# What is the easiest way to solve subtraction?

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## What is the easiest way to solve subtraction? ## What are some strategies to subtract?

Subtraction Strategies With Activities and Games

• (1) Jump Strategy – Using a Number Line or Number Chart. This is a very popular and visual way to help students work out subtraction problems. …
• (3) Draw a Picture! …
• (4) Fact Families – Part-Part-Whole. …
• (5) Use Known Facts – Mental Maths. …
• (6) Subtraction Algorithm.

## How do you subtract with regrouping worksheets? ## What are the three subtraction strategies?

They start with subtracting 100s and move to regrouping across all place values while practicing these main subtraction strategies: Use a Number Line, Use Base-10 Blocks, Break Apart (also called Ungroup, Incremental Adding, adding by Place Value), Subtract with Vs, and Vertical Subtracting.

## How do you subtract by hand? ## What is a fun way to teach subtraction?

1. Start with an anchor chart. Anchor charts give kids something to refer back to as they work on new concepts and skills. …
2. Read a subtraction book. …
3. Count Pete’s buttons. …
4. Climb the monkey tree. …
5. Introduce different strategies. …
6. Smash some Play-Doh. …
7. Whack-a-ball to subtract. …
8. Feed a hungry penguin.

## How many subtraction strategies are there?

The anchor charts on this page provide examples of five subtraction strategies that can be used to mentally solve multi-digit subtraction problems efficiently and effectively, namely Use Doubles, Make a Ten, Add Up, Removal and Keep a Constant Difference.

## What is subtraction with regrouping Grade 2?

Regrouping in subtraction is a process of exchanging one tens into ten ones. We use regrouping in subtraction when the minuend is smaller than the subtrahend. We use subtraction with regrouping to work out different subtraction problems.

## How do you subtract without borrowing?

Subtract Without Borrowing:

1. Place the number being subtracted under the number being subtracted from so that place values in the same column match.
2. Subtract each column separately starting with the ones.
3. Write the result of the subtraction below each column.

## How do you engage students in subtraction?

Have students take turns standing in the spaces to represent 10 counters. Read a subtraction story problem aloud and have students act the problem out, using themselves as counters in the ten-frame. Have them all say the subtraction sentence aloud. You can also have them write it on a white board.