Vertical Subtraction Teacher Resources
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In this subtraction worksheet, students practice subtracting three digit numerals. Twenty five problems are listed. Some problems do require regrouping.
In this mathematical vertical subtraction worksheet, students problem solve thirty subtraction equations for mastery of the skill of subtraction.
In this math worksheet, students analyze and solve 25 subtraction problems. All have 3 or 4 digits. There is regrouping, sometimes twice. There are no examples on this page.
Students practice subtracting numbers from one through ten. In this subtraction lesson plan, students use counters and a workmat to complete several subtraction problems on an overhead projector.
For this decimal subtraction worksheet, students solve 8 problems that require the subtract decimals using vertical subtraction. An example is provided.
In this vertical subtraction worksheet, students read an example, then solve a set of 8 vertical problems. An answer key is included on page 2.
In this subtraction worksheet, 4th graders convert 10 vertical subtraction problems to the horizontal format, with 3 and 4 digit numbers, with answers included.
In this vertical subtraction worksheet, students read an example, then complete a set of 14 problems, putting numbers in the right column and working from right to left. Answers are included.
For this vertical subtraction worksheet, students solve the 12 double digit subtraction equations written by converting them to vertical equations.
In this vertical subtraction worksheet, students read an example of vertical subtraction problems, then complete a total of 12 problems, following the models given.
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. Because an explanation is detailed right below these, consider using it as an all-class warm up. Cover up the answers until all learners have gotten a chance to solve it for themselves.
In this math activity, 1st graders focus on single digit subtraction facts. Students respond to twelve problems for mastery and memorization.
In this what's missing math worksheet, students observe subtraction problems with one fact missing, use the other fact and the difference to determine the missing number, and write what's missing. Students solve nine problems.
In this subtraction worksheet, students find the differences to 53 horizontal and vertical subtraction problems. They work with numbers up to 19 and do not regroup while working.
Students make sets of pasta shapes and count some away, then record the subtraction in vertical and horizontal formats. They draw a set and cross out some shapes, then write in both formats the subtraction that the drawing represents.
In this subtraction learning exercise, students solve 4 simple vertical subtraction problems, then solve one word problem. Problems are accompanied by pictures.
In this addition and subtraction worksheet, students solve a total of 14 vertical subtraction or addition problems. An answer key is given on page 2.
In this subtraction facts to nine worksheet, students problem solve one hundred whole number subtraction equations for mastery.
In this subtraction facts to nine worksheet, learners problem solve and calculate the answers to one hundred subtraction equations.
In this subtraction facts to nine worksheet, students problem solve and calculate the answers to one hundred subtraction equations.