# Into Math Grade 1 Module 5 Lesson 4 Answer Key Solve Add To and Take From Problems

We included HMH Into Math Grade 1 Answer Key PDF Module 5 Lesson 4 Solve Add To and Take From Problems to make students experts in learning maths.

## HMH Into Math Grade 1 Module 5 Lesson 4 Answer Key Solve Add To and Take From Problems

I Can write equations to solve word problems when the result, change, or start is unknown. Step It Out

1. Sophia grows 15 tomatoes. She gives Joe some tomatoes. She has 7 tomatoes left. How many tomatoes does she give Joe?
15 – = 7
A. Draw to show the problem. What do you need to find? THINK: I need to find how many tomatoes Sophia gives Joe.
B. Write an equation to solve the problem.
THINK: I can subtract to find how many she gives Joe.
Equation: ____
Sophia gives Joe ___ tomatoes.

Step It Out

2. There are some blocks in a basket. Maya puts 6 more blocks in the basket. Now there are 14 blocks in the basket. How many blocks were in the basket to start? A. What do you need to find? Draw to show the problem. B. Write an addition equation to match the problem.
Equation: ____
C. Write a subtraction equation that solves the problem.
THINK: I start with the number of blocks in the basket now. Then I subtract the number of blocks Maya put in the basket.
Equation: ________
There were ___ blocks in the basket to start.

Explanation:
I drew to show the way i solved the problem
There are some blocks in a basket
Maya puts 6 more blocks in the basket
Now there are 14 blocks in the basket
To find the number of blocks in the start subtract 6 from 14
14 – 6 = 8
Therefore, there were 8 blocks in the basket to start
The addition equation to match with the problem is 8 + 6 = 4.

Turn and Talk Explain how the equations help you understand the word problem.

Step It Out

3. Evan sees 17 roses on a rosebush. He picks 8 of the roses. How many roses are still on the rosebush? A. Draw to show the problem. B. Write an equation to solve the problem.
THINK: I can solve an equation that matches the problem.
Equation: ____
There are still ___ roses on the rosebush.

Explanation:
I drew to show the way i solved the problem
Evan sees 17 roses on a rosebush
He picks 8 of the roses
To find the number of roses still on the bush subtract 8 from 17
17 – 8 = 9
Therefore, there are still 9 roses on the rosebush.
The equation that matches with the problem is 8 + 9 = 17

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Solve. Draw to show your work.

Question 1.
Talia has 16 ribbons. She gives some to Nina. Now she has 9 ribbons. How many ribbons does she give Nina?
Equation: ____
____ ribbons
Equation: 16 – 7 = 9
7 Ribbons

Explanation:
Talia has 16 ribbons
She gives some to Nina
Now she has 9 ribbons
To find the number of ribbons she gave to Nina subtract 9 from 16
16 – 9 =7
Therefore, Talia gave 7 ribbons to Nina
The equation that matches with the problem is 16 – 7 = 9.

Model with Mathematics Solve. Draw to show your thinking.

Question 2.
Bert has some markers. He gives 8 to Alex. Now he has 5 markers. How many markers did he have to start? Equation: ____
____ markers Explanation:
Bert has some markers. He gives 8 to Alex
Now he has 5 markers
To find the number of markers Alex had at stat add 8 and 5
8 + 5= 13
Therefore, Alex has 13 markers to start.
The equation that matches with the problem is 13 – 8 = 5.

Question 3.
Cara has 12 books. She gives some to Moe. Now she has 9 books. How many books does she give to Moe?
Equation: ___
____ books
3 books

Explanation:
Cara has 12 books
She gives some to Moe
Now she has 9 books
To find the number of books she gave subtract 9 from 12
12 – 9 = 3
Therefore, Cara gave 3 books to Moe.

Question 4.
Open Ended Write a story problem for this equation. Solve the problem.
17 – 8 = There are 17 books with John and he gave 8 of them to his sister. How many are left with John?
17 – 8 = 9

Explanation:
There are 17 books with John
He gave 8 of them to his sister
To find the number of books left subtract 8 from 17
18 – 8 = 9
Therefore, John has 9 books left with him.

Reason Solve. Draw or write to show your thinking.

Question 5.
There are 13 sandwiches. Tara and her friends eat some. Now there are 4 sandwiches. How many sandwiches did they eat? ____ sandwiches
9 sandwiches

Explanation:
There are 13 sandwiches
Tara and her friends eat some
Now there are 4 sandwiches
To find the number of sandwiches they ate subtract 4 from 13
13 – 4 = 9
Therefore, Tara and her friends ate 9 sandwiches.

Question 6.
Theo gives away 8 marbles. He has 5 marbles left. How many marbles did he have to start?
___ marbles
13 marbles

Explanation:
Theo gives away 8 marbles
He has 5 marbles left
to find he number of he had at the start add 8 and 5
8+ 5 = 13
Therefore, Theo have 13 marbles to start.

Question 7.
Mila has 7 apples. She gets 9 more apples. How many apples does she have now?
___ apples
16 apples

Explanation:
Mila has 7 apples
She gets 9 more apples
To find the number of apples she have add 7 and 9
7 + 9 = 16
Therefore, Mila has 16 apples now.

Reason Solve. Draw or write to show your thinking.

Question 8.
Daisy has 6 limes. She picks 8 more limes. How many limes does she have?
Daisy has ___ limes.  Explanation:
Daisy has 6 limes
She picks 8 more limes
to find the number of limes in all add 6 and 8
6 + 8 = 14
Therefore, Daisy have 14 limes.

Question 9.
Andy has 15 comic books. He gives some to Eva. Now he has 6 comic books. How many does he give to Eva?
___ comic books
9 comic books

Explanation:
Andy has 15 comic books
He gives some to Eva
Now he has 6 comic books
To find the number of books given to Eva subtract 6 from 15
15 – 6 = 9
Therefore, Andy gave 9 comic books to Eva.

Solve. Explain.

Question 10.
Calvin has 5 books. He gets more books. Now he has 15 books. How many books does he get? Calvin gets ___ books. Explain how you solved the problem.