• Loose Tooth Subtraction. Cute idea!

• Loose tooth subtraction activity that enables students to practice subtracting with teeth using a dry erase marker on a face template. Students are able to write their own equations, too. Could also be used to practice addition if the face templates were of babies/toddlers whose teeth were just coming in!

• Subtraction center

• Loose Tooth Subtraction! | Heidi Songs (for dental health unit)

• CCSS.Math.1.OA.A.1 Use addition and subtraction within 20. Loose Tooth Subtraction! Place in a sheet protector and watch your students enjoy math centers with this awesome subtraction game.

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