Integers

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Negative number reasoning with patterns | Great Maths Teaching Ideas

123 Switch! (Game to Practice Adding/Subtraction Integers), an education post from the blog A Sea of Math, written by Chris S on Bloglovin’

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In this post is a free set of visual integer addition and subtraction posters for download. The pdf file is based on amazing visual references for integer operations made by super Math Teacher Don Steward and make a helpful addition to any classroom math word wall.

Critical Thinking with Integers, Opposites, Absolute Value, Integer Operations, & more:Two versions are included - Version 1 (Worksheet) - Students determine whether each statement is "always true," "sometimes true," or "never true." They color each one accordingly and end up with a design that...

Real life examples for adding integers and subtracting integers in word problem task card format. These 30 word problem task cards can be used to reinforce integer concepts. Use the online version or print, laminate, and cut for a great classroom activity. Much better than a worksheet and can be use...

This is a new take on an old favorite. This game for two players has students taking turns drawing lines on a grid. Each time a player closes a box with the fourth side, the player takes the box, and goes again. But in this game, the box contains an integer which the player must then add to his o...

Check out these 12 ideas to help students become masters at adding positive and negative integers.

Fun and innovative teaching techniques covering middle school Math. Using Adding Integers as the lesson, one classroom teacher uses techniques to help keep students engaged and focused.

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This foldable provided students with practice modeling integer addition using integer chips and the number lines. There are a total of 12 problems, as well as space to write the "rule" which they will discover after completing the problems given. This foldable is PERFECT for interactive math noteb...

A blog about my experiences using foldables and interactive notebooks with my middle school math students.

Math Club brings you this news update! Negative numbers have begun dividing our country. For more on this breaking story, we go to the Math Club News Team (G...

The Free to Discover blog will give you strategies and tips for teaching math to middle and high school students using differentiation and discovery.