All the solutions provided inÂ **McGraw Hill My Math Kindergarten Answer Key PDF Chapter 6 Lesson 1 Subtraction Stories **will give you a clear idea of the concepts.

## McGraw-Hill My Math Kindergarten Answer Key Chapter 6 Lesson 1 Subtraction Stories

**Explore and Explain**

**Teacher Directions:** Use to model the subtraction story. There are six pieces of food in the bowl, A dog eats three pieces. Trace the counters to model the story. Draw on X on three pieces. How many pieces are left?

Answer:

Explanation:

In the above image, there are six pieces of food in the bowl. And a dog eats three pieces, so the number of pieces of food left in the bowl is 6-3 which is 3 pieces. Here, we have crossed the number of pieces the dog ate.

**See and Show**

Question 1.

Answer:

Explanation:

In the above image, there are four boxes of cereals on belt. And one box is taken away, so the number boxes of cereals on belt is 4-1 which is 3 boxes. Here, we have crossedÂ X on one box as it was taken away.

Question 2.

Answer:

Explanation:

In the above image, there are three cans of corn. And two cans are taken off, so the number boxes of cans on the shelf is 3-2 which is 1 can. Here, we have crossedÂ X on two cans as it was taken away.

**Directions:** Use counters to model each subtraction story. Trace the counters. **1.** Four boxes of cereal are on the belt, One box is taken away. Draw an X on one box. How many boxes are left? **2.** Three cans of corn are on the shelf. Two cans are taken off the shelf. Draw an X on two cans. How many cans are left?

**On My Own**

Question 3.

Answer:

Explanation:

In the above image, there are six carrots are growing in the garden and a rabbit eats three of the carrots. So the remaining carrots left are 6-3 which is 3 carrots. Here, we have drawn an X on three carrots as the rabbit ate them.

Question 4.

Answer:

Explanation:

In the above image, there are four crabs are in the sand. And two of the crabs go in the water, so the number of crabs are in the sand are 4-2 which is 2 crabs. Here, we have crossedÂ X on 2 crabs as they go in the water.

**Directions:** Use counters to model each subtraction story. Trace the counters. **3.** Six carrots are growing in the garden. A rabbit eats three of the carrots. Draw an X on three carrots. How many carrots are left? **4. **Four crabs are in the sand. Two of the crabs go in the water. Draw an X on two crabs. How many crabs are left?

**Problem Solving**

Question 5.

Answer:

Explanation:

Given, there are three pieces of food and two pieces are eaten. So the remaining food pieces are 3-2 which 1 piece.

Question 6.

Answer:

Explanation:

Given, there are seven pieces of food and two pieces are eaten. So the remaining food pieces are 7-2 which 5 pieces.

Question 7.

Answer:

Explanation:

Given, there are ten pieces of food and one piece is eaten. So the remaining food pieces are 10-1 which 9 pieces.

**Directions:** Use counters to model each subtraction story. Write the number that shows how many are left. **5.** There are three pieces of food. Two pieces are eaten. How many pieces are left? **6.** There are seven pieces of food. Two pieces are eaten. How many pieces are left? **7.** There are ten pieces of food. One piece is eaten. How many pieces are left?

### McGraw Hill My Math Kindergarten Chapter 6 Lesson 1 My Homework Answer Key

Question 1.

Answer:

Explanation:

Given that there are three people are in the park and two of them are left. So the remaining people left are 3-2 which is 1. Here, we have crossed X on two people as they are left.

Question 2.

Answer:

Explanation:

Given that there are six balls and four balls are roll away. So the remaining balls left are 6-4 which is 2 balls.

**Directions:** Use pennies to model each subtraction story. Trace the pennies. **1.** Three people are in the park. Two leave. Draw an X on two people. How many people are left? **2.** There are six balls. Four roll away. Draw an X on four balls. How many balls are left?

Question 3.

Answer:

Explanation:

Given that there are four people are in the park and three of them are left. So the remaining people left are 4-3 which is 1. Here, we have crossed X on three people as they are left.

**Vocabulary Check**

Question 4.

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Answer:

Given that there are six balloons and three of the balloons blow away. So the remaining ballons left are 6-3 which is 3 ballons.

Explanation:

**Directions: 3.** Use pennies to model the subtraction story. Trace the pennies. Four people are on the trail. Three people walk away. Draw an X on three people. How many people are left?** 4.** I have six balloons. Three of the balloons blow away. How many balloons are left? Write the number.

**Math at Home** Tell your child a subtraction story. Have your child use pennies to model the story. Ask them to tell you how many are left.

Answer:

My child bought a bar of chocolate for 8 cents. She got a discount of 3 cents. How many cents did she get the discount?

The answer is 8 – 3 = 5 cents.

Explanation: