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This is a set of math puzzle activities in which students will help to solve the mystery of Pete's Pet. Students will collect clues by completing various puzzles using their skills in adding and subtracting integers. Like the classic board game CLUE, they will then use the process of elimination t

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Students will practice adding and subtracting integers with this puzzle. Students will solve an expression and will match the solution to a different puzzle piece. This is a great way for practice that doesn't involve a worksheet. This resource includes:A Tarsia Style puzzle that students will have

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This activity requires students to solve one and two step equations in order to fit puzzle pieces together. Some equations involve fractions, decimals or integers. A fun way to practice a very important skills! Includes a version that is not already put together, so students c

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Students will practice multiplying and dividing integers with this puzzle. Students will solve an expression and will match the solution to a different puzzle piece. This is a great way for practice that doesn't involve a worksheet. This resource includes:A Tarsia Style puzzle that students will hav

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This is a 16 problem activity where students answer addition and subtraction of integers problems. I used this fun puzzle activity right after I taught the concept, so the problems are relatively easy so that the students can experience success with the concept. Students must cut out the numbered

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Order of Operations
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This 16 question order of operations puzzle has students solve a variety of problems using integer addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Many problems also incorporate the use of the order of operations. Once they solve the problem, they matc

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This is a great activity for practicing adding and subtracting integer addition and subtraction. Students put together matches from cut up rectangles. A "match" is a pair of expressions with the same result when simplified.
This works well as practice, homework, partner work, review, or even as a

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Google Drive Edition
This is the Google Drive Edition of my Solving Equations with Integers Puzzle. This product was created in Google Slides.
After you purchase this product, you will receive download and use instructions.
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This activity requires students to solve one and two step equati

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This puzzle is a great, engaging way for students to practice multiplying and dividing integers! Students can cut out their own puzzles (unless you choose to do so beforehand), as they are already jumbled! You may choose to have students work in groups, partners, or individually.
Print on colored p

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A self directed activity keeps students engaged and on task! Allowing the teacher to walk around and help students one-on-one. For this puzzle activity, students will practice adding integers ONLY. They will take the 4 x 4 grid and re-arrange the squares to create a new 4 x 4 grid making sure each s

Also included in: Integer Operations Bundle (Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying & Dividing) 7.NS.A.2

Need an activity or center that engages students in a real way to practice the much needed integer operation skill set? This collection of five integer puzzles provides an opportunity for students to practice in a unique way. Included in this resource is everything you need for individual practice

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This Integer Puzzle will give students an opportunity to practice their skills using all four operations using positive and negative integers. There are 4 puzzles to choose from and two levels each - it will make Differentiation of Instruction a breeze!
The Integer Puzzles require critical think

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Want a fun way to assess your students understanding of real life integers? Look no further. This fun puzzle will get your kids excited about an otherwise dull topic.
Included, you will find 3 sheets.
Directions for students are printed on the first worksheet: Cut out the squares. Complete the p

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With this download you get 3 versions of the same worksheet to help you differentiate in your class. Version 2 and 3 have the same problems.
Version 1 is the puzzle worksheet where students solve each problem and pick the correct answer to be given a clue of what to draw in a grid. If all the answe

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This package includes the following two puzzles:
Multiplying and Dividing Integers
Adding and Subtracting Integers
These puzzle is a great, engaging way for students to practice operations with integers! Students can cut out their own puzzles (unless you choose to do so beforehand), as they are a

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This 3x4 puzzle is a visually stimulating game to help students practice integer operations. This specific puzzle focuses on multiplying and dividing integers. Just print out the puzzle and cut along the dotted lines. Students must match the question with the answer to recreate the 3x4 shape.
This

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This 20- question, star-shaped puzzle provides students with practice adding and subtracting integers. Works great as a collaborative class work assignment, as a math centers activity, or reduced in size to be used as an interactive notebook page.You will receive:• 3 pages worth of puzzle pieces• s

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This is a worksheet puzzle in which students place integers and use order of operations to make a math sentence correct. There are no subtracting negatives. Some problems are much easier than others. There are both three and four integer blank sentences for students to complete. For some problems

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Integers Tarsia Puzzle {Addition & Subtraction}This is a wonderful engaging activity for students to practice their mental math skills on adding & subtracting integers. There are a total of 30 different problems. This activity works well for small groups or even individuals depending on how

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This 18- question, triangle-shaped puzzle provides students with practice adding and subtracting integers. Works great as a collaborative class work assignment, as a math centers activity, or reduced in size to be used as an interactive notebook page.
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• 2 pages worth of puzzle pi

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This 3x4 puzzle is a visually stimulating game to help students practice integer operations. This specific puzzle focuses on adding and subtracting integers. Just print out the puzzle and cut along the dotted lines. Students must match the question with the answer to recreate the 3x4 shape.
This wo

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This is a worksheet puzzle in which students place integers and use order of operations to make a math sentence correct. There are subtracting negatives. There are both three and four integer blank sentences for students to complete. For some problems there is more than one answer. Students can def

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In this engaging cut and paste activity students will manipulate puzzle pieces to match each integer problem to its solution.
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• a 9 puzzle piece page (to cut out)
• an answer key
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• 20 problem coloring page
• 10 problem worksheet
• I have,

This is a fun way for students to practice the Multiplying and Dividing Integers. There are 55 problems, and students won't even realize how many they are actually solving! As a teacher you only have to check the end result of each puzzle. There is a total of six puzzles. The first start out small,

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