Learning about subtraction starts in the very first year of primary school and is developed right the way through to Year 6.
If your child is struggling with the concept, or has subtraction homework, you'll find lots of subtraction worksheets in this section to help you explain subtraction and reinforce learning at home of each of the subtraction skills, from counting back in hops and subtraction on a number line, to two-digit subtraction and three-digit subtraction, horizontal subtraction and decimal subtraction.
Teach your child subtraction
Teach your child subtraction is an eBook and home-teaching kit which will help you understand exactly what subtraction skills your child is expected to have mastered in each year of the primary school curriculum.
Primary school teacher and parent Matt Revill has compiled information, tips and activities to ensure that you have the right information at your fingertips so you can quickly make sure your child has fully grasped and achieved each and every skill for their correct year group and using the same methods that they are taught (rather than confusing them with the one you were taught at school!).
You'll be able to print off highly targeted and child-friendly fun worksheets to help them master each of the essential skills as they progress through school – in fun, five-minute sessions.
Teach your child subtraction is a downloadable, printable eBook, available for £4.99.
Written by a KS1 maths teacher to reinforce Y1 and Y2 maths skills, our magical KS1 maths learning pack will offer fun challenges galore, as well as plenty of targeted learning opportunities. A great pack for holidays or to complete in preparation for KS1 SATs, the puzzles and games make revision fun and can be completed by the whole family. Enjoy!
Number lines, the counting on method and 'borrowing' numbers are all covered in our parents' guide to subtraction, a complete overview of what your child will be taught about 'taking away' numbers at primary school.
Maths is a core skill within the primary national curriculum. As we use maths every day, it is also a vital skill for life. But, some of us still dread our child coming home and asking for help with their maths homework, as learning methods and terminology are sometimes different from how we were taught.
If this sounds like you, you'll find the Maths Homework Helper eBook an immensely useful resource for two reasons. Firstly, it collates the main topics your child will need to know. Secondly, it acts as a refresher course for you, so you can revisit each topic and understand just what your child is learning during class time. It covers the crucial topics of numbers, using numbers, measures, shape and space, and data handling, so you and your child will be able to learn, understand and use maths skills in everyday situations.
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