# Writing Subtraction Equations

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How do your kid's subtraction skills stack up? His academic confidence will soar to new heights after practicing some two-digit subtraction!

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### Subtraction Without Regrouping

This printable math worksheet asks your second grader to rewrite each subtraction equation, stacking the larger number on top, and write down each answer.

### Writing Subtraction Equations 2

Provide your second grader with a healthy subtraction boost with this kitten-adorned worksheet. She will be practicing subtraction in no time!

### Writing Subtraction Equations 3

Help your second grader regain her mathematical confidence by providing her with this two-digit subtraction worksheet.

### Writing Subtraction Equations 4

This printable page of subtraction problems will give your second grader invaluable two-digit subtraction practice and a familiarity with writing equations.

### Writing Subtraction Equations 5

Your child will rewrite each equation according to the directions, then find the answers. Your child will practice solving problems and writing equations too!

### Writing Subtraction Equations 6

Help your child become a subtraction master with this subtraction worksheet. Your child will rewrite the subtraction equation, then find the difference.

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### Writing Subtraction Equations 7

Help your kid perfect his subtraction skills with this math worksheet. Your kid will get subtraction practice and learn to express equations in different ways.

### Writing Subtraction Equations 8

Two-digit subtraction can be the bane of a second grader's existence. Encourage your child to do some extra practice at home with this adorable printable.

### Writing Subtraction Equations 9

Give your kid a boost in math with this fun subtraction worksheet. For each problem, your kid will rewrite the equation a different way and find the difference.

### Writing Subtraction Equations 10

Mr. Artist needs to solve a set of subtraction problems, but he has trouble understanding these equations as they are written. Will your child give him a hand?