Lesson Worksheet: Ways to Make 4, 5, and 6 Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice using counters to find different ways to make numbers whose sum is 4, 5, and 6.

Q1:

Layan has shown one way to make 4. Write the addition expression that matches the model.

  • A2+3
  • B1+2
  • C1+3
  • D1+1

Q2:

There are 4 cats.

Fill in the missing numbers to find another way to get 4.

  • A1+3
  • B1+4
  • C1+2
  • D2+2
  • E3+2

Q3:

This picture shows 1+4=5.

Which picture shows 3 + 2 = 5?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E

Q4:

Which picture shows that 1+4 makes 5?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D

Q5:

Abeer has shown one way to make 4. Write the matching addition expression.

  • A1+4
  • B1+2
  • C2+3
  • D2+2

Q6:

Find two consecutive numbers that sum to 5.

  • A3,2
  • B5,1
  • C3,1
  • D3,5

Q7:

Find the missing number.

Q8:

Write the addition sentence to make the number 4, using the following model.

  • A2+1
  • B2+2
  • C1+4
  • D1+3

Q9:

There are 4 children in a team.

2 of the children are boys.

How many are girls?

Q10:

There are 5 cats.

Fill in the missing numbers to find another way to get 5.

  • A2+3
  • B1+5
  • C1+4
  • D2+4

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