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Use these task cards instead of worksheets to get students practicing identifying the additive inverse of numbers, using number lines to model expressions with positive and negative integers, and interpreting number line models to write mathematical number sentences. Supports CCSS 7.NS.A.1 and TEKS
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Use this game instead of a worksheet to get students practicing identifying the additive inverse of positive and negative integers, adding positive and negative integers, and representing their work on horizontal and vertical number lines. Supports 7th grade standard CCSS 7.NS.A.1 and TEKS 7.3B Inc
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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
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This foldable organizes the properties of additive inverses and real world situations with them. An answer key and additional word problem examples are provided. This is a great study tool and is the perfect item to add to an interactive notebook!
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Task Cards work so well. All we have done is take 30 problems and put them on cards instead of a worksheet. It is as simple as that to get students engaged!!!! Here, I give you 30 task cards for grades 6th and 7th common core (can be used in 8th as a refresher) that cover Comparing Integers, Abso
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Here is my latest creation! Do you need an interactive, fun, and engaging way to teach integers, zero pairs, or additive inverses? This PowerPoint is your answer, and will allow students to visually see what is happening when you add integers. It uses "good" and "bad" ninjas to demonstrate concep
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*****This product is now available in a Bundle Pack! Follow the link to check out the Complete 7th Grade Math Bundle Pack available in my TpT Store! ***** https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Complete-7th-Grade-Math-INB-Bundle-Pack-7th-Grade-TEKS-2405745 Interactive Math Journal Pages that a
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I use these task cards as a moving station review for my 7th graders. 30 task cards, that assess students' understanding of the following topics: - Integer sums and differences using multiple representations (integer chips, number-line, real-world situations etc.). - Identify and represent equ
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This multi-part lesson is a great addition to any number system lesson. Students will develop a greater understanding of additive inverse and absolute value using the following resources: *Problem of the Day: Students will begin class by taking a few minutes to answer the problem of the day. Studen
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"The mission of Common Core Math Solutions is to create engaging, highly effective resources for the math classroom" In this lesson students use the additive inverse to subtract rational numbers. This PowerPoint presentation may be used for classroom instruction and slides may be printed as works
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This lesson corresponds to the Common Core for 7th grade. Students are to practice rewriting basic subtraction problems using the additive inverse. This PPT starts off with a warm-up for students to compete at the beginning of class and then transitions into more practice problems that increase in
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25 Task Cards Answer Key Included 5 Question Stems: -Which of the following is not a related problem? -Which number sentence will help solve? -Which equation will complete the fact family? -Which equation could help you check this answer? -Which number makes the following number sentence tr
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This is a short assessment that I use for a homework assignment. Students will begin by writing the additive inverse of several numbers. Then, students must look at real life situations, and determine whether each of them are examples of additive inverse.
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Understanding the additive inverse. Understanding that the opposite quantities combine to make 0. Use of horizontal number line to prove answers. Understanding that subtraction of rational numbers is the same as adding the additive inverse. Florida 7th Grade Standard. MAFS.7.NS.1.1 3 work s
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This Worksheet Includes: * Practice questions to help students master Additive Inverse and Distance Between Two Points on a Number Line * Detailed Answer explanations for every question Plus access to Online Resources which include: * Additional practice questions * Instructional videos and mobile
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This is an ActivInspire Flipchart. In includes an additive inverse definition, examples, real-life word problems, and a "you try" section.
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Students will use two-colored integer chips to model the idea that a number and its opposite have a sum of 0 or are additive inverses. In this PowerPoint, the teacher will model this concept and will also allow students some independent practice.
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In this lesson, you will introduce it with a real world integer warm-up. Then you will introduce the concept of subtracting integers using the additive inverse. Students will complete an activity where they apply this new knowledge and then have a homework.
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Sort the problems into 3 categories according to the answer. State whether the answer is positive, negative or zero. Can be used as a quick informal assessment or used in an interactive notebook.
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As a teacher, it was very difficult to find a resource that helped my students see the connection between adding a negative and subtraction. Since many of them prefer to use number lines as a strategy, I decided that there needed to be resource to combine the two. This skill is so important and I ho
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This item is intended as a weekly homework page. It could also be used as bell ringers or extra practice. There are eight word problems, two for each day Monday through Thursday. There are two versions of the same worksheet. The first version is the regular version. The second version is the modifie
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Do you need an interactive, fun, and engaging way to teach integers, zero pairs, or additive inverses? This PowerPoint is your answer, and will allow students to visually see what is happening when you add integers. It uses "good" and "bad" ninjas to demonstrate concepts of additive inverse and zero
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CA standard 2.0 - part 1 of 11 (additive inverse)
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Math note book notes
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