## Subtraction

Addition & Subtraction Facts Practice

Players use fact family triangles (similar to flash cards) to practice their addition and subtraction facts. This method can help emphasize the relationship between operations.

Closer To...

Players try to determine the landmark number their drawn card is closest to, underlining the utility of landmarks in our work as mathematicians.

Cover All Subtraction

Players practice their subtraction facts as they subtract numbers within 20 trying to cover all spaces on the game board.

Dinosaur Subtraction

Players practice subtraction within 20 as they race to cover a volcano first.

Far Apart/Close Together

Players are tasked with sorting cards based on how far apart or close together there differences are, which can lead to rich conversations about subtraction strategies and place value.

Five in a Row Subtraction

Each player practices subtraction facts within 12 as they race to get Five-in-a-Row first.

How Many Am I Hiding

Players practice combinations of 10 by hiding cubes and guessing the missing part.

Jump, Jump Game

Players try to get to a target on a number line by adding and subtracting... in the least amount of jumps possible.

Lowest Score

Players use estimation and subtraction to try to get as close to a target number as they can.

Plus or Minus 10

Players practice place value by adding and subtracting groups of 10's from various numbers 1-100 until the game board is filled!

Race to Zero

Players race to subtract and get from 100 to 0 first.

Roll and Record Subtraction

Players practice their subtraction facts as they subtract numbers within 12.

Rotten Apple

Players take turns removing "apples" from a tree, and try to force the other player to be the last one left with the "rotten apple."

Shake Those Disks!

This activity addresses the core fluency objective of Grade 1 of adding and subtracting within 10.

Subtraction Fact Flashcards

Players practice subtraction facts within 12.

Subtraction Top-It

Players subtract cards to see who has the largest difference.

Target Practice

Players practice combining 2 numbers to make a target number.

Players use fact family triangles (similar to flash cards) to practice their addition and subtraction facts. This method can help emphasize the relationship between operations.

Closer To...

Players try to determine the landmark number their drawn card is closest to, underlining the utility of landmarks in our work as mathematicians.

Cover All Subtraction

Players practice their subtraction facts as they subtract numbers within 20 trying to cover all spaces on the game board.

Dinosaur Subtraction

Players practice subtraction within 20 as they race to cover a volcano first.

Far Apart/Close Together

Players are tasked with sorting cards based on how far apart or close together there differences are, which can lead to rich conversations about subtraction strategies and place value.

Five in a Row Subtraction

Each player practices subtraction facts within 12 as they race to get Five-in-a-Row first.

How Many Am I Hiding

Players practice combinations of 10 by hiding cubes and guessing the missing part.

Jump, Jump Game

Players try to get to a target on a number line by adding and subtracting... in the least amount of jumps possible.

Lowest Score

Players use estimation and subtraction to try to get as close to a target number as they can.

Plus or Minus 10

Players practice place value by adding and subtracting groups of 10's from various numbers 1-100 until the game board is filled!

Race to Zero

Players race to subtract and get from 100 to 0 first.

Roll and Record Subtraction

Players practice their subtraction facts as they subtract numbers within 12.

Rotten Apple

Players take turns removing "apples" from a tree, and try to force the other player to be the last one left with the "rotten apple."

Shake Those Disks!

This activity addresses the core fluency objective of Grade 1 of adding and subtracting within 10.

Subtraction Fact Flashcards

Players practice subtraction facts within 12.

Subtraction Top-It

Players subtract cards to see who has the largest difference.

Target Practice

Players practice combining 2 numbers to make a target number.