We included **HMH Into Math Kindergarten Answer Key PDF** **Module 7 Represent Numbers 6 to 10 with Objects **to make students experts in learning maths.

## HMH Into Math Kindergarten Module 7 Answer Key Represent Numbers 6 to 10 with Objects

**Count Sequence and Numbers to 10**

**Learning Mindset**

**Challenge Me Accepts Challenges**

**Represent Numbers 6 to 10 with Objects
**Explanation:

**Explanation:**

**Each number is represented with same number of objects**

in that I have choose the stars

**How to Make 5**

There are four fish in the aquarium. How many more fish are needed to make five? Draw the fish. Write the total number of fish.

Answer:

Explanation:

if we need 5 fishes. and There are only four fish in the aquarium.

then we have to add one more to get 5

**Are You Ready?**

**Represent Numbers to 5**

Question 1.

Answer:

Explanation:

Here I have choose red circles as counters

as there are 5 kittens

so, I have placed the five circles as counters in 5 frame.

**Ways to Make 4 and 5**

Question 2.

Answer:

Explanation:

Here I have choose red circles and yellow circles as counters

4 reds which are there and one yellow that is to added.

4 and 1 makes 5

**Order Numbers to 5**

Question 3.

Answer:

Explanation:

the flowers in each vase are counted and written them in ascending order.

counting order is nothing but the ascending order.

**1** Count the kittens. Use counters in the five frame to show the number. Then write the number.

**2** Look at the counters. Write the numbers to show a way to make five.

**3** Count the flowers in each vase. Write the number. Then write those numbers in counting order.

**Lesson 1 Represent 6 and 7**

Listen to the story. How can you represent the number of apples? Say the numbers. Abby picks fruit with her family. She picks six red apples and puts them in a basket. She picks one more green apple than red apples. She puts the green apples in a different basket.

Answer:

Explanation:

She picks six red apples and puts them in a basket.

As counters I have choose same red apples as counters

and placed them on the basket.

She puts the green apples in a different basket.

As counters I have choose green apples as counters

and placed them on the other basket.

**Build Understanding**

Question 1.

Answer:

Explanation:

John has six chickens.

To show the Chickens I have choose

chickens as counters

and placed them as 6 counters in 10 frame.

Question 2.

Answer:

Explanation:

Amy has seven horses.

To show the horses I have choose

horses as counters

and placed them as 7 counters in 10 frame.

How can you use an object to represent each animal? Say the number. Trace the number.

**1** John has six chickens.

**2** Amy has seven horses.

Question 3.

Answer:

Explanation:

Maya finds seven buckets in the barn.

I have choose buckets as counters

and placed them in the barn.

As they are 7 so, I have circled the number 7

Question 4.

Answer:

Explanation:

Andrew put away six brooms in the barn.

I have choose brooms as counters

and placed them in the barn.

As they are 6 so, I have circled the number 6

**3** Maya finds seven buckets in the barn. How can you use an object to represent each bucket? Circle the number that represents the group of buckets.

**4** Andrew put away six brooms in the barn. How can you use an object to represent each broom? Circle the number that represents the group of brooms.

**On Your Own**

Question 5.

Answer:

Explanation:

In the above frame there are 3 groups in that 2 groups are of 7

and the other group is of 6

Question 6.

Answer:

Explanation:

As the number is given identified the number as six and used apples as the counter objects

Question 7.

Answer:

Explanation:

As the number is given identified the number as seven and used fishes as the counter objects

**5** Count the tractors in each group. Circle the groups that have seven tractors.

**6 – 7** Trace the number. Draw to represent the number. Say the number.

**I’m in a Learning Mindset!**

I am curious. I tried new challenges.

Answer:

Explanation:

As I am good in identifying and tracing and counting the numbers up to ten.

so, I am curious in counting.

**Directions:** Did this lesson make you curious? Color the star. Did you take on new challenges when the math got harder? Color the check mark.

**Lesson 2 Represent 8 and 9**

Listen to the story. How can you represent the number of instruments in the story? Say the numbers. Michael cleans up after music class. He puts eight bells away in a container. Then he puts nine triangles away in another container.

Answer:

Explanation:

He puts eight bells away in a container.

As the counters I have used the blocks and placed them in the container.

**Build Understanding**

Question 1.

Answer:

Explanation:

Khalid hands out eight xylophones to the class.

Here I have to represent the number 8 I have used the counters as xylophones

And placed them in the 10 frame

Question 2.

Answer:

Explanation:

Jordan hands out nine harmonicas to the class.

Here I have to represent the number 9 I have used the counters as harmonicas

And placed them in the 10 frame

How can you use an object to represent each instrument? Say the number. Trace the number.

**1** Khalid hands out eight xylophones to the class.

**2** Jordan hands out nine harmonicas to the class.

Question 3.

Answer:

Explanation:

There are eight drums. I have used drums as object to represent each drum

As there 8 drums circled the number 8

Question 4.

Answer:

Explanation:

There are nine drumsticks. . I have used drumsticks as object to represent each drumstick

As there 9 drumsticks circled the number 9

**3** There are eight drums. How can you use an object to represent each drum? Circle the number that represents the group of drums.

**4** There are nine drumsticks. How can you use an object to represent each drumstick? Circle the number that represents the group of drumsticks.

**On Your Own**

Question 5.

Answer:

Explanation:

In the above picture there are 3 different groups

2 groups are of 8 tubas so, circled that groups

and one group is of 9 tubas .

Question 6.

Answer:

Explanation:

Identified the given number as 8 and used the chicks as counters

and traced the number 8

Question 7.

Answer:

Explanation:

Identified the given number as 9 and used the flowers as counters

and traced the number 9

**5** Count the tubas in each group. Circle the groups that have eight tubas.

**6 – 7** Trace the number. Draw to represent the number. Say the number.

**I’m in a Learning Mindset!**

I am curious. I tried new challenges

Explanation:

Explanation:

Yes, I am curious in drawing the counters for the given numbers

and choose of different objects as counters

**Directions:** Did this lesson make you curious? Color the star. Did you take on new challenges when the math got harder? Color the check mark.

**Lesson 3 Represent 10**

Listen to the story. How can you represent the tickets in the story? Say the number. Zoe is at the carnival with her family. She needs ten tickets to ride the carousel.

Answer:

Explanation:

Zoe is at the carnival with her family. She needs ten tickets to ride the carousel.

As tickets I have used the blue circles as counters.

As they need ten tickets So I have used 10 blue circles as counters

**Build Understanding**

Question 1.

Answer:

Explanation:

Ray has ten basketballs to throw into the basket.

So, In the place of counters I have choose the basket balls

as there are ten i have taken 10 basket balls in the ten frame.

**1** Listen to the story. How can you use an object to represent each basketball? Say the number. Trace the number. Ray has ten basketballs to throw into the basket.

Question 2.

Answer:

Explanation:

There are ten cars on a train.

I have used 10 compartments as ten train cars

used an compartment to represent each train car

As there are 10 circled the number 10.

Question 3.

Answer:

Explanation:

There are ten children in line for the merry-go-round.

I Have used an object of child doll to represent each child

as there are 10 so circled the number 10.

**2** There are ten cars on a train. How can you use an object to represent each train car? Circle the number that represents the group of train cars.

**3** There are ten children in line for the merry-go-round. How can you use an object to represent each child? Circle the number that represents the group of children.

**On Your Own**

Question 4.

Answer:

Explanation:

In The above picture there are 3 groups 2 groups are of 10 tickets each and the other one is having 9 tickets

So, circled the 2 group which have 10 tickets.

Question 5.

Answer:

Explanation:

In The above picture there are 3 groups 2 groups are of 10 popcorns each and the other one is having 6 pop corns.

So, circled the 2 group which have 10 pop corns.

Question 6.

Answer:

Explanation:

Identified the given number as 10 and used the 10 red circles as the counter objects.

Traced the number 10.

**4** Count the tickets in each group. Circle the groups that have ten tickets.

**5** Count the boxes of popcorn in each group. Circle the group that has ten boxes.

**6** Trace the number. Draw to represent the number. Say the number.

**I’m in a Learning Mindset!**

I am curious. I tried new challenges.

Answer:

Explanation:

Yes, I am curious in drawing the counters for the given numbers

and choose of different objects as counters

**Directions:** Did this lesson make you curious? Color the star. Did you take on new challenges when the math got harder? Color the check mark.

**Review**

**Concepts and Skills**

Question 1.

A. 7

B. 8

C. 9

Answer: A

Explanation:

Counted the given sports balls as 7

and marked the number 7

Question 2.

A. 8

B. 9

C. 10

Answer: C

Explanation:

Here There are color circles counted them as 10

And marked the number 10.

Question 3.

Answer:

Explanation:

Identified the given number as 8

And choose basket balls as the counter objects.

**1 – 2** Count the sports balls. Mark under the number that shows how many sports boils there are.

**3** Read the number. Draw basketballs to represent the number.

Question 4.

Answer:

Explanation:

In first group there are 6 rockets

in second group there are 8 rockets

in third group there are 10 rackets

as the 6 is given so i have circled the number 6

Question 5.

A. 8

B. 9

C. 10

Answer: B

Explanation:

Counted the given helmets and there are 9 helmets

marked the number 9

Question 6.

Answer:

Explanation:

Used oranges as the counters for the given number 10.

10 oranges for the number 10.

**4** Count the number of tennis rackets in each group. Circle the group that shows six.

**5** Count the number of helmets. Mark under the number that shows how many helmets there are. **6** Read the number. Draw oranges to represent the number.