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How Many are Left?

Take Away

Take Away from 6

Take Away from 7

Take Away from 8

Take Away from 9

Take Away from 10

Teaching the concept of “taking away from 10” or subtraction from the number 10 to kindergarten students involves interactive and hands-on activities.

- Begin by reviewing the concept of taking away or subtraction. Explain that when we subtract, we are finding out how many are left after we take some away.
- Utilize counters, toys, or any other tangible objects to represent the number 10. Place six objects in front of the students and ask them to count.
- Physically demonstrate subtraction by taking away a certain number of objects from the set of 10. For example, take away 2 objects and ask, “How many are left?”
- Use visuals to represent the subtraction action. Draw six circles on the board and cross out or remove a certain number. Emphasize that the crossed-out circles represent the ones that are taken away.
- Write subtraction sentences on the board using the number 10. For example, “10 - 6 = 4.” Read the sentence together and discuss the meaning of each part.
- Introduce simple worksheets with pictures or objects representing 10. Ask students to complete subtraction problems by crossing out or removing a specified number.

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Take Away from 10

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