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I use this as a times test. We have a school wide times test program but I often have kids that master the basic facts before the year is over. I use this as an enrichment times test. The kids start with 4 minutes to complete the 40 problems. Then we lower the time as they get quicker.
I have al

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This smart board file is an interactive math meeting that goes with Fourth Grade Saxon Math Kit but can be used in any program to spiral review skills. There are slides to review and complete math meeting activities. These activities review skills needed such as geometry, calendar, computation, elap

Get your students excited about math with this version of speed dating. Students start in two concentric circles facing one another. They "date" by working through each others addition or subtraction problem. There are 30 cards that cover adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers. This ac

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Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying and Dividing
Positive and Negative Numbers – Math Puzzle
I’ve included three different sizes of the same puzzle. The smaller size is only three pages and is great if you are going to print of individual copies for students to practice in class or at home. The lar

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This page provides an overview for utilizing a visual strategy that helps students conceptualize zero pairs and solve for basic expressions. This approach works well with connecting the use of chips or other manipulatives and and also as a stand-alone strategy.

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I use this as times tests. There is 1 addition sheet and 1 subtraction sheet. We have a school wide times test program but I often have kids that master the basic facts before the year is over. I use this as an enrichment times test. The kids start with 4 minutes to complete the 40 problems. Then we

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Practice adding and subrtacting with positive and negative numbers..
Color the answers. Get an easter picture.
Easy to check the answer.
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Using color tiles is a strong visual and will be very beneficial for a number of students. If and when students struggle to use the color tiles properly, suggest that they use the number line to find the answer then model the problem with the tiles.

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• Students will refer to the number line when adding integers.
• Students will move to the right on a number line when adding positive integers and to the left when adding negative numbers.

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I created this worksheet set to help my students who were struggling with adding positive and negative integers. The worksheet breaks down how to add integers using a number line. The process for adding using a number line is explained. Then, students use number lines to solve practice problems. Thi

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This is a worksheet I use with my pre-algebra students. I sometimes make a bulletin board of the number line and then post their name values after the activity. They like to see what students' in other classes get as well.
At the top of the worksheet is a number line with each letter assigned a va

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The task cards help students understand and practice adding positive and negative integers. The cards can be used in main instruction, centers, or in skills work. The cards include number line examples for visual learners, and each card includes a number line that students can use on laminated car

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This is an introduction to adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers. Includes warm ups, whole-class practice, and ticket in the doors.

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This is a manipulative that also can be used as a game or math center activity to practice adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers.
There are many ways to teach adding positive and negative numbers, but the method I found that worked best for my middle school students was using a hot

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Imagine your seventh-graders as producers of the next hit music video... and it's all about number sense! This engaging project gives students hands-on experience with adding, subtracting, multiplying and diving positive and negative decimals in an authentic, need-to-know context that will prepare t

This is a partner activity which covers adding and subtracting both positive and negative fractions including mixed numbers. In the activity students work with a partner to solve problems. One partner works on side A while the other works on side B. Although they are different problems their answers

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In this scavenger hunt students will practice adding and subtracting positive and negative mixed numbers. Students will start at any of the 12 problems, solve, and then find their answer on the top of another sheet somewhere around the room. This is a great self-checking activity.

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3 Activities in 1!!!
Notes
Task Cards
Mini Assessment
Texas TEKS
(3) Number and operations. The student applies mathematical process standards to add, subtract, multiply, and divide while solving problems and justifying solutions. The student is expected to:(A) add, subtract, multiply, and divi

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Update your bulletin board with a modern version of a positive integers and negative integers math poster. There are two versions of this math poster. One measures 24"x36" or can be printed to an 11"x17." The other is 8.5"x11" and can easily be printed on any standard printer. In addition, there is

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Word problems task cards, puzzles worksheets, and a game to review adding and subtracting positive and negative integers at 5th, 6th, and 7th Grade. Printables for Math centers, starters, warm ups, early finishers tasks. There are 16 cards – 8 at two levels, a 30-card ‘I have…Who has…?’ game, and 3

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What does Justin Bieber, Mexico and Norway have in common? They are answers to these Mixed Number Word Scrambles.
Two Adding and Subtracting Mixed Number Word Scrambles (one addition and one subtraction. Each worksheet has 12 problems.
- The word scrambles use positive and negatives.
- Students s

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