Each student takes turns rolling dice to make double-digit subtraction sentences. The player with the greater number gets to put a sticker (or draw a heart, star, etc.) in the space next to where they added. Students may use manipulatives (such base ten blocks) to help them subtract if needed.
Different dice can be used based on your student’s ability levels.
I like to have my students use belly button dice (one large dice with a smaller dice inside) for their minuend (larger number.) I tell them that the larger outside dice is the tens place, and the smaller inside dice in the ones place. When we start I will give my students a six-sided dice for their subtrahend (smaller number) so that there is very little regrouping. To make it a little more difficult I will then have my students use a ten-sided dice for their subtrahend. When they are ready I will give them two belly button dice and they can use the larger number as the minuend. If you do not have these special dice you could easily use all six sided and have them roll for each tens and one place.
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