# Easter Subtraction Facts from 20 Game

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This Easter math game practices subtraction facts from 20. This is perfect for centers, freeing you to meet with small groups of students.

This game helps build fluency with subtraction from 20 to meet Common Core standards.
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mrscorrigee
Thank you for sharing your game. I must admit that I am trying my hardest to understandt how to play; but it's not working very well! There are numbers on the eggs. If students are only rolling one die, how do they know where do they get the other number to subtract (or subtract from)? It appears as though the biggest pink egg is the start. If they roll a "6" for example, do they move 6 and then use that "2" on the egg to subtract from the 6? The directions state that they roll, subtract, and then move. Thank you for helping clear this up! It's so cutely designed, I would really like to use it! :)
March 30, 2012
Tessa Maguire  (TpT Seller)
Hi! The big pink is the start, yes. If a player rolls a 6, they move 6 spaces and subtract the bigger number from the smaller number. So with your example, they would do 6-2. If they landed on a space with say 20, they would do 20-6. I'm sorry the way I had it worded didn't make it seem that they should roll, move, then subtract, but yes, that's the way it can best be played. I hope this helps!
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