# Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 1 Lesson 13 Answer Key

## Engage NY Eureka Math 1st Grade Module 1 Lesson 13 Answer Key

### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 1 Lesson 13 Problem Set Answer Key

With a partner, create a story for each of the number sentences below. Draw a picture to show. Write the number bond to match the story.

Question 1.
6 + 2 =  The number bond Canbe be formed using 6 and 2
given :
addition of 2 numbers
By adding 6 with 2 we get 8
Form the number bond by breaking the number 8 into two parts. The value of the first part is 6 and the value of the second part is 2 Question 2.
5 + 5 =  The number bond Canbe be formed using 5 and 5
given :
addition of 2 numbers
By adding 5 with 5 we get 10
Form the number bond by breaking the number 10 into two parts. The value of the first part is 5 and the value of the second part is 5 Question 3.
5 + = 7 The number bond Canbe be formed using 7 and 5
Given :
Two numbers are 7 and 5
Subract 5 from 7 we get 2
Form the number bond by breaking the number 7 into two parts. The value of the first part is 5 and the value of the second part is 2 Question 4.
6 + = 10 The number bond Can be be formed using 6 and 10
Given :
Two numbers are 6 and 10
Subract 6 from 10 we get 4
Form the number bond by breaking the number 10 into two parts. The value of the first part is 6 and the value of the second part is 4 ### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 1 Lesson 13 Exit Ticket Answer Key

Tell a math story for each number sentence by drawing a picture.

Question 1.
5 + 1 = 6

We broke the number 10 into two parts. The value of the first part is 5 and the value of the second part is 1.
And the total sum is the addition of 5 with1 we get 6 Question 2.
3 + ? = 8

We broke the number 8 into two parts. The value of the first part is 3 and the value of the second part is 3.
And the total sum is the addition of 5 with 3 we get 8 ### Eureka Math Grade 1 Module 1 Lesson 13 Homework Answer Key

Use the number sentences to draw a picture, and fill in the number bond to tell a math story.

Question 1.
5 + 2 = 7 The stars are the total number of objects
We broke the number 7 into two parts. The value of the first part is 5 and the value of the second part is 2.
And the total sum is the addition of 5 with 2 we get 7 Question 2.
3 + 6 = 9 We broke the number 9 into two parts. The value of the first part is 3 and the value of the second part is 6.
And the total sum is the addition of 3 with 6 we get 9 Question 3.
7 + ? = 9  