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Ch 6: Subtraction

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Students in 3rd through 5th grade can supplement their classroom lessons on subtraction with this series of fun videos that cover topics including subtraction of numbers up to three digits and input/output tables. Multiple-choice quizzes at the end of each lesson let students check their learning.

Subtraction - Chapter Summary

Your 3rd through 5th grade student can get extra practice in the fundamentals of subtraction with these brief video lessons that cover topics including completing a subtraction sentence, balancing subtraction equations and identifying subtraction patterns. Students can gauge what they've learned through self-assessment quizzes, and video tags make it simple to go back and review just the topics in which they need extra help.

Chapter Lessons and Objectives

Lesson Objective
How to Perform Subtraction: Steps & ExamplesStudents learn the steps in subtracting whole numbers and practice with sample problems.
How to Complete the Subtraction SentenceInstructors define subtraction sentences and demonstrate the method of completing them.
Working with Subtraction Input-Output TablesStudents get information on using input and output tables for subtraction as well as learning to identify arithmetic patterns.
How to Subtract Numbers Up to Three DigitsThis lesson shows students ways to subtract numbers with a maximum of three digits and offers examples, including word problems.
How to Balance Subtraction EquationsStudents can see and practice methods of balancing subtraction equations up to three digits.
Identifying Subtraction Patterns Over Increasing Place ValuesInstructors will help students learn to identify subtraction patterns.

6 Lessons in Chapter 6: Subtraction
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
How to Perform Subtraction: Steps & Examples

1. How to Perform Subtraction: Steps & Examples

Subtraction is one of the basic operations in math. Watch this video lesson to learn how you can view and understand subtraction so that you can easily perform it.

How to Complete the Subtraction Sentence

2. How to Complete the Subtraction Sentence

Subtraction is something you do to figure out how much is left, how much to give away, or how much is missing. During this lesson, you will learn how to complete a subtraction sentence when different parts are missing.

Working with Subtraction Input-Output Tables

3. Working with Subtraction Input-Output Tables

In this lesson, you'll find out what an input-output table is and how to use one. You'll also learn about the vocabulary used with the table and how to complete a subtraction input/output table.

How to Subtract Numbers Up to Three Digits

4. How to Subtract Numbers Up to Three Digits

This lesson will teach you how to subtract numbers up to three digits. Try some practical examples with only three short steps to follow in order to ensure success when subtracting.

How to Balance Subtraction Equations

5. How to Balance Subtraction Equations

Watch this video lesson to learn how you can find the missing value in a subtraction equation. Learn what it takes to make sure that both sides of a subtraction equation are equal.

Identifying Subtraction Patterns Over Increasing Place Values

6. Identifying Subtraction Patterns Over Increasing Place Values

In this lesson, identifying subtraction patterns over increasing place values will be covered. The strategy taught will include using basic facts to help find solutions to more advanced problems. There will be a quiz at the end.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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