Worksheet: Word Problems: Taking From
In this worksheet, we will practice solving problems to find the number of objects that are left after objects are taken from a group of up to 10 objects.
There were 6 fish in a pond. Birds ate some of them. Then, there were 3 fish in the pond. How many fish were eaten?
There were 6 eggs on a shelf, then 3 fell on the ground. How many eggs are left?
If a person gave a child , and he spent 1 of them, how much does he have left?
6 students went to the dentist. 2 of them needed treatment. How many did not need treatment?
You helped your mom bake 10 cookies. 3 of your friends ate one cookie each. How many are left?
You had 7 balloons. If 4 of them popped, how many do you have now?
There are 7 monkeys and 3 of them have bananas. How many monkeys do NOT have bananas?
Matthew had 4 apples. He ate 2 of them. How many apples were left?
There are 4 frogs in a lake, and then 3 frogs jump away. How many are left?
Daniel has 8 pieces of candy. He gives his friends 3 of them. How many pieces of candy does he have?
If we have 5 carrots and a rabbit eats 3 of them, how many carrots are left?
Isabella had 2 balloons. 1 of them was lost. How many balloons were left?
A clown is playing with 9 balls. 2 balls fall. How many balls are left?
There are 4 balloons; 2 of them popped. How many balloons are left?
In a garage, there were 9 cars. 3 of them left. How many cars were left in the garage?