A math journal is a great way to quickly review previously taught math skills! This set focuses on Subtraction to 20. It includes 30 ready to go problems! Simply print, cut and students are ready to glue each problem in their math journal and solve! No color ink is required! I use these problems in my math block daily and they are perfect for a quick reteach and math talk! These problems are also available as a complete set and includes ALL of the big math concepts taught in first grade and will last you an entire school year! It is the very best deal! Check it out HERE!
Please Note: No holidays or themed material are used, so problems can be used at ANY time throughout the year!
Looking for MORE daily math problems?
• The ENTIRE First Grade Daily Math Problems Bundle
• Composing and Decomposing Numbers to 10
• Place Value (15 problems, expanded for, standard form, comparing numbers using <. > and =)
• Addition to 20 (30 problems! Includes story problems, missing addends, solving with number lines, ten frames, and pictures)
• Subtraction to 20 (30 problems! Includes story problems, missing addends, solving with number lines, ten frames, and pictures)
• Skip Counting by 2’s, 5’s and 10’s (15 problems)
• Geometry (18 problems, 2-D shapes, 3-D shapes, halves, fourths, equal parts)
• Coins (20 problems)
• Graphing (10 problems)
• Measurement and Time (15 problems)
• More Concepts (30 problems! Covers standards that you might not spend a whole unit on, but students would benefit from seeing again! Even and odd numbers, counting, 10 more, 10 less, 1 more, 1 less, counting, and MORE)
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