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Adding and subtracting integers game with a deck of cards.
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Students play against one another with a modified deck of standard playing cards. They carefully consider the placement of two cards before subtracting in order to get the highest possible answer. They record their answer on the game board provided. In the end, the players add up their answers to
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I wanted my students to be able to independently practice comparing and adding integers. The first game is comparing integers with playing cards. The second activity is adding integers using positive and negative chips. You will have to have decks of playing cards to play, I typically have my studen
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This game helps students practice adding and subtracting integers. It can be used as a math center, an earlier finisher task, and also as a review game. Here are the directions: - Print out, cut, and place cards in three piles. The cards with pink monsters should be in one pile, the cards with oran
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Looking for a fun way to practice your students'working knowledge of integers? Here are three simple and fun games that require very few materials. Grab some decks of cards, a few dice, a paper clip and you are good to go. Print and have fun! These game address adding and subtracting integers, as
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Learning Objective: Students will practice manipulating integers with the four basic mathematical operations. Directions: Before you teach this activity, you need to print out the playing cards double sided and cut them out (or have the students cut them out before they play the game). You also
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The Integer Addition Game does something very interesting. It uses the red cards for a negative value and the black cards for a positive value. This is a great strategy since the phrase "in the red" means a company is losing money and the phrase "in the black" means that it's making money. If you us
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I created this product to help reinforce the concept of modelling integers using tiles. This game requires students to match an integer with its corresponding model. Students should have an understanding of zero pairs to be successful in this activity. Yellow circles are positive, while red circles
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The card game of war is applied to integers. Students turn cards over to find the sum and product of their cards to prevent confusing the concepts of addition of integers with the concepts of multiplication. Your students will express their knowledge using our record keeping table. Once completed
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The objective of the game is to add integers using counters Game Play: - 40 colored counters for each player (20 red, 20 blue) - Each player will draw one card and show a colored counter representation of that card. - The two players will then add the two number representations together. (agreeing
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Positive and Negative Cards {Integer Game} Each pair of students will need a standard deck of playing cards for this game. To begin with, you can have the students remove all the face cards. They will work with the number cards only until they have more practice with addition of integers. Explai
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This is a fun activity that engages students into learning integers. You can use dice, or a deck of cards to play.
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The objective for this game is to apply and practice their knowledge in adding integers. Materials: Deck of cards Players: 2 players or more ============================== Get the complete bundle of 6th Grade File Folder Math Games HERE on TPT ==============================
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Many teachers use the game integer war with a deck of cards to reinforce integer operations. A normal deck of cards works great for all operations except for division. This is a set of thirty-two cards with integer division problems on them for students to play war with. The graphics on the cards ha
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Objectives: In this lesson, students will: • Learn how to add integers (2 or more integers together) • Learn how to subtract integers Materials: Deck of cards
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Game used to practice adding integers using a deck of cards. Students try to get to a total of 100 positive or negative points. Students can play solo, pairs, or any number.
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★ Do you want your students to really understand Positive & Negative Integers? Then this is The Ultimate BUNDLE to help your students understand all operations with positive & negative integers with this packet of activities! ★ Several methods of solving problems with positive & negati
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This is a simple yet fun game to help students practice comparing integers, especially those pesky negative numbers. Each pair of students receives 40 integer cards that include numbers from -26 to 25 (mostly negative numbers). Students try to win by having the integer with the highest value. Mate
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A very easy and quick game for 2-3 players to develop a strong understanding of integers on a number line, and a perfect intro game for learning to add integers. Students must have the ability to think in terms of forward and backward direction before learning to add integers. This game will devel
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Integer War allows students to compare integers in a fun, interactive way. The rules of the game are the same as the player with the highest value card wins the round and collects all cards in play. Play as a whole group activity or keep a deck in your math centers for practice year-round. Relate
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Writing Linear Equations - A Coordinate Football Game: Easy differentiation and options for different grade levels / ability levels! The game includes options for the teacher: - Use Card Set A for basic linear equations in Slope-Intercept Form, or... - Use Card Set B for y-intercepts that are not
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This is a fun game to reinforce adding integers. Students are placed in pairs with a deck of the prepared cards. They will both flip over a card at the same time. The player to "whack" the card with the greatest value wins that round. The bright colors and cute gopher graphics are sure to capture yo
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This game is just like the game of War you used to play as a child. You remember the one. You and a friend would shuffle a deck of cards, you would each flip over a card and the person with the highest card won. The game continued until someone won the whole deck. This is just like that, but it
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Math + Cards + Games = Learning + Fun! I took every mathematics card game I have used in my classroom and put them in one fun packet! These games are a great way for students to build fluency in basic math skills. I have activities that work for grades Kindergarten through 7th grade! Having a vari
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