# Into Math Grade 1 Module 9 Lesson 1 Answer Key Make Ten and Ones

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## HMH Into Math Grade 1 Module 9 Lesson 1 Answer Key Make Ten and Ones

I Can represent a number from 11 to 19 as a ten and ones with objects and drawings.

How can you draw to show one of these numbers as a ten and ones? My number: ___________
Allow children to choose tools. Have them choose one of the numbers shown above and draw to represent that number as a ten and ones.  Explanation:
I chose a number
My number is 15
I drew a ten bar and 5 cubes to show my number
This is quick picture of number 15.

Build Understanding

Question 1.
There are 6 ladybugs on a bush. 6 more ladybugs join them. How many ladybugs are there now? A. How can you make a concrete model to solve the problem? Draw to show what you did. Explanation:
There are 6 ladybugs on a bush
6 more ladybugs join them
6 + 6 = 12
I drew counters to show 12 lady bugs.

B. A quick picture uses sticks and circles to show tens and ones. How can you draw a quick picture to show the number of ladybugs? Explanation:
There are 6 ladybugs on a bush
6 more ladybugs join them
6 + 6 = 12
I drew a quick picture to show 12 lady bugs.

Turn and Talk How does the quick picture help you know the value of a number? How could you draw a quick picture to show the number 20? Explain. Explanation:
The quick picture shows us the number of tens and ones
I drew a quick picture to represent 20.

Step It Out

Question 1.
There are 9 big fish in the pond. There are 8 small fish in the pond. How many fish are in the pond?
___________ fish

A. Draw to make a ten.  Explanation:
There are 9 big fish in the pond
There are 8 small fish in the pond
9 + 8 = 17
I drew counters to show 17 fishes in the pond.

B. Draw a quick picture. Explanation:
There are 9 big fish in the pond
There are8 small fish in the pond
9 + 8 = 17
I drew a quick picture to show 17 fishes in the pond.

Check Understanding

Solve. Draw a quick picture to show the number.

Question 1.
Solomon puts 8 marbles in a jar. Karen puts 6 marbles in the jar. How many marbles are in the jar? ________ marbles Explanation:
Solomon puts 8 marbles in a jar
Karen puts 6 marbles in the jar
8 + 6 = 14
I drew a quick picture to show 14 marbles.

Write the number shown by the quick picture.

Question 2. 13

Explanation:
The above quick picture has 1 ten and 3 ones
1 ten 3 ones = 13.

Question 3. 18

Explanation:
The above quick picture has 1 ten and 8 ones
1 ten 8 ones = 18.

Solve. Draw a quick picture to show the number.

Question 4.
A bird brings 7 sticks to build a nest. Then she brings 9 more sticks. How many sticks does she bring? _________ sticks Explanation:
A bird brings 7 sticks to build a nest
Then she brings 9 more sticks
7 + 9 = 16
16 = 1 ten 6 ones
I drew a quick picture to represent the number 16
So, the bird brings 16 sticks to build the nest.

Use Structure Write the number shown by the quick picture.

Question 5. 12

Explanation:
The above quick picture has 1 ten and 2 ones
1 ten 2 ones = 12

Question 6. 19

Explanation:
The above quick picture has 1 ten and 9 ones
1 ten 9 ones = 19.

Question 7.
Open-Ended Write numbers to complete the problem. Draw a quick picture to show the total number of books.
Amy has ________ books. Shawn has _________ books. They have 15 books altogether. Explanation:
If Amy and Shawn has 15 books altogether
Think:
Amy has 10 books
Shawn has 5 books
10 + 5= 15
15 = 1 ten 5 ones
I drew a quick picture to represent the number 15.

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