  # Two Digit Addition & Subtraction With Regrouping

Do your students need practice with double digit addition with regrouping? What about double digit subtraction with regrouping? Double Digit Addition & Subtraction With Regrouping (Triple Digit, Too!) includes 50+ practice pages to help your students learn and practice two digit addition and subtraction practice (some triple digit, too) with and without regrouping. In addition to the 50+ practice pages, this packet includes activities, games, timed-tests, and more! It is ideal for grades 1st-3rd. Scroll on to see more!

With the activities in this packet, my students went on a math hunt yesterday and they had so much fun with this activity! I love to get my students up and moving (and I love it even MORE when they enjoy math!) (I try to tell my students everyday that they are mathematicians!)

Today my students played Double-Digit Bingo… but first they had to do solve the problems! We played bingo with all the sums and differences, so they were really motivated to get the answers correct!

This Two Digit Math Packet Includes:

• Single-Digit Addition & Subtraction Timed Tests (+0, +1, +2, +3, +4, +5, +6, +7, +8, +9, -0, -1, -2, -3, -4, -5, -6, -7, -8, -9, & a review — these timed tests will prepare your students for double-digit math)
• 8 Double-Digit Addition Practice Pages
• 8 Double-Digit Subtraction Practice Pages
• 8 Double-Digit Addition Practice Pages (w/ Regrouping)
• 8 Double-Digit Subtraction Practice Pages (w/ Regrouping)
• 4 Double-Digit Addition & Subtraction Practice pages (w/ Regrouping)
• 4 Triple-Digit Addition Practice Pages
• 4 Triple-Digit Subtraction Practice Pages
• 4 Triple-Digit Addition Practice Pages (w/ Regrouping)
• 4 Triple-Digit Subtraction Practice Pages (w/ Regrouping)
• Story Problem Practice
• Math Hunt Activity (Students will search around the classroom for double-digit addition and subtraction problems, record them on their “Math Hunt” worksheets and solve.)
• Board Game Activity (Students will play a board game with 2-4 players. When they draw a “Math Card” they only get to move forward on the board if the math problem they selected needs to be regrouped.)
• Bingo Game (Students will solve the double-digit addition and subtractions problems on their Bingo Boards. After solving, the class will play bingo using only the answers. This activity motivates your students to get the correct answers!) 