Students will practice subtraction through 20 with these engaging cut and paste activities.
What kid doesn't love scissors and glue? I haven't met one yet! Cut and paste is all the rage in my classroom, and I'm fine with that! It keeps their little bodies engaged along with their minds.
This file includes 20 cut and paste activities for practicing subtraction within 12 and 20.
Now, 20 activities that cover only one topic may sound like a lot, but this is basic subtraction that we're talking about. Our students need many, MANY opportunities to flex that muscle.
These activities aren't meant to be used all at once. Put some in your sub tub, use one on a Friday afternoon when little hands need tasks, when you have to give that quick make-up test, when the lights go out and your technology-rich lesson is ruined. The review is great for everyone, and your students will appreciate the engaging format.
These also make excellent bell ringers and independent morning work!
Another idea? If your students have wandering eyes, print three different pages. Pass them out so that neighbors have different activities. (You devious teacher you!)
Subtraction within 12/Subtract & Compare (10 pages)
Subtraction within 20/Subtract & Order (10 pages)
There are two types of activities included in this file. The first is Subtraction within 12 + Comparing. Students will complete a subtraction equation, then sort by the difference (ex. greater than or less than 5).
The second activity is Subtraction within 20 + Ordering. Students will complete subtraction equations, then order the differences from least to greatest.
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