Worksheet: Taking From

In this worksheet, we will practice counting to find how many objects are left after some are taken away from a group of up to 10 objects.

Q1:

What number is missing?

Q2:

There were 8 balloons, and then 3 of them popped. How many balloons are left?

Q3:

There were 5 birds on the tree, and then 2 of them flew away. How many birds were left?

Q4:

Complete: There were 6 children in the class, 2 of them left. Now, there are children in the class.

Q5:

There are 7 balloons.

3 balloons are popped.

How many are left?

Q6:

Here are 6 mice.

Take away 2.

Which picture shows how many are left?

  • A
  • B
  • C

What is 6 take away 2?

How many are left?

Q7:

There are 7 dogs. If 3 of them run away, how many dogs are left?

Q8:

What will we have if we subtract 1 from 3?

Q9:

What will we have if we take away 4 from 5?

Q10:

What will we have if we take away 5 from 8?

Q11:

A farmer keeps 9 donkeys on his farm. He sells 8 donkeys to another farmer. How many donkeys are left?

Q12:

We have 7 cubes and we remove 4 of them. How many cubes do we have left?

Q13:

Complete: When I take away 2 from 7, the result is .

Q14:

Complete: There were 9 cookies. Then, 5 cookies were eaten. Now, there are cookies.

Q15:

Write the number that tells how many fish will remain in the water if we catch 4 fish.

Q16:

There were 5 cups; 2 of them were broken. How many cups are left?

Q17:

Complete: There were 8 cookies in the kitchen. 3 of them were eaten. Now there are cookies in the kitchen.

Q18:

8 rings were thrown; 3 of them missed. How many rings did not miss?

Q19:

What will we get if we take away 3 from 9?

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