# McGraw Hill My Math Kindergarten Chapter 6 Review Answer Key

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

## McGraw-Hill My Math Kindergarten Chapter 6 Review Answer Key

Vocabulary Check

I have drawn lines to match each word with the correct symbol or picture.

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Question 4.

There are nine bugs on the leaf. In this four bugs flew away. Hence the number of lady bugs left are 9 – 5 = 4.

Explanation:

Directions: 1-3. Draw lines to match each word with the correct symbol or picture. 4. Nine lady bugs are on the leaf. Four lady bugs flew away. Draw an X on each lady bug that flew away. How many lady bugs are left? Write the number.

Concept Check

Question 5.

There are five spiders on a web. Three spiders crawl away. Hence the number of spiders left are 5 – 3 = 2.

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Question 6.

There are 4 objects given in the picture. In this four objects three are taken away. The number of stickers left are 4 – 3 = 1.

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Question 7.

There are 10 objects given in the figure. Three objects are taken away. The number of objects left are 10 – 3 = 7.

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Directions: 5. Use counters to model the subtraction story. Trace the counters. Five spiders are on a web. Three spiders crawl away. Write how many are left? 6. Count and write the number of stickers. Trace the minus sign. Write the number of stickers that are taken away. Trace the equals sign. Write how many are left. 7. Count the objects. Trace the minus sign. Write how many are taken away. Trace the equals sign. Write how many are left.

Problem Solving

Question 8.

There are 10 balls in the container. I have showed the counters of ten balls. Seven balls were used during gym. Draw an X on seven counters. There are balls left are 10 – 7 = 3

Explanation:

Directions: 8. Use counters to model taking away from 10. There are 10 balls in the container. Trace the counters to show ten balls. Seven were used during gym. Draw an X on seven counters. Write the number. Trace the minus sign. Trace the equals sign. Write how many are left.

Reflect

Directions: Count the lions. Say the number. Trace the minus sign. Count the lions that are sleeping. Draw an X on each sleeping lion. Write the number. Trace the equals sign. Write how many lions are awake.