This worksheet is designed to provide students with practice in subtracting four-digit numbers from four-digit numbers. It features a total of sixteen subtraction problems, each laid out in a clear and standard vertical format. The numbers are arranged with the larger number (minuend) on top and the smaller number (subtrahend) below it, ready for the student to perform the operation. The problems are spaced apart nicely to give students a clean area for calculation and to reduce visual clutter.
The worksheet is aimed at teaching students the fundamentals of subtraction with larger numbers, including the process of regrouping or borrowing when the digits in the minuend are smaller than those in the subtrahend. It helps students to practice aligning numbers by place value and to develop a systematic approach to subtraction, starting from the units place and moving to the left. The exercise also serves to increase their confidence in dealing with more complex numerical problems. By completing these exercises, students will enhance their mental math skills and their overall understanding of arithmetic operations.