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One Digit from Two Digits Subtraction

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Aligned To Common Core Standard:

Grade 2 Operations - 2.NBT.B.5

How to Practice Simple Subtraction - They say practice makes a man perfect. This is because when you practice something, you learn the art of dealing with its complexities. Since subtraction requires little more effort and comprehension as compared to addition, the key to achieving grip over subtraction sums is to practice the problems over and over. In this guide we will tell you a few tips and hacks to practice simple subtraction sums: Do as much subtraction sums as an addition. Start with single digits subtraction and then gradually move up to subtracting bigger digits. Pay attention to how your teacher does subtraction. Make a habit of solving one subtraction problem daily. Read carefully subtraction word problems and understand the words left, remaining, from and to. Take your mathematics book and look through solved subtraction problems. Subtraction is not that difficult as much as we think it is. It is all about making a habit of practicing and taking it seriously. These lessons and worksheets show students how to find the difference between a one and two digit number.

Printable Worksheets And Lessons

Homework Sheets

Every page starts of with an example problem that is worked through for you.

  • Homework 1 - Watch the example to see how to carry values between their places.
  • Homework 2 - We transition between vertical and horizontal arrangement of values.
  • Homework 3 - Ten problems to give a good set of practice.

Practice Worksheets

These are sprinkled with tips for all your students.

  • Practice 1 - Start at the ones places. If the bottom number is larger than the top number, borrow from the tens column.
  • Practice 2 - A really nice situation to learn from.
  • Practice 3 - Write the answer on the line.

Math Skill Quizzes

You will find a nice mix of problem orientation here.

  • Quiz 1 - See what you know.
  • Quiz 2 - Six vertical forms followed by four horizontal subtraction problems.
  • Quiz 3 - These problems tend to involve a little more borrowing than the other quizzes.