Looking For A Fun-Filled Way To Introduce Subtraction To Your Child?: Free Subtraction Song, Song Lyrics, and Printable Math Worksheets



If you're looking for a way to introduce subtraction to your child, you've come to the right place!

We've created an engaging subtraction song and printable worksheets that can not be beat!

Learning a new subject can be scary to children.

Especially, when it comes to math!

From my experience, if I introduce something new in a fun and entertaining way, it helps me win the kids over.

And, when it comes to subtraction, the song, Get In The Action With Subtraction, gets kids moving their bodies and ready to learn!

The kids love it!

And, I love it too!

I love the introduction, the explanation and the beat!

Here's the song, the song lyrics, and 2 printable math worksheets.

These 2 printable math worksheets support the song by providing a few subtraction exercises to help get kids started.

Give it a try!

Head on over to our blog, kids learn @ kiboomu daily, and check it out!

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