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This activity’s focus is on adding and subtracting positive and negative decimals. There are three different parts to the activity that could result in three different stations for the students to work in. Each part of the activity involves students looking at a restaurant menu and determining which

Here is a step-by-step document that walks your students through adding and subtracting decimals that are positive and negative. It reminds them of the things they need to ask themselves when solving a problem.

This is a puzzle to practice adding and subtracting positive and negative decimals. It is designed for accelerated 6th grade math students, or grade-level 7th grade math students. It may be used by individual students or in groups. Students cut out the triangles and rearrange them so that each pr

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Review adding and subtracting decimals and fractions.
What happens when you add two positives? Add two negatives? Add a negative and positive? Does order matter?
What happens when you subtract two positives? Subtract two negatives? Subtract a negative and positive? Does the order matter?
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This slideshow is great for working with whiteboards. It starts simple, and gets much harder by going up to 4 digits and using decimals.
There are 50 slides with one question on each slide. This slideshow is completely editable so that you can add, or change slides. You can also change font, color

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Extra practice for adding positive and negative numbers (7th/8th grade level).
First sheet: Simple computation
Second sheet: Word problems

One page document: Students have the option of using a number line to solve simple computational problems involving positive and negative numbers.
Decimals included. Suggested 7th/8th grade level.

Do you need a fun way for students to practice adding and subtracting fractions with minimal prep? The Fraction Addition and Subtraction with Positives and Negatives Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this activity, students use the answer to one problem

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Mazes are a great way to practice new material while having more fun than completing a typical worksheet! In this maze activity, students will solve problems involving adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing positive and negative decimals. Please look at the preview file to see if this resour

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Also included in: Positive and Negative Decimal Operations Activity Mini-Bundle

Review all operations with rational numbers (positive and negative decimals) with this set of 40 task cards that come in multiple versions - with or without QR codes!
*** This set is also included in my Number Operations Task Card Bundle - With & Without QR Codes, as well as in my Rational Numb

Also included in: Number Operations Task Card Bundle - With & Without QR Codes

Do you need a fun way for students to practice adding and subtracting decimals with minimal prep? The Decimal Addition and Subtraction with Positives and Negatives Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this activity, students use the answer to one problem t

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Make practicing with rational numbers fun! This self-checking activity will allow students to get out of their seats and move around the classroom as they solve 16 problems. Each problem solved will lead the students to a new problem to solve until they have solved all 16 problems. You will be amaze

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Also included in: Positive and Negative Decimal Operations Activity Mini-Bundle

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This cross word activity is a great way for students to practice addition and subtraction of rational numbers; specifically focusing on positive and negative decimals.
There are fourteen problems (a few multi-step) for students to complete. Plenty of space is available to show necessary work. Onc

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Playing this Connect Four game is a great way for students to practice adding and subtracting positive and negative rational numbers, in decimal form.
Included within this resource is 3 separate game boards for students to use. Each game board contains 42 different problems. Students will battl

Students will practice positive and negative decimal operations with this fun digital activity! Students will solve 12 problems involving adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing positive and negative decimals. They will then find their answer from the answer choices at the bottom and drag it

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Also included in: PRESALE Middle School Math DIGITAL Activity Bundle for Google Drive™ Volume 2

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This 2 page worksheet requires students to add and subtract rational numbers. The first page is addition of positive / negative decimals and fractions, while second page is subtraction of positive / negative decimals and fractions.
This lesson was specifically written to complement CCSS 7.NS.1.

This is a set of 5 positive and negative decimal operations RIDDLE worksheets.Worksheet 1: Adding (to the tenths place)Worksheet 2: Adding and Subtracting (a few to the hundredths place)Worksheet 3: MultiplicationWorksheet 4: Multiplying integer x decimalWorksheet 5: DivisionWorksheets are cop

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Here's a great chance for your students to practice adding and subtracting rational numbers (in decimal form) while evaluating expressions through the application of substitution.
Students are asked to solve addition and/or subtraction problems containing both positive and negative decimals. Upon

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RATIONAL NUMBERS WORD PROBLEMS with Graphic Organizer
Get your students successfully understanding and solving RATIONAL NUMBERS real-world word problems with these PROBLEM SOLVING GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS.
Benefits of Problem Solving Graphic Organizers:
Problems solving graphic organizers help student

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Also included in: RATIONAL NUMBERS BUNDLE Task Cards, Error Analysis, Problem Solving, HW, Notes

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These interactive notebook activities are intended to help students understand how to apply and extend previous understandings of addition and subtraction to rational numbers, describing situations in which opposite quantities combine, and showing that a number and its opposite have a sum of 0. Inte

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Also included in: Middle School Interactive Math Notebook: 7th Grade BUNDLE

Decimal Derby is a board game that helps students practice adding and subtracting positive and negative decimals. Students must answer problems involving adding and subtracting decimals to move their game piece around the game board. Landing on a "Take a Chance" spot adds some luck into the game, as

Also included in: Fractions and Decimals Board Game Bundle (Negative Number Edition)

This 3x4 puzzle is a visually stimulating game to help students practice operations with rational numbers. This specific puzzle focuses on adding and subtracting positive and negative decimals. Just print out the puzzle and cut along the dotted lines. Students must match the question with the answer

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This paper chain activity is designed to strengthen students’ skills in Multiplying, Dividing, Adding and Subtracting Fractions and Decimals. Concepts IncludedThis activity uses all four operations to solve problems with decimals & fractions (positives and negatives). If you need a version with

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Adding and Subtracting Rational Numbers - Even middle school students love to color! This is an easy prep way to keep students practicing math while having fun. So many ways to use this coloring activity: substitute, small group, extra practice, assignment after testing, homework, or a quick reinfor

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Also included in: Rational Numbers Activity Bundle

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