Look at part A. What addition sentence could you write for this problem?
Describe the image in part B.
Answers vary; prompt students to see that 2 ladybugs have left the leaf.
What number sentence could you write to show how many ladybugs are on the leaf in part B? Note: Remind students that 5 ladybugs were on the leaf. Then 2 ladybugs left the leaf.
Look at part D. How many ways can you make 3?
Answers vary; encourage students to break the number 3 apart into as many different number combinations as they can.
How many ways can you make 6?
Answers vary; encourage students to break the number 6 apart into as many different number combinations as they can.
In part D, describe how you count on to find the sum.
Possible response: Start with the largest addend and count on 3 more.
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