
with the given number 1 is 9,
addition sentence – 1 + 9 = 10,

Explanation:
Drawn the number that makes 10 when put together
with the given number 1 is 9 (10 – 1 = 9). Traced and
wrote to show this as an addition sentence as 1 + 9 = 10.

HOME ACTIVITY
Show your child a number from 1 to 9.
Ask him or her to find the number that makes 10 when put
together with that number. Then have him or her tell a story
to go with the problem.

5 is the number that makes 10 when put
together with that number,

Explanation:
Shown few numbers 1 to 9 to find the number that makes
10 when put together with that number, The child
says 5 number because let us take the number as x,
x + x = 10, 2x = 10, therefore x = 10 ÷ 2 = 5.

Story:
I have 10 cards from 2 pack of cards,
When each pack is put together it makes 10,
So tell me how many number of cards are there in
in each pack of cards?

### Algebra • Write Addition Sentences for 10 Homework & Practice 5.5

DIRECTIONS 1–3. Look at the cube train. How many gray
cubes do you see? How many blue cubes do you need to
add to make 10? Use blue to color those cubes. Write and
trace to show this as an addition sentence.
Question 1.

7 gray cubes, I need 3 blue cubes to make 10,
addition sentence –  7 + 3 = 10,

Explanation:
7 gray cubes I can see, I need 3 blue cubes to
add to make 10, Used blue to color those cubes,
Wrote and traced to show this as an addition sentence as
7 + 3 = 10.

Question 2.

8 gray cubes, I need 2 blue cubes to make 10,
addition sentence –  8 + 2 = 10,

Explanation:
8 gray cubes I can see, I need 2 blue cubes to
add to make 10, Used blue to color those cubes,
Wrote and traced to show this as an addition sentence as
8 + 2 = 10.

Question 3.

9 gray cubes, I need 1 blue cubes to make 10,
addition sentence – 9 + 1 = 10,

Explanation:
9 gray cubes I can see, I need 1 blue cubes to
add to make 10, Used blue to color those cubes,
Wrote and traced to show this as an addition sentence as
9 + 1 = 10.

DIRECTIONS 1. Look at the cube train. How many white cubes
are added to the gray cubes to make 10? Write and trace to show
2. Which number is less? Circle the number.
3. How many cubes are there? Write the number.
Model a cube train that has the same number of cubes.
Draw the cube train. Write how many.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

2 white cubes,
addition sentence – 8 + 2 = 10,

Explanation:
Looking at the cube train, there are 2 white cubes
added to the gray cubes to make 10? Wrote and traced
to show this as an addition sentence as 8 + 2 = 10.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

4 is less, So circled it,

Explanation:
Given numbers are 5 and 4 ,
as 4 is less than 5, 4 < 5,
Therefore circled the number 4.

Question 3.

4 cubes are there,
Added same number of 4 cubes,
Now in total there are 8 cubes in all,

Explanation:
There are 4 cubes, Wrote the number.
Added the same number of cubes.
Drawn the cube train. Now we have
4 + 4 = 8 cubes now in all.

### Lesson 5.6 Algebra • Write Addition Sentences

Essential Question How can you solve addition word problems
To solve addition word problems the main components of
a. The Relationship of the Numbers – Know the problem type and
help to solve for the action in the problem,
b. Differentiate the Numbers – Take just the right numbers so that
it can read the problem without getting bogged down
with the computation,
c. Use Academic Vocabulary – And be consistent in what we are using,
e. Differentiate between the Models and the Strategies – one has
to do with the relationship between the numbers and the other
has to “solve” or compute the problem.

Addition sentence is a number sentence used or
simply an equation used to express addition.
For example:

I have 2 cars, I purchased 3 more,
how many cars do I have now in all?
The addition sentence is 2 + 3 = 5,

So after solving addition word problems,
completing it with a addition sentence.

Share and Show

DIRECTIONS 1. Listen to the addition word problem.
Trace the circle around the set you start with. How many are
being added to the set? How many are there now?
2–3. Listen to the addition word problem. Circle the set you
How many are there now? Write and trace the numbers to

Question 1.

Circled the set which I have started with.
Traced the numbers, 2 numbers and
3 more numbers added, Total 5 are
there now, addition sentence is 2 + 3 = 5,

Explanation:
Circled the set which I have started with.
3 more numbers are added to the set 2 numbers,
there are 5 in all now,
Traced the addition sentence as 2 + 3 = 5.

Question 2.

Circled the set which I have started with.
Traced the numbers, 1 number and
3 more numbers added, Total 4 are there now,
addition sentence is 1 + 3 = 4,

Explanation:
Traced the circle around the set which I have started with.
3 more numbers are added to the set 1 number,
there are 4 in all now,
Traced the addition sentence as 1 + 3 = 4.

Question 3.

Circled the set which I have started with.
Traced the numbers, 3 numbers and 2 more
numbers added, Total 5 are there now,
addition sentence is 3 + 2 = 5,

Explanation:
Traced the circle around the set which I have started with.
2 more numbers are added to the set 3 numbers,
there are 5 in all now,
Traced the addition sentence as 3 + 2 = 5.

How many are there now? Write and trace the numbers to complete
Question 4.

Circled the set which I have started with.
Traced the numbers, 1 number and 4 more numbers added,
Total 5 are there now,
addition sentence is 1 + 4 = 5,

Explanation:
Traced the circle around the set which I have started with.
4 more numbers are added to the set 1 number,
there are 5 in all now,
Traced the addition sentence as 1 + 4 = 5.

Question 5.

Circled the set which I have started with.
Traced the numbers, 3 numbers and 1 more numbers added,
Total 4 are there now,
addition sentence is 3 + 1 = 4,

Explanation:
Traced the circle around the set which I have started with.
1 more number is added to the set 3 numbers,
there are 4 in all now,
Traced the addition sentence as 3 + 1 = 4.

Question 6.

Circled the set which I have started with.
Traced the numbers, 2 numbers and 3 more
numbers are added, Total 5 are there now,
addition sentence is 2 + 3 = 5,

Explanation:
Traced the circle around the set which I have started with.
3 more numbers are added to the set 2 numbers,
there are 5 in all now,
Traced the addition sentence as 2 + 3 = 5.

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 7. Bill catches two fish. Jake catches some fish.
They catch four fish in all. How many fish does Jake catch?
Draw to show the fish. Trace and write to complete the
Question 7.

Jake catches 2 fish,
addition sentence : 2 + 2 = 4,

Explanation:
Given Bill catches two fish. Jake catches some fish.
They catch four fish in all. So number of fishes
Jake catch are 4 – 2 = 2, Drawn to show the fish.
Traced and wrote to complete the addition sentence
as 2 + 2 = 4.

Question 8.

I catch 2 fish, My friend catch 2 fish,
In all 4 fish,
addition sentence 2 + 2 = 4,

Explanation:
I and my friend went for fishing,
I catch 2 fishes by afternoon, My friend also
catch fish by evening, Both catch four fish in all,
So my friend has catch 4 – 2 = 2 fish,
Drawn to show the fish. The drawing tells us
about I had 2 fish plus my friend has 2 fish in all
total both have 4 number of fish as shown,
the addition sentence is 2 + 2 = 4.

HOME ACTIVITY • Have your child show three fingers.
Have him or her show more fingers to make five fingers in all.
Then have him or her tell how many more fingers he or she showed.

3 fingers, He showed 2 more fingers
to make five fingers in all,

Explanation:
My child shows three fingers, asked him or her
Then asked him or her to tell how many more
fingers he or she showed. (So that 3 + 2 = 5 fingers in all).

### Algebra • Write Addition Sentences Homework & Practice 5.6

the sets. Circle the set you start with. How many are being
added to the set? How many are there now?
Write and trace to complete the addition sentence.
Question 1.

3 boats were their in the lake, 2 more joined,
How many boats are there now in all?
Circled the 3 numbers which I started with,
2 more are added, 5 in total,
addition sentence – 3 + 2 = 5,

Explanation:
3 boats were their in the lake, 2 more joined,
How many boats are there now in all?
Circled the set 3 numbers which I started with. 2 more are
added to the set, there are now 5 boats in all,
Wrote and traced to complete the addition sentence as
3 + 2 = 5.

Question 2.

1 helicopter is their on the ground, 3 more joined,
How many helicopters are there now in all?
Circled the 1 number which I started with,
3 more are added,  4 in total,
addition sentence – 1 + 3 = 4,

Explanation:
1 helicopter is their on the ground, 3 more joined,
How many helicopters are there now in all?
Circled the set 1 number which I started with. 3 more are
added to the set, there are now 5 helicopters in all,
Wrote and traced to complete the addition sentence as
1 + 3 = 4.

Question 3.

4 steamers are their in the river, 1 more joined,
How many steamers are there now in all?
Circled the 4 numbers which I started with,
1 more is added, 5 in total,
addition sentence – 4 + 1 = 5,

Explanation:
4 steamers are their in the river, 1 more joined,
How many steamers are there now in all?
Circled the set 4 numbers which I started with. 1 more is
added to the set, there are now 5 steamers in all,
Wrote and traced to complete the addition sentence as
4 + 1 = 5.

Write and trace to complete the addition sentence.
2. How many more counters would you place to model a
way to make 8? Draw the counters.
3. How many paintbrushes are there? Write the number.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

3 planes are their, 2 more are added,
How many in all now?
In all 5 planes now,
addition sentence- 3 + 2 = 5,

Explanation:
3 planes are their, 2 more are added to them,
How many in all now? In all 5 planes now,
Wrote and traced to complete the addition
sentence as 3 + 2 = 5.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

3 more counters,
drawn the counters,

Explanation:
Given 5 counters, more 3 counters we would
place to model a way to make 8 ,(8 – 5 = 3),
So that 3 + 5 = 8, Drawn the counters.

Question 3.

3 paintbrushes are there,
wrote the number,

Explanation:
3 paintbrushes are there,
Wrote the number 3 as shown above.

### Lesson 5.7 Algebra • Write More Addition Sentences

Essential Question How can you solve addition word
problems and complete the addition sentence?

To solve addition word problems the main components of
a. The Relationship of the Numbers – Know the problem type and
help to solve for the action in the problem,
b. Differentiate the Numbers – Take just the right numbers so that
it can read the problem without getting bogged down
with the computation,
c. Use Academic Vocabulary – And be consistent in what we are using,
e. Differentiate between the Models and the Strategies – one has
to do with the relationship between the numbers and the other
has to “solve” or compute the problem.

Addition sentence is a number sentence used or
simply an equation used to express addition.
For example:
I have 4 story books with me, I bought 3 more
story books, how many story books do I have
in all now? So, 4 + 3 = 7 is the addition sentence.

So after solving addition word problems,

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DIRECTIONS 1. Listen to the addition word problem.
Circle the set being added. How many are in the set to
2–3. Listen to the addition word problem.
Write and trace to complete the addition sentence.
Question 1.

Circled the set 3 numbers being added.
addition sentence – 4 + 3 = 7,

Explanation:
Circled the set 3 numbers being added,
traced to complete the addition sentence
as 4 + 3 = 7.

Question 2.

Circled the set 7 numbers being added.
addition sentence – 2 + 7 = 9,

Explanation:
Circled the set 7 numbers being added,
Wrote and traced to complete the addition sentence
as 2 + 7 = 9.

Question 3.

Circled the set 4 numbers being added.
addition sentence – 6 + 4 = 10,

Explanation:
Circled the set 4 numbers being added,
Wrote and traced to complete the addition sentence
as 6 + 4 = 10.

DIRECTIONS 4–6. Tell an addition word problem.
Circle the set being added. Draw to show how many are
in the set to start with. Write and trace to complete the
Question 4.

In a class room chart there are 3 butterflies in
the chart, My friend added 5 more to it,
How many are there on the chart in all now?
Circled the set 5 numbers being added.
addition sentence – 3 + 5 = 8,

Explanation:
In a class room chart there are 3 butterflies in
the chart, My friend added 5 more to it,
How many are there on the chart in all now?
Circled the set 5 numbers being added,
Wrote and traced to complete the addition sentence
as 3 + 5 = 8.

Question 5.

In my home there are 6 cockroaches in
the kitchen, 3 more are added,
How many are cockroaches are there in all now?
Circled the set 3 numbers being added.
addition sentence – 6 + 3 = 9,

Explanation:
In my home there are 6 cockroaches in
the kitchen, 3 more are added,
How many are cockroaches are there in all now?
Circled the set 3 numbers being added,
Wrote and traced to complete the addition sentence
as 6 + 3 = 9.

Question 6.

In a park 2 butterflies are flying, 8 more are added,
How many are butterflies are there in all now?
Circled the set 8 numbers being added.
addition sentence – 2 + 8 = 10,

Explanation:
In a park 2 butterflies are flying, 8 more are added,
How many are butterflies are there in all now?
Circled the set 8 numbers being added,
Wrote and traced to complete the addition sentence
as 2 + 8 = 10.

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 7. Tell an addition word problem.
Complete the addition sentence. Draw a picture of real
Question 7.

I had 3 pens with me, My father gave me 2 more,
How many pens do I have now in all?
3 + 2 = 5 addition sentence,
Drawn a picture of objects as shown above,

Explanation:
I had  3 pens with me, My father gave me 2 more,
How many pens do I have now in all?
3 + 2 = 5, Drawn a picture of real objects to show
the problem, Telling my friend about my drawing as
starting see how many pens are there now It is added
with 2, now if we count It’s 5 means I have 5 pens now.

problem such as:
There are some socks in the drawer.
Now there are ten socks in the drawer. How many socks

Yesterday, there were some socks in the drawer,
I added four more socks today, Now there are ten
socks in the drawer, So how many socks were
in the drawer to start with, to make 10 socks in all?.

### Algebra • Write More Addition Sentences Homework & Practice 5.7

DIRECTIONS 1–4. Tell an addition word problem.
Circle the set being added. How many are in the set
Question 1.

There are 5 ducks in the pond, 4 more joined,
how many ducks are there now in all?
Circled the set 4 numbers being added.
4 + 5 = 9 is the addition sentence,

Explanation:
There are 5 ducks in the pond, 4 more joined,
how many ducks are there now in all?
Circled the set 4 numbers being added.
Wrote and traced to complete the
addition sentence as 4 + 5 = 9.

Question 2.

4 honey bees were there near honeycomb,
6 more joined, Now how many honeybees are
there in all?
Circled the set 6 numbers being added.
6 + 4 = 10 is the addition sentence,

Explanation:
4 honey bees were there near honeycomb,
6 more joined, Now how many honeybees are
there in all?
Circled the set 6 numbers being added.
Wrote and traced to complete the
addition sentence as 6 + 4 = 10.

Question 3.

4 planes were flying in the sky,
3 more joined, Now how many planes are
there in all?
Circled the set 3 numbers being added.
3 + 4 = 7 is the addition sentence,

Explanation:
4 planes were flying in the sky,
3 more joined, Now how many planes are
there in all?
Circled the set 3 numbers being added.
Wrote and traced to complete the
addition sentence as 3 + 4 = 7.

Question 4.

3 ducks are swimming in the pond,
5 more joined them, Now how many ducks are
there in all?
Circled the set 5 numbers being added.
5 + 3 = 8 is the addition sentence,

Explanation:
3 ducks are swimming in the pond,
5 more joined them, Now how many ducks are
there in all?
Circled the set 5 numbers being added.
Wrote and traced to complete the
addition sentence as 5 + 3 = 8.

Write and trace to complete the addition sentence.
2. How many more counters would you place to model
a way to make 9? Draw the counters.
3. Count and tell how many trumpets. Write the number.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

3 puppies set were lying on the ground in the park,
6 puppies set  joined them, how many puppies are
there now in all?
wrote and traced 6 + 3 = 9 addition sentence,

Explanation:
3 puppies set were lying on the ground in the park,
6 puppies set joined them, how many puppies are
there now in all?
wrote and traced to complete addition sentence
as 6 + 3 = 9.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

1 more counter,
8 + 1 = 9,

Explanation:
Given 8 counters to make 9, I would place 1 counter
(9 – 8 = 1) to model a way, Drawn the counter.

Question 3.

5 number of trumpets,

Explanation:
Counted there are 5 number of trumpets. Wrote the number 5.

### Lesson 5.8 Algebra • Number Pairs to 5

Essential Question How can you model and write
addition sentences for number pairs for sums to 5?

By using models of cubes,

1 cube and 4 cubes makes 5 cubes in all,

2 cubes and 3 cubes makes 5 cubes in all,

Explanation:
By using models of cubes,
The addition sentence for number pairs (1, 4)
for sums to 5 is 1 + 4 = 5 cubes in all.
The addition sentence for number pairs (2, 3)
for sums to 5 is 2 + 3 = 5 cubes in all.

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DIRECTIONS Place two colors of cubes on the cube train
to show the number pairs that make 4.
1. Trace the addition sentence to show one of the pairs.
2–3. Complete the addition sentence to show
another number pair.
Color the cube train to match the addition sentence in Exercise 3.
Question 1.

Addition sentence : 4 = 3 + 1 ,

Explanation:
Traced the addition sentence to show one of the pairs
that make 4, 4 = 3 + 1.

Question 2.

Another addition sentence : 4 = 2 + 2 ,

Explanation:
The addition sentence to show another pairs
that make 4, 4 = 2 + 2.

Question 3.

Another addition sentence : 4 = 1 + 3,

Explanation:
The addition sentence to show another pairs
that make 4, 4 = 1 + 3.
Colored the cube train with green 1 cube and
3 blue cubes to match the addition sentence
as 4 = 1 + 3,

DIRECTIONS Place two colors of cubes on the cube train
to show the number pairs that make 5.
4–7. Complete the addition sentence to show a number pair.
Color the cube train to match the addition sentence in Exercise 7.
Question 4.

4 cubes and 1 cube make 5 in all,
Addition sentence : 5 = 4 + 1 ,

Explanation:
4 cubes and 1 cube make 5 in all, So
the addition sentence to show one of the pair
that make 5 is 5 = 4 + 1.

Question 5.

1 cube and 4 cubes make 5 in all,
Addition sentence : 5 = 1 + 4 ,

Explanation:
1 cube and 4 cubes make 5 in all, So
the addition sentence to show one of the pair
that make 5 is 5 = 1 + 4.

Question 6.

2 cubes and 3 cubes make 5 in all,
Addition sentence : 5 = 2 + 3,

Explanation:
2 cubes and 3 cubes make 5 in all, So,
the addition sentence to show pair
that make 5 is 5 = 2 + 3.

Question 7.

3 cubes and 2 cubes make 5 in all,
Addition sentence : 5 = 3 + 2,

Explanation:
3 cubes and 2 cubes make 5 in all, So,
the addition sentence to show pair
that make 5, 5 = 3 + 2.
Colored the cube train with yellow 3 cubes and
2 red cubes to match the addition sentence
as 5 = 3 + 2.

DIRECTIONS 8. Peyton and Ashley have five red apples.
Peyton is holding five of the apples. How many is Ashley
holding? Color the cube train to show the number pair.
9.
Draw to show what you know about a number pair to 5.

Question 8.

Ashley is holding 0 apples,
Addition sentence : 5 = 5 + 0,

Explanation:
Given Peyton and Ashley have five red apples.
Peyton is holding five of the apples. So Ashley is
holding(5 – 5 = 0) 0 apples,
Colored the cube train to show the number pair (5,0),
Completed the addition sentence as 5 = 5 + 0.

Question 9.

Number Pair of 5 : Two numbers when added makes 5 in all,
then the two numbers are called number pair,
Drawn to show about a number pair to 5 using cubes,

Explanation:
Numbers that are pair of 5 are,
5 = 0 + 5,
5 = 5 + 0,
5 = 1 + 4,
5 = 4 + 1,
5 = 2 + 3,
5 = 3 + 2,
Drawn to show about a number pair to 5 using cubes.

HOME ACTIVITY • Have your child tell you the number pairs
for a set of objects up to five. Have him or her tell an
addition sentence for one of the number pairs.

Yes, my child told the number pairs for a set
of objects up to five.
Yes, He or she told an addition sentence for one of the
number pairs.
number pair (2, 3) to make 5 in all,
Addition sentence : 2 + 3 = 5.

### Algebra • Number Pairs to 5 Homework & Practice 5.8

DIRECTIONS 1–3. Look at the number at the beginning
of the addition sentence. Place two colors of cubes on the
cube train to show a number pair for that number.
Complete the addition sentence to show a number pair.
Color the cube train to match the addition sentence.
Question 1.

Addition sentence : 3 = 1 + 2,
Colored the cube train to match the

Explanation:
Placed two colors of  1 cube of blue color,
2 cubes of green color on the cube train to show
a number pair for the number 3,
Completed the addition sentence to show a
number pair as 3 = 1 + 2,
Colored the cube train to match the addition sentence as
shown in the picture.

Question 2.

Addition sentence : 4 = 2 + 2,
Colored the cube train to match the

Explanation:
Placed two colors of 2 cubes of blue color,
2 cubes of green color on the cube train to show
a number pair for the number 4,
Completed the addition sentence to show a
number pair as 4 = 2 + 2,
Colored the cube train to match the addition sentence as
shown in the picture.

Question 3.

Addition sentence : 5 = 2 + 3,
Colored the cube train to match the

Explanation:
Placed two colors 2 cubes of blue color,
3 cubes of green color on the cube train to show
a number pair for the number 5,
Completed the addition sentence to show a
number pair as 5 = 2 + 3,
Colored the cube train to match the addition sentence as
shown in the picture.

DIRECTIONS 1. Complete the addition sentence to
show the numbers that match the cube train.
2. Count the number of turtles in each set.
Circle the set that has the greater number of turtles.
3. How many more counters would you place to model
a way to make 6? Draw the counters.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

Addition sentence : 5 = 3 + 2,

Explanation:
show the numbers that matches the
cube train as 5 = 3 + 2.

Spiral Review

Question 2.

The number of turtles in each set is set 1 – 7,
set 2 – 8, 8 > 7, So circled number 8 turtles,

Explanation:
Counted the number of turtles in each set,
set 1 – 7, set 2 – 8, Now comparing 8 is greater
than 7 turtles, So circled the set 8 number of turtles.

Question 3.

4 more counters,
Drawn the counters,

Explanation:
Given 2 counters to make 6, I need to place
(6 – 2 = 4) 4 more number of counters
to model a way to make 6 as 2 + 4 = 6,
Drawn the counters as shown above in the picture.

### Lesson 5.9 Algebra • Number Pairs for 6 and 7

Essential Question How can you model and write addition
sentences for number pairs for each sum of 6 and 7?

With the help of objects images, I can write addition
sentences for number pairs for each sum of 6 and 7.

Explanation:
With the help of objects images, I can write addition
sentences for number pairs for each sum of 6 and 7.
Example :

Number pair for 6 is 2 + 4,
I had 2 puppies with me, my friend gave me
4 more puppies make in all 6 puppies
Addition sentence : 2 + 4 = 6,

Number pair for 7 is 4 + 3,
My friend have 4 balloons and I have 3
balloons in total make in all 7 balloons,
Addition sentence : 4 + 3 = 7.

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DIRECTIONS Place two colors of cubes on the cube
train to show the number pairs that make 6.
1. Trace the addition sentence to show one of the pairs.
2–5. Complete the addition sentence to show a
number pair for 6. Color the cube train to match the
Question 1.

1 cube and 5 cubes make 6 in all,
Addition sentence : 6 = 1 + 5,

Explanation:
1 cube and 5 cubes make 6 in all, So traced
the addition sentence to show one of the pair
that make 6 is 6 = 1 + 5.

Question 2.

3 cubes and 3 cubes make 6 in all,
Addition sentence : 6 = 3 + 3,

Explanation:
3 cubes and 3 cubes make 6 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 6 is 6 = 3 + 3.

Question 3.

2 cubes and 4 cubes make 6 in all,
Addition sentence : 6 = 2 + 4,

Explanation:
2 cubes and 4 cubes make 6 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 6 is 6 = 2 + 4.

Question 4.

5 cubes and 1 cube make 6 in all,
Addition sentence : 6 = 5 + 1,

Explanation:
5 cubes and 1 cube make 6 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 6 is 6 = 5 + 1.

Question 5.

Addition sentence : 6 = 4 + 2,
Colored the cube train to match the

Explanation:
Placed two colors 4 cubes of pink color,
2 cubes of green color on the cube train to show
a number pair for the number 6,
Completed the addition sentence to show a
number pair as 6 = 4 + 2,
Colored the cube train to match the addition sentence as
shown in the picture.

DIRECTIONS Place two colors of cubes on the cube train
to show the number pairs that make 7.
6–10. Complete the addition sentence to show a
number pair for 7. Color the cube train to match the
Question 6.

3 cubes and 4 cubes make 7 in all,
Addition sentence : 7 = 3 + 4,

Explanation:
3 cubes and 4 cubes make 7 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 7 is 7 = 3 + 4.

Question 7.

2 cubes and 5 cubes make 7 in all,
Addition sentence : 7 = 2 + 5,

Explanation:
2 cubes and 5 cubes make 7 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 7 is 7 = 2 + 5.

Question 8.

1 cube and 6 cubes make 7 in all,
Addition sentence : 7 = 1 + 6,

Explanation:
1 cube and 6 cubes make 7 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 7 is 7 = 1 + 6.

Question 9.

4 cubes and 3 cubes make 7 in all,
Addition sentence : 7 = 4 + 3,

Explanation:
4 cubes and 3 cubes make 7 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 7 is 7 = 4 + 3.

Question 10.

Addition sentence : 7 = 5 + 2,
Colored the cube train to match the

Explanation:
Placed two colors 5 cubes of brown color,
2 cubes of purple color on the cube train to show
a number pair for the number 7,
Completed the addition sentence to show a
number pair as 7 = 5 + 2,
Colored the cube train to match the addition sentence as
shown in the picture.

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 11. Peter and Grant have six toy cars.
Peter has no cars. How many cars does Grant have?
Color the cube train to show the number pair.
12. Draw to show what you know about a number pair
for 7 when one number is 0. Complete the addition sentence.
Question 11.

Peter is having 0 cars,
Grant have 6 cars,
Addition sentence : 6 = 0 + 6,

Explanation:
Given Peter and Grant have six toy cars.
Peter has no cars. So Grant have (6 = 6-0)
6 toy cars,
Colored the cube train to show the number pair (0, 6),
as Peter nil color and Grant with purple color.
Completed the addition sentence as 6 = 0 + 6.

Question 12.

Number pair for 7 is 7, 0,
Addition sentence is 7 = 7 + 0,

Explanation:
Drawn cubes to show about a number pair for 7
when one number is 0 as 7,0 and 7 number
with green color, The addition sentence is 7 = 7 + 0.

HOME ACTIVITY • Have your child use his or her fingers
on two hands to show a number pair for 6.

Yes, My child has used his or her fingers on two hands to
show a number pair (3,3) for 6 as 3 + 3 = 6.

### Algebra • Number Pairs for 6 and 7 Homework & Practice 5.9

DIRECTIONS 1–2. Look at the number at the beginning
Place two colors of cubes on the cube train to show a
number pair for that number.
Complete the addition sentence to show a number pair.
Color the cube train to match the addition sentence.
Question 1.

Addition sentence : 6 = 4 + 2,
Colored the cube train to match the

Explanation:
Placed two colors 4 cubes of yellow color,
2 cubes of green color on the cube train to show
a number pair for the number 6,
Completed the addition sentence to show a
number pair as 6 = 4 + 2,
Colored the cube train to match the addition sentence
as shown in the picture.

Question 2.

Addition sentence : 7 = 6 + 1,
Colored the cube train to match the

Explanation:
Placed two colors 6 cubes of yellow color,
1 cube of purple color on the cube train to show
a number pair for the number 7,
Completed the addition sentence to show a
number pair as 7 = 6 + 1,
Colored the cube train to match the addition sentence
as shown in the picture.

DIRECTIONS 1. Complete the addition sentence to
show the numbers that match the cube train.
2.
How many more counters would you
place to model a way to make 10? Draw the counters.
3.
Count and tell how many hats. Write the number.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

Addition sentence : 7 = 1 + 6,

Explanation:
show the numbers that matches the
cube train as 7 = 1 + 6.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

2 more counters,
Drawn the counters,

Explanation:
Given 8 counters to make 10, I need  to place
(10 – 8 = 2), 2 more number of counters
to model a way to make 10 as 8 + 2 = 10,
Drawn the counters as shown above in the picture.

Question 3.

7 number of hats,

Explanation:
Counted there are 7 number of hats.
Wrote the number 7.

### Lesson 5.10 Algebra • Number Pairs for 8

Essential Question How can you model and write addition
sentences for number pairs for sums of 8?

With the help of objects images, I can write addition
sentences for number pairs for sum of 8.

Explanation:
With the help of objects images, I can write addition
sentences for number pairs for sum of 8.
Example :
Number pair for 8 is 5 + 3,
I have 5 pencils and my grandma gave me
3 more pencils in total I have 8 pencils in all,
Addition sentence : 5 + 3 = 8.

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DIRECTIONS Use two colors of cubes to make a cube train
to show the number pairs that make 8.
1. Trace the addition sentence to show one of the pairs.
2–4. Complete the addition sentence to show a number pair for 8.
Color the cube train to match the addition sentence in Exercise 4.
Question 1.

1 cube and 7 cubes make 8 in all,
Addition sentence : 8 = 1 + 7,

Explanation:
1 cube and 7 cubes make 8 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 8 is 8 = 1 + 7.

Question 2.

3 cubes and 5 cubes make 8 in all,
Addition sentence : 8 = 3 + 5,

Explanation:
3 cubes and 5 cubes make 8 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 8 is 8 = 3 + 5.

Question 3.

4 cubes and 4 cubes make 8 in all,
Addition sentence : 8 = 4 + 4,

Explanation:
4 cubes and 4 cubes make 8 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 8 is 8 = 4 + 4.

Question 4.

Addition sentence : 8 = 2 + 6,
Colored the cube train to match the

Explanation:
Placed two colors 2 cubes of blue color,
6 cubes of pink color on the cube train to show
a number pair for the number 8,
Completed the addition sentence to show a
number pair as 8 = 2 + 6,
Colored the cube train to match the addition sentence
as shown in the picture.

DIRECTIONS Use two colors of cubes to make a cube train
to show the number pairs that make 8.
5–7. Complete the addition sentence to show a number pair for 8.
Color the cube train to match the addition sentence in Exercise 7.
Question 5.

7 cubes and 1 cube make 8 in all,
Addition sentence : 8 = 7 + 1,

Explanation:
7 cubes and 1 cube make 8 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 8 is 8 = 7 + 1.

Question 6.

6 cubes and 2 cubes make 8 in all,
Addition sentence : 8 = 6 + 2,

Explanation:
6 cubes and 2 cubes make 8 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 8 is 8 = 6 + 2.

Question 7.

Addition sentence : 8 = 5 + 3,
Colored the cube train to match the

Explanation:
Placed two colors 5 cubes of blue color,
3 cubes of pink color on the cube train to show
a number pair for the number 8,
Completed the addition sentence to show a
number pair as 8 = 5 + 3,
Colored the cube train to match the addition sentence
as shown in the picture.

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 8. There are eight crayons in a packet.
Eight of the crayons are red. How many are not red?
Draw and color to show how you solved.
9. Draw to show what you know about a different number pair for 8.
Question 8.

0 are not red,

Explanation:
Given there are eight crayons in a packet.
Eight of the crayons are red. So number
that are not red are (8= 8 – 0) 0.
Drawn and colored to show all 8 are red
by using cubes 1 cube means one crayon so I solved,
Completed the addition sentence as 8 = 8 + 0.

Question 9.

0 cube and 8 cubes make 8 in all,
Addition sentence : 8 = 0 + 8,

Explanation:
0 cube and 8 cubes make 8 in all,
means no color cubes and 8 cubes are there
in total also make 8, the addition sentence to
show one of the different number pair that make 8
is 8 = 0 + 8.

HOME ACTIVITY • Have your child tell you the number pairs
for a set of eight objects. Have him or her tell the
addition sentence to match one of the number pairs.

Yes my child tells me about the number pairs
for a set of eight objects. The addition sentence
to match one of the number pairs is 3 and 5,
3 + 5 = 8.

Explanation:
Yes my child tells me about the number pairs
for a set of eight objects.
Example:
My child tells me he had 3 erasers with him,
His friend gave him 5 more, in all he have 8
erasers with him.
The addition sentence to match one of the number pair
is 3 and 5, So 3 + 5 = 8.

### Algebra • Number Pairs for 8 Homework & Practice 5.10

DIRECTIONS Use two colors of cubes to make a cube train
to show the number pairs that make 8.
1–4. Complete the addition sentence to show a number pair for 8.
Color the cube train to match the addition sentence in Exercise 4.
Question 1.

4 cubes and 4 cubes make 8 in all,
Addition sentence : 8 = 4 + 4,

Explanation:
4 cubes and 4 cubes make 8 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 8 is 8 = 4 + 4.

Question 2.

7 cubes and 1 cube make 8 in all,
Addition sentence : 8 = 7 + 1,

Explanation:
7 cubes and 1 cube make 8 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 8 is 8 = 7 + 1.

Question 3.

2 cubes and 6 cubes make 8 in all,
Addition sentence : 8 = 2 + 6,

Explanation:
2 cubes and 6 cubes make 8 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 8 is 8 = 2 + 6.

Question 4.

Addition sentence : 8 = 3 + 5,
Colored the cube train to match the

Explanation:
Placed two colors 3 cubes of green color,
5 cubes of pink color on the cube train to show
a number pair for the number 8,
Completed the addition sentence to show a
number pair as 8 = 3 + 5,
Colored the cube train to match the addition sentence
as shown in the picture.

DIRECTIONS 1. Complete the addition sentence to
show the numbers that match the cube train.
2. Count and tell how many in each set. Write the numbers.
Compare the numbers. Circle the number that is greater.
3. How many more counters would you place in the
five frame to show a way to make 5? Draw the counters.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

Addition sentence : 8 = 1 + 7,

Explanation:
show the numbers that matches the
cube train as 8 = 1 + 7.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

Each set, set 1 has 4 numbers,
set 2 has 3 numbers,
4 is greater than 3, So circled 4 numbers.

Explanation:
Counted each set, Set 1 has 4 numbers,
set 2 has 3 numbers, Wrote the numbers,
Comparing the numbers 4 is greater than 3,
4 > 3,  So circled the numbers 4 which is greater.

Question 3.

1 more counter,
Drawn the counter,

Explanation:
Given 4 counters to make 5, I need  to place
(5 – 4 = 1), 1 more number of counter
to model a way to make 5 as 4 + 1 = 5,
Drawn the counters as shown above in the picture.

### Lesson 5.11 Algebra • Number Pairs for 9

Essential Question How can you model and write addition sentences
for number pairs for sums of 9?

With the help of objects images, I can write addition
sentences for number pairs for sum of 9.

Explanation:
With the help of objects images, I can write addition
sentences for number pairs for sum of 9.
Example :
Number pair for 9 is 4 + 5,
A shopkeeper has 4 caps and he purchased
5 more caps in total he has 9 caps overall,
Addition sentence : 4 + 5 = 9.

Share and Show

DIRECTIONS Use two colors of cubes to make a cube train
to show the number pairs that make 9.
1. Trace the addition sentence to show one of the pairs.
2–4. Complete the addition sentence to show a number pair for 9.
Color the cube train to match the addition sentence in Exercise 4.
Question 1.

1 cube and 8 cubes make 9 in all,
Addition sentence : 9 = 1 + 8,

Explanation:
1 cube and 8 cubes make 9 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 9 is 9 = 1 + 8.

Question 2.

3 cubes and 6 cubes make 9 in all,
Addition sentence : 9 = 3 + 6,

Explanation:
3 cubes and 6 cubes make 9 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 9 is 9 = 3 + 6.

Question 3.

2 cubes and 7 cubes make 9 in all,
Addition sentence : 9 = 2 + 7,

Explanation:
2 cubes and 7 cubes make 9 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 9 is 9 = 2 + 7.

Question 4.

Addition sentence : 9 = 8 + 1,
Colored the cube train to match the

Explanation:
Placed two colors 8 cubes of brown color,
1 cube of yellow color on the cube train to show
a number pair for the number 9,
Completed the addition sentence to show a
number pair as 9 = 8 + 1,
Colored the cube train to match the addition sentence
as shown in the picture.

DIRECTIONS Use two colors of cubes to make a cube train
to show the number pairs that make 9.
5–8. Complete the addition sentence to show a
number pair for 9.Color the cube train to match the
Question 5.

7 cubes and 2 cubes make 9 in all,
Addition sentence : 9 = 7 + 2,

Explanation:
7 cubes and 2 cubes make 9 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 9 is 9 = 7 + 2.

Question 6.

5 cubes and 4 cubes make 9 in all,
Addition sentence : 9 = 5 + 4,

Explanation:
5 cubes and 4 cubes make 9 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 9 is 9 = 5 + 4.

Question 7.

0 cube and 9 cubes make 9 in all,
Addition sentence : 9 = 0 + 9,

Explanation:
0 cube and 9 cubes make 9 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 9 is 9 = 0 + 9.

Question 8.

Addition sentence : 9 = 6 + 3,
Colored the cube train to match the

Explanation:
Placed two colors 6 cubes of brown color,
3 cubes of yellow color on the cube train to show
a number pair for the number 9,
Completed the addition sentence to show a
number pair as 9 = 6 + 3,
Colored the cube train to match the addition sentence
as shown in the picture.

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 9. Shelby has nine friends. None of them are boys.
How many are girls? Complete the addition sentence to show the number pair.
10. Draw to show what you know about a different number pair for 9.
Question 9.

Shelby have 9 girl friends,
Addition sentence : 9 = 9 + 0,

Explanation:
Given Shelby has nine friends and none of them are boys.
So number of girls are (9 = 9 – 0) = 9,
Completed the addition sentence to show
number pair as 9 = 9 + 0.

Question 10.

7 cubes and 2 cubes make 9 in all,
Addition sentence : 9 = 7 + 2,

Explanation:
7 cubes and 2 cubes make 9 in all,
Drawn to show one of the different number pair
that make 9 is 9 = 7 + 2.
Completed the addition sentence to show
number pair as 9 = 7 + 2.

HOME ACTIVITY • Have your child use his or her fingers on
two hands to show a number pair for 9.

Yes, My child has used his or her fingers on two hands to
show a number pair (4, 5) for 9 as 4 + 5 = 9.

### Algebra • Number Pairs for 9 Homework & Practice 5.11

DIRECTIONS Use two colors of cubes to make a cube train
to show the number pairs that make 9.
1–4. Complete the addition sentence to show a
number pair for 9. Color the cube train to match the
Question 1.

3 cubes and 6 cubes make 9 in all,
Addition sentence : 9 = 3 + 6,

Explanation:
3 cubes and 6 cubes make 9 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 9 is 9 = 3 + 6.

Question 2.

9 cubes and 0 cube make 9 in all,
Addition sentence : 9 = 9 + 0,

Explanation:
9 cubes and 0 cube make 9 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 9 is 9 = 9 + 0.

Question 3.

1 cube and 8 cubes make 9 in all,
Addition sentence : 9 = 1 + 8,

Explanation:
1 cube and 8 cubes make 9 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 9 is 9 = 1 + 8.

Question 4.

Addition sentence : 9 = 2 + 7,
Colored the cube train to match the

Explanation:
Placed two colors 2 cubes of violet color,
7 cubes of orange color on the cube train to show
a number pair for the number 9,
Completed the addition sentence to show a
number pair as 9 = 2 + 7,
Colored the cube train to match the addition sentence
as shown in the picture.

DIRECTIONS 1. Complete the addition sentence to show
the numbers that match the cube train.
2. Count how many birds. 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.

5 cubes and 4 cubes make 9 in all,
Addition sentence : 9 = 5 + 4,

Explanation:
5 cubes and 4 cubes make 9 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 9 is 9 = 5 + 4.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

8 number of birds,

Explanation:
Counted there are 8 number of birds.
Wrote the number 8.

Question 3.

Each set, set 1 has 3 numbers,
set 2 has 2 numbers,
2 is less than 3, So circled 2 numbers.

Explanation:
Counted each set, Set 1 has 3 numbers,
set 2 has 2 numbers, Wrote the numbers,
Comparing the numbers 2 is less than 3,
2 < 3,  So circled the numbers 2 which is lesser.

### Lesson 5.12 Algebra • Number Pairs for 10

Essential Question How can you model and write addition
sentences for number pairs for sums of 10?

With the help of objects images, I can write addition
sentences for number pairs for sum of 10.

Explanation:
With the help of objects images, I can write addition
sentences for number pairs for sum of 10.
Example :
Number pair for 10 is 8 + 2,
I have 8 oranges with me and my uncle gave me
2 more oranges in total I have 10 oranges in all,
Addition sentence : 8 + 2 = 10.

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DIRECTIONS Use two colors of cubes to build a cube train to
show the number pairs that make 10.
1. Trace the addition sentence to show one of the pairs.
2–4. Complete the addition sentence to show a number
pair for 10. Color the cube train to match the
Question 1.

1 cube and 9 cubes make 10 in all,
Addition sentence : 10 = 1 + 9,

Explanation:
1 cube and 9 cubes make 10 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 10 is 10 = 1 + 9.

Question 2.

5 cubes and 5 cubes make 10 in all,
Addition sentence : 10 = 5 + 5,

Explanation:
5 cubes and 5 cubes make 10 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 10 is 10 = 5 + 5.

Question 3.

3 cubes and 7 cubes make 10 in all,
Addition sentence : 10 = 3 + 7,

Explanation:
3 cubes and 7 cubes make 10 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 10 is 10 = 3 + 7.

Question 4.

Addition sentence : 10 = 4 + 6,
Colored the cube train to match the

Explanation:
Placed two colors 4 cubes of green color,
6 cubes of orange color on the cube train to show
a number pair for the number 10,
Completed the addition sentence to show a
number pair as 10 = 4 + 6,
Colored the cube train to match the addition sentence
as shown in the picture.

DIRECTIONS Use two colors of cubes to build a
cube train to show the number pairs that make 10.
5–8. Complete the addition sentence to show a
number pair for 10. Color the cube train to match the
Question 5.

1 cube and 9 cubes make 10 in all,
Addition sentence : 10 = 1 + 9,

Explanation:
1 cube and 9 cubes make 10 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 10 is 10 = 1 + 9.

Question 6.

5 cubes and 5 cubes make 10 in all,
Addition sentence : 10 = 5 + 5,

Explanation:
5 cubes and 5 cubes make 10 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 10 is 10 = 5 + 5.

Question 7.

2 cubes and 8 cubes make 10 in all,
Addition sentence : 10 = 2 + 8,

Explanation:
2 cubes and 8 cubes make 10 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 10 is 10 = 2 + 8.

Question 8.

Addition sentence : 10 = 7 + 3,
Colored the cube train to match the

Explanation:
Placed two colors 7 cubes of green color,
3 cubes of orange color on the cube train to show
a number pair for the number 10,
Completed the addition sentence to show a
number pair as 10 = 7 + 3,
Colored the cube train to match the addition sentence
as shown in the picture.

Problem Solving • Applications

DIRECTIONS 9. There are ten children in the cafeteria.
Ten of them are drinking water. How many children are
drinking milk? Complete the addition sentence to
show the number pair.
10. Draw to show what you know about a different
number pair for 10. Complete the addition sentence.
Question 9.

10 children are drinking milk,
Addition sentence : 10 = 10 + 0,

Explanation:
Given there are ten children in the cafeteria.
Ten of them are drinking water. So children
drinking milk are (10 = 10 -0)  10, Completed
the addition sentence to show the number pair
as 10 = 10 + 0.

Question 10.

8 cubes and 2 cubes make 10 in all,
Addition sentence : 10 = 8 + 2,

Explanation:
8 cubes and 2 cubes make 10 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 10 is 10 = 8 + 2.

HOME ACTIVITY • Have your child tell you the number pairs
for a set of ten objects. Have him or her tell the addition sentence
to match one of the number pairs.

Yes, my child told the number pairs for a set
of ten objects.
Yes, He or she told an addition sentence for one of the
number pairs of 5 and 5 makes 10 as 5 + 5 = 10.
Example: My child prepared 5 glass of lemon juice,
I prepared 5 glass of lemon juices for guests
In total makes 10 glasses of lemon juice.
Addition sentence : 5 + 5 = 10.

### Algebra • Number Pairs for 10 Homework & Practice 5.12

DIRECTIONS Use two colors of cubes to build a cube train
to show the number pairs that make 10.
1–4. Complete the addition sentence to show a number pair for 10.
Color the cube train to match the addition sentence in Exercise 4.
Question 1.

6 cubes and 4 cubes make 10 in all,
Addition sentence : 10 = 6 + 4,

Explanation:
6 cubes and 4 cubes make 10 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 10 is 10 = 6 + 4.

Question 2.

3 cubes and 7 cubes make 10 in all,
Addition sentence : 10 = 3 + 7,

Explanation:
3 cubes and 7 cubes make 10 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 10 is 10 = 3 + 7.

Question 3.

2 cubes and 8 cubes make 10 in all,
Addition sentence : 10 = 2 + 8,

Explanation:
2 cubes and 8 cubes make 10 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 10 is 10 = 2 + 8.

Question 4.

Addition sentence : 10 = 9 + 1,
Colored the cube train to match the

Explanation:
Placed two colors 9 cubes of yellow color,
1 cube of orange color on the cube train to show
a number pair for the number 10,
Completed the addition sentence to show a
number pair as 10 = 9 + 1,
Colored the cube train to match the addition sentence
as shown in the picture.

DIRECTIONS 1. Complete the addition sentence to show
the numbers that match the cube train.
2. Count the dots in the ten frames. Trace the number.
Write the numbers in order as you count forward from the
dashed number.
3. Use blue and red to color the cubes to show a way to make 10.
Lesson Check
Question 1.

7 cubes and 3 cubes make 10 in all,
Addition sentence : 10 = 7 + 3,

Explanation:
7 cubes and 3 cubes make 10 in all,
the addition sentence to show one of the
number pair that make 10 is 10 = 7 + 3.

Spiral Review
Question 2.

Counted the dots in the ten frames, Number traced as 1,
Wrote the numbers in order as I count forward from the
dashed number 1 as 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,

Explanation:
Counted the dots in the ten frames,
Traced the given number as 1,
Wrote the numbers in order as I count forward from the
dashed number 1 as 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

Question 3.

Used 5 blue and 5 red to color cubes to show
a way to make 10,

Explanation:
Used 5 blue and 5 red to color cubes to show
a way to make 10 as 10 = 5 + 5.

DIRECTIONS 1. How many puppies are sitting?
How many puppies are being added to the group?
Write the numbers.
2.
Sonja put 4 red counters in the ten frame.
Then she put 3 yellow counters in the ten frame.
Choose all the ways that show the counters being put together.
3. How many of each color cube is being added?
Trace the numbers and symbols. Write the number that
shows how many cubes in all.
Question 1.

There are 3 puppies are sitting,
1 more puppy is being added
to the group,
Numbers are 3, 1,

Explanation:
There are 3 puppies are sitting,
1 more puppy is being added
to the group, So numbers are 3, 1.

Question 2.

All the ways that show the counters
being put together are 4 plus 3,
4 + 3, So circled them,

Explanation:
Given Sonja put 4 red counters in the ten frame
and then she put 3 yellow counters in the ten frame.
All the ways that show the counters being put together
are 4 plus 3 and 4 + 3, So circled them as shown above.

Question 3.

Each orange 2, green 2 color cubes
In all there are 2 + 2 = 4 cubes,

Explanation:
Each of orange 2 color cubes
and green 2 color cubes are being added,
Traced the numbers and symbols,
Wrote the number that shows how many cubes in all
as 2 + 2 = 4.

DIRECTIONS 4. Annabelle has 2 red cubes. She has 2 yellow cubes.
How many cubes does she have? Draw the cubes.
Trace the numbers and symbols. Write how many in all.
5. Look at the cube train. How many red cubes do you see?
How many more cubes do you need to add to make 10?
Draw the cubes. Color them blue. Write and trace to show
6. Write and trace the numbers to complete the addition sentence.
Question 4.
THINK SMARTER+

Annabelle has 4 cubes in all,

Explanation:
Annabelle has 2 red cubes and she has 2 yellow cubes,
In all she has 2 + 2 = 4, Drawn the cubes.
Traced the numbers and symbols,
Wrote how many in all as 2 + 2 = 4.

Question 5.

Red cubes I can see are 7, 3 more cubes are needed,
Addition sentence = 7 + 3 = 10.

Explanation:
Looking at the cube train 7 red cubes I can see,
3  more cubes I do need to add to make 10
as 10 -7 = 3.
Drawn the cubes. Colored them as blue.
Wrote and traced to show addition sentence
as 7 + 3 = 10.

Question 6.

Addition sentence : 3 + 2 = 5.

Explanation:
Wrote and traced the numbers to complete
the addition sentence as 3 + 2 = 5,

DIRECTIONS 7. Trace and write the numbers and trace
the symbols to complete the addition sentence.
8. Nora has 1 green crayon. Gary has some red crayons.
Together they have 5 crayons. Draw to show how many
red crayons Gary has. Complete the number pair.
9. Does this show a number pair for 7? Choose Yes or No.
Question 7.

Addition sentence : 4 + 2 = 6,

Explanation:
Traced and wrote the numbers and trace
the symbols to complete the addition sentence
as 4 + 2 = 6.

Question 8.
THINK SMARTER+

Gary has 4 red crayons,
Number pair 1, 4, 5 = 1 + 4,

Explanation:
Given Nora has 1 green crayon and Gary has some
red crayons.
Together they have 5 crayons. Drawn and showed
how many red crayons Gary has 4  red crayons.
(5 – 1 = 4),  Completed the number pair as 1, 4 makes
5 = 1 + 4.

Question 9.

Yes, 4 + 3 makes 7,

Explanation:
Yes, 4 + 3 shows a number pair for 7.

DIRECTIONS 10. Circle all the number pairs for 8.
11. Larry counted out 9 cubes. The cubes were either red or blue.
How many red and blue cubes could he have? Color the cubes
to show the number of red and blue cubes. Write the numbers
12.
Complete the addition sentence to show a number pair for 10.
Question 10.

Circled 2+6 and 1 + 7,

Explanation:
Circled all the number pairs for 8,
2 + 6 and 1 + 7.

Question 11.

Larry can have 4 red, 5 blue cubes,
Addition sentence : 9 = 4 + 5,

Explanation:
Given Larry counted out 9 cubes,
The cubes were either red or blue.
Larry can have 4 red and 5 blue cubes,
Colored the cubes to show the number of red
and blue cubes. Wrote the numbers
to complete the addition sentence as 9 = 4 + 5.

Question 12.