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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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My child has assumed that there are 10 buttons ans she wants to give 5 of them to her sister. How many are left now?

The answer is 10 – 5 = 5 buttons. See the given figure for more understanding.

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