## Level 2 and 3 subtraction word problems

by indigo987

- 4.330 reviews

Two sheets of simple subtraction word problems using a variety of vocabulary, mainly TU - TU but with some 3 digit numbers. I used with low ability Year 4. The first page is slightly harder than the second page. I printed the appropriate sheet off for each group, cut them up and let the children choose which questions they wanted to stick in their book, draw a numberline for and answer - very motivating as they tried to be the one who had answered the most!

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### 30 Reviews

- 4pendlewitch3 months agoReport
Thanks, I have used this with the less able Y4. To try and help them with application.

- 4katyanne92a year agoReport
Great, thank you! Very easily adaptable and some nice variety in questions.

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