# Lesson Worksheet: Taking Apart Mathematics • Kindergarten

In this worksheet, we will practice counting to find how many objects are in one part when we break apart a group of up to 10 objects into two parts.

Q1:

There are 7 hats. 2 of them are red. How many blue hats are there?

Q2:

There are 9 balloons. If 4 of them are yellow, how many green balloons are there?

Q3:

There are 7 cookies. 3 of them are on the table. How many are in the bag?

Q4:

There are 7 blue and red rings. 2 rings are red. How many rings are blue?

Q5:

There are 9 children. 4 of them are boys. How many girls are there?

Q6:

Write the number that tells how many ducks are still in the water.

Q7:

Complete the following: When I take apart 9, I get 5 and .

Q8:

A cube train has 8 cubes. If 5 of them are red, how many green cubes are there?

Q9:

There are 8 cars, 5 of which are small cars. How many big cars are there?

Q10:

Chloe has 7 dolls.

She puts her dolls into two boxes.

Complete the following sentence: There are 3 dolls in one box and dolls in the other.

• A4
• B3
• C5