In this interactive math practice activity, students will practice basic subtraction skills. Presented with subtraction problems in a variety of formats, your students will become confident and proficient in subtracting ten from any number. This online math game is ideal for second grade students.
Here are some of the types of questions your students may be asked in this subtraction lesson: "281 - 10 =" "595 - 10 =" and "968 tickets were sold for the Rock-and-Roll Show last Friday. 10 seats were empty. How many tickets were used?" Students will fill in the blank with the correct answer.
As your class works through this interactive subtraction game, they may choose to take advantage of the "Hint" option if they need a little extra help solving a problem. Students will be shown a relevant clue, such as subtracting the ones, to help the get started. When students answer a question incorrectly, a detailed explanation page shows them where they went wrong so they can learn from their mistakes.
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This online math lesson is classified as Level B. It may be appropriate for a second grade class.
Numbers and Operations in Base Ten
Students should demonstrate an understanding of place value. Students should be able to use the properties of operations to add and subtract. Students should also be able to mentally add or subtract 10 or 100 from any given number from 100 to 900.
Subtract 10 or 100 From Any Number (Level B)
In this second grade-level lesson, students will practice subtracting ten or one hundred from any number. Students will fill in the blank with the correct answer. Questions are presented as vertical subtraction problems, horizontal subtraction problems, and subtraction word problems.
2-Digit Minus 1-Digit (Level B)
In this math lesson geared toward second grade, students will practice subtracting 1-digit numbers from 2-digit numbers. Students will fill in the blank with the correct answer. Questions are presented in horizontal format, vertical format, and word problem format.