Three Digit Subtraction with Regrouping Subtraction Games includes 5 recording sheets that allow your students to use a variety of different addition strategies. They can choose from using the standard algorithm, subtracting on an empty number line, using expanded form, chunking, or using friendly numbers. Each recording sheet, other than for the standard algorithm, breaks down the subtraction strategy for your students to follow.
More motivating than a worksheet, your class will love this hands-on approach to consolidating three digit subtraction. Each game requires players to subtract 3 digit numbers and record the equation they’ve made before they can move on the game board. The self-correcting element of the games ensures that students get the answer correct or find their mistake if they’ve made one.
Just print each game with its illustrated rules (there’s no cutting involved) and place them in your math centers. Include the recording sheets and collect them at the end of the session to include in student portfolios. You’ll be provided with valuable data on who requires more support with 3 digit subtraction with regrouping.
Students can play in small groups independently or with minimal adult support. The non seasonal themes make these games perfect for your class to play all year long.
Cool Llama (2 – 4 players)
Players must spin and record their equation and then place a counter on the answer. The first player to get three numbers in a row is the winner.
Underwater Adventure (2 – 4 players)
Players must spin an equation and record it. They may only move to the next fish if the answer is there. The first player to reach the finish is the winner.
Fun in the Garden (2 – 3 players)
Players must spin and record their equation and then place a counter on the answer. The player to make the longest line of counters is the winner.
It’s My Party (2 – 4 players)
Players must spin and record their equation. They then move their counter either forward or backward to the closest answer.
Flying High (2 – 4 players)
Players must spin and record their equation and cover the answer with a counter. The first player to cover eight answers is the winner.
3 digit subtraction with regrouping
3 digit subtraction with regrouping – 5 games
3 digit subtraction with regrouping – single game
3 digit subtraction with regrouping – 2 games
3 digit subtraction with regrouping (addition and subtraction)
3 digit addition and subtraction with regrouping -2 board games
3 digit addition with regrouping (addition and subtraction)
3 digit addition with regrouping – 2 board games
Or view the addition or subtraction with regrouping range on our Teachers Pay Teachers Store here: Regrouping Games.
Here’s what teachers who have used this pack have said:
♥ “This was a great resource to review and strengthen their subtraction with regrouping! The kids LOVED it!” Lexy T.
♥ “This saved me so much time and was fun for my students to play. A great way to practice math skills!” Tracie J.
♥ “This was a great resource for extending subtraction. My son needed some additional practice and this was great! ” Brittany Watson.
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