# Into Math Kindergarten Module 20 Answer Key Weight

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## HMH Into Math Kindergarten Module 20 Answer Key Weight

Long, Tall, or Short?

Circle the shovel that is longer. Mark an X on the flower pot that is shorter.

Explanation:
Green colored shovel is longer than the red colored shovel
The first pot is shorter than the second pot.

Longer and Shorter

Question 1.

Explanation:
The Lattice is longer than the carrot
so, circled the lattice

Taller and Shorter

Question 2.

Explanation:
The duck is shorter than the kangaroo
so, circled the duck.

1. Compare the lengths of the vegetables. Circle the vegetable that is longer.
2. Compare the heights of the animals. Circle the animal that is shorter.

Lesson 1 Describe Attributes of Weight

Look at the map of the zoo. How can you describe the weight of the animals at the zoo? Describe the weight of each animal to a classmate. Circle the animals that are heavy. Mark an X on the animals that are light.

Explanation:
Elephant and lion are heavy
Monkey and rabbit are lighter

Build Understanding

Question 1.

Explanation:
The dolphin is heavier than the fish
Both are water animals
Fish is small and dolphin is big

Question 2.

Explanation:
Cycle is lighter than the car
so, crossed the cycle
Both are land transport vehicles

1. Look at the animals. How would you describe the weight of the animals? Circle the animal that is heavy.
2. Look at the objects. How would you describe the weight of each object? Mark an X on the object that is light.

Question 3.

Explanation:
The balloons are very light in weight
It is filled with air

Question 4.

Explanation:
The ostrich is heavier than the Humming bird
Humming bird is lighter
so, circled the ostrich and crossed the humming bird

3. Draw an object. Describe the weight of the object you drew to a classmate.
4. Look at the animals. Use the word light or heavy to describe the weight of each animal to a classmate. Circle the animal that is heavy. Mark an X on the animal that is light.

Question 5.

Explanation:
The toy doll is lighter than the toy house
so, circled the toy house and crossed the toy doll.

Question 6.

Explanation:
Stone is the heaviest object
The mass of the stone will be heavy

5. Look at the objects. Use the word light or heavy to describe the weight of each object. Circle the object that is heavy. Mark an X on the object that is light.
6. Draw an object. Describe the weight of the object you drew to a classmate.

I’m in a Learning Mindset!

Directions: Did you solve this the same way as your classmate? Color the star. Did your classmate solve it a different way? Color the checkmark.
We solved it alike.

Lesson 2 Compare and Describe Weights

Listen to the story. Angelo is making fruit salad. He chooses a heavy fruit and a light fruit. Which fruits could he choose?
apple and a watermelon
Explanation:
Watermelon and the apple
Watermelon is the heavier fruit and the apple is lighter one.

Build Understanding

Question 1.

Explanation:
The apple is lighter than than the strawberry
so, circled the apple
strawberry is lighter than the apple

Question 2.

Explanation:
The pencil is lighter than the glue
so, crossed the pencil
glue is heavier.

1. Circle the object that has more weight, or is heavier.
2. Mark an X on the object that has less weight, or is lighter.

Step It Out

Question 3.

Explanation:
The apple is lighter than the wagon
wagon is heavier and the apple is lighter.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Orange is lighter than the bat
so, circled the bat and crossed the ball
Bat is heavier than the ball.

3. Draw an object that is lighter than a wagon. Tell a classmate how you know the object is lighter.
4. Circle the object that has more weight, or is heavier. Mark an X on the object that has less weight, or is lighter.

Question 5.

Explanation:
Watermelon is heavier than the orange
So, circled the watermelon and crossed the orange
orange is lighter

Question 6.

Explanation:

The strawberry is heavier than a leaf
leaf is lighter.

5. Circle the fruit that has more weight, or is heavier. Mark an X on the fruit that has less weight, or is lighter.
6. Draw an object that is heavier than a leaf. Tell a classmate how you know the object is heavier.

I’m in a Learning Mindset!

Directions: Did you solve this the same way as your classmate? Color the star. Did your classmate solve it a different way? Color the check mark.
Explanation:
Class mate and I have solved in the same way.

Lesson 3 Describe More Than One Attribute of an Object

Question 1.

1. Use red to trace the line that shows the length of the objects. Use blue to trace the line that shows the height of the objects. Describe the weight of the objects to a classmate.

Explanation:
the stapler length is marked with red
Height of the table is marked with the blue and
Marked purple for the width of the table.

Step It Out

Question 2.

Explanation:
The feather is lighter and small in size
A bird feather

Question 3.

Explanation:
The pencil is lighter than the stapler and lengthy
The stapler is heavy in weight and short in size.

Question 4.

Explanation:
The flower pot is heavier and height
The glass is small in size and lighter.

2. Draw an object that is short and light.
3. Describe the length and weight of the objects to a classmate. Circle the object that is long and light.
4. Describe the height and weight of the objects to a classmate. Circle the object that is tall and heavy.

Question 5.

5. Look at the bookshelf. Use red to draw to show the height of the bookshelf. Use blue to draw to slow the length of the bookshelf. Describe the weight to a classmate.

Explanation:
Used colors to describe length and height of the book shelf
The weight will be heavier.

Question 6.

Explanation:
The bucket is short and heavy
so, circled the bucket.
the fan is long and light in weight.

Question 7.

Explanation:
The elephant is tall and heavy in weight.
Than all the animals.

6. Describe the height and weight of the objects to a classmate. Circle the object that is short and heavy.
7. Draw an object that is tall and heavy.

Module 20 Review

Vocabulary

Explanation:
The tiger is a wild animal and is heavier in weight
Cat is a domestic animal and lighter in weight.

Concepts and Skills

Question 1.

Explanation:
The book is heavier than a paper
The size of the book is long than the paper.

Question 2.

Explanation:
The spoon is lighter than the box of pasta
The box of pasta weight is more.

Vocabulary Circle the animal that is heavy. Mark an X on the animal that is light. 1. Circle the object that has more weight, or is heavier. 2. Mark an X on the object that has less weight, or is lighter.

Question 3.

Explanation:
The lady bug is small in size and light in weight
The dog is tall and heavy in weight.

Question 4.

Explanation:
the glass of milk is heavier than the carrot.
Carrot is lighter in weight.

Question 5.