Once kids get comfortable with three-digit addition with and without regrouping, they get more confident with three-digit subtraction – simple and regrouping. It is really amazing how kids get the grip of the concept of subtraction and regrouping, and in no time they master the skill. It is always advisable to use a 1/2 inch graph paper book to learn math. With 1/2″ graph paper, it is easier for kids to use the concept “place-value” while adding or subtracting.
I have purposely put “H” “T” “O” above each number, I observed that when kids develop this habit of writing place names above the numbers, they tend to make fewer mistakes while adding or subtracting, more like training wheels while learning to ride a bicycle.
Here are three-digit subtraction practice worksheets with and without regrouping to sharpen the math skills.
Three-Digit Subtraction (Simple)
Three-Digit Subtraction ( Regrouping)
If you want more practice sheets to work on concept regrouping, check out our “two-digit regrouping” practice sheets addition as well as subtraction.