Subtraction with and without Regrouping Worksheets

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Subtraction with regrouping can be a tough concept, but these 5 apple-themed worksheets are sure to provide your 2nd and 3rd grade learners with the added practice they need to work on mastering this skill.


Subtraction with and without Regrouping Worksheets


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Here is a great addition to your math curriculum! These 5, apple-themed worksheets will give your 2nd grade and 3rd grade learners the opportunity to practice and/or review their subtraction skills. Designed specifically to focus on the concept of regrouping, these worksheets present learners with 2-digit and 3-digit subtraction equations. The apple theme is perfect for back to school or those wonderful days of Autumn/Fall. Learners will showcase their regrouping skills by first working their way through equations and identifying whether regrouping is necessary to solve the problem. Once they solve the equation, they will write their answer on the front of the apple bag. This product is useful for a quick assessment tool to gauge your learners’ level of understanding the regrouping concept. It is also beneficial as an independent work or homework assignment. Worksheets are provided in a color version, as well as a black & white version. PLEASE NOTE: both versions are IDENTICAL. An answer key for all worksheets is also included.

When you purchase this product, you will receive:

WORKSHEET 1: subtracting 1-digit from 2-digits (regrouping and non-regrouping)

WORKSHEET 2: subtracting 2-digits from 2-digits (regrouping and non-regrouping)

WORKSHEET 3: subtracting 1-digit from 3-digits (regrouping and non-regrouping)

WORKSHEET 4: subtracting 2-digits from 3-digits (regrouping and non-regrouping)

WORKSHEET 5: subtracting 3-digits from 3-digits (regrouping and non-regrouping)



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