# Into Math Kindergarten Module 3 Answer Key Matching and Counting Numbers to 5

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## HMH Into Math Kindergarten Module 3 Answer Key Matching and Counting Numbers to 5

Can You Show Five?

Some friends are having lunch. How many friends are there? Write the number. Each friend is eating a slice of pizza. Draw a slice of pizza for each friend.

Explanation:
There are five friends in all.
A full pizza is shared among 5 children
5 = 5
so, Each child get one piece of pizza

Represent Numbers to 5

Question 1.

Explanation:
5 – 4 = 1
Drawn counters in the five frame
The red dots represent the number of books that Megan read
and the yellow dots represents  that he need to read

Question 2.

Explanation:
5 – 2 = 3
Drawn counters in the five frame
The red dots represent the number of  bookmarks Jan decorates
and the yellow dots represents  that he need to do

Write Numbers 0 to 5

Question 3.

Explanation:
This is a group of bag packs of number 5
Traced the number five

Question 4.

Explanation:
Drawn counters in the five frame
The red dots represent the number of  counters that I have choose
I have choose number 3 so, placed 3 red dots in the 5 frame.

1 Megan reads 4 books. Draw counters to show how many books Megan reads.
2 Jon decorates 2 bookmarks. Draw counters to show how many bookmarks Jan decorates. 3 Count the backpacks. Write the number. 4 Draw counters to show 3. Write the number.

Lesson 1 Identify a Greater Number of Objects Within 5

Listen to the story. Represent each group using a different number within 5. Which group has a greater number of objects? Joshua has some green toy planes and some blue toy planes on his shelves.

Explanation:
Number of planes in green color is 2
and the planes blue color is 3
so, blue colored planes are more
3 > 2

Build Understanding

Question 1.

Explanation:
Lily has 3 blue stickers. She also has 5 green stickers.
5 > 3
so, circled the number 5.

Question 2.

Explanation:
Marco has 2 dinosaur stickers.
He also has 4 butterfly stickers.
4 > 2.
so, circled the number 4.

Listen to the story. How can you represent the groups of objects? Circle the group that has the greater number of objects. Explain how you know that group has the greater number.
1 Lily has 3 blue stickers. She also has 5 green stickers.
2 Marco has 2 dinosaur stickers. He also has 4 butterfly stickers.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Jennie has 5 blue blocks on one shelf. She has 4 green blocks on the other shelf.
5 > 4
so, circled the blue blocks.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Amy has 3 blue blocks. She has 4 green blocks.
4 > 3
so, circled the green blocks.

Listen to the story. Place cubes to match the story. Identify the group that has the greater number of blocks. Circle that group. Explain your answer.
3 Jennie has 5 blue blocks on one shelf. She has 4 green blocks on the other shelf.
4 Amy has 3 blue blocks. She has 4 green blocks.

Question 5.

Explanation:
In the first group there are 2 green blocks and in the second group
there are 5 blue colored blocks
5 > 2
so, circled blue colored blocks.

Question 6.

Explanation:
In the first group there are 4 yellow counters
and in the second group there are 3 yellow counters.
4 > 3
so, circled the yellow group.

Identify the group that has the greater number of objects. Tell how you know. Circle that group.

5 Look at the group of green cubes and the group of blue cubes. Which group has a greater number of cubes?
6 Look at the group of yellow counters and the group of red counters. Which group has a greater number of counters?

I’m in a Learning Mindset!

I helped a classmate. I solved it on my own.

Explanation:
Yes, I have understood the concept.
I can solve the problems of greater than, lesser than and equal to concept  and matching the equal groups.

Directions: Did you help a classmate? Color the star. Did you solve it on your own? Color the check mark.

Lesson 2 Identify a Lesser Number of Objects Within 5

Listen to the story. Represent each group using o different number within 5. Which group has a number of paintings that is less? Tracy painted some pictures purple. She painted a different number of pictures orange.

Explanation:
Tracy painted some pictures purple.
She painted a different number of pictures orange.
number of purple pictures are 5
and number of orange pictures are 3
5  > 3
So, circled the purple group.

Build Understanding

Question 1.

Explanation:
Mary draws 4 green plants. She also draws 2 blue fish.
2  < 4
so, circled the blue fishes as is lesser than 4

Question 2.

Explanation:
Nico draws 3 green blacks. He also draws 1 blue block.
1  < 3
so, circled the blue blocks as it is lesser than the number 3.

Listen to the story. How can you represent the groups of objects? Circle the group with the number of objects that is less than the other group. Explain how you know.
1 Mary draws 4 green plants. She also draws 2 blue fish.
2 Nico draws 3 green blacks. He also draws 1 blue block.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Rani puts 4 pictures on o shelf, She puts 3 pictures on the table.
Drawn the counters blocks for the pictures on the shelf
4 > 3.
So, circled the group of 3 pictures as it is lesser than the group of 4.

Question 4.

Explanation:
John has 4 blue crayons. He has 5 green crayons.
4 <  5
So, circled the group of 4 crayons as it is lesser than the group of 5 crayons.

Listen to the story. Place cubes to match the story. Identify the group with the number of objects that is less than the other group. Circle that group. Explain your answer.
3 Rani puts 4 pictures on o shelf, She puts 3 pictures on the table.
4 John has 4 blue crayons. He has 5 green crayons.

Question 5.

Explanation:
In the first group there are 2 books
so, placed 2 counter blocks for 2 books
In the second group there are 3 books
so, placed 3 counter blocks for 3 books
as 2 is lesser than 3 circled the number 3.

Question 6.

Explanation:
In the first group there are 5 books
so, placed 5 counter blocks for 5 books
In the second group there are 4 books
so, placed 4 counter blocks for 4 books
as 4 is lesser than 5 circled the number 4.

5 – 6 Use cubes to represent the group of books on each table. Identify the group with the number of books that is less than the other group. Circle that group.

I helped a classmate. I solved it on my own.

Explanation:
Yes, I have understood the concept.
I can solve the problems of greater than, lesser than and equal to concept  and matching the equal groups.

Directions Did you help a classmate? Color the star. Did you solve it on your own? Color the check mark.

Lesson 3 Match Equal Groups of Objects Within 5

Listen to the story. How can you represent the story? What do you notice about the groups of objects? Jackson places some green plates on the table. Cathy places the same number at orange plates on the table.

Explanation:
Jackson places some green plates on the table.
Number of glasses and the number of plates are same.
Cathy places the same number at orange plates on the table.
Number of glasses and the number of plates are same.

Build Understanding

Question 1.

Explanation:
In the first group there are 4 blocks
so, placed 4 counter blocks for 4 blocks
In the second group there are 4 blocks
so, placed 4 counter blocks for 4 blocks
both are equal
4 = 4

1 How can you represent? each group of cubes in a five frame? Match the number of yellow cubes to the number of blue cubes. Then describe the number of cubes in the groups using greater than, less than, or equal to.

Question 2.

Explanation:
In the first group there are 5 balloons
so, placed 5 counter blocks for 5 balloons
In the second group there are 5 caps
so, placed 5 counter blocks for 5 caps
5 = 5
both are equal.

2 How can you use the five frames to compare the number of objects in each group? Use cubes to represent each group of objects. Draw the cubes in the five frames and draw lines to match the cubes. Identify the number of objects in each group and describe the groups using greater than, less than, or equal to.

Question 3.

Explanation:
In the first group there are 4 noisemakers
so, placed 4 counter blocks for 4 noisemakers
4 = 4
Placed both are equal.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Matched first group flags with the second group flags
3 = 3
Matched the flags by there color.

3 Count the noisemakers. Draw and match to show an equal number of objects.
Tell how you know the numbers are equal.
4 Count each group of flags. Use matching to show how you know the groups are equal.

I’m in a Learning Mindset!

I helped a classmate. I solved it on my own.
Explanation:

Explanation:
Yes, I have understood the concept.
I can solve the problems of greater than, lesser than and equal to concept  and matching the equal groups.

Directions: Did you help o classmate? Color the star. Did you solve it on your own? Color the check mark.

Lesson 4 Compare Groups Within 5 by Counting

Listen to the story. How con you represent and compare the plants on the stairs? Paul has some plants on the stairs. Ana has some plants on the stairs too.

Explanation:
To the left side of the door there are 5 staircases and 5 flower pots
in the right side of the door there are 5 stair cases and 3 flower pots
5 ≠ 3

Build Understanding

Question 1.

Explanation:
In the first group of animals there are 6 cats
and in second group of animals there are 2 cats
3 > 2
so, circled the number 3

Question 2.

Explanation:
Number of swans on the shore of pond is 4
and number of turtles in the pond are 2
2 < 4
so, circled the number 2.

1 Count the number of animals in each group. Write the numbers. Circle the number that is greater than the other number.
2 Count the number of animal in each group. Write the numbers. Circle the number that is less than the other number.

Step It Out

Question 3.

Explanation:
In the below basket there are 2 bones and 1 cap
2 > 1
so, bones are more than cap
circled the number 2.

Question 4.

Explanation:
There are 3 blue birds and 2 yellow birds
2 < 3
so, circled the number 2.

Question 5.

Explanation:
In first group there are 4 fishes and in the second group there are 4 snails
4 = 4
so, fishes are equal to snails.

3 Count the objects in each group. Write the numbers of objects. Circle the number that is greater than the other number.
4 Count the birds of each type. Write the numbers of birds. Circle the number
that is less than the other number.
5 Count the animals in each group. Write the numbers of animals. Are the numbers equal? Circle yes or no.

Question 6.

Explanation:
There are 5 rabbits and each rabbit has a carrot.
Number of rabbits = number of carrots.

Question 7.

Explanation:
3 is compared with 2
3 blue birds and 2 yellow birds.

6 Count the objects in each group. Write the numbers of objects. Compare the numbers. a classmate what you know about the numbers.
7 Choose two numbers within 5. Draw to represent the numbers, Write the numbers. Compare the numbers and tell what you know about the numbers.

I’m in a Learning Mindset!

I helped a classmate. I solved it on my own.
Explanation:

Yes, I have understood the concept.
I can solve the problems of greater than, lesser than and equal to concept  and matching the equal groups.

Directions: Did you help a classmate? Color the star. Did you solve it on your own? Color the check mark.

Lesson 5 Compare Groups Within 5 by Matching

Listen to the story. How can you represent Andy and Emil’s baskets? Tell what you know about the groups of baskets. Andy and Emil are picking oranges. Andy uses this many baskets to collect oranges. Emil uses a number of baskets less than the number of Andys baskets.

Explanation:
Andy uses this many baskets to collect oranges.
Emil uses a number of baskets less than the number of Andys baskets.
Number of baskets that Andy has are 5
and number of baskets that Emil has are 3
5 > 3
So, Andy has more.

Build Understanding

Question 1.

Explanation:
In the first five frame there are 3 blocks and
in the second five frame there are 4 blocks
Mr. Corn has 3 trucks filled with oranges.
Mrs. Bena has a number of trucks one greater than Mr. Corn.
one more than 3 is 4

Question 2.

Explanation:
Miss Nam has 3 trucks filled with oranges.
Mr. Sander has a number of trucks one less than Miss Nam.
one less than 3 is 2
so in the second five frame 2 blocks are placed.

Listen to the story. How can you represent the story using cubes to compare and match? Write the numbers.
1 Mr. Corn has 3 trucks filled with oranges. Mrs. Bena has a number of trucks one greater than Mr. Corn. Draw to represent Mrs. Bena’s trucks.
2 Miss Nam has 3 trucks filled with oranges. Mr. Sander has a number of trucks one less than Miss Nam. Draw to represent Mr. Sander’s trucks.

Step It Out

Question 3.

Explanation:
There are 3 red cubes
Three, three, three the birds on the tree.

Question 4.

Explanation:
One greater than three is 4
so, placed 4 red blocks

Question 5.

Explanation:
One less than 3 is 2
so, drawn 2 blocks in the frame.

3 Count the cubes. Write the number.
4 Draw a picture that shows a number of objects that is greater than the number of cubes at the top of the page. Write the number.
5 Draw a picture that shows a number of objects that is less than the number of cubes at the top of the page, Write the number.

Question 6.

Explanation:
Jill picked 2 baskets of strawberries.
so, placed 2 baskets
2 = 2

Question 7.

Explanation:
Jill picked 2 baskets of strawberries.
one more than 2 is 3
so, drawn 3 baskets.

Jill picked 2 baskets of strawberries.

6 Draw to show a group of baskets that is equal to the number of Jill’s baskets. Write the number of baskets.
7 Draw to show a group of baskets that is greater than the number of Jill’s baskets. Write the number of baskets you drew.

I m in a Learning Mindset!

I helped a classmate. I solved it on my own.
Explanation:

Yes, I have understood the concept.
I can solve the problems of greater than, lesser than and equal to concept  and matching the equal groups.

Directions: Did you help a classmate? Color the star. Did you solve it on your own? Color the check mark.

Lesson 6 Compare Numbers Within 5

Question 1.

Explanation:
On the sea shore there are 3 opened umbrellas and 2 closed umbrellas
3 > 2
as 3 is greater than 2 circled the number 2

Question 2.

Explanation:
The numbers given are 2 and 4
4 > 2
as 4 is greater than 2 circled the number 4.

Question 3.

Explanation:
The numbers given in the frame are 1 and 5
as 5 is greater than 1 circled the number 5
5 > 1

1 Count the number of open and closed umbrellas. Write the numbers.
Circle the greater number.
2 – 3 Look at the numbers. Think about the counting order. Which number is greater? Circle the greater number.

Step It Out

Question 4.

Explanation:
In the above frame the numbers given are 3 and 4
3 < 4
as 3 is less than 4 circled the number 3

Question 5.

Explanation:
In the above frame the numbers given are 2 and 3
2 < 3
as 2 is less than 3 circled the number 2

Question 6.

Explanation:
The two numbers within 5 I have choose are 3 and 5
as 5 is greater than 3 circled the number 5.
5 > 3

Question 7.

Explanation:
The two numbers within 5 I have choose are 2 and 4
as 2 is lesser than 4 circled the number 2.

4 – 5 Look at the numbers. Think about the counting order. Which number is less? Circle the number that is less.
6 Write two different numbers within 5. Think about the counting order. Circle the number that is greater.
7 Write two different numbers within 5. Think about the counting order. Circle the number that is less.

Question 12.

Explanation:
The numbers I have choose within 5 are 2 and 4
2 < 4
so, circled the number 4 it is greater than 2.

Question 13.

Explanation:
The numbers I have choose within 5 are 1 and 4
1 < 4
so, circled the number 1.

Question 14.

Explanation:
The numbers I have choose within 5 are 3 and 2
3 > 2
so, circled the number 2.

12 Choose two different numbers within 5. Write the numbers. Compare the numbers. Circle the number that is greater.
13 – 14 Choose two different numbers within 5. Write the numbers. Compare the numbers. Circle the number that is less.

Review

Concepts and Skills

Question 1.

Explanation:
There are 4 marbles traced the number as 4.
The number less than 4 is 3 , 2 , 1
I have choose number 2 and drawn counters.

Question 2.

Explanation:
In first group of blocks there are 3 orange blocks
and in second group of blocks there are 5 green blocks.
5 > 3
so, Circled the number 5 as it is greater than 3.

Question 3.

Explanation:
Number 5 is greater than the number 2
5 > 2
so, circled the number 5.

Question 4.

Explanation:
Number 2 is lesser than the number 3.
as 2 is lesser
so, circled the number 2.

1 Write the number of yellow marbles. Draw to show a group of marbles that is less than the number of yellow marbles. Write the number of marbles you drew. 2 Count the number of cubes in each group. Write the numbers. Circle the number that is greater than the other number. 3 Look at the numbers. Which number is greater? Circle the number. 4 Look at the numbers. Which number is less? Circle the number.

Question 5.

Explanation:
Number of red counters are 4
I have choose marbles as the objects to match the counters.

Question 6.

Explanation:
Number one is lesser than the number 2
so, colored the number one.

Question 7.

Explanation:
In the first group there are 2 blue stars and
in the second group there are 5 red stars
5 > 2
so, circled the red stars

Question 8.