## Engage NY Eureka Math 1st Grade Module 4 Lesson 1 Answer Key

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 4 Lesson 1 Problem Set Answer Key

Circle groups of 10. Write the number to show the total amount of objects.
Question 1.

There are _________ grapes.
There are 3 rows of grapes
That is 3 tens and 0 ones =30
each rows 10 grapes
By adding 10 for three times we get 30
10  + 10 + 10 = 30

Question 2.

There are _________ carrots.
There are 1 sets of 10 carrots
That is 1 tens and 0 ones=10
and in other set there are 14 carrots
that is 1 tens and 4 ones=14
by adding 10 with 14 we get 24
10+14=24

Question 3.

There are _________ apples.
There are 10 apples in one row= 1 tens and 0 ones
Another 10 apples in other row=1 tens and 0 ones
And 9 apples are there in the last row= 9 ones and 0 tens
By adding 10 ,10 and 9 we get 29
10 + 10 + 9 =29

Question 4.

There are _________ peanuts.
There are 10 peanuts in 3 rows which makes 30 = 3 tens and 0 ones
and 4 in the last row = 4 ones and 0 tens
By adding 30 (10+10+10=30)with 4 we get 34
10+10+10+4=34

Question 5.

There are _________ grapes.
There are 3 bunchs with 30 grapes=  3tens and 0 ones
And there is one grape aside= 1 ones and 0 tens
By adding 30 with 1we get 31
30+1=31

Question 6.

There are _________ carrots.
theer is 2 bunches of carrocts with 10 in each =20
And there are 6 separate carrots =6
By adding 20 eith 6 we get 26

Question 7.

There are _________ apples.
There are 3 boxex od apple each haveing 10 apples=30= 3 tens and 0 ones
And theer are 8 apples separate =8= 8 ones and 0 tens
By adding 30 with 8 we get 38
30+8=38

Question 8.

There are _________ peanuts.
There are 3 sets of 10 peaents in each cover = 3 tens 0 ones
And there are 3 penuts Separate =3 ones 0 tens
By adding 30 eith 3 we get 33
30+3=33

Make a number bond to show tens and ones.
Question 9.

Answer: There are 2 grape bunch with 10 grapes in each =2 tens and 0 ones
And there are 7 Grapes out of the bunch = 7 ones and 0 tens
By adding 20 with 7 we get 27
20+7=27

Question 10.

Answer:There are 3 carrot bunchs with 10 carrots in each = 3 tens and 0 ones
And there are 3 carrots out of the bunch = 3 ones and 0 tens
By adding 30 with 3 we get 33
30+3=33

Question 11.

Answer:There are 2 apples boxwith 10 apples in each =2 tens and 0 ones
And there are 9 apples out of the box= 9 ones and 0 tens
By adding 20 with 9 we get 29
20+9=29

Question 12.

Answer: There are 4 packets of 10 penuts in each
That is 1 tens and 0 ones in each
And on total there are 4 tens
that is 40
10+10+10+10=4

Make a number bond to show tens and ones. Circle tens to help.
Question 13.

Answer:There are 2 set of 10 cubes and 2 cubes
that is 2 tens and 2 ones
By adding 20 and 2 we get 22
20+2=22

Question 14.

Answer:There are 3 set of 10 cubes and 7 cubes
that is 3 tens and 7 ones
By adding 30 and 7  we get 37
30+7=37

Question 15.

Answer: There are 2 set of 10 cubes and 10 cubes
that is 2 tens and 10 ones
By adding 20 and 10  we get 30
20+10=30

Question 16.

Answer:There are  1 set of 10 cubes and 8 cubes
which is equal to 1 tens and 8 ones=18
And 2 set of 10 cubes and 1 cube
that is 2 tens and 1 ones=21
By adding 18 and  we get 21
18+21=21

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 4 Lesson 1 Exit Ticket Answer Key

Complete the number bonds.
Question 1.

that is 2 tens and 0 ones=20
And there are 8 Strawberry out of the basket
That is 8 ones and 0 tens =8
By adding 20 with 8 we get 28
20+8=28

Question 2.

Answer:There are 3 set of crayon boxex with 10 in each
that is 3 tens and 0 ones=30
And There are 2 crayons a side
which is 2 ones and 0 tens=2
By adding 30 with 2 we get 32
30+2=32

Question 3.

Answer: There are 4 sets of 10 straws
thar is 4 tens and 0 ones
which is equal to 40
10+10+10+10+=40

Question 4.

Answer: There are 2 set of 10 cubes and 6 cubes
which is equal to 2 tens and 6 ones=26
And there is a set of 10 cubes
which is equal to 1 tens and 0 ones=10
By adding 26 with 10 we get 36
10+26=36

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 4 Lesson 1 Homework Answer Key

Circle groups of 10. Write the number to show the total amount of objects.
Question 1.

There are _______ marbles.
There are 2 sets of 10 marbles that is 2 tens and 0 ones =20
And there are 6 marbles with 6 ones and 0 tens =6
By adding 20 with 6 we get 26
20+6=26

Question 2.

There are _______ balloons.
There are 3 sets of 10 balloons that is 3 tens and 0 ones
And there are 8 balloons wity 8 ones and 0 tens
By adding 30 with 8 we get 38
30+8=38

Question 3.

There are _______ straws.
There are 2 sets of ten straws
which is 2 tens and 0ones
And ther are 5 straws with 5 ones and 0 tens
By adding 20 with 5 we get 25
20+5=25

Question 4.

There are _______ cubes.
There are 3 cubes of tens that is 3 tens
And There are 9 indivisual cubes that is 9 ones
By adding 30 eith 9 we get 39

Make a number bond to show tens and ones. Circle tens to help. Write the number to show the total amount of objects.
Question 5.

There are _______ juice boxes.
Answer: There are 27 Juice boxes
There are 14 cans where there are 1 tens and 4 ones
And 13 other cans where there are 1 tens and 3 ones
By adding 14 with 13 we get 27
14+13=27

Question 6.

There are _______ crayons.
There are 10 crayons in the box
And 10 out side the box
By adding 10 with 10 we get 20
10+10=20

Make a number bond to show tens and ones. Circle tens to help. Write the number to show the total amount of objects.
Question 7.

There are _______ cubes.
Two set is of 10 cubes with 2 tens and 0 ones
Another set is of 4 cubes with 0 tens ansd 4 ones
By adding 20 with 4 we get 24
20+4=24

Question 8.

There are _______ cubes.
One set is of 21 cubes with 2 tens and 1 ones
Another set is of 15 cubes with 1 tens ansd 5 ones
By adding 21 with 15 we get 36
21+15=36

Question 9.

There are _______ cubes.
One set is of 10 cubes with 1tens and 0 ones
Another set is of 7 cubes with 0 tens ansd 7 ones
By adding 7 with 10 we get 17
10+7=17

Question 10.

There are _______ cubes.
One set is of 13 cubes with 1tens and 3 ones
Another set is of 10 cubes with 1 tens ansd 0 ones
By adding 13 with 10 we get 23
13+10=23

Make or complete a math drawing to show tens and ones. Complete the number bonds.
Question 11.