# Making 11 - Lesson for Kindergarten, Chapter - Composing Numbers

In the "Making 11" lesson, geared towards Kindergarten students within the "Composing Numbers" chapter, a part of the "Additional Practice with Numbers up to 20" unit, students will engage in a series of fun and interactive activities designed to deepen their understanding of number composition. Through activities such as the "Piecing Together 11 Worksheet," "Planting Seeds for 11 Worksheet," and "Pyramid Math to Make 11 Worksheet," students will learn various ways to make the number 11 using smaller numbers. This lesson is crucial for young learners as it lays the foundation for arithmetic skills. Understanding how to compose and decompose numbers is a key concept in mathematics that enables students to grasp more complex operations like addition and subtraction more easily in the future. By exploring the number 11 through engaging and practical activities, students will improve their number sense, an essential skill for their mathematical development. This lesson not only enhances their ability to recognize and work with numbers but also fosters a positive attitude towards math through enjoyable and meaningful learning experiences.

Estimated classroom time: 9 min
Chapter: Composing Numbers
Unit: Additional Practice with Numbers up to 20
Click on any activity below to start learning.
1st
3:00 min
Piecing Together 11 Worksheet
worksheet
2nd
3:00 min
Planting Seeds for 11 Worksheet
worksheet
3rd
3:00 min
Pyramid Math to Make 11 Worksheet
worksheet
Share your lesson with students by clicking:
• ### Activity 1 / Piecing Together 11 Worksheet

Using puzzles and bright colors to teach your preschoolers is one of the surest and best ways they can learn. Combine learning with some fun with this colorful worksheet. Look at the picture here with your students, and ask them what they see. There are simple mathematical equations on the puzzle pieces, and one equation is missing on each. Help your kids solve the problems, and then circle the puzzle piece that will make the bottom puzzle piece numbers equal 11.