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In this puzzle provided by Value Added Publishing, students will...
-decode a question/answer riddle
-use order of operations with positive and negative numbers
- will perform all four operations with positive and negative rational numbers
ORDER OF OPERATIONS W

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4 PDF files and instructions included. 30 math problems using addition of positive and negative numbers, with fractions and decimals included. 30 playing cards. I use this in my 7th/8th grade pre-algebra class for as an icebreaker, warm-up, or review. If you're planning on re-using/laminating, I

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The Football Number Line Volume 2 is a great way to work with adding positive and negative numbers. It is an interactive lesson that you need a whiteboard with a projector to play. This lesson promotes teamwork, technology, and reinforcement of adding integers. It not only focuses on integers but of

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This powerpoint serves as an excellent review game for Integer Operations and Rational Number Operations with positive and negative numbers.
Clicking on the point value for the corresponding category takes your directly to the question! Using the back arrow in the bottom left corner sends you back

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This set includes 24 order of operations task cards of varying levels. Purple cards are basic operations, green cards have added parentheses, and blue cards have added parentheses and exponents. Super easy for differentiation! All answers are expressed in whole numbers, both posi

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This product serves the purpose as a quick assessment tool. In my classroom, we use the title, "Quick Check" for quick assessments that are done weekly. The purpose of the Quick Check is to quickly check the understanding of your students and adjust your teaching according to the results.
This Qu

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The projects on this menu address the concepts of order of operations and adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers.
This menu was created and used for a fifth grade math class. However, it can be adapted for grades 3-8. The purpose of the menu is to enrich student learning by giving the

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Send your students on an epic Math Quest with this exciting pirate story “Redbeard’s Rebellion”. It covers a mix of math skills, which makes it a great activity for math practice and review. This is the HARD single level packet. Use to add some extra fun during math time, for your early finishers or

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Integers Coloring Activity!Adding and Subtracting Positive and Negative Numbers!
This fun coloring activity keeps students engaged while solving problems and is a great practice of adding and subtracting positive and negative integers. Students will solve the 10 problems. Then use their answers an

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Integers Coloring ActivityAdding and Subtracting Positive and Negative Numbers
This fun coloring activity keeps students engaged while solving problems and is a great practice of adding and subtracting integers. Students will solve the 10 problems. Then use their answers and the problem number to

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This is a helpful visual that I use with my students when introducing addition and subtraction of positive and negative numbers.
Of all the "cheat sheets" I've found, the chart I've drawn up seems to work the best in my classroom. I find that having the students complete the chart really helps th

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These task cards are designed for the grade 7 - 8 middle school classroom. They include mathematical problems that involve:
1. Addition
2. Subtraction
3. Division
4. Multiplication
5. Adding and Dividing positive and negative numbers
6. BODMAS / PEDMAS
7. Squares / Cubed Numbers
8. Square Roots
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The graphic organizers allow students to compare the differences between adding and subtracting integers. This also includes a one-of-a-kind number classification diagram that actually shows how types of numbers are contained within others. Absolute value and modelling on a number line providing o

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Operations with Rational Numbers is a core foundation unit to begin each and every school year with! Reviewing and extending upon the concepts of rational numbers, positive and negative integers, fractions and more are definitely skills to implement and review throughout the school year..
This Oper

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Also included in: Seventh Grade Math Interactive Notebook Bundle- All Standards

The topic of this Scavenger Hunt is Adding and Subtracting Negative and Positive Integers. These questions are more difficult as the values are larger and most problems include 3 or more terms.
This scavenger hunt can also be purchased here as part of a bundle: 10 Integer Operations Scavenger Hunt

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Solve & Draw resources provide that practice in a unique and creative way that will keep students engaged as they practice and review with the Order of Operations! This is a bundle of No-Prep Printables and Task Cards for the order of operations using positive integers.
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This is two circuits for the price of one!
Your students need practice adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing positives and negatives... and here is some great, engaging practice for them!
First Circuit: Operations with signed numbers... 20 problems with single operations (addition, subt

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Students will collaborate to create a board game using what they have learned about positive and negative integers (adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, absolute value, and rational numbers). What's Included:1. A breakdown of daily requirements to keep students on task2. Project description f

The topic of this Scavenger Hunt is Adding Negative and Positive Integers. These questions are more difficult as the numbers are larger and most problems include 3 or more terms.
This scavenger hunt can also be purchased here as part of a bundle: 10 Integer Operations Scavenger Hunts
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Order of Operations Coloring Page
This is a great activity for middle school students to use as review of Order of Operations. Students will also be required to evaluate expressions to complete each problem. These problems use both positive and negative integers, this would NOT be recommended if yo

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Scientific Notation Bingo!
This BINGO activity consists of 20 problems and 20 unique bingo cards. The problems include the following skills:
*Converting from Standard Form to Scientific Notation (Positive and Negative Exponents)
*Converting from Scientific Notation to Standard Form (Positive an

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This is a Pre-Algebra Power Point covering the skill Evaluating Algebraic Expressions. All problems in this Power Point do not require knowledge of Integers (negative numbers).
This Power Point takes students through a review of Order of Operations followed by an introduction- with note taking cove

I created these number line sticks in 2001 when I could not find any vendor that carried a vertical number line. My students struggled with adding and subtracting negative and positive numbers and this helped them visualize and internalize the skill.
The number line is an easy model for students t

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Hot Seat has become a review game that my students love. I also holds each student accountable, no one can get away without participating. Once you do one trial run with your kids, they catch on. All you need is about 5-7 small white boards and markers. The directions are provided in the Preview and

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