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1. Learning Objective We will solve1 addition word problems. What are we going to learn? What does solve mean? Solve means ______________. CFU Activate Prior Knowledge The equal sign (=) means the same. = Add. Write and the answer. = 3 + 2 5 Students, you already know how to add and use the equal sign. Now, we will solve addition word problems. Make Connection 4 + 5 1 find the answer Vocabulary

2. Concept Development 1 • Addition means to put together. • An equation uses an equal sign to say two amounts are the same. • An equation can represent2 an addition word problem. • In a word problem, some and few are clue words that show unknown amounts. CFU 1 Which equation represents the following: There are five balls on the floor. Four more balls were put there. Some balls are now on the floor. In your own words, what is an equation? An equation is ________. Addition Word Problem Go to Skill Dev 1 Three birds were on the branch. Two more birds flew there. Some birds are now on the branch. How many birds are on the branch now? 5 + 4 =? 1 + 8 =? Equation = A B 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 ? _____ birds are on the branch now. 2 show Vocabulary

3. Concept Development 2 • Addition means to put together. • An equation uses an equal sign to say two amounts are the same. • An equation can represent an addition word problem. • In a word problem, some and few are clue words that show unknown amounts. Which equation represents the following: There are five balls on the floor. Somemore balls were put there. Then there were nine balls on the floor. CFU 2 Addition Word Problem Go to Skill Dev 2 Three birds were on the branch. Some more birds flew there. Then there were five birds on the branch. How many birds flew to the first three? 5 +?= 9 ? 5 +?= 7 Equation ? = A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 ? B _____ birds flew to the first three.

4. Skill Development/Guided Practice 1 An equation uses an equal sign to say two amounts are the same. Solve addition word problems. How did I/you write an equation to represent the problem? How did I/you solve for the missing number? CFU Read the problem. Write an equation to represent the problem. Hint: Use the strategy3 Solve for the missing number. (Write) Hint: Add by counting on. 1 2 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 ? 1) Three birds are on the tree. Four more birds flew there. Some birds are now on the tree. How many birds are on the tree now? 2) Two dogs were on the bed. Four more dogs jumped there. Some dogs are now on the bed. How many dogs are on the bed now? Equation Equation ? + Strategy (Draw) Strategy (Draw) 4 5 6 7 3 4 5 6 3 2 3 a plan on how to do something Vocabulary _____ birds are on the tree. _____ dogs are on the bed.

5. Skill Development/Guided Practice 1 (continued) An equation uses an equal sign to say two amounts are the same. Solve addition word problems. How did I/you write an equation to represent the problem? How did I/you solve for the missing number? CFU Read the problem. Write an equation to represent the problem. Hint: Use the strategy. Solve for the missing number. (Write) Hint: Add by counting on. 1 2 2 3 3 3) Six red cups and two blue cups are on a table. How many cups are on the table? 4) Five apple juice boxes and four orange juice boxes are on the table. How many juice boxes are on the table? Go to Concept Dev 2 Equation Equation Strategy (Draw) Strategy (Draw) 7 8 6 7 8 9 6 5 _____ cups are on the table. _____ juice boxes are on the table.

6. Skill Development/Guided Practice 2 An equation uses an equal sign to say two amounts are the same. Solve addition word problems. How did I/you write an equation to represent the problem? How did I/you solve for the missing number? CFU Read the problem. Write an equation to represent the problem. Hint: Use the strategy. Solve for the missing number. (Write) Hint: Add by counting on. 1 2 2 3 3 1) Five birds sat in a tree. Some more birds flew there. Then there were eight birds. How many birds flew to the first five? 2) Sixcats lay on the sofa. Some more cats jumped there. Then there were ten cats. How many cats jumped to the sofa? Equation Equation Strategy (Draw) Strategy (Draw) 8 8 9 7 7 6 ? ? 10 5 3 4 6 _____ more birds flew to the first five. _____ more cats jumped to the sofa.

7. Skill Development/Guided Practice 2 (continued) An equation uses an equal sign to say two amounts are the same. Solve addition word problems. How did I/you write an equation to represent the problem? How did I/you solve for the missing number? CFU Read the problem. Write an equation to represent the problem. Hint: Use the strategy. Solve for the missing number. (Write) Hint: Add by counting on. 1 2 2 3 3 3) Some kids were at the party. Six more kids joined them. Then there were 11 kids. How many kids were at the party before? 4) Some kids were on a bed. Ninekids jumped there. Then there were 13 kids altogether. How many kids were on the bed before? Equation Equation Strategy (Draw) Strategy (Draw) 8 11 9 12 7 10 ? ? 11 10 13 6 9 5 4 _____ kids were at the party before. _____ kids were on the bed before.

8. Skill Development/Guided Practice 2 (continued) How did I/you know what to find? How did I/you figure out what I/you know about the idea? How did I/you identify what amounts I/you know? How did I/you solve the problem? How did I/you check if I/you answered all the parts of the question? CFU 1 2 3 4 There were seven apples in a basket. Helen put six more apples into the basket. How many apples are in the basket altogether? 5 5) In your own words, describe how to solve the problem above. Student answers will vary. 6) Janice thinks that the answer to the problem above is 14 apples. Do you agree with her? Why or why not? No, I do not agree with Janice. Seven plus six is thirteen. She must not have added right.

9. Relevance An equation uses an equal sign to say two amounts are the same. Solving addition word problems will help you with money. 1 I have \$5. The toy truck is \$7. I need \$2 more to buy the toy truck. Does anyone else have another reason why solving addition word problems is relevant? (Pair-Share) Why is it relevant to solve addition word problems? You may give me my reason or one of your own. Which reason is more relevant to you? Why? CFU 5 +2= 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 + =

10. An equation uses an equal sign to say two amounts are the same. Skill Closure Solve addition word problems. Read the problem. Write an equation to represent the problem. Hint: Use the strategy. Solve for the missing number. (Write) Hint: Add by counting on. 1 2 3 1) Four cats are on the tree. Two more cats jumped there. How many cats are on the tree now? 2) Six cups were on the table. Some more cups were put on the table. Then there were 11 cups altogether. How many cups were put beside the first six? Word Bank Equation Equation strategy equation represent Strategy (Draw) Strategy (Draw) 8 9 7 11 10 ? 5 6 4 5 6 ___ cups were put beside the first six. ___ cats are on the tree. Access Common Core Write an equation for the drawing below. 5 + 3 = 8 Summary Closure What did you learn today about solving addition word problems? (Pair-Share) Use words from the word bank.

11. Independent Practice An equation uses an equal sign to say two amounts are the same. Solve addition word problems. Read the problem. Write an equation to represent the problem. Hint: Use the strategy. Solve for the missing number. (Write) Hint: Add by counting on. 1 2 3 1) Eight birds are on a tree. Seven morebirds flew there. How many birds are on the tree now? 2) Five red cups and nine blue cups are on a table. How many cups are on the table? Equation Equation Strategy (Draw) Strategy (Draw) 9 10 11 12 6 7 8 9 10 13 14 15 8 5 11 12 13 14 _____ birds are on the tree. _____ cups are on the table.

12. Independent Practice (continued) An equation uses an equal sign to say two amounts are the same. Solve addition word problems. Read the problem. Write an equation to represent the problem. Hint: Use the strategy. Solve for the missing number. (Write) Hint: Add by counting on. 1 2 3 3) Ten bugs were in a cup. Some more bugs jumped in. Then there were 16 bugs. How many bugs jumped in with the first ten? 4) Some ducks were in the pond. five more ducks came there. Then there were 12 ducks. How many ducks were in the pond before? Equation Equation Strategy (Draw) Strategy (Draw) ? ? 10 5 _____ more bugs jumped in with the first ten. _____ ducks were in the pond before.

13. Periodic Review 1 Solve addition word problems. 1) Two green balls and nine blue balls are on the grass. How many balls are on the grass? 2) Seven cats lay on a sofa. Some more cats came there. Then there were ten cats. How many cats came to the first seven? Equation Equation _____ balls are on the grass. _____ more cats came to the first seven. Access Common Core Six pots were on the table. Two more pots were put there. How many pots are on the table now? Which choice will help solve the word problem? O Yes O No O Yes O No O Yes O No O Yes O No

14. Periodic Review 2 Solve addition word problems. 1) Seven dogs were on a bed. Six more dogs jumped there. How many dogs are on the bed now? 2) Some pigs were in the barn. Six more pigs came there. Then there were 11 pigs. How many pigs were in the barn before? Equation Equation _____ dogs are on the bed. _____ pigs were in the barn. Access Common Core Match the equations with the correct drawing. 8 + 4 =?

15. Periodic Review 3 Solve addition word problems. 1) 11 birds sat on a tree. Some more birds flew there. Then there were 14 birds. How many birds flew to the first 11? 2) Some kids were on a bed. Five more kids jumped there. Then there were 13 kids. How many kids were on the bed before? Equation Equation _____ more birds flew to the first 11. _____ kids were on the bed. Access Common Core Jan has six balls. How many can she put in her blue bin, and how many can she put in her green bin? Use equations, objects, or drawings to solve. 3 + 3 = 6 * Have students find as many ways as possible. Teacher models one first.

16. Periodic Review 4 Solve addition word problems. 1) Nine boys were at the playground. Five girls came there. How many kids are at the playground altogether? 2) Some apples were in the box. Four more apples were put there. Then there were 12 apples. How many apples were in the box before? Equation Equation 4+ 6 =? _____ kids are at the playground altogether. _____ apples were in the box before. Access Common Core Create a word problem from the equation. 5 + ?= 11 Student answers will vary. ? + 8 = 15

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