# Lesson Worksheet: Subtraction Equations Mathematics • Kindergarten

In this worksheet, we will practice reading, writing, and modeling subtraction equations with numbers up to 10.

Q1:

What is ? • A • B • C • D • E Q2:

Fill in the blank with the missing number: . Q3:

There were 7 students at a lunch table. 4 of the students finished and got up. There were 3 students left.

Fill in the blank: .

Q4:

There were 3 cats on a roof. 2 of them jumped down. There was 1 cat left on the roof.

Fill in the blank: .

Q5:

Select the picture that shows .

• A • B • C • D • E Q6:

Which picture shows ?

• A • B • C • D • E Q7:

What does the picture show? • A
• B
• C
• D
• E

Q8:

Yesterday, Emma had 4 sweets. She ate 2.

How many are left?

Find the matching number sentence.

• A
• B
• C
• D
• E

Q9:

Find the correct subtraction sentence to solve the given problem. You have 9 rabbits. 4 of them are in the hutch and the rest are in the garden. How many are in the garden?

• A
• B
• C

Q10: There are cats.

How many cats have bows?

Complete the number bond. How many cats do not have bows? What number is missing? Q11:

Find the missing number. Q12:

Write the subtraction sentence that matches the given ten frame. • A is 4.
• B is 2.
• C is 3.

Q13:

Write the subtraction expression that tells how many monkeys will remain after we remove 1 monkey. • A is 5.
• B is 4.
• C is 4.

Q14:

There are 5 buckets of water; 1 bucket is poured. Write the subtraction sentence that shows how many are left. • A is 3.
• B is 4.
• C is 4.

Q15:

9 birds are in the nest. 6 fly away. Write the subtraction sentence that tells the number of birds left in the nest. • A is 3.
• B is 6.
• C is 3.

Q16:

Write the subtraction expression that represents the number of apples that will remain after we remove 4 apples. • A is 4.
• B is 5.
• C is 4.

Q17:

We have 7 buckets of water. We spill 2. Write the subtraction sentence that tells how many buckets of water remain full. • A is 5.
• B is 4.
• C is 5.

Q18:

Match the subtraction sentence to the given model. • A is 5.
• B is 3.
• C is 3.

Q19:

6 donkeys are kept in a stockyard. After a while, 3 of them are moved to another stockyard. Write the subtraction sentence that matches the number of donkeys left. • A is 3.
• B is 3.
• C is 3.

Q20:

Look at the part-whole model. Write a subtraction sentence to show how you can find the missing number. • A is 3.
• B is 4.
• C is 4.

Q21:

Someone ate 1 of their 3 bananas. Write the subtraction sentence that shows how many are left. • A.
• B.
• C.

Q22:

Write the subtraction sentence that describes the model. • A
• B
• C
• D

Q23:

Look at the part–whole model. Write the calculation we carry out to find the missing number.

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• B
• C
• D

What is the missing number?

Q24:

Find the missing number in the following equation: Q25:

Look at the part-whole model. Write a subtraction sentence to show how you can find the missing number. • A
• B
• C
• D