Problem Solving With Subtraction

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Children will enjoy completing these Math games and worksheets whilst learning at the same time.

We try to encourage students to read and think about the problems carefully, and not just recognize an answer pattern.

And as soon as you start trying to do it, you face a problem. So this subtraction should result in 300 plus 10 plus 2, which is 312. And we're going to give that 10 to the ones place.

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Solving word problems both relies on and develops reading and language skills.

Be aware of your children's reading level and use the opportunity to build these skills as you work and discuss the problems.

For example, “The Green Team had 14 players which was 2 more than the Red Team.

How many players were on the Red Team.” Students who can interpret this as 14 - 2 = 12 are well on their way to understanding addition and subtraction.


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