Integer Knockout!! Review game 6th or 7th Grade math

Integer Knockout!!  Review game 6th or 7th Grade math
Integer Knockout!!  Review game 6th or 7th Grade math
Integer Knockout!!  Review game 6th or 7th Grade math
Integer Knockout!!  Review game 6th or 7th Grade math
Integer Knockout!!  Review game 6th or 7th Grade math
Integer Knockout!!  Review game 6th or 7th Grade math
Integer Knockout!!  Review game 6th or 7th Grade math
Integer Knockout!!  Review game 6th or 7th Grade math
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This is an engaging game that reviews adding, subtraction, multiplying and dividing integers. Students will problem solve and use critical thinking to win each round.

Directions:
Round One- Player Closest to Zero Wins: One player deals two integer cards face down to each player. Use the two cards that you are dealt to get as close to zero as possible by adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing the numbers.
Round Two- Player with the largest integer wins: One player deals two integer cards face down to each player. Use the two cards that you are dealt to get the largest integer possible by adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing the numbers.
Round Three- Player with the smallest integer wins: One player deals two integer cards face down to each player. Use the two cards that you are dealt to get the smallest integer possible by adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing the numbers.
Round Four- Player with the greatest absolute value wins: One player deals two integer cards face down to each player. Use the two cards that you are dealt to get the integer with the greatest absolute value possible by adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing the numbers.
Notes:
Once you have finished the four rounds, start over, and go through rounds 1-4 as many times as you can.
Keep track of the winners using tallies on the score board below.
You chose which number you want to come first, and which number comes second.
For example if you get the cards -8 and 7, and you decide to use subtraction, you could either use -8 -7 or 7 – (-8) . Depending on which round you are in, you will want to use the operation and order that gives you the best answer.
Total Pages
3 pages
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Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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