More Subtraction with Pictures
Get ready for some rocket-powered subtraction practice. Solve the problem by coloring in the spaceship and writing the correct answer on the line.
For each problem on this first grade math worksheet, kids subtract numbers under 10 to see how many lollipops are left after someone has had a tasty snack.
Read each part of the equation with your child, and have her count and cross out the space pictures to solve the problem.
Counting and subtraction come together for a colorful and sports-themed math worksheet, great for visual learners!
Use these outer space subtraction sentences to help your child break down subtraction math into manageable chunks.
Help your kiddo reach for the stars with this subtraction practice worksheet! For each problem, color in the star with the correct answer.
Has your child mastered single digit subtraction? Then she's ready to kick it up a notch! Trace the X's and count how many space pictures are left.
Have your child combine her counting and verbal skills to solve the subtraction problems! She'll count the pictures and fill in the boxes with the number.
Introduce simple subtraction to your kindergartener. Count how many bath items there are in each box then take away the darker pictures to find the answer.
Count the number of desserts in each box then take away the ones that are darker. How many are left?
Ready, set... go! Start off subtraction with some picture equations, perfect for helping your child understand a new math concept.
These picture problems are perfect for helping visual learners nail down subtraction to a tee.
Little construction workers will build up their math skills with some picture subtraction!
How many tools do you see on this construction site? Give your child a fun intro to subtraction with some picture math.
Flex your child's math skills with this worksheet set, which focuses on subtracting 1, 2, and 3 from other numbers.
Little math workers, get your subtraction tools ready! These picture problems will help kids visualize the equation.
Get in the math zone! Kids practice crossing off items to visualize the concept of subtraction.
Practice subtraction by counting the number of baking items in each box then taking away the number of darker items. How many items are left?
Count the number of sea animals in each box then take away the number of darker ones to find the answers to the subtraction problems.
Practice simple subtraction by counting how many clothing items are in each box then take away the darker items.
This subtraction practice worksheet combines number writing with pictures and counting to make beginning subtraction easier for your child!
These birds are acting strange! Your kindergartener will use single digit subtraction to find out how many birds are still colorful and bright.
Give your kindergartener's subtraction practice that is out of this world with single digit subtraction problems featuring space shuttles and comets.
For each problem on this first grade math worksheet, kids subtract single-digit numbers to see how many cheese pieces are left after the mouse eats its snack.
Subtraction can be tricky for new learners, but this worksheet breaks down the concept step by step so kids can see how the process works.
Number writing combines with pictures and counting to make beginning subtraction more bearable and interesting for your child this spring!
Help your kindergartener get on board with subtraction with this step by step worksheet filled with cute penguins, hedgehogs, and more.
Get a head start on subtraction with some simple picture math! Find out how many toys were sold by using the pictures as a guide.
Ask your kindergartener to complete these one-digit subtraction facts, and she'll go above and beyond kindergarten standards in no time!
Ready to introduce your child to subtraction, but you're not sure if he's ready? This worksheet is a simple and easy introduction.
Nail down subtraction to a tee with some construction zone math! Use each picture to help you subtract.
Take learning to the construction zone! These picture problems are a great way to help kids visualize the math.
Counting and subtraction come together in this transportation-themed worksheet. Learning subtraction with pictures is great for visual learners!
Count up the items on the construction zone! Learn how to subtract by crossing off the right number of items.
Cross out butterflies to learn subtraction basics in this math worksheet. Kids will solve subtraction problems by crossing out pictures of butterflies.
Use these number sentences to help build your child's subtraction skills while also practicing basic verbal reasoning!
Get ready for some stellar subtraction! Your kindergartner will cross out five of the pictures and count how many are left, then write the number.