In 1st grade subtraction worksheet we will solve the problems on subtraction facts, subtraction of tens, subtracting tens and ones and word problems on subtraction.

1. (i) Cross out 5 balloons. How many left? __________.

(ii) Cross out 2 lemons. How many left? __________.

(iii) Cross out 3 watermelons. How many left? __________.

(iv) Cross out 4 ice-creams. How many left? __________.

2. (i) Take away 3 from 6. How many left?

(ii) Take away 6 from 9. How many left?

(iii) Take away 0 from 5. How many left?

(iv) Take away 3 from 3. How many left?

3. A number subtracted from itself gives _____ .

4. (i) 7 – 1 = .........

(ii) 7 – 6 = .........

(iii) 8 – 8 = .........

(iv) 9 – 8 = .........

5. Ron has 6 pens. David has 9 pens. How many pens does David have more than Ron?

6. Write the number and cross out the objects that are taken away.

 (i) 6 - __ = 4
 (ii) 8 - __ = 4
 (iii) 9 - _ = 1
 (iv) 5 - _ = 5

7. (i) 3 taken away from 5 is .........

(ii) 2 taken away from 6 is .........

8. Find the difference:

(i) 4 – 1 =

(ii) 8 – 7 =

(iii) 4 – 4 =

(iv) 9 – 0 =

9. Find the difference.

 (i) 7             -      1           ______ (ii) 9             -      4           ______
 (iii) 5             -      2           ______ (iv) 8             -      8           ______

10. Gary has 7 candies. His sister has 3 candies. How many more candies does Gary have than his sister?

11. Match the pictures with subtraction sentences.

 (a) 30 - 20 = 10 (i) (b) 70 - 40 = 30 (ii) (c) 40 - 20 = 20 (iii) (d) 60 - 20 = 40 (iv)

12. Which picture shows 45 - 20. Tick the correct answer.

 (i) (ii) (iii)

13. (i) 4 tens + 6 ones – 2 tens = ____

(ii) 9 tens + 1 ones – 6 tens = _____

(iii) 8 tens + 8 ones – 8 tens = _____

14. (i) Difference of 83 – 3 is _____

(ii) Difference of 59 – 9 is _____

15. Ana has 49 books. 9 of them are story books and remaining comic books. How many comic books does Ana have?

16. Fill in the blanks:

(i) 46 – 6 = _____

(ii) 54 – 50 = _____

(iii) 77 – 70 = _____

(iv) 66 – 20 = _____

17. Match the following:

 (i) 19 - 9(ii) 85 – 4(iii) 38 – 21(iv) 89 - 28 a. 61b. 17c. 81d. 10

18. Write in column form and subtract.

 (i) 58 - 35
 (ii) 96 – 44
 (iii) 29 – 23
 (iv) 71 – 60

19. Write T for true or F for false.

(i) 73 has 7 tens and 3 ones.         _____

(ii) 80 has 8 ones.         _____

(iii) 46 has 4 ones and 6 tens.         _____

(iv) 90 has 9 tens.         _____

20. Aaron scored 37 runs and Andy scored 25 runs in the match. How many runs has Aaron scored more than Andy? ______.

21. Write A for addition and S for subtraction.

(i) Ina library there are many books. Some books were given to children. How many books are left in the library? _____

(ii) In a garden there are some red flowers and some yellow flowers. How many flowers are there in all? _____

(iii) A shopkeeper sold some bottles of orange juice and some bottles of lemon juice. How many bottles did he sell altogether? _____

(iv) Some children are going home in the school bus. A few children get out at the first stop. How many children are still in the bus? _____

(v) There are some biscuit packets in a box. Ron finds some packets are broken. How many packets are not broken? _____

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