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Integers can be a tricky thing for students. This activity focuses on integers and how they are used in the measure of elevation. This packet contains a worksheet with various locations, their elevations, and questions about them. However, to make

Three different activities to help students connect positive and negative numbers with real world situations. Students will analyze vocabulary and determine whether situations are positive or negative or zero AND determine which integers are represented. These activities can be used in various ways-

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Also included in: Rational Numbers and Number System Growing BUNDLE 6th Grade Math

Use the activity to have students sort the different words that represent positive and negative integers. This can be used as your introduction to integers activity.
The task cards then have students name an integer that represents the different real world situations. There are 32 task cards with

Excited to try decorated notes but need a product that will fit inside your interactive notebooks? Then Decorated 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 Decorated Note Brochures c

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A hands-on way for students to practice identifying positive, negative, and zero values for real world situations. Aligned to CCSS 6.NS.7c., but great for 7th and 8th grade review, too. Answer key included.
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Order vs Absolute Value Notes and Maze- 6.NS.7d

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Give your students a reason behind the use of integers. These 20 task cards allow your students to see that the use of positive and negative numbers has a purpose outside of their math homework! 16 of the cards give students a situation and ask them to write the integer to represent that situation

This article is written for middle school students to learn about integers in the real world. It includes three examples as well as explanations on comparing and computing integers. I use this in station rotations on understanding and ordering positive and negative numbers. A graphic organizer is in

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Integer and number line concepts become clearer when students set them in context. I love the minions of Despicable Me, and thought drawing them in settings such as going shopping, to the bank, sky-diving, or swimming with the dolphins, would be way more engaging than doing umpteen real world word

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Students will LOVE this activity where they can cut and paste different sea animals. Students will cut out each animal and glue them onto the diagram based on the animals descriptions. Then students will answer some simple questions regarding absolute value and integers on a number line. Real world

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Integers Class Set of Line Up Cards, created by Tricks and Treats for Teaching. These are GREAT for Real-World, physically having students line up to understand the ordering of Integers, using these great printables. You get 2 numbers per piece of copy paper. Just print and cut apart. Hand students

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Bundle includes interactive notes to introduce adding & subtracting integers (foldable & graphic organizer), differentiated activity for independent practice with all four operations with integers (Can You Make it to the Top), & 8 quick means of assessment/review of student mast

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Introduce integers by having students translate real-world scenarios into positive, negative, or zero values. Students will read 55 short situations including words like deposit, withdrawal, increase, decrease, above, below, debt, sea level, discount, descend, and more. Each of these situations corr

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Teachers ~ you'll LOVE using this Intro to Integers Activity with your students. It's PERFECT for displaying their work in the classroom or hallways for Open House! You can either assign them an integer, or let them chose their own. You get Step-by-Step instructions on Powerpoint and Smartboard Slid

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This activity allows students to practice writing inequalities from real-world situations. Students will also answer real-world questions related to the inequalities.

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Introduction of integers through a game called Math Fever. Students analyze and compare team scores that deal with negative and positive numbers. This is exploratory, interactive and engaging a 7th grade class.
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-A slide introducing the unit, Rate and Proportional Relationships with the co

Integers Demystified! This integer operations curriculum unit includes lessons that support 6th and 7th grade standards for the Texas TEKS and the Common Core (CCSS). It has guided notes on integers operations, including adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing integers. It also has materials

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This is a comprehensive set of interactive notes for introducing integers. The notes include real-world integer vocabulary and integer operations. Each set of notes is completely unique to this resource with original art work on the real world integer vocabulary notes. Everything is designed to b

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This 65 page file includes station activities focused on integers and other rational numbers. They are designed to align with common core standards for sixth grade math. You save 15% when buying the bundle as compared to all the activities purchased individually. As I add more activities, I will inc

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Have a great time reviewing with this BINGO Game covering Integers! Topics include using number lines, adding and subtracting integers including double negatives, identifying ordered pairs, real world problems and interpreting graphs.This activity brings a lot of FUN into a normally dull topic and

Wanting to integrate technology into your Task Cards? Try these QR Code Integer Task Cards for a self-correcting Math Center! Students will be challenged with the number lines, ordered pairs, graphing points, finding distances between points, counters and using positive and negative integers! Other

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A set of 10 Review Stations all about Integers! Practice with negative and positive integers, number lines, word problems, counters, operational rules and more! I love to use these after we have learned the content and as a wrap up activity. Students should feel confident in their abilities and rea

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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.

Wanting to integrate technology into your Task Cards? Try these QR Code Rational Numbers Task Cards for a self-correcting Math Center! Students will be challenged with using all four operations, fractions, some negatives (to add rigor), substituting fractions in for letters, word problems and more!

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This is a real world problem-solving activity for Grade 7 and 8 students. It directly links to the Ontario Mathematics Curriculum Expectations and Processes. Math needs to be connected to real world situations. This activity provides a purpose for students learning. Students will be applying their k

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