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Subtraction Worksheets

This page contains links to free math worksheets for Subtraction problems. Click one of the buttons below to view a worksheet and its answer key. You can also use the 'Worksheets' menu on the side of this page to find worksheets on other math topics.

Subtraction with the Number Line

Introducing Subtraction Using the Number Line.

Subtraction with the Number Line

Spaceship Math

The practice worksheets below are similar to the SpaceshipMath, Mad Math Minutes or Mastering Math Facts subtraction programs used at many schools. These are typically one minute, timed tests (follow the "Timer" link off the home page.)

Spaceship Math

Two Minute Tests

80 and 100 problem subtraction tests.

Two Minute Tests

Place Value

Place value subtraction problems. This is a good warm up for multiple digit subtraction.

Place Value

No Borrowing

Subtraction without borrowing or regrouping.

No Borrowing

Borrowing Without Borrowing Across a Zero

Multiple Digit Subtraction with borrowing/regrouping, but not across a zero.

Borrowing Without Borrowing Across a Zero

Borrowing Across Zero

Focus on subtraction with borrowing across zeros.

Borrowing Across Zero

Full Borrowing

Multiple Digit Subtraction (with borrowing/regrouping.)

Full Borrowing

Subtraction with Decimals

Subtraction with Decimals)

Subtraction with Decimals

Three Argument Subtraction

Subtraction with three arguments.

Three Argument Subtraction

Mixed Addition and Subtraction

Mixed addition and subtraction problems. These problems help a lot to get kids to pay attention to operations.

Mixed Addition and Subtraction

Introduction to Negative Numbers

Simple subtraction with negative answers introduced with the number line.

Introduction to Negative Numbers

Subtraction with Negative Results

Practice worksheets with subtraction problems that may yield negative answers.

Subtraction with Negative Results