Take Away

What is take away?

Three little froggies,

Sat on the log on a sunny morning

1st Grade Subtraction

Catching flies and eating flies

Yum Yum Yum......

1st Grade Subtraction

One froggy jumped into the pool

Where it was nice and cool

1st Grade Subtraction

Two little froggies on the log

1st Grade Subtraction

Catching flies and eating flies

Glub glub glub

1st Grade Subtraction

One froggy jumped to catch a fly away

And fell in a well and one froggy on the log

1st Grade Subtraction

Catching flies and eating flies

Yum Yum Yum......

1st Grade Subtraction

One froggy jumped into

The grass and smiled

1st Grade Subtraction

No more froggy on the log.

1st Grade Subtraction


Take Away:

1. Cross out the objects and write the answer. One has been done for you.


(i)

Take Away

           From      5      take away                          leaves      2



(ii)

Take Away

           From      5      take away                          leaves    ___ .



(iii)

Take Away

           From      7      take away      2                     leaves     ___ .



(iv)

Take Away

           From      8      take away      5                     leaves     ___ .



Sign of Subtraction:

2. Count, write and find the answers. One has been done for you.

(i)

Sign of Subtraction

We say          7                     minus              is equal to            5


We use ‘‘ sign in place of minus. We use = sign in place of equal to.

                    7                        –               2           =                  5


(ii) What is 5 minus 2?

Sign of Subtraction


Picture Subtraction:

3. Cross out and complete the following.

(i)

Picture Subtraction




4 - 2 = ___


(ii)

Picture Subtraction





6 - 1 = ___


(iii)

Picture Subtraction




5 - 3 = ___


(iv)

Picture Subtraction


7 - 4 = ___


(v)

Picture Subtraction



9 - 5 = ___


4. Subtract the number and write the answer in the box. One has been one for you.

Picture Subtraction Take Away

5. How Many Left?

(i) Take away 6. How many left?

How Many Left?








9 - 6 = 3


(ii) Take away 3. How many left?

How Many Left?








6 - __ = __


(iii) Take away 4. How many left?

How Many Left?









8 - __ = __


(iv) Take away 3. How many left?

How Many Left?







7 - __ = __


(iv) Take away 4. How many left?









5 - __ = __


6. Count and subtract the number by crossing out the pictures. One has been done for you.

Count and Subtract

Subtracting Zero:

There are 5 birds on the tree. No bird flies away. How many birds are left on the tree?

Subtracting Zero

There are 5 birds on the tree. All bird flies away. How many birds are left on the tree?

Subtracting Zero


When we subtract zero from a number, the number remains the same.

When a number subtracted from itself, it is equal to zero.


7. Subtract and write the answer in the box.

6 – 0 = 

6 – 6 = 

2 – 0 = 

8 – 0 = 

9 – 0 = 

3 – 0 = 

8 - 8 = 

4 – 0 = 

9 – 9 = 

7 – 0 = 

5 – 0 = 


Column Subtraction:

Write in the column form and subtract. Always write the greater number on the top.


8. Find the difference.

                      8

                -     3

           _______

                      6

                -     2

           _______

                      9

                -     2

           _______

                      7

                -     4

           _______

                      9

                -     6

           _______

                      8

                -     4

           _______

                      4

                -     3

           _______

                      7

                -     5

           _______

                      9

                -     1

           _______

                      5

                -     3

           _______




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