This pack was made to help students who are struggling with subtraction with and without regrouping.
The following items are included:
2 digit by 1 digit subtraction task cards
Students simply walk around the room looking for each of the 32 task cards. They find them and solve each on their recording sheet.
The Same As Game
For this, students will solve the playing cards and decide which category the cards go under. Once they solve them they will decide if they are the same as any numbers between 4-11. They will record their answers on their recording sheet.
This is the same as "bump" There are 9 different boards
This is a game that i made up. Students will get into groups of 2-3. They will shuffle the playing cards and place them in a pile. The pile must all be facing down. Each student takes a turn flipping one card over. Whomever figures out the problem first must slam their hand on their mat then say the answer. If they have the correct answer they keep the card. If not the other player gets it (if there are only 2 players). If there are 3 players the other 2 would fight for it. If a player flips over a “kaboom” card they must put their entire pile of cards back in the middle deck. The teacher can decide how many kaboom cards to include during the game. Whoever has all (most) of the card in the end wins!!
This game is played just like the memory game you used to play when you were a kid. Students will need to flip all cards over face down on the floor in front of them in an array. They will take turns flipping 2 cards over at a time. One card has an answer and once has a subtraction problem. They have to get a match between the subtraction problem and the answer.
Ex: They can flip a card that has 12-3 and then they must find the card with the answer or 10.
If they do not have a match they simply flip the cards back over in the position they were found and continue playing. The game is over once they entire board is cleared. Whomever has more matches wins!
I added two different awards (one for girls one for boys) to give out to the students who master all these centers!