Common Core: Kindergarten Math : Classify and Count Objects into Given Categories: CCSS.Math.Content.K.MD.B.3

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Example Question #1 : Classify And Count Objects Into Given Categories: Ccss.Math.Content.K.Md.B.3

What is there more of, suns or moons?

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Possible Answers:

There are the same number of moons and suns.

Moons

Suns

Correct answer:

Moons

Explanation:

There are more moons than suns when you count the objects. 

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Example Question #2 : Classify And Count Objects Into Given Categories: Ccss.Math.Content.K.Md.B.3

What is there more of, suns or moons? 

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Possible Answers:

There are the same number of moons and suns.

Suns

Moons

Correct answer:

Moons

Explanation:

There are more moons than suns when you count the objects. 

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Example Question #3 : Classify And Count Objects Into Given Categories: Ccss.Math.Content.K.Md.B.3

Which are there more of, suns or moons?

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Possible Answers:

Suns

Moons

There are the same number of moons and suns. 

Correct answer:

Moons

Explanation:

There are more moons than suns when you count the objects up. 

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Example Question #4 : Classify And Count Objects Into Given Categories: Ccss.Math.Content.K.Md.B.3

What are there more of, suns or moons?

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Possible Answers:

There are the same number of suns and moons. 

Moons

Suns

Correct answer:

Suns

Explanation:

There are more suns than moons when you count the objects. 

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Example Question #5 : Classify And Count Objects Into Given Categories: Ccss.Math.Content.K.Md.B.3

Which are there fewer of, suns or moons? 

Screen shot 2015 11 24 at 8.58.01 am

Possible Answers:

Moons

There are the same number of suns and moons

Suns

Correct answer:

Suns

Explanation:

There are fewer suns than moons when you count the objects. 

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Example Question #6 : Classify And Count Objects Into Given Categories: Ccss.Math.Content.K.Md.B.3

Which are there fewer of, suns or moons? 

Screen shot 2015 11 24 at 9.02.29 am

Possible Answers:

Moons

Suns

There are the same number of suns and moons. 

Correct answer:

Suns

Explanation:

There are fewer suns than moons when you count the objects. 

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Example Question #7 : Classify And Count Objects Into Given Categories: Ccss.Math.Content.K.Md.B.3

Which are there fewer of, suns or moons? 

Screen shot 2015 11 24 at 9.05.37 am

Possible Answers:

There are the same number of suns and moons. 

Suns

Moons

Correct answer:

Suns

Explanation:

There are fewer suns than moons when you count the objects. 

Screen shot 2015 11 24 at 9.06.25 am

Example Question #8 : Classify And Count Objects Into Given Categories: Ccss.Math.Content.K.Md.B.3

Which are there fewer of, suns or moons?

Screen shot 2015 11 24 at 9.10.49 am

Possible Answers:

There are the same number of moons and suns. 

Moons

Suns

Correct answer:

Moons

Explanation:

There are fewer moons than suns when you count the objects. 

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Example Question #9 : Classify And Count Objects Into Given Categories: Ccss.Math.Content.K.Md.B.3

Which are there fewer of, suns or moons?

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Possible Answers:

Moons

There are the same number of moons and suns. 

Suns

Correct answer:

Moons

Explanation:

There are fewer moons than suns when you count the objects. 

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Example Question #10 : Classify And Count Objects Into Given Categories: Ccss.Math.Content.K.Md.B.3

Which are there fewer of, suns or moons? 

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Possible Answers:

Suns

Moons

There are the same number of moons and suns. 

Correct answer:

There are the same number of moons and suns. 

Explanation:

There are the same number of moons and suns when you count the objects. 

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