Included: -40 static subtraction equations for the stamp game with the place values colored. 20 of them have the title “units”, 20 have the title “ones”. We use them interchangeably in our classroom. These problems do NOT involve regrouping or "carrying".-2 colored templates (1 with “units”, 1 with “ones”) with no typed in equation if you want to write your own. -39 addition problems black and white. This is for the students to color in each place value. 21 have title “units”, 18 have title “ones”.-2 blank template (1 with “units”, 1 with “ones”) if you want to write your own equations.**All equations are unique, so total of 79 different equations.Directions:-Colored equations are meant to be copied onto card stock and laminated. They are cut into 4 cards per page.-Black and white equations are used to make student booklets. They are meant to be cut horizontally in the middle, so the booklet is long with 3 equations on each page. There are a lot of problems. I would determine how many problems each student should get depending on where they are academically. Some students might like the challenge of completing a whole book over a few days/weeks.