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These two Smartboard slides will help students to learn the basic concepts of adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers using two different strategies. One strategy teaches students to use the ideas of banking with positive and negaitve dollar counters. The other strategy using moveable m
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Practive worksheet for adding positive and negative numbers. Great for homework or extra practice in centers.
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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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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.
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These checkers can be used to model adding and subtracting with negative numbers. Directions for how to do this are included on the first page of the document. The first page of the document contains "checkers" with positive and negative symbols for students to use at their desks or in small groups
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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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Create this Time Line on your own. Separate the two sides, placing a chip in the Negative or Positive box below. Have students remove chips based on lower number and what is left is the answer! for example -7 + 5.... Students place 7 chips on the negative side and 5 chips on the positive side. A
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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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A worksheet on adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers. Solutions are included. From https://placeformath.blogspot.com/p/worksheet-shop.html
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Extra practice for adding positive and negative numbers (7th/8th grade level). First sheet: Simple computation Second sheet: Word problems
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You will download six adding integer task cards for 6th, 7th or 8th grade (middle school) students. They will practice adding positive and negative numbers. Ideas for integer games and activities are included, such as a scavenger hunt or SCOOT. Use them in math centers or stations as a review, test
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The Football Number Line 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 is a great way to involve some of those h
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This song is sung to the tune of Row, Row, Row your Boat. The graphics help the students to remember the tuen and the words help the students to remember the rules for adding positive and negative numbers.
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This is a great activity for partners or math centers. There are two different variations depending on how much your students have learned about operations with integers. Students will either practice adding positive and negative numbers in one variation of the game or multiplying integers. Thi
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These one minute timed test were used in class to help students with their speed when adding positive and negative numbers. They are designed to be printed back to back so each student has a half sheet with two tests on it. They are also easy to edit and change for re-takes!
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Want some practice with adding positive and negative numbers? Here's an interactive way to do it! Use this form to record addition problems from the Interactive Integer App. This is a great way to use the "chip model" or Color Tiles as its called in this app. Don't have the App, you can get it on
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Students can practice adding positive and negative numbers with this puzzle. Students simply cut out the pieces and match up the problems to their answers. The numbers are small enough that the students should not need a calculator, allowing you to see if they understand the rules for adding integ
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A fun way to practice adding positive and negative numbers! Students are given a story of their day at the mall and their goal is to figure out how much money they end up with at the end of the day. Could be used as a fun warm up to review or a good hook lesson.
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This is a variation of math war, in which students practice fluency adding positive and negative numbers, and then are challenged to create algebraic expressions based on scenarios in the game to predict how they or their opponent could win.
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This student handout should be used along with the Sign Wars PowerPoint. It is a way to make adding positive and negative numbers a bit more fun! The thumbnail generated by TPT shows the text a little off-center, but when you download it, it should come out looking normal.
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This can be used as a mini-lesson, review, or an additional practice of Integer Addition. It is intended to be used with Algebra Tiles to visualize the process of adding positive and negative numbers. Suggestion: Print the original on a card stock (back to back). Make several copies and then lamin
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Give students choices about how personalize their learning and make it more meaningful. Students select options from the menu to help them master adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing positive and negative integers.
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Adding and subtracting positive and negative integers can be a difficult concept to grasp at first. I love using my Positive and Negative Squares with my learning support students. They are able to actually see how the problem is solved by manipulating their positive and negative squares to match t
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With this purchase you will receive a Google Form Quiz on adding and subtracting rational numbers. The instructions are easy to follow for you to make a copy of the quiz to your Google Drive. Then you can assign to your students using Google Classroom or some other method. Questions on this assess
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