Worksheet: Subtracting Ones from Two-Digit Numbers on a Number Line

In this worksheet, we will practice subtracting a one-digit number from a two-digit number when crossing a ten by modeling two jumps on a number line.


Use the number line to calculate 327.


There are 15 students in a class. 6 of them are girls. Use the number line to find how many boys are in that class.


What are the two numbers that should fill the empty boxes on this number line?

  • A49, 47
  • B48, 46
  • C50, 46
  • D50, 48

What is the calculation shown by this number line?

  • A544
  • B502
  • C546
  • D506


Which number line shows the answer to the calculation 357?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D


Natalie used the given model to solve 629. Find the missing numbers in her equation: 629=622=.

  • A6, 53
  • B7, 54
  • C7, 53
  • D9, 52

Which of the following number lines represents the jumps she made using the model?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D


Use the given ten frames to find 347.

Which of the following number lines is equivalent to the previous ten frames?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D


Mia was using the given model and number line to carry out an operation.

Which of the following sentences represents the jumps she made on the number line?

  • A7325
  • B65+3+5
  • C7336
  • D7335

What did she find in the end?

  • A65+8=57
  • B733=70
  • C738=65
  • D735=68


Use the given number line to find 546 by crossing a ten.

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