# 15+ Subtraction by Crossing out Worksheet

With these interactive worksheets where objects are crossed out to indicate subtraction, students can better visualize and understand the subtraction concept. These worksheets also offer opportunities to develop counting and fine motor skills when students count and cross out objects to find the answer.

## Subtraction within 10 by Crossing out

In this section, students will cross out some subjects by identifying the subtrahend. Then, they will count the remaining objects and write the answer in the blank space to complete the subtractions within 10. One example has been given.

## Subtraction within 20 by Crossing out

This section is similar to the previous one, except that these subtraction problems are within 20. Students will cross out objects and write the results in the blank spaces given.

## Completing Subtraction Stories by Crossing out

This set of worksheets contains 3 situations. Students will count the total number of objects in each situation and write the correct number in their respective gaps to complete the subtraction stories.

## Using Ten Frames for Subtraction

In the following worksheet, students have to perform subtraction using ten frames. They will cross out the dots according to the subtrahend and write the results in the spaces provided to complete the subtraction sentences.

## Subtraction by Crossing out Using Shapes

The following worksheets contain some familiar shapes. Students have to identify the subtrahend and cross out the same number of shapes. Then, they will count the remaining shapes to write the correct answer.

## Coloring Circles and Subtraction by Crossing out

Students will identify the subtrahend and color the same number of circles in one color while coloring the rest of the circles in a different color. Then, they will cross out the subtrahend to find the correct answers.

Our collection of free printable worksheets is a great way for first-graders to practice subtraction. Our worksheets include subtraction by crossing out items within 10 and 20, using 10 frames and shapes, and using colors.  By completing these worksheets, students will be able to boost their basic counting and subtraction skills.