# Into Math Kindergarten Module 9 Answer Key Use the Count Sequence to Count to 100

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## HMH Into Math Kindergarten Module 9 Answer Key Use the Count Sequence to Count to 100

Find Groups of Five

Count the items on each table. Circle the groups that have five items.

Explanation:
There group of 5 white papers and building blocks
There are 6 pencils on one table
and 3 books on the other table.

Represent Numbers to 10

Question 1.

Nine

Explanation:
For number 9 used the birds as counters and counted them.

Order Numbers to 10

Question 2.
1, ______, 3,4, ______, 6, 7, 8, 9, _________
1, 2, 3,4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Explanation:
The missing numbers are 2, 5 and 10

Represent Numbers to 10

Question 3.

10

Explanation:
There are 10 dots in the above picture.
Here the counters used are dots for the number 10
used 10 dots.

1. Read the number. Draw counters to represent the number. 2. Write the unknown numbers. 3. Count the shapes. Write the number.

Lesson 1 Count to 100 by Ones

Listen to the story. How can you use the puzzle pieces to help Anthony count the steps? Anthony is at the beginning of the corn maze. He wants to know how many steps it takes to get to the center of the corn maze.
100

Explanation:
Anthony count the steps.
In the middle he forgets to count  some numbers
to reach the hundred.

Build Understanding

Question 1.

Point to the row colored yellow. Look at the numbers. Use blue to color another row in the chart. How are the numbers in the blue row the same as the numbers in the yellow row? How are they different?

Explanation:
In the yellow line there are  sequence of numbers from 1 to 10
for every number 50 is added
so, that is the blue line
1 + 50 = 51
2 + 50 = 52 so on

Question 2.

Point to the column colored yellow. Look at the numbers. Use green to color the numbers in the next column in the chart. How are the numbers in the green column the same as the numbers in the yellow column? How are they different?

Explanation:
In the yellow line there are  sequence of numbers skip by 10s
starting from 1 to 91
In the blue line started from 4 and then skip by 10s
4 to 94

Question 3.

Point to each number as you count. What is the last number you counted? Circle that number. Tell a classmate how the chart helps you when counting by ones to 100.

Explanation:
Started counting from 1 so the last number counted is 100.
so, circled the number 100.

I’m in a Learning Mindset!

Directions: Did you know you could learn the math in this lesson? Color the star. Would you like to feel better about your learning? Color the checkmark.

Lesson 2 Count to 100 by Tens

Listen to the story. Circle the games that Jane finds. Jane is walking around at the Fall Festival. Every ten steps there is a different game. How can the games you circled help you count to 100 by tens?

Explanation:
Jane is walking around at the Fall Festival. Every ten steps there is a different game.
skip by 10s are 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100
At this steps the game changes.

Build Understanding

Question 1.

Count by tens to 100. Circle the numbers as you say them. What do you notice about each number?

Explanation:
skip by 10s are 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100
so , circled them as I counted

Step It Out

Question 2.

Point to the yellow box. Count to 100 by tens. Color each number as you count.

Explanation:
skip by 10s are 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100
so , colored them as I counted

Question 3.

Place rows of numbers as you count by tens to 100. Tell a classmate about counting by tens to 100. How are the numbers you count alike? How are the numbers you count different?

Explanation:
Completed the incomplete rows
When I count with my friend the difference come for me is 20

I’m in a Learning Mindset!

Directions: Did you know you could learn the math in this lesson? Color the star. Would you like to feel better about your learning? Color the checkmark.

Lesson 3 Count Forward From a Given Numbers

Question 1.

There are five pumpkins in the crate. Beginning at 5, count forward. Mark an X on each pumpkin as you count. Tell a classmate how many total pumpkins there are.

Explanation:
There are five pumpkins in the crate. Beginning at 5,
so, there are 20 pumpkins.

Step It Out

Question 2.

Sixteen leaves have been raked into the wheel barrow. Beginning at 16, count forward. Mark an X on each leaf as you count. Tell a classmate how many total leaves there are.

Explanation:
Sixteen leaves have been raked into the wheel barrow. Beginning at 16,
so, there are 26 leaves.

Question 3.

There are 18 eggs in the carton. Beginning at 18. Count forward. Mark on X on each egg as you count. Tell a classmate how many total eggs there are.

Explanation:
There are 18 eggs in the carton. Beginning at 18.
so, there are 30 eggs in all.

Question 4.

There are 22 bananas in a crate. Beginning at 22, count forward. Mark an X on each banana as you count. Tell a classmate how many total bananas there are.

Explanation:
There are 22 bananas in a crate. Beginning at 22,
so, there are 37 bananas in all

Module 9 Review

Concepts and Skills

Question 1.

Explanation:
started from number 1
and circled the number 17

Question 2.

Explanation:
Started with number 10
at last I have counted number 30

Question 3.

Explanation:
Started counting from number 24
so, there are 29 marbles in all.

1. Begin at 1 and count. Circle the number 17. 2. Count by tens as you point to the numbers in the shaded boxes. Start with the number 10. Circle the number you end with. 3. There are 24 marbles in the bag. Beginning with 24, count forward. Mark an X on each marble as you count. Tell a classmate how many marbles there are in all.

Question 4.

(A) 20
(B) 30
(C) 40
C
Explanation:
Started counting by ten
so, last number that I counted is 40.

Question 5.
23 24 25 26 27 ________
(A) 28
(B) 29
(C) 30
A
Explanation:
The number after 27 is 28

Question 6.

(A) 20
(B) 22
(C) 23