# 8 Subtraction Worksheets for First-, Second-, and Third-Graders

Whether your child loves math or struggles a bit with numbers, these free printable subtraction worksheets offer some great at-home practice.

Practice and repetition are keys to learning, particularly for developing math skills. Subtraction worksheets can assist kids in memorizing basic math facts and help them to become second nature. Some children also just enjoy doing subtraction sheets for fun. Try these eight subtraction worksheets suitable for first- to third-grade students.

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## Single-Digit Subtraction

This first-grade subtraction worksheet deals with single-digit numbers, which offers a great introduction to important mathematical principles. Kids can try the sheet again and again until the facts are mastered. For an added twist, they can also practice adding the numbers together.

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## Color By Subtraction

Your child can complete the subtraction problems on this coloring page. Then, using the instructions, fill it in with crayons, markers, or colored pencils. This sheet is great for kids who may enjoy coloring more than math—and they end up with a pretty picture while learning subtraction facts.

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## Subtracting Using Pictures

This math subtraction worksheet encourages kids to cross out shapes to solve single-digit problems. It helps to cement the concept of subtraction and is perfect for visual learners!

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## Simple Subtraction

Does your child need extra help with these math drills? Encourage them to count digits with fingers or number blocks. Or they can use dried beans, Legos, or other small items to help them visualize subtracting a number from the whole.

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## Subtract Whole Tens

Once your student masters single-digit subtraction, practice with "whole tens." Encourage them to count (and then subtract) by 10s using their fingers.

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## Two-Digit Subtraction With Regrouping

This regrouping worksheet helps kids advance to more complicated multi-digit math problems. It teaches kids to regroup or deduct numbers from the tens to the ones columns.

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## Regrouping Practice

This second- or third-grade subtraction worksheet challenges kids to subtract double-digit numbers. These more difficult problems help kids practice regrouping, a practice Millenial parents will know best as "borrowing."

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