## Engage NY Eureka Math 1st Grade Module 6 Lesson 27 Answer Key

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 6 Lesson 27 Problem Set Answer Key

Draw a tape diagram or double tape diagram and label.
Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story.
Question 1.
Nine letters came in the mail on Monday. Some more letters were delivered on Tuesday. Then, there were 13 letters. How many letters were delivered on Tuesday?

Explanation:
4 letters were delivered on tuesday.

Question 2.
Ben and Tamra found a total of 18 seeds in their watermelon slices. Ben found 7 seeds in his slice. How many seeds did Tamra find?

Explanation:
Tamra found 11 seeds.

Question 3.
Some children were playing on the playground. Eight children came to join, and now there are 14 children. How many children were on the playground in the beginning?

Explanation:
6 children were on the play ground in the beginning.

Question 4.
Willie walked for 7 minutes. Peter walked for 14 minutes. How much shorter in time was Willie’s walk?

Explanation:
Willies walk is shorter than peter by 7 minutes.

Question 5.
Emi saw 12 ants walking in a row. Fran saw 6 more ants than Emi. How many ants did Fran see?

Explanation:
Fran saw 18 ants.

Question 6.
Shanika has 13 cents in her front pocket. She has 8 fewer cents in her back pocket. How many cents does Shanika have in her back pocket?

Explanation:
Shanika have 5 cents in her back pocket.

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 6 Lesson 27 Exit Ticket Answer Key

Draw a tape diagram or double tape diagram and label.
Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story.

Emi tried on 8 fewer costumes than Nikil. Emi tried on 4 costumes. How many costumes did Nikil try on?

Explanation:
Nikil tried on 12 costumes.

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 6 Lesson 27 Homework Answer Key

Draw a tape diagram or double tape diagram and label.
Write a number sentence and a statement that matches the story.
Question 1.
Eight students lined up to go to art. Some more lined up to go to music. Then, there were 12 students in line. How many students lined up to go to music?

Explanation:
4 students lined up to go yo music.

Question 2.
Peter rode his bike 5 blocks. Rose rode her bike 13 blocks. How much shorter was Peter’s ride?

Explanation:
Peter’s ride was 8 blocks shorter than rose’s ride.

Question 3.
Lee and Anton collected 16 leaves on their walk. Nine of the leaves were Lee’s. How many leaves were Anton’s?

Explanation:
leaves were Anton’s  leaves.

Question 4.
The team counted 11 soccer balls inside the net. They counted 5 fewer soccer balls outside of the net. How many soccer balls were outside of the net?

Explanation:
6 Soccer balls were out side of the net.

Question 5.
Julio saw 14 cars drive by his house. Julio saw 6 more cars than Shanika. How many cars did Shanika see?

Explanation:
Shanika saw 8 cars drove by her house.

Question 6.
Some students were eating lunch. Four students joined them. Now, there are 17 students eating lunch. How many students were eating lunch in the beginning?

Explanation:
13 students were eating lunch at the beginning.

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 6 Lesson 27 Fluency Template Answer Key

2-D SHAPES
circle
triangle
rectangle
rhombus
square
trapezoid
hexagon
____ corners
____ square corners
____ sides
Are all sides the same length?
yes              no

3-D SHAPES
sphere
cone
cylinder
rectangular prism
cube
____ corners
____ faces
____ straight edges
Are all faces the same shape?
yes               no