This product aims to bridge the gap between using base ten block manipulatives and the traditional subtraction algorithm for subtraction. On these worksheets, students look at the subtraction problem, draw the base ten blocks, solve the problem with their base ten blocks and then solve with the traditional method right beside it. They can see if they had to regroup/ungroup the hundreds or tens place and make a connection to the traditional method when they "borrow"...even though I say regroup or ungroup in my class.
This product includes 4 pre-made worksheets, 1 blank template for teachers to fill in their own problems, and 1 page of word problems.
This product uses 3 digit numbers.