# Writing Number Sentences for Addition Story Problems - Lesson for Kindergarten, Chapter - Addition and Subtraction Story Problems

In the lesson "Writing Number Sentences for Addition Story Problems," Kindergarten students will embark on an exciting mathematical journey where they will learn how to translate addition story problems into number sentences. This lesson falls under the "Addition and Subtraction Story Problems" chapter, specifically within the "Additional Practice with Numbers up to 20" unit, providing young learners with ample opportunity to hone their addition skills through engaging contexts.

The lesson includes interactive activities such as the "Addition at the Zoo Worksheet," "Pirate Ship Addition Worksheet," and "Solve Addition Story Problems with Supports," where students will explore addition in fun and familiar settings. These activities are designed to enhance students' understanding of addition by visualizing it in real-life scenarios, thereby making abstract concepts more tangible.

Learning to write number sentences for addition story problems is crucial for Kindergarten students as it lays the foundation for mathematical literacy. This skill not only reinforces their understanding of addition as combining two or more groups but also introduces them to the language of mathematics.

Estimated classroom time: 10 min
Chapter: Addition and Subtraction Story Problems
Unit: Additional Practice with Numbers up to 20
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3:00 min
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2nd
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3rd
4:00 min
Solve Addition Story Problems with Supports
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• ### Activity 1 / Addition at the Zoo Worksheet

There are many fun things to do at the zoo, but of course, the major thing you and your kids will go to the zoo to do is to see all the different animals. First, ask your kids if they can name their favorite animals at the zoo, and then ask them to identify the animals in this worksheet. Then, help them read the word problems in the picture. Ask your kids to solve them, and then check the equation that matches the picture.