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Subtraction games help reinforce mental math subtraction strategies. Each of the eight games in this pack is designed to reinforce a single subtraction strategy. These strategies include counting up to and back from a number, subtracting from ten, subtracting doubles, subtracting doubles + 1 and 2,

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Counting Back Subtraction WorksheetsThis is a set of 16 worksheets that encourages students to count backwards to solve subtraction problems. All worksheets are black and white printables that are ready to go. All problems provide pictures for support. Enjoy!

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BOOST your little learners with their COUNTING BACK TO SUBTRACT SKILLS with this COUNTING BACK STRATEGIES MATHS BOOSTER PACK! This Pack focuses on the following skills:Before/After Two Digit NumbersNumber/Word RecognitionPlace Value of up to Two Digit NumbersUsing a Hundreds ChartCounting Back from

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Also included in: MATHS BOOSTER PACK!

Counting back subtraction strategy (Super Hero Themed)Counting back is a mental math addition strategy. The count back strategy requires the child to put the largest numeral from the equation in their head and then count back 1, 2, or 3 from the numeral.These count back cut and paste worksheets are

Spinners and a 'Bump' style game board are used to help students practice the addition and subtraction strategy of counting on and counting back.
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Counting On by +1, +2, +3 spinners and game board
Counting Back with -1, -2, -3 spinners and game board
Mixed +1, +2, +3, -1, -2, -3 spinners

Also included in: Spin-A-Strategy: BUNDLE

Boom Cards Math: An interactive game for iPad, computer, SmartBoard, or projector. ★ Students practice the subtraction strategy of counting back, as they say the bigger number (minuend) and count back using the images of fingers.★ Facts to 10 with subtrahends of 4 or less.★ How about a Boom Cards

Also included in: Boom Cards Math Subtraction K/1 BUNDLE: 10 Decks: Distance Learning

This is a BUNDLE of subtraction games and activities to practice subtraction fact strategies for doubles, counting up and counting back, and friends of 10. Students will play these games and activities to work on subtraction facts within 10 and 20.Games/activities included in the SUBTRACTION COUNT U

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Subtraction Strategies - Counting Back-Student Practice Book D by Miss Jean's includes practice pages, strategy explanation and a poster for subtracting numbers using the Counting Back Strategy.
This ready to use practice book is a great resource to help your students master subtraction, provide enr

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Also included in: Telling Time BUNDLE Student Practice Books

Numbers 1-20 Count On, Count Back Kapow (1-20) is sure to be a hit with your students! This new and exciting game will have your students on the edge of their seats as they work towards developing early understandings for the counting sequence and addition & subtraction strategies. As you know,

Counting Back Subtraction WorksheetsThis is a set of 20 worksheets that encourages students to count backwards to solve subtraction problems. 16 worksheets provide pictures to support the students so counting back subtraction.4 worksheets require students to draw in the missing pictures of help them

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Help your students learn and practice subtraction strategies with these Counting Back Strategy task cards. They can be easily used for math centers or small groups. Simply print on colored cardstock, laminate, and have students write on them with dry-erase markers. You can also use this Counting Bac

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Also included in: Math Fact Strategies

This is an enormous, comprehensive packet on the subtraction strategy counting back. This packet addresses Common Core Math Standards 1.O.A.5 and 1.O.A.6. There are visual aids/anchor charts, bump games, worksheets, clothespin games, and fill in the blank activities. The bump games come in Christma

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Boom Cards Math: An interactive game for iPad, computer, SmartBoard, or projector. ★ Students practice the subtraction strategy of counting back, as they say the bigger number (minuend) and count back using dice dots.★ Facts to 10 with subtrahends of 4 or less.★ How about a Boom Cards Math Center?

Also included in: Boom Cards Math Subtraction K/1 BUNDLE: 10 Decks: Distance Learning

Counting back and counting up are mental strategies that are used to subtract numbers that are close together. These mental strategies help students find the difference between numbers by counting up (on their fingers) from the smaller number to the larger number to keep track of the numbers or cou

This pack of activities and worksheets will make learning the counting-back strategy for subtraction engaging and fun! This is Pack 40 in our series of sequenced math activity packs and includes fun games for counting back 1, counting back 2, counting back 10 and counting back 20 with 2 digit numbe

Also included in: Math Games and Activities Bundle 5

Help your students practice important first grade skills with these digital task cards! Boom Cards™ are interactive task cards that make learning fun. These Boom Cards help students decide which is easier in a subtraction sentence, counting on or counting back. They can use the number line to help

Also included in: 1st Grade Boom Cards Math Bundle | Digital Task Cards Module 1

DIGITAL MATH CENTER FOR 1st and 2nd Grade-Counting Back Subtraction Strategy(This resource has versions for Chromebooks, Tablets/Ipads, Google Classroom, Google Slides, PowerPoint, and a recording sheet!) THE BEST PART IS THAT THIS RESOURCE IS A NO PREP CENTER!!**NOW 2 VERSIONS FOR GOOGLE SLIDES**Th

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Boom Cards Math Subtraction Facts 11-20★ Students practice the subtraction strategy of counting back, as they say the bigger number (minuend) and count back using the dice dots.★ 50 Cards focusing on subtraction facts with minuends of 11-20 and subtrahends of 4 or less. An interactive game for iPad,

Also included in: Boom Cards Math Subtraction K/1 BUNDLE: 10 Decks: Distance Learning

This is a quick pack of count up and count back subtraction games and activities to practice subtraction facts within 20. Students will play these games to practice using the counting up and counting back strategies to subtract.Games/activities included in this resource:SLIDES & LADDERS SUBTRACT

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Candy Cane Subtraction (Counting Back Strategy)
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Candy Cane work mat ( TTW place this is a sheet protector or laminate it and TSW use a dry erase marker to fill in the given numbers)
Candy Cane Activity Differentiated (18 problems each)
Below Level- Candy Cane activity with subtraction fa

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K - 2^{nd}

Counting Back - Subtraction Strategies Poster/anchor chart to put on your Math Vocabulary board to use as a reference.
Along with cards to use as bookmarks for a quick reference or to be glued in to the students math journal.
Also included is a 24inch x 36inch (poster size) JPEG file, so you can

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Use this product for extra practice with subtraction using the counting up and counting back methods. 6 slides of practice and these are ready for Google Classroom!

Reinforce subtraction concepts in your first grade classroom with this digital, Common Core- aligned math activity! Save the Babies is a distance learning activity that will help your students practice two subtraction strategies: thinking addition to subtract & counting back 1, 2, 3. Use this ce

This activity is a great follow-up activity to a lesson on the subtraction strategies of counting up and counting back to find the difference. The students build a brick wall by solving various subtraction problems using either the counting up or counting back strategy. Once the students have solv