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You will download 30 real world integers task cards for 6th grade, 7th grade, middle school and special education math students to practice real world integer phrases. Ideas for integer games and activities are included, such as a scavenger hunt or SCOOT. Use them in math centers or stations as a r

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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.
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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

This download contains a set of 20 colored and 20 black and white task cards to support CCSS 6.NS.5. The questions cover each of the situations covered in the CCSS for this strand. Students are also required to read charts, diagrams, or use logical reasoning for some of the questions.
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Students will use football scenarios (yards gained and lost) to solve integer problems.
This file includes a number line at the top that students could use to help them visually trace the gains and losses of the football team.
This was always a fun one during football season for my students. We wo

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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

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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

Real World Integers
This Lesson Bundle includes:
-Flashback/Bell Ringer
-Guided Notes Handout
-Real World Integers PowerPoint
-Whole Class & Individual Ex.
-Real World Integers Exit Slip
-Multiply & Divide Integers Homework
This lesson requires students to construct & solve an algebr

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Students utilize number lines to gain a conceptual knowledge of solving real-world problems involving adding & subtracting integers. Students must also recognize words that indicate a positive or negative integers, such as "below ground level" or "descend." Additionally, students may practice w

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This project challenges students to apply integer addition in real-world contexts: Checkbooks, football, and in game-play. In addition to the project printables and instructions, this 22-page document includes the lesson plan (with NCTM standards), recommended resources, student rubrics, and an Op

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Students will write an integer to represent various situations one might encounter in the real world. These integers will match up with a letter that spells out a riddle for students to answer, "Why was the math book sad?" Answer: Because it had a lot of problems.

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Smart Notebook lesson plan that includes notes, definitions and practice. Anytime you see a pointing finger, click/touch for hidden work/information.
* Editable so you can modify to fit your needs.

Students must write and solve integers and/or expressions to represent real-world problems involving multiplication & division with integers.

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Students often struggle to transcribe appropriate expressions to represent word problems in general, especially involving integers. This worksheet starts with what students know--the answers. Students often solve incorrect expressions without ever giving thought to the reasonableness of their answe

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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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Integers Activities: You will receive 6 free integer task cards for 6th and 7th grade and special education math students. Ideas for games and activities are included, such as a scavenger hunt or SCOOT. Use them in math centers or stations as a review, test prep, formative assessment or extra mornin

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In this flipped classroom video, you will learn where integers are seen in real life and how to use integers to represent real world scenarios.

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This is a 5 page lesson that gives examples for using integers in the real world, compare, order, and graph integers, and take a look at absolute value. Answer key included!

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This activity consists of 7 multi-step word problems involving rational numbers (fractions, integers, and decimals), and a recording sheet to help students solve the problem. The activity could be done a number of ways.
I copied the seven problems on card stock. I then divided the class into seve

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 set of 30 task cards focuses on the skill of understanding integers through real life examples. Meaningful applications allow students to gain and broaden a deeper understanding of both positive and negative integers.
I am always looking for meaningful practice for students other than workshe

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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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This product allows students to practice working with both integers and rational numbers using real-world situations. The problems involve sky-diving scenerios, based off of Felix Baumgartner's famous jump. The first 2 pages include a link that can be copied and pasted into your browser to show mor

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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