# Worksheet: Subtracting Ones from Teen Numbers: Making Ten

In this worksheet, we will practice subtracting a one-digit number from a teen number when we cross a ten by subtracting the ones in two steps.

Q1:

We can make 10 to help us subtract. Pick the calculation that matches .

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Fill in the blank: .

Q2:

Which subtraction sentence is equal to ?

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Q3:

Sophia is subtracting by making 10. Which calculation should she do first?

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Which calculation should she do next?

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Q4:

Daniel subtracted 7 from 13 by first making 10. Now, he wants to subtract 8 from 12. Which number should he write in the blue circle?

Which number should he write in the red circle?

What is ?

Q5:

Olivia wants to find .

What number should she write in both boxes? What is ?

Q6:

We can make 10 to help us subtract.

Fill in all the missing numbers. • A • B • C Q7:

Daniel started with 16.

He took away 6 to make 10, then took away 2 more. Pick a calculation that is the same as what Daniel did.

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Q8:

Look at how Michael made 10 to help him subtract. Use his method to find the answer. Help him finish this new calculation.

What should he do next to find ? • A • B • C  Q9:

What is 16 take away 7?

Q10:

Emma was asked to solve .

She wrote Is her solution correct?

• ANo
• BYes

Q11:

David tried to solve by using the facts about making 10, but he got the answer wrong. His teacher circled the mistake in his answer. Help him by finding .

Q12:

What is ?

Q13:

Calculate .

Q14:

This is a subtraction machine.

It subtracts 7 from any number you put in. What number will come out? What number will come out? 