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Subtracting Whole Numbers. 8 teachers like this lesson. SWBAT subtract numbers to thousands with and without regrouping. Using place value helps make subtracting easier. This activity requires the students to continue using the place value charts and blocks to subtract. They use a Subtracting Whole Numbers Group Activity activity sheet of word problems to practice the skill. The students must communicate with each other as they solve the problems. They must come to a consensus that their answer is correct before moving to the next problem.

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