Vertical Subtraction Teacher Resources
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Add and Subtract within 1000
Get some good practice with triple-digit addition and subtraction with these 10 problems. Only one addition problem requires regrouping, and none of the subtraction problems require borrowing. Question four turns into a four-digit number. Be sure to encourage kids to show their work here, as there is plenty of room.
1st - 3rd Math
Add and Subtract within 1000 - Step-by-Step Lesson
Three-digit numbers are the name of the game here! Scholars convert 456 to expanded form, then complete one addition and one subtraction problem. The equations are written vertically, and the addends produce a four-digit number. There is no borrowing or carrying involved.
2nd - 4th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Addition and Subtraction up to 100
After reviewing double-digit addition and subtraction up to and from 100, learners are introduced to addition and subtraction up to and from 10,000. A grid is used along side number decomposition to help them solve a word problem involving large numbers.
4th - 5th Math
Add and Subtract to 100
Get some practice with double-digit addition and subtraction from all directions! Learners complete two equations for each operation, one horizontally and one vertically. Consider your objective with this one; do you want scholars to use mental math to solve the horizontal equations, or can they rewrite?
2nd - 3rd Math CCSS: Adaptable
Add and Subtract within 1000 - Independent Practice Worksheet
Give your mathematicians some practice with three-digit numbers as they complete these addition and subtraction problems. There are six vertically-formatted equations to start, then learners add to and subtract from eight numbers horizontally.
1st - 3rd Math CCSS: Adaptable
Kindergarten CCSS Math Vocabulary Word List
Help kindergartners develop the academic language they need to master the Common Core standards with this list of math vocabulary. Including the definitions of each term as well as a set of word cards with supporting images and examples, this resource is a dream come true for any kindergarten teacher.