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Comparing and Ordering Integers Task Cards and Recording Sheets CCS 6.NS.7a
This set of 20 task cards covers comparing and ordering integers in common core standard 6.NS.7a. Students will compare and order integers. This also includes 3 different types of recording sheet. These cards are great for

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I created these task cards for my 5th graders to use in class. I love using task cards in my math workshop rotation. They are a great way to have students practice skills without giving them a boring worksheet.
These are common core aligned to 6.NS.7, which is a 6th grade standard, but these task

Integer Task Cards: You will download 30 integer task cards for 6th grade, 7th grade, middle school and special education math students to practice ordering integers from least to greatest.
Ideas for integer games and activities are included, such as a scavenger hunt or SCOOT.
Use them in math

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Switch is a very challenging game that gives students the opportunity to think about how to compare and order integers. Each student is dealt a hand of six cards. Students must look at their numbers carefully. They are not allowed to reorder the cards but must maintain the order they are dealt. This

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Math boards are a terrific way for students to have mixed practice! 6th graders need lots of practice with integers and absolute value because it is a new concept for them! This product has students practicing comparing and ordering integers and integers with absolute value. Since the cards are p

Do your students roll their eyes and groan when you tell them it's time to compare and order integers? Of course they do.
But they won't if you use this fun, Safe Cracker worksheet!
Students can become world famous safe crackers! When old safes are found or when people lose their combinations, th

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This activity can be used as a math center, group or class activity. It includes 36 cards (whole numbers, decimals and fractions both negative and positive). Students order numbers from least to greatest and place them on a number line banner (can be downloaded from my TPT store).
For more of my

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These 36 integer task cards are differentiated and cover Comparing and Ordering Integers. Students are asked to compare integers using the less than or greater than sign. They are also asked to order integers from greatest to least and from least to greatest. There is a student recording sheet and

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Have your students practice ordering integers in a fun way. This file includes a tic-tac-toe style game with an answer key.
***Please check out my Integer War game (comparing integers).
***Please check out my other tic-tac-toe games on integers and other topics.

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The practice page includes ten total word problems. 5 problems related to comparing and ordering integers and 5 spiral review problems related to fraction and decimal operations.
Also, check out my other integer products- Adding and Subtracting Integers Practice PLUS Spiral Review, Human Number L

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These 3 worksheets are differentiated and cover Comparing and Ordering Integers. Students are asked to compare integers using the greater than or less than symbols. In ordering integers, students are asked to order from greatest to least and from least to greatest. Answers are provided for easy g

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This powerpoint walks students through comparing and ordering decimals. The last two slides of the powerpoint are the guided student notes for students to fill in the blanks of throughout the powerpoint.
Also, check out my other integer products- Adding and Subtracting Integers Practice PLUS Spira

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Looking for engaging notes that maximize class time and retention? Doodle notes are research based and combine words with visuals that boost student recall of information. They help students see what is important and visualize mathematical connections.
Print full size for a binder, folder or ha

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Students order integers in this math pennant activity that doubles as classroom decor. Each pennant comes with 4 integers to order. Students cut out their 4 integers and order them from least to greatest before pasting them onto their pennant. On each pennant there is an additional question for stud

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The Early Bird Learns!
This set contains:
• 24 task cards designed to practice comparing and ordering integers. To see an example of the types of questions on the task cards, please view the preview page.
• Title task card.
• 3 take a break cards.
• A student recording sheet (color and bl

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Students are given 12 cards to cut out and sort into two categories, either correct or incorrect. The cards consist of either comparing integers or ordering integers. Once the students have sorted them correctly, they then need to rewrite the six incorrect cards to make them true statements.

Set of 48 cards displaying integers. Student order through guided practice, independent learning, or collaboratively with peers.

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This download is for an editable version of 2 worksheets I have created on Integers.
The first worksheet uses description words to determine positive versus negative. Words such as deposit/withdrawal, loss/gain, increase/decrease.
The second worksheet uses the number line to compare and order int

This foldable provides organized practice for comparing & ordering integers. Students will use the number line to order a set of integers, then use inequalities to compare.
There are a total of 10 examples within the foldable.
This foldable is PERFECT for interactive math notebooks. Works gre

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Do you need math activities on Comparing and Ordering numbers? Look no more. You will find a collection of 30 activities that teach students how to compare and order numbers in fun and motivating ways.
Some activities include:
•Each student is given a sticky note. They are instructed to write a

Exit Slip: Comparing and Ordering Integers
The exit slip is designed to get a quick read on how your class is doing with comparing and ordering integers. There are 6 exit slips per page to save paper.
Need other integer activities? Check out the links below!
Adding and Subtracting Integers QuizA

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A perfect compliment to the grade 6 Middle School Go Math Module 1.2 Lesson - Comparing and Ordering Integers.
This SMART Notebook accompaniment to the consumable textbook outlines the lesson slide by slide. Includes the essential question, key vocabulary, definitions, and visual examples. It also

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For this practice sheet, students will answer a total of 29 questions that involve comparing and ordering integers with absolute value. This practice sheet can be used during whole-group instruction, small-group instruction, rotations, and more.
More details about the 29 questions:
-9 questions c

I love using math games to teach my students and reinforce skills they have learned. Hi Low Ordering Integers Math Game is a wonderfully fun way to introduce students to ordering integers using a math game. In this math game, students use their skills of ordering and comparing integers to capture m

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Click Preview to view the entire lesson for FREE!
Students explore comparing and ordering integers using real world applications. Lesson includes a game of integer war with directions explained and template for students. Agenda includes a do now, vocabulary matching, guided practice, independent pra

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Task Cards for Absolute Value, Opposite Positive & Negative Integers, and Ordering Positive & Negative Numbers
6.NS.C.5 6.NS.C.6.A
36 Task Cards for Students to Practice Identifying Absolute Value of Numbers on a Number Line, Recognizing Opposite Values &
Ordering Positive and Neg

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Get your kids engaged with integers by going on a scavenger hunt! This follows Common Core standard: CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.6.NS.C.7.B
Cut out the 20 questions, and paste them around your room. The students can start at any problem, and it will lead them in the same order. Students will solve a prob

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This activity is designed to help students master the concept of ordering integers in hands-on cut&paste worksheet. Students cut sets of integers out and glue them on a separate page in order from least to greatest.

Great for Stations or a Class Wide "Scoot" with Partners!
These puzzles are easy to set up and self checking! To set them up just print (two sided), cut them out, and paperclip the sets together or sort into small baggies. Then students can organize them in order from least to greatest.
If they t

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BUNDLE! Integers Quiz + Review (Comparing + Ordering Integers, Opposites)
***Included in this Bundle***
• Integers Quiz
• Integers Quiz Review Guide
This quiz and review guide is designed for students that just finished learning about comparing and ordering integers and opposites.
Need other inte

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This short PowerPoint provides a thorough introduction to comparing and ordering integers. It starts with a review of comparing positive integers, and utilizes a number line to help students visualize differences in integers. Animations are set up to allow wait time and to control when answer is rev

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Comparing and Ordering Integers video (6 min) describes how to use the number line in determining the value of integers. Use this video with the ExamView bank of the same title to have the instruction match the practice. Perfect for the flipped classroom!

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ExamView bank of 20 questions (12 numeric, 5 multiple choice, 3 true false) comparing and ordering integers.

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“You Got Stomped!” is an engaging way for students to practice Math skills!
TEACHER INFORMATION:
• Print the game cards, ideally on cardstock. *Optional: laminate for durability and year after year use
• Put game cards in a small box or container of some kind. This helps ensure students can’t peek

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6th Grade Math Comparing and Ordering Integers in a PowerPoint Presentation
This slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed the lesson for my 6th grade class, but it can also be used for upper level class reviews. This lesson teaches how to use a number line to c

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This is a 30 card pack of Comparing and Ordering Integers Task Card set. These were created for middle school students.
What's included in this pack?
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30 Task cards- Broken down as follows:
8- Ordering four integers from least

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Integers Matching Cards:
*Includes 32 card with numbers to SORT into Integers and Not Integer groups, COMPARE two integer cards, and ORDER 3 to 5 integer cards
This is designed as a fun review for students to practice identifying, comparing, and ordering Integers. Great for station work or small g

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Integers Quiz Review
This quiz review is designed for students that just finished learning about comparing and ordering integers and opposites. There are nine problems total.
Need other integer activities? Check out the links below!
Adding and Subtracting Integers QuizAdding and Subtracting Integ

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This lesson has bell work, lesson slides, and an exit ticket. The lesson requires students to compare and order integers. The lesson also requires students to apply their knowledge of integer order to real situations.

Ordering Integers Task Cards
“Practice Makes Perfect!” With these task cards, your students will be able to practice key mathematical concepts.
The product includes:
-40 Ordering Integers Task Cards
-Answer Key
-Recording Sheet
You can get your students engaged with these cards in a variety of wa

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10 questions = comparing integers with <, >, and =
1 question = fill in missing numbers on a number line ranging from -15 to 15.
1 question = order a list of integers from least to greatest
Fully editable - Use as is or borrow items from this and use it any way you like. =)

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Use these rigorous but fun, comparing and ordering integers worksheets to review and practice the concept of integers. These handouts can be used as a daily homework assignment or a fun enrichment activity. No prep necessary. Just print and go. Perfect for 5th, 6th, and 7th-grade, homeschool, sp

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About this resource
This puzzle sheet encourages students to practice their number line visualization skills. These skills are crucial when learning to add and subtract integers. The task requires students to identify the largest integer in a number of sets to solve a riddle.
Both B&W option a

This 8 1/2 x 11, 2 page color-coded instructional guide explains the rules for comparing and ordering integers. It also gives an illustrated example. May be given as hand-outs, blown up as a poster, sent home as a homework guide, shrunk down as a desk aid or used as a mini lesson.

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This is a 31 page Smartboard lesson on how to compare and order integers. The lesson starts by explaining what integers are. Next the students identify different locations on a number line (including negatives). The students learn how to order integers from least to greatest and compare integers usi

This is an excerpt from my popular line of
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Excited to try doodle notes but need a product that will fit inside your interactive notebooks? Then Doodle Note Brochures are perfect for you!
Research shows that students who sketch, color, or doodle while listening to instruction tend to have better recall. These Doodle Note Brochures combine

These cards allow the students to practice ordering integers, ordering rational numbers and classifying rational numbers.
*Using the integers cards (green cards) the students practice ordering integers while they play Numbers War.
*If the rational numbers only cards (red cards) are added to the gree

Comparing and Ordering Integers Smartboard Lesson, created by Tricks and Treats for Teaching Math. 13 slides total, teaches how to compare and order integers. Lots of great practice for students. Please be sure to L@@K at my other TERRIFIC teaching resources. Thank You!

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This activity is designed to help students master the concept of ordering integers in hands-on digital activity. Students will have six different sets of numbers to order from least to greatest. Each set contains 5 integers. Students will click and drag the integers around on the screen to put th

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This Question Bank contains simple problems for comparing negative and positive integers, specifiying the absolute value or opposite of an integers, ordering a list of integers, and evaluating simple absolute value expressions. The absolute value expressions give a value of x = -9, for example, and

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This card game is similar in format to Blackjack. Pairs (or small groups) of students with a shuffled deck of playing cards aim for a total value of 16 or -16 points in their respective hands, without going "bust." The winner of each round earns one, two, or three points, depending on the nature of

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