HelpingWithMath.com Home Page

Show Answers

Addition and Subtraction with Breaking Numbers Apart (3-Page Worksheet)

------ Note: The Information above this point will not be sent to your printer --------

Follow these steps to answer the questions below:

  1. The number at the top can be made up of two smaller numbers. Write the missing number.
  2. Complete the addition or subtraction equation that uses all three numbers.

The first one is done for you. Use it as an example.

  8
arrow splitting number
 
2   6

8 = 2 +  6  

  7
arrow splitting number
 
2   5

7 = 2 +  5  

  9
arrow splitting number
 
8   1

9 - 1 =  8  

  5
arrow splitting number
 
2   3

  3  + 2 = 5

  6
arrow splitting number
 
4   2

6 - 2 =  4  

  4
arrow splitting number
 
3   1

4 = 3 +  1 

  9
arrow splitting number
 
3   6

9 = 3 +  6  

  8
arrow splitting number
 
4   4

8 = 4 +  4  

  3
arrow splitting number
 
1   2

3 - 2 =  1  

--------- Page Break-------------

Follow these steps to answer the questions below:

  1. The number at the top can be made up of two smaller numbers. Write the missing number.
  2. Complete the addition or subtraction equation that uses all three numbers.

The first one is done for you. Use it as an example.

  7
arrow splitting number
 
3   4

7 = 3 +  4  

  7
arrow splitting number
 
5   2

7 = 2 +  5  

  5
arrow splitting number
 
1   4

5 - 4 =  1  

  7
arrow splitting number
 
4   3

  3  + 4 = 7

  9
arrow splitting number
 
7   2

9 - 2 =  7  

  6
arrow splitting number
 
3   3

6 = 3 +  3 

  8
arrow splitting number
 
7   1

8 = 7 +  1  

  9
arrow splitting number
 
5   4

9 = 5 +  4  

  7
arrow splitting number
 
1   6

7 - 6 =  1  

--------- Page Break-------------

Follow these steps to answer the questions below:

  1. The number at the top can be made up of two smaller numbers. Write the missing number.
  2. Complete the addition or subtraction equation that uses all three numbers.

The first one is done for you. Use it as an example.

  9
arrow splitting number
 
3   6

9 = 3 +  6  

  9
arrow splitting number
 
2   7

9 = 2 +  7  

  6
arrow splitting number
 
5   1

6 - 1 =  5  

  4
arrow splitting number
 
2   2

  2  + 2 = 4

  8
arrow splitting number
 
3   5

8 - 5 =  3  

  3
arrow splitting number
 
2   1

3 = 2 +  1 

  8
arrow splitting number
 
6   2

8 = 6 +  2  

  9
arrow splitting number
 
4   5

9 = 4 +  5  

  6
arrow splitting number
 
2   4

6 - 4 =  2  

------ Note: The Information below this point will not be sent to your printer --------

An Addition and Subtraction Worksheet - By HelpingWithMath.com

Related Resources

The various resources listed below are aligned to the same standard, (KOA03) taken from the CCSM (Common Core Standards For Mathematics) as the Addition and subtraction Worksheet shown above.

Decompose numbers less than or equal to 10 into pairs in more than one way, e.g., by using objects or drawings, and record each decomposition by a drawing or equation (e.g., 5 = 2 + 3 and 5 = 4 + 1).

Examples/ Guidance

Worksheets

Fact Families
Number bonds to 10

Similar to the above listing, the resources below are aligned to related standards in the Common Core For Mathematics that together support the following learning outcome:

Understand addition as putting together and adding to, and understand subtraction as taking apart and taking from

 

Math Help - Homepage      |   About HelpingWithMath.com |   Privacy  |   Site Map