Once Autumn has finally rolled it's head around the Summer corner, I want to do all things pumpkin. I love to find pumpkins at the grocery store, make and eat pumpkin donuts & muffins, and have the kids do pumpkin worksheets to practice some of their school skills.
That's why I've put this together!
I have put together a Subtraction from 100 page as well as an Addition page.
The Subtraction from 100 page is just that - all of the math problems are subtracting from 100.
The Addition page have addition problems starting from 20 & 50.
I have used these types of pages for even my oldest. I've just recreated the problems to go along with what he's learning. For example, if he's working on order of operations, I've come up with problems that would equal out to the answer of the square that he needs to color in.
Use these freely in your homeschool!
Here's what you do:
* Print the 100s Chart Pumpkin - this will give you the "answer key" so you know what it should look like when your child is finished, as well as a blank 100s chart for your child to work on
* Print either the Subtraction from 100 page or Addition page depending on which one you want your child to work on
(just click on the pictures to print)