# McGraw Hill My Math Kindergarten Chapter 6 Lesson 2 Answer Key Use Objects to Subtract

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## McGraw-Hill My Math Kindergarten Answer Key Chapter 6 Lesson 2 Use Objects to Subtract

Explore and Explain Teacher Directions: Use to model the subtraction story. Six astronauts landed on the moon. Two astronauts leave. Trace the counters to model your story. Draw on X on two astronauts. Write the number that tells how many astronauts are left. Explanation:
Given that there are six astronauts landed on the moon and two astronauts are left. So the remaining astronauts are 6-2 which is 4 are left.

See and Show

Question 1.  Explanation:
Given that there are three penguins on an iceberg and one penguin got tired and went away. So the remaining penguins left are 3-1 which is 2 are left.

Question 2.  Explanation:
Given that there are six snowflakes that fell from the sky and three of them are melted. So the remaining snowflakes left are 6-3 which is 3 are left.

Question 3.  Explanation:
Given that there are three snowballs stacked to make o snowperson and two of them are fell off. So the remaining snowballs left are 3-2 which is 1 is left.

Directions: Use counters to model subtraction. 1. Three penguins are on an iceberg. One penguin got tired and went away. How many penguins are left? 2. Six snowflakes fell from the sky. Three melted. How many snowflakes are left? 3. Three snowballs are stacked to make o snowperson. Two snowballs fell off. How many are left?

On My Own

Question 4.  Explanation:
Given that five penguins are swimming together and two swim away. So the number of penguins are left is 5-2 which is 3 are left.

Question 5.  Explanation:
Given that there are seven penguins in an igloo and three penguins go out to play. So the number of penguins left is 7-3 which is 4 penguins.

Question 6.  Explanation:
Given that a penguin has six mittens and she Poses one. So the number of mittens left is 6-1 which is 5.

Directions: Use counters to model subtraction. 4. Five penguins are swimming together. Two swim away. How many penguins are left? 5. Seven penguins are in on igloo. Three penguins go out to play. How many penguins are left? 6. A penguin has six mittens. She Poses one. How many mittens are left?

Problem Solving

Question 7.  Explanation:
Given that there were six lions sleeping and four lions woke up. So the number of lions are still sleeping is 4-2 which is 2 lions. Here we have drawn an X on the lions that woke up.

Directions: 7. Listen to the subtraction story. There were six lions sleeping. Four lions woke up. Draw an X on the lions that woke up. Tell how many lions are still sleeping. Write the number.

### McGraw Hill My Math Kindergarten Chapter 6 Lesson 2 My Homework Answer Key

Question 1.  Explanation:
Given that there are three children on the balance beam and one child went to another activity. So the remaining children left are 3-1 which is 2 children.

Question 2.  Explanation:
Given that there are eight children playing kickball and four children go home. So the remaining children left are 8-4 which is 4 children.

Directions: Use pennies to model subtraction. 1. Three children are on the balance beam. One child went to another activity. How many children are left? 2. Eight children are playing kickball. Four children go home, How many children are left?

Question 3.  Explanation:
In the above image, there are five children riding their bikes and three children stopped riding. So the number of children left riding bikes is 5-3 which is 2 children.

Vocabulary Check

Question 4.
subtract  Explanation:
In the above image, there are four skateboards, and one skateboard rolls away. So the number of skateboards left is 4-1 which is 3 skateboards.

Directions: Use pennies to model subtraction. 3. Five children are riding their bikes. Three children stopped riding. How many children are left riding bikes? 4. There are four skateboards. One skateboard rolls away. Draw an X on one skateboard. Tell how many are left, Write the number.

Math at Home Have your child tell you a short subtraction story and use buttons or dry cereal to model the story. 