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Students will get a great introduction to additive inverse and integers on a number line. Using a work mat and integer models students will make predictions and model additive inverse and positive and negative integers. Using this discovery lab, or inquiry activity, to start the unit helps students
This Classroom Economy Unit emphasizes real-world situations for your students. Besides the budgeting money focus, the main math focus is adding and subtracting decimals. Teaching your students about the value of money, as well as, how to work within a budget is crucial to their success later in lif
Real-to-Life Classroom Economy SystemAppropriate for grades 3-8 & Homeschool**For my simpler Classroom Economy System, click HERE**PURPOSE:This real-to-life, year-long simulation allows students to see what earning a paycheck feels like as well as many other life events we all run into concernin
Welcome to the International Airport! Make your Dramatic Play area come to life with this fun and authentic-looking airport and travel set. Just add some suitcases, hats, and anything else you can think of and you are set to go! This set includes printable passports, airline tickets, travel poste
Personal Financial Literacy: Personal Financial Literacy- a Year-Round Classroom Management System and PowerPoint including content related to TEKS 4.10 A-E and 3.9 A-F This resource packet is designed to teach financial literacy concepts throughout the year as a classroom management system. St
The Game of Life – Math Simulation Appropriate for grades 6-8 & Homeschool PURPOSE: This simulation gives your math class a chance to experience what it is like to be an adult. Students will be randomly assigned a job and a family and be required to calculate a month’s worth of expenses. This
This product is part of my Math Rainbow Fact (numbers that add to 10) BUNDLE! These cute little cards are great for students who are learning their rainbow facts! Students can make references to them when they are playing Rainbow fact games, and they can be used as a self correction tool. Follow
This is a collaborative activity. Students are asked to act out different "football plays" and make connections between the game of football and the addition and subtraction of integers. They will demonstrate their conceptual understanding on a number line. Included in this document are: 1) Instru
This activity is designed to be used weekly (all year) to reinforce comparing and ordering numbers, and the numbers get more complex as the year progresses. The students will start with just positive integers, and end with ordering all forms of numbers on a single number line. To use this activity
This 26-slide PowerPoint presentation serves as an introduction to negative numbers. It begins with a simulation about sea level and leads into real-world examples of negative numbers that include temperature, golf scoring, and personal budget surplus/deficit. Also covered are opposites and defining
Perfect for teaching number line awareness. Students will put the numbers in order and it becomes a number line. They can act out story problems. I put containers on each number with counters in each container to reflect the corresponding number. I will give a student a bag with the first number
This 16-slide PowerPoint presentation stresses quadrant location and the signs of the ordered pairs that fall into each particular quadrant. It assumes prior knowledge of plotting & identifying points in the coordinate plane. Examples lead students to try to first figure out on their own what a
4 Dramatic Play restaraunt sets! Sushi, Burgers, Pizza, and Sandwiches! Dramatic play is always a favorite in my classroom...restaraunts are a hit every time! Kids use their imaginations as they pretend to make and serve sushi, burgers, pizza, & sandwiches ! All sets are classroom tested, de
Escape rooms are the latest craze sweeping the nation. Now you can recreate that excitement in your own classroom. After teaching a unit on Factors, Multiples, Prime and Composite Numbers (unit not included), students will need to solve a series of puzzles and escape your classroom within a set time
This 18-slide PowerPoint presentation introduces students to the concept of absolute value. Material is presented that would satisfy Common Core standard CCSS.Math.Content.6.NS.C.7.C. The definition of absolute value is based on the distance from the number to zero on a number line. Magnitude is def
This is a SmartBoard activity that directly correlates with the 1st Grade Everyday Math 1.2 Investigating the Number Line (introduce number line routines and provide practice counting up the number line). This lesson includes activities, games, and vocabulary for the lesson. Please feel free to cont
The Integer Addition and Subtraction Machine. This interactive application models the behavior of positive and negative integers under addition and subtraction. Turning a crank drives a 'robot' along a number line. Clicking the '+' button turns the crank to the right one full turn; the '-' button
I use this project as part of the addition and subtraction unit in my 3rd grade classroom. It gives students a real world scenario in which they would use their knowledge of addition and subtraction to manage money. The kids love it because it offers a lot of choice and is very fun! It could also
No PREP - just Project! AUTHENTIC communication activities for Spanish I and II. It encompasses higher Spanish numbers in a Mexican market and in a Spanish store with pictures of authentic country handicrafts and souvenirs. Questions are in a mini-dialog format with student A assuming the role of
Use engaging animation of Math problem and worksheet to review Common Core Math skills. This resource covers 6th grade Common Core standard 6.NS.C.6 Challenge your students to help Sammy in this exciting scavenger hunt as he reads a coordinate map to find all of the objects on his map! You can
This 20-slide PowerPoint presentation tests and develops three rules involving reflections resulting from sign changes in an ordered pair. The three rules involve changing the x-coordinate sign only, changing the y-coordinate sign only, and changing both coordinate's signs. Thus the result is reflec
Once students have reviewed all four operations with integers, have them put their knowledge to work creating a game where other students guess their integers based on clues they provide. Samples are provided which model what students are expected to do.
This 16-slide PowerPoint presentation uses a three-step process to compare different numbers. Writing a statement of inequality using the numbers an correct inequality symbol is the 1st step. Explaining in words what the statement of inequality means is the 2nd step. The 3rd step is to interpret the
This 18-slide PowerPoint presentation goes deeper into understanding absolute value. It demonstrates the difference between comparing two numbers and comparing the absolute value of two numbers. Real-world examples are given to help students better understand the material. Completely review the pres

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