Common Core: Kindergarten Math : Represent Addition and Subtraction in Various Forms: CCSS.Math.Content.K.OA.A.1

Example Questions

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Example Question #1 : Operations & Algebraic Thinking

Explanation:

When we add we count up. We have  triangle in the first box, and then  triangle in the second box. In total we have  triangles. If you start at  on a number line and count up , you have .

Example Question #1 : Operations & Algebraic Thinking

Explanation:

When we add we count up. We have  triangle in the first box, and then  triangles in the second box. In total we have  triangles. If you start at  on a number line and count up , you have .

Example Question #3 : Operations & Algebraic Thinking

Explanation:

When we add we count up. We have  triangle in the first box, and then  triangles in the second box. In total we have  triangles. If you start at  on a number line and count up , you have .

Example Question #4 : Operations & Algebraic Thinking

Explanation:

When we add we count up. We have  triangle in the first box, and then  triangles in the second box. In total we have  triangles. If you start at  on a number line and count up , you have .

Example Question #5 : Operations & Algebraic Thinking

Explanation:

When we add we count up. We have  triangle in the first box, and then  triangles in the second box. In total we have  triangles. If you start at  on a number line and count up , you have .

Example Question #6 : Operations & Algebraic Thinking

Explanation:

When we add we count up. We have  triangle in the first box, and then  triangles in the second box. In total we have  triangles. If you start at  on a number line and count up , you have .

Example Question #7 : Operations & Algebraic Thinking

Explanation:

When we add we count up. We have  triangle in the first box, and then  triangles in the second box. In total we have  triangles. If you start at  on a number line and count up , you have .

Example Question #1 : Operations & Algebraic Thinking

Explanation:

When we add we count up. We have  triangle in the first box, and then  triangles in the second box. In total we have  triangles. If you start at  on a number line and count up , you have .

Example Question #9 : Operations & Algebraic Thinking

Explanation:

When we add we count up. We have  triangle in the first box, and then  triangles in the second box. In total we have  triangles. If you start at  on a number line and count up , you have .