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This is a math activity that has student order integers that have been printed on colored paper. The integers given must be printed out and place in an evelope.

In the Grade 7 Factors, Multiples and Order of Operations unit, students learn about what multiples and factors are and how to generate multiples and factors using a variety of tools and strategies. Students also learn about perfect squares and square roots and they are asked to represent perfect s

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This activity packet is aligned with the Ontario Mathematics curriculum. This packet addresses the following specific expectations:
- Represent and compare integers, using a variety of tools;
- Add and subtract integers, using a variety of tools;
What do the lessons look like?
This packet includes

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).
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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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This is a set of 3 mazes that will help your students practice and review order of operations. The mazes increase in complexity and include squares, cubes, distributive property and negative integers.
Included in this resource:
3 mazes
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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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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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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.

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:
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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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This activity is designed to be used weekly (all year) to reinforce comparing and ordering numbers, and the numbers get more complex as the year progresses. The students will start with just positive integers, and end with ordering all forms of numbers on a single number line. To use this activity

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

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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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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.
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•Each student is given a sticky note. They are instructed to write a

With this download you get 3 versions of a fun Order of Operations activity worksheet. All problems have 4 digits and parenthesis. No integers.
Worksheet 1 is a fun puzzle worksheet that will have students solving order of operations with parenthesis. Students will then match the correct answer to

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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 in

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Integers Activity is a fun way for students to practice ordering integers. All you need is 6 Styrofoam cups, 1 permanent marker, and the activity sheet for this deceptively challenging ordering integers task. It is a great station activity that will engage students.
Students will be required to st

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