******* FIVE FUN ACTIVITIES INVOLVING INTEGER OPERATIONS *******
Keep students engaged by reviewing operations with integers in a fun and creative way. There are five different activities included in this packet that are perfect for any class. Pick the one that works best for review or do one each day as a warm-up for a quiz or test.
1. Integer Patterns: Students are given a list of integers and they must find the pattern to get to the next number. Patterns start off easier and get more complex. This is a great way for groups to work together to find the answer. Answer sheet included.
2. What Number am I?: This worksheet gives students hints about a mystery number. They need to figure out what the number is. Hints may include: I am less than 10, I am an even number, etc. This is a great activity to get students thinking about the properties of numbers and which ones relate to one another. Answer sheet included.
3. Follow the Rabbit Trail: Students start with an integer operations problem, then they plug in their answer to the next problem. This creates a chain of problems that can only have one solution at the end. This activity helps students with integer operations and being careful to check their work.
4. Integer Card Activities: A description of seven different activities you can do in your classroom right now! There are no materials required (just paper and pencil). These are great whole class activities that get students working together as a group.
5. Integer Dice Activity: There is a game board provided in the materials, the students need to roll the dice and do integer operation problems. The goal is to be the first person to get an answer of -10. Teacher just needs one dice for each group. This is a great way to have students solving problems and checking answers to make sure no one is cheating.
---- These activities are great to keep the kids active and engaged in math ----
Use these to review material in a unique and creative way!