This worksheet is an engaging subtraction activity for young learners. It combines counting, subtraction, and coloring to reinforce math skills. The worksheet displays several groups of watermelons, each above a pair of single-digit numbers. Students are tasked with subtracting the number of watermelons from one of the numbers below and then coloring the number that represents the correct answer.
The worksheet aims to teach students to count objects and associate the quantity with numerical values, practicing subtraction with results within ten. It also encourages the recognition of numbers and the connection between visual quantities and numerical subtraction. The coloring component not only makes the activity enjoyable but also helps in reinforcing the correct answers. This multi-sensory approach to learning subtraction aids in improving the students’ fine motor skills and retention of basic math concepts.