Your students will cut out the number boxes in the Number Bank and paste them in the empty boxes to complete each equation. Then, they will use dots to represent each number in the ten frame below it. Equations cover subtraction facts up to 10. Skills covered:

– Subtraction facts up to 10
– Filling out ten frames
– Scissor skills

Here’s what an example worksheet looks like:

Cut and Paste Subtraction Facts up to 10, Example Worksheet

You can download a free version of this eduprintable, which includes 6 worksheets:

Cut and Paste Subtraction Facts Up to 10

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