I had planned my entire week so that today I would be free (both kids were going to go out with their dad) with the intention that I could create a large subtraction pack (I was wanting to do about 40 pages) and complete my daughters division set. But life happened. My youngest was up most of the night sick so today my little man is understandably wanting lots of cuddles and mommy attention. All plans out the window.
But I do know that a few people were wanting to use some of the subtraction practice pages that I was working on so I am going to upload 2 small documents that I had made during the week and fingers crossed next weekend I will get the big set finished.
The first is very basic subtraction pages which my youngest has been using this week (the picture above is my youngest using the pages with his fish counters). The sums are all mixed up and in a landscape format. He prefers the pages in the landscape format.
If you want to use some of these pages here is the document.
I am also attaching a small set of subtraction practice pages that I made a little while ago for my daughter to use. Again the same simple format (this time portrait pages) with mixed up subtraction sums.
Here is the document
I hope they are helpful and fingers and toes crossed I will get some time to do my big subtraction pack and finish the division set this week.
The fish counters that my son likes using are these ones.
I bought them over four-years ago for my daughter to use and they have been used more times than I can possibly remember by both my kids. Great for sorting into groups, basic counting, addition, subtraction and even explaining multiplication. My kids have also used them in sensory tubs and in numerous games that they have made up.
Learning Resources Fun Fish Counters
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