7.NS.A.1 Adding Integers Task Cards - Middle School Math Stations

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Math stations are a great way to practice adding integers! When you get their bodies moving you get their brains moving too.

Math students often get restless. They LOVE to get out of their seats and move around.

They will actually enjoy practicing with these math stations or task cards as opposed to a traditional worksheet.

Each question contains only whole numbers.

CONTENTS:

  • 20 math stations or task cards
  • Two size options (2 to a page, 4 to a page)
  • Color option & "ink saver" black & white
  • Recording Sheet
  • Answer Key

WAYS YOU CAN USE THIS RESOURCE:

  • Task Cards
  • Math Centers
  • Math Stations: Tape down a card on each desk. Have students rotate around the room while answering questions.
  • Give to students who complete work quickly (you could even give them a whole sheet)
  • Warm-Up or Bell Ringer
  • Independent Practice

TIPS:

  • Laminate cards and use them year after year!
  • The small cards fit nicely in a pencil box - great way to store them and keep them in shape.
to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Apply and extend previous understandings of addition and subtraction to add and subtract rational numbers; represent addition and subtraction on a horizontal or vertical number line diagram.
Total Pages
42 pages
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Teaching Duration
50 minutes
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