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## Subtraction - CCSS 4.NBT.B.4

## Links verified on 06/23/2018

1. Addition and Subtraction Jeopardy.

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A jeopardy style math game. Up to 16 teams can compete. (Teachers, you can clone this template and edit the clone.) SEE MORE

2. Checking Subtraction.

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Students can review the inverse relationship of addition and subtraction. SEE MORE

3. Complete the next four numbers in the subtraction series.

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Online quiz that is self checking. SEE MORE

4. Customize It (Subtraction).

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Customize the number of problems, from the smallest number to the largest number. (do not use commas when setting range) Create an online test or print a worksheet. Pre-made math tests also available. SEE MORE

5. Determine the Unknown Number in the 4-Digit Subtraction Equation.

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Online quiz that is self checking. SEE MORE

6. Determine the Unknown Number in the 5-Digit Subtraction Equation.

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Online quiz that is self checking. SEE MORE

7. Determine the Unknown Number in the 6-Digit Subtraction Equation.

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Online quiz that is self checking. SEE MORE

8. Ducky Race.

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This is a multiplayer race game to help build subtraction skills. Each student has a duck in the race. Correct answers power the ducks around the track. Whichever duck reaches the finish line first wins! Up to 12 players can play at once. (Requires adobe flash player) SEE MORE

9. Fill In the Missing Digits.

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Can you figure out the missing digit(s)? SEE MORE

10. Ghost Blasters III Subtraction.

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This is a 2 digit minus 2 digit subtraction game. SEE MORE

11. Inverse Relationship of Addition and Subtraction.

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Fill in the missing numeral. SEE MORE

12. Island Chase Subtraction.

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"Multi-player racing game that allows students from anywhere in the world to race one another while practicing their facts." You can select to play against others or just yourself. SEE MORE

13. Numbers with a Particular Difference.

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Choose the best answer using only the given numbers to determine which two numbers have a certain difference. SEE MORE

14. Subtract a five-digit from a five-digit number.

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Online quiz that is self checking. SEE MORE

15. Subtract a five-digit from a six-digit number.

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Online quiz that is self checking. SEE MORE

16. Subtract a four-digit from a five-digit number.

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Online quiz that is self checking. SEE MORE

17. Subtract a four-digit from a four-digit number.

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Online quiz that is self checking. SEE MORE

18. Subtract a six-digit from a six-digit number.

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Online quiz that is self checking. SEE MORE

19. Subtract a three-digit from a four-digit number.

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Online quiz that is self checking. SEE MORE

20. Subtract Two Whole Numbers (4-6 Digits).

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Online quiz that is self checking. SEE MORE

21. Subtract Two Whole Numbers with Regrouping (4-6 Digits).

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Online quiz that is self checking. SEE MORE

22. Subtract with numbers up to 5,000,000 II.

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Subtract 5-digit numbers or larger. SEE MORE

23. Subtracting Three Numbers with Four or Five Digits.

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Self checking with 10 problems. SEE MORE

24. Subtraction and Addition Relationship.

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This activity explains and practices the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction. The student will need to fill in the missing numeral. SEE MORE

25. Subtraction Equations - 1 digit.

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Supply the missing number in subtraction equations. SEE MORE

26. Subtraction up to 100,000 or 1,000,000.

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Two subtraction games. Achieve fluency in subtraction within 100,000 using the standard algorithm or within a million. SEE MORE

27. Subtraction with Numbers Up to 5,000,000.

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Choose the best answer to each word problem. SEE MORE

28. Tic-Tac-Toe Squares.

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Get three X's in a row (horizontal, vertical, or diagonal) before the computer gets three O's in a row. Four levels: easy (1-digit), medium (2-digit), hard (3-digit), or super brain (4-digit) SEE MORE

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