Teaching Resource

Missing Part Path

PDF | 2 pages|Grades: 2 - 3

A worksheet to use when learning about various subtraction strategies.

Use this teaching resource when studying or reviewing subtraction strategies.

Students will need a 10-sided die to complete this activity. The goal is for students to find their way from the house to the playground. Once each equation is complete, the square is colored to create the path. Students will check their answers by writing the inverse addition equation underneath each subtraction problem.

This worksheet can be completed individually or with a partner. If playing with a partner, each player will need to use a different colored pencil to shade their squares.

An answer sheet is included.

  Common Core Curriculum alignment

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