This is a short clip that shows the first part of a video that teaches how to subtract with regrouping. This was meant for 2nd graders but can be used by any child at that stage of learning. Subtraction can be hard to learn which is why we made this video to help kids in this process.
Kids will learn to take from the next place value to be able to subtract. They learn in a fun way with 3d animated objects.
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1. How many ten's do I have in 45? (00:00:57)
2. How many one's do I have in 45? (00:01:04)
3. Can I take 7 ones from 5 ones? (00:01:24)
4. What does the five become now? (00:01:44)
5. What is 15 - 7? Count the ones blocks. (00:01:54)
6. What does the four become? (00:02:04)
7. What is 3-1? (00:02:25)
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