We included **HMH Into Math Kindergarten Answer Key PDF** **Module 13 Ways to Make Numbers to 10 **to make students experts in learning maths.

## HMH Into Math Kindergarten Module 13 Answer Key Ways to Make Numbers to 10

**Find Ways to Make Numbers**

There are seven children at the playground. How many children are on the swings and how many are in the sandbox? Complete the equation to represent the story.

Answer:

Explanation:

There are seven children at the playground.

3 children are on the swing and 4 on the sand box

3 + 4 = 7

**Are You Ready?**

**Ways to Make 4 and 5**

Question 1.

Answer:

Explanation:

2 blocks are colored in yellow and 2 are colored in green

2 + 2 = 4

Question 2.

Answer:

Explanation:

3 blocks are colored in yellow and 2 are colored in green

3 + 2 = 5

**Solve Word Problems Within 5**

Question 3.

Answer:

Explanation:

Annie sees one football and three soccer balls.

1 + 3 = 4

The sum of one and three is 4

Question 4.

Answer:

Explanation:

There are two red backpacks and one yellow backpack ¡n a classroom.

2 + 1 = 3

The sum of 2 and 1 is 3

**1.** Color the cubes to show a way to make 4. Write the equation. **2.** Color the cubes to show a way to make 5. Write the equation. **3.** Annie sees one football and three soccer balls. How many sports balls does Annie see? Write the equation. **4.** There are two red backpacks and one yellow backpack ¡n a classroom. How many backpacks are there? Write the equation.

**Lesson 1 Ways to Make 6 and 7**

6 = _________ + __________

Listen to the story. How will you represent the story? Willow sees six buckets at the pier. Some of the buckets are green and some are blue. How many buckets of each color might Willow see?

Answer:

6 = 3 + 3

Willow sees six buckets at the pier. Some of the buckets are green and some are blue

so, there must be 3 green buckets and 3 blue buckets.

**Build Understanding**

Question 1.

Listen to the story. How will you represent the shells in different ways? Color the counters to show different ways to make 6. For each way, complete the equation. Danica collects six shells. Some of the shells are brown and some are pink. How many shells of each color might she collect?

Answer:

Explanation:

Danica collects six shells. Some of the shells are brown and some are pink.

4 + 2 = 6

3 + 3 = 6

5 + 1 = 6

2 + 4 = 6

**Step It Out**

Question 2.

Listen to the story. Color the cubes to show different ways to make 7. For each way, complete the equation. Tyler sees seven sand pails on the beach. Some of the pails are blue and some are yellow. How many pails of each color might he see?

Answer:

Explanation:

. Tyler sees seven sand pails on the beach. Some of the pails are blue and some are yellow.

3 + 4 = 7

1 + 6 = 7

4 + 3 = 7

2 + 5 = 7

**On Your Own**

Question 3.

Listen to the story. Color the cubes to show different ways to make 7. For each way, complete the equation. Daniel brought seven towels in two colors to the lake. How many towels of each color might Daniel have?

Answer:

Explanation:

Daniel brought seven towels in two colors to the lake

might Daniel have 2 yellow and 5 blue

or 3 yellow and 4 blue

or 1 yellow and 6 blue.

**I’m in a Learning Mindset!**

**Directions:** Did your choice make sense? Color the star. Did you make a choice that helped you learn? Color the checkmark.

Answer:

**Lesson 2 Ways to Make 8**

8 = _________ + ___________

Listen to the story. How will you represent the story? Zuri sees eight windows at the museum. Some of the windows have curtains and some do not. How can you use two colors to show the windows she sees?

Answer:

Explanation:

Zuri sees eight windows at the museum. Some of the windows have curtains and some do not.

$ of the windows are yellow and 4 of the windows are green.

**Build Understanding**

Question 1.

Listen to the story. How will you represent the eggs in different ways? Color the cubes to show different ways to make 8. For each way, complete the equation. Pedro sees eight dinosaur eggs. Some of the eggs are big and some are small. How many eggs of each size might Pedro see?

Answer:

Explanation:

Pedro sees eight dinosaur eggs. Some of the eggs are big and some are small.

3 + 5 = 8

4 + 4 = 8

2 + 6 = 8

5 + 3 = 8

**Step It Out**

Question 2.

Listen to the story. Color the butterflies to show different ways to make 8. For each way, complete the equation. Omari sees eight butterflies. Some are orange and some are blue. How many butterflies of each color might Omari see?

Answer:

Explanation:

Omari sees eight butterflies. Some are orange and some are blue.

might Omari see 4 yellow and 4 blue

or 3 yellow and 5 blue or

2 yellow and 6 blue

5 yellow and 3 blue.

**On Your Own**

Question 3.

Listen to the story. Color the cubes to show different ways to make 8. For each way, complete the equation. Ellen draws a picture of eight stars. Some of the stars are big and some are small. How many of each size star might Ellen draw?

Answer:

Explanation:

Ellen draws a picture of eight stars. Some of the stars are big and some are small.

3 big stars and 5 small stars

4 big stars and 4 small stars

2 big stars and 6 small stars.

**I’m in a Learning Mindset!**

**Directions:** Did your choice make sense? Color the star. Did you make a choice that helped you learn? Color the checkmark.

Answer:

**Lesson 3 Ways to Make 9**

9 = ________ + __________

Listen to the story. How will you represent the story? Will sees nine birds. Some of the birds are in the tree and some are on the ground. How many birds might Will see in each place?

Answer:

9 = 4 + 5

Explanation:

Will sees nine birds. Some of the birds are in the tree and some are on the ground.

Let us assume

4 are on the tree and 5 are on the ground.

**Build Understanding**

Question 1.

Listen to the story. How will you represent the toys in different ways? Color the cubes to show different ways to make 9. For each way, complete the equation. There are nine toys at the park. Some toys are in the sandbox. Some toys are on the grass. How many toys might there be in each place?

Answer:

Explanation:

There are nine toys at the park. Some toys are in the sandbox. Some toys are on the grass.

4 toys are in the sandbox. 5 toys are on the grass.

5 toys are in the sandbox. 4 toys are on the grass.

3 toys are in the sandbox. 6 toys are on the grass.

6 toys are in the sandbox. 3 toys are on the grass.

**Step It Out**

Question 2.

Listen to the story. Color the tennis balls to show different ways to make 9. For each way, complete the equation. Jonas has nine tennis balls. Some of the tennis balls are yellow and some are orange. How many tennis balls of each color might Jonas have?

Answer:

Explanation:

Jonas has nine tennis balls. Some of the tennis balls are yellow and some are orange.

5 balls are orange and 4 balls are brown

4 balls are orange and 5 balls are brown

3 balls are orange and 6 balls are brown

2 balls are orange and 6 balls are brown

**On Your Own**

Question 3.

Listen to the story. Color the cubes to show different ways to make 9 For each way. complete the equation. George finds nine rocks in two different colors. How many rocks of each color might George find?

Answer:

Explanation:

George finds nine rocks in two different colors.

they are yellow and blue

4 yellow rocks and 5 blue blocks

5 yellow rocks and 4 blue blocks

3 yellow rocks and 6 blue blocks

**I’m in a Learning Mindset!**

**Directions:** Did your choice make sense? Color the star. Did you make a choice that helped you learn? Color the checkmark.

Answer:

**Lesson 4 Ways to Make 10**

Question 1.

Listen to the story. Draw to show two ways to make 10. For each way, complete the equation. There are ten eggs. How many eggs might be in the green pot and how many might be in the orange pot?

Answer:

Explanation:

There are ten eggs.

In first combination there are 4 green and 6 orange

in second there are 5 green and 5 orange.

**Step It Out**

Question 2.

Listen to the story. Color the flowers to show different ways to make 10. For each way, complete the equation. There are ten flowers. Some of the flowers are red and some are yellow. How many flowers of each color might there be?

Answer:

Explanation:

There are ten flowers. Some of the flowers are red and some are yellow.

7 yellow flowers and 3 red flowers

4 yellow flowers and 6 red flowers

5 yellow flowers and 5 red flowers

6 yellow flowers and 4 red flowers

**On Your Own**

Question 3.

Listen to the story. Draw to show two ways to make 10. For each way. complete the equation. There are ten spoons. How many spoons might be on the green table and how many might be on the brown table?

Answer:

Explanation:

There are ten spoons.

In the first group there are 5 on one table and 5 on the other table.

In the second group there are 4 on one table and on the other table there are 6.

Question 4.

listen to the story. Color the vases to show different ways to make 10. For each way. complete the equation. There are ten vases. Some of the vases are blue and some are orange. How many vases of each color might there be?

Answer:

Explanation:

There are ten vases. Some of the vases are blue and some are orange.

3 are blue vases and 7 are orange vases

6 are blue vases and 4 are orange vases

7 are blue vases and 3 are orange vases

8 are blue vases and 2 are orange vases

**Lesson 5 Make 10 from a Given Number**

Question 1.

6 + __________ = _________

Answer:

Explanation:

6 + 4 = 10

Gabby needs ten juice boxes for the soccer team.

She has six juice boxes.

so, she need 4 more to make 10.

Question 2.

2 + __________ = ___________

Answer:

2 + 8 = 10

Explanation:

Marco needs ten paintbrushes.

He has two paintbrushes.

To make 10 she need 8 more.

Question 3.

7 + ___________ = ___________

Answer:

7 + 3 = 10

Explanation:

Maria needs ten bowls of soup for her friends. She has seven bowls of soup.

to make 10 she need 3 more.

Listen to the story. Draw to make 10. Complete the equation.

**1.** Gabby needs ten juice boxes for the soccer team. She has six juice boxes. How many more juice boxes does she need?** 2.** Marco needs ten paintbrushes. He has two paintbrushes. How many more paintbrushes does Marco need? **3.** Maria needs ten bowls of soup for her friends. She has seven bowls of soup. How many more bowls of soup does she need?

**Step It Out**

Question 4.

9 + _________ = __________

Answer:

9 + 1 = 10

Explanation:

Ty has ten counters. Nine of the counters are red. The rest are yellow.

so, there will be one yellow color.

Question 5.

5 + _________ = ___________

Answer:

Explanation:

Sami has ten counters. Five of the counters are red. The rest are yellow.

5 +5 = 10

so, 5 counters are yellow.

Listen to the story. Color to make 10. Complete the equation.

**4.** Ty has ten counters. Nine of the counters are red. The rest are yellow. How many counters are yellow? **5.** Sami has ten counters. Five of the counters are red. The rest are yellow. How many counters are yellow?

**On Your Own**

Question 6.

3 + _________ = __________

Answer:

Explanation:

3 + 7 = 10

Brooke needs ten beads to make a necklace. She has three beads.

Brooke need 7 more beads.

Question 7.

1 + _________ = ___________

Answer:

Explanation:

MS. Hayden needs ten glue bottles for a class project. She has one glue bottle.

1 + 9 = 10

MS. Hayden needs nine more glue bottles

Question 8.

8 + ___________ = ____________

Answer:

Explanation:

Mr. Chan needs ten apples for a pie. He has eight apples.

8 + 2 = 10

2 more apples that he need

Listen to the story. Draw to make 10. Complete the equation.

**6.** Brooke needs ten beads to make a necklace. She has three beads. How many more beads does Brooke need? **7.** MS. Hayden needs ten glue bottles for a class project. She has one glue bottle. How many more glue bottles does Ms. Hayden need?** 8.** Mr. Chan needs ten apples for a pie. He has eight apples. How many more apples does he need?

**On Your Own**

Question 9.

4 + _________ = ___________

Answer:

Explanation:

Lucinda has ten counters. Four of the counters are red. The rest are yellow.

4 + 6 = 10

So, the 6 are yellow.

Question 10.

2 + ___________ = ___________

Answer:

Explanation:

Cody has ten counters. Two of the counters are red. The rest are yellow

2 + 8 = 10

so, 8 counters are yellow.

Listen to the story. Color to make 10. Complete the equation.

**9.** Lucinda has ten counters. Four of the counters are red. The rest are yellow. How many counters are yellow? **10.** Cody has ten counters. Two of the counters are red. The rest are yellow. How many counters are yellow?

**Module 13 Review**

**Concepts and Skills**

Question 1.

8 = __________ + __________

Answer:

Explanation:

Suri sees eight animals at the park. Some of the animals are birds and some are squirrels.

let 3 be squirrels and 5 are birds

Question 2.

7 = __________ + ___________

Answer:

7 = 2 + 5

Explanation:

Andrew has seven crayons. Some of the crayons are green and some are yellow.

Let 5 be green and 2 be yellow.

Question 3.

9 = __________ + ___________

Answer:

Explanation:

Dee has nine bowls. Some of the bowls are red and some are blue

let 4 be red and 5 be blue.

9 = 4 + 5

Listen to the story. Color the objects to show a way to make the number. Complete the equation, **1.** Suri sees eight animals at the park. Some of the animals are birds and some are squirrels. How many of each animal might Suri see? **2.** Andrew has seven crayons. Some of the crayons are green and some are yellow. How many crayons of each color might Andrew have? **3.** Dee has nine bowls. Some of the bowls are red and some are blue. How many bowls of each color might Dee have?

Question 4.

(A) 6 = 4 + 2

(B) 7 = 3 + 4

(C) 8 = 2 + 6

Answer:

A

Explanation:

4 red counters and 2 yellow counters

4 + 2 = 6

Question 5.

(A) 9 = 8 + 1

(B) 10 = 4 + 6

(C) 10 = 1 + 9

Answer:

C

Explanation:

1 red leaf and 9 green leaves

1 + 9 = 10

Question 6.

6 + ___________ = _________

Answer:

6 + 4 = 10

Explanation:

Kiara needs ten flowers to put in a vase. She has six flowers.

so, she need 4 more flowers to keep in the vase.

**4.** Mark below the equation that is represented by the counters. **5.** Mark below the equation that is represented by the leaves. **6.** Listen to the story. Draw to make 10. Complete the equation. Kiara needs ten flowers to put in a vase. She has six flowers. How many more flowers does she need?