Subtract It! Using Double and Single Digit Numbers
In this two-day course, students will build their subtraction skills to be able to subtract a single-digit number from a double-digit number using a variety of methods.
Amelia Manhardt BS
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Completed by 7 learners
learners per class
$8 per class
Meets 2x per week
Over 1 week
25 minutes per class
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In this class, students will learn how to subtract a single digit number (9 or less) from a double digit number (10 or greater but less than 50). We will review subtracting single digit numbers and then we will look at example problems using number lines, breaking down the problem and working it out as two separate single digit problems, and also using the borrowing method when needed; these problems we will work out together. Then, students will have a homework sheet to complete between...
Students will learn to subtract single digit numbers from double digit numbers using a number line. Students will learn to subtract single digit numbers from double digit numbers by separation. Students will learn subtraction using the borrowing method.
A one-page (double-sided) homework sheet will be provided and should be completed between the two class meetings.
A double-sided homework sheet will be provided before the start of class.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
An informal quiz will be conducted in the second meeting of the class, where students are given practice problems to try on their own, followed by us working it out together.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Amelia Manhardt BS
Nuclear Engineer and Passionate Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
126 total reviews
233 completed classes
I am a nuclear engineering graduate from South Carolina State University with a Bachelor's in Science. I began graduate school for a PhD in Nuclear Engineering, but due to health issues I decided to leave school and pursue my passions...