Subtraction

Worksheet 1: Basic Subtraction

Section A: Simple Subtraction Problems

1. 5 – 2 = ____
2. 8 – 3 = ____
3. 7 – 4 = ____
4. 6 – 1 = ____
5. 9 – 5 = ____

Section B: Subtraction Facts

1. 10 – 5 = ____
2. 7 – 2 = ____
3. 6 – 3 = ____
4. 9 – 4 = ____
5. 8 – 6 = ____

Section C: Missing Numbers

1. 5 – ____ = 3
2. ____ – 2 = 4
3. 7 – ____ = 2
4. 9 – ____ = 5
5. ____ – 3 = 2

Worksheet 2: Subtraction with Borrowing

Section A: Two-Digit Subtraction

1. 15 – 7 = ____
2. 34 – 8 = ____
3. 26 – 9 = ____
4. 53 – 6 = ____
5. 42 – 5 = ____

Section B: Subtraction with Borrowing

1. 45 – 18 = ____
2. 67 – 29 = ____
3. 89 – 34 = ____
4. 56 – 27 = ____
5. 72 – 19 = ____

Section C: Word Problems

1. Maria has 23 apples. She gives away 17 apples. How many apples does she have now?
2. There are 45 students in the class. 18 students leave. How many students are there now?
3. Tom has 32 marbles. He loses 21 marbles in a game. How many marbles does he have now?
4. A book has 28 pages. John reads 16 pages. How many pages are left to read?
5. Sarah collects 19 stickers. She gives 24 stickers to her friend. How many stickers does she have left?

Worksheet 3: Fun Subtraction Activities

Section A: Color by Numbers (Use differences to find the colors)

• Color spaces with difference 2 = Red
• Color spaces with difference 5 = Blue
• Color spaces with difference 7 = Green

(Provide a simple picture with numbered sections)

Section B: Subtraction Maze

(Start from the top and follow the correct differences to find the way out)

(Provide a maze with subtraction problems on the paths)

Worksheet 4: Subtraction with Money

Section A: Subtracting Coins

1. 25 cents – 10 cents = ____ cents
2. 50 cents – 25 cents = ____ cents
3. 10 cents – 5 cents = ____ cents
4. 75 cents – 50 cents = ____ cents
5. 20 cents – 15 cents = ____ cents

Section B: Word Problems with Money

1. Sara has 45 cents. She spends 30 cents. How much money does she have now?
2. Ben has 50 cents. He buys a toy for 25 cents. How much money does he have left?
3. Mia has 75 cents. She spends 40 cents on candy. How much money does she have left?
4. Alex has 30 cents. He spends 20 cents. How much money does he have now?
5. Zoe has 60 cents. She gives 15 cents to her friend. How much money does she have left?

Worksheet 5: Subtraction Review

Section A: Mixed Subtraction Problems

1. 9 – 7 = ____
2. 14 – 8 = ____
3. 23 – 15 = ____
4. 38 – 27 = ____
5. 46 – 29 = ____

Section B: Word Problems

1. There are 18 blue balloons and 5 red balloons. How many blue balloons are there after 3 blue balloons pop?
2. James has 37 crayons. He gives 19 crayons to his friend. How many crayons does he have now?
3. Emma reads 24 pages of a book on Monday and 17 pages on Tuesday. How many pages has she read in total?
4. There are 22 birds in a tree. 13 birds fly away. How many birds are left in the tree?
5. Lily has 28 flowers. She gives 16 flowers to her friend. How many flowers does she have now?

Section C: True or False

1. 7 – 2 = 5 (True/False)
2. 12 – 9 = 4 (True/False)
3. 6 – 3 = 3 (True/False)
4. 14 – 7 = 7 (True/False)
5. 18 – 5 = 13 (True/False)

These worksheets cover a variety of subtraction problems, helping students practice basic subtraction facts, subtraction with borrowing, and word problems. The fun activities are designed to keep students engaged while reinforcing their subtraction skills. Feel free to print and use these worksheets in your classroom!

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