Subtraction Facts Practice

Having your child practice their subtraction facts (as well as addition, multiplication and division) is essential to their success in elementary mathematics.

Get Prepared For Summer.

It's time to start gathering the materials you need to help your child slow down or stop the Math Summer Slide. Start with this resource of daily math facts practice.

Jump from strategies to recall!

It can be difficult for some kids to make the 'jump' from how they have 'learned' their facts to how they should 'do' their facts.  Most kids today are learning their facts with full comprehension, (not simply rote learning).  And rightly so!  However making the leap from using 'strategies' to figure out a problem to 'total recall' is frustrating for some.  You simply have to work with them, and as un-fun as it may seem, doing sheets of math facts or using flash cards is the way to go.

Introduce slowly

Introduce your kids to math facts slowly.  Have them work on the 20 per page options first.  Don't time them.  They don't need to feel stress over this.  But a good idea is to have them speak the problem as they do it.  When they see 5 - 1, and they simply write 4, progress will be slow.  Having them vocalize, "5 minus 1 = 4" will speed up the process.  

At every opportunity when learning any subject, the ideal solution is to "Hear it, Say it, Do it" and then repeat, over and over again!

When they start getting very comfortable with the 20 per page - move them on to 100 problem sheets.

Printable Subtraction Facts Worksheets

I have two different sets of worksheets for you to print.

20 Problems per page and 100 problems per page.

All worksheets present the subtraction facts in traditional algorithm form  (vertically).

I hope you (and your kid) will find these subtraction facts worksheets helpful.  When ready, don't hesitate in getting your hands on all the other great printable math facts worksheets  available.

Addition Facts are only a portion of all that Printable Math Worksheets has to offer!  






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