|Custom math worksheets at your fingertips|
Addition and subtraction by splitting one digit number
In the number space up to 100, a single digit number has to be added to a two digit number by splitting the single digit number. The first step is to fill up the current tens range, and the second step will go beyond that ten.
A diagram with two arrows representing the two steps illustrates the approach. Two numbers have to be filled in blank spaces for the intermediate result and the end result.
The number of problems can be selected, and whether addition or subtraction tasks will be shown.
Download free worksheets for this math problem here. There is a second sheet with the solutions. Just click on the respective link.
If you can not see the solution sheets for download, they may be filtered out by an ad blocker that you may have installed. If this is the case, please allow ads for this page and reload the page. The solution sheets will then reappear.
|Number of problems||1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10|
|Plus/Minus||Mixed, Plus, Minus|
|****||Columnar addition with blanks||Blanks in columnar addition to be filled in correctly.||1442|
|**||Columnar subtraction||Columnar addition of multiple subtrahends.||9777|
|**||Add Sub times table||Addition and subtraction of times table products||7300|
|**||Add Sub walking towers||In a series of addition or subtraction terms, one number changes stepwise.||5355|