Single Digit Subtraction (From upto 5)

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Single Digit Subtraction (From upto 5)

Subject: Subtraction

Grade: Kindergarten   Format: .pdf

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These worksheets are perfect educational resources for teachers and parents. Help your Kindergarten students practice Single Digit Subtraction. They have to subtract one digit numbers from up to 5. Help them practice subtracting numbers by having them fill in these worksheets.

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