Practice double digit subtraction with regrouping in a fun way!
The first page of the file is the game board. The second page of the file is the answers to the subtraction problems. Students should cut out the squares and paste them onto their game boards. They can glue them in any square they want. This insures that each student has a different layout on their game board. The third page of the file is the subtraction problems and answer key.
The game starts by having students cut out the answer squares and gluing them to their game boards. Then, the teacher picks one problem from the third page of subtraction problems. The teacher should say the problem out loud, write the problem on the board, or both. You may want to give students a blank piece of paper or a whiteboard to help solve the problem. This part of the game can be differentiated as needed. Then, once students have the answer, they should mark that number on their game board. The goal is for students to get a bingo (five answers in a row). The teacher should check the students' boards to make sure they solved the problems correctly and marked the correct answers.
This is a fun, interactive way for students to practice double digit subtraction with regrouping!
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