Demonstrate integer addition for students using this sheet on an Elmo or other classroom projection system.
The top box supplies integer addition problems.
The bottom box asks students to write their own integer addition problems and demonstrate how to solve them using a number line.
Enlarge this sheet at a local printing company or local education agency to use as a poster or anchor chart. For additional benefit, laminate the enlarged version to work multiple problems for students using a dry erase marker. Then, this enlarged sheet can be used a math center for students to work their own integer problems.
Invite students to color this sheet and cut it out to glue in an interactive notebook. The sheet may have to be reduced on a copy machine depending on the dimensions of the interactive notebooks.
Search for and watch online videos to demonstrate integer addition for students.
Print a class set of these sheets on cardstock paper and then laminate them. Students can work a variety of problems this way. If records are needed of this student work, photograph the sheets for easy printing and review.
Print these sheets on duplicate or triplicate paper so students can take a copy home to share with their parents or to use for additional study and homework help.
Invite students to take their notes on these sheets in color to help with recall.
Use this sheet as an assessment.
To accommodate special needs, ask students to demonstrate one, two, or three integer addition problems.
Demonstrate each step of solving integer problems in a designated color.
Be sure to teach students how to check their integer problems on a calculator as well.