# Know Your Subtraction: Subtract Using Statements (1)

In this worksheet, students use statements to solve questions on subtraction.

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Number: Addition and Subtraction

Curriculum subtopic:   Make Mathematical Statements Using +, - and =

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

Count these cars. How many are there?

Did you get 10?

The 7 cars below drive away.

How many cars are left?

Count these cars. How many are there?

5 cars drive away.

How many are left?

Count these cars. How many are there?

4 cars drive away.

How many are left?

Count these cars. How many are there?

3 drive away.

How many are left?

Count these cars. How many are there?

1 drives away.

How many are left?

Count these cars. How many are there?

5 drive away.

How many are left?

Count these cars. How many are there?

3 drive away.

How many are left?

Count the cars. How many are there?

2 drive away.

How many are left?

Count the cars. How many are there?

1 car drives away.

How many are left?

Count these cars. How many are there?

4 drive away.

How many cars are left?

Count these cars. How many are there?

7 drive away.

How many are left?

• Question 1

Count these cars. How many are there?

5 cars drive away.

How many are left?

5
EDDIE SAYS
10 − 5 = 5
• Question 2

Count these cars. How many are there?

4 cars drive away.

How many are left?

4
EDDIE SAYS
8 − 4 = 4
• Question 3

Count these cars. How many are there?

3 drive away.

How many are left?

7
EDDIE SAYS
10 − 3 = 7
• Question 4

Count these cars. How many are there?

1 drives away.

How many are left?

1
EDDIE SAYS
2 − 1 = 1
• Question 5

Count these cars. How many are there?

5 drive away.

How many are left?

2
EDDIE SAYS
7 − 5 = 2
• Question 6

Count these cars. How many are there?

3 drive away.

How many are left?

3
EDDIE SAYS
6 − 3 = 3
• Question 7

Count the cars. How many are there?

2 drive away.

How many are left?

8
EDDIE SAYS
10 − 2 = 8
• Question 8

Count the cars. How many are there?

1 car drives away.

How many are left?

8
EDDIE SAYS
9 − 1 = 8
• Question 9

Count these cars. How many are there?

4 drive away.

How many cars are left?

6
EDDIE SAYS
10 − 4 = 6
• Question 10

Count these cars. How many are there?

7 drive away.

How many are left?

3
EDDIE SAYS
10 − 7 = 3
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