# Math for Kindergarten – How Many Are Left

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**Lesson plan created by – **

**Alfred Lewis**

Lesson Title |
Lesson 8 – “How Many Are Left?” |

Standards |
K.OA.A.1 Represent addition and subtraction with objects, fingers, mental images, drawings, sounds (e.g., claps), acting out situations, verbal explanations, expressions, or equations. |

Materials Needed |
Printable – How Many Are Left?
Crayons Scissors Glue Pencil Physical Counters/Objects (If Available) |

Teacher Directions |
· Hold up three objects. Say “Three”
· Take away one of the objects and say “Three minus one equals two.” · Review more examples, if needed. · Pass out Printable “How Many Are Left?” · Model gluing the ‘doors’ onto the printable, so that they cover the stars. · Have students continue completing one or two more with you guiding. · Ask students to complete the final two problems and check their answers. |

Guiding Questions |
“How do we subtract objects?”
“What is subtraction?” “What does the minus sign represent?” “What does the equal sign represent?” |

Assessment |
Monitor student work on printable |