## Engage NY Eureka Math 1st Grade Module 1 Lesson 29 Answer Key

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 1 Lesson 29 Problem Set Answer Key

Complete the story and solve. Label the number bond.
Color the missing part in the number sentence and number bond.

Question 1.
There are _____ apples.
_____ have worms. Yuck!
How many good apples are there?

There are _____ good apples.
3 have worms. Yuck!
There are 3 good apples.

Question 2.
_____ books are in the case.
_____ books are on the top shelf.
How many books are on the bottom shelf?

_____ books are on the bottom shelf.
Answer: 9 books are in the case.
5 books are on the top shelf.
4 books are on the bottom shelf.

Use number bonds and math drawings in a line to solve.

Question 3.
There are 8 animals at the pond.
Two are big. The rest are small.
How many are small?

_____ animals are small.

Question 4.
There are 7 students in the class.
3 students are girls.
How many students are boys?

_____ students are boys.

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 1 Lesson 29 Exit Ticket Answer Key

Read the story. Make a math drawing to solve.
There are 9 baseball players on the team. Seven are on the bench. How many are not on the bench?

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 1 Lesson 29 Homework Answer Key

Read the math stories. Make math drawings to solve.

Question 1.
Tom has a box of 7 crayons. Five crayons are red. How many crayons are not red?

___ – ___ = ___
___ crayons are not red.
2 crayons are not red.

Question 2.
Mary picks 8 flowers. Two are daisies. The rest are tulips. How many tulips does she pick?

___ – ___ = ___
Mary picks ___ tulips.
Mary picks 6 tulips.

Question 3.
There are 9 pieces of fruit in the bowl. Four are apples. The rest are oranges. How many pieces of fruit are oranges?

___ – ___ = ___
The bowl has ___ oranges.
The bowl has 5 oranges.

Question 4.
Mom and Ben make 10 cookies. Six are stars. The rest are round. How many cookies are round?

___ – ___ = ___

Question 5.
The parking lot has 7 spaces. Two cars are parked in the lot. How many more cars can park in the lot?

___ – ___ = ___
___ more cars can park in the lot.