Integer Operations Puzzle BUNDLE - Fun Math Activity

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Amy Harrison
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6th - 9th
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I used this with my 7th and 8th grade math lab classes. The puzzle aspect kept the students interest.
I love these! Such a fun and challenging way to review content. My students loved working both independently and in small groups to solve these.

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    Integer Operations is BORING! Puzzles are a great change of pace from the usual worksheets and review.

    This is a bundle of four puzzles: adding integers, subtracting integers, multiplying integers, and dividing integers.

    These will keep your restless students engaged and provide a challenge to everyone in the class - regardless of their fluency in integer operations!

    Completing a puzzle is a great way to stimulate the mind! It’s a new way to practice the same old stuff.

    Check the ratings and reviews - your classes will be begging for more puzzles!


    • 4 Puzzles
    • 60 pieces
    • 64 match ups


    • Independent Practice
    • Group Work
    • Homework
    • Assessment
    • Review


    Option 1: Use a puzzle to mix things up! Print the complete puzzle mix up page, and the complete puzzle worksheet. Then, have students complete the puzzle, glue it on the worksheet, and turn is as an assignment. If you have any students that don’t want to they can write down all of the problems one notebook paper and solve them. Later, you can display these assignments.

    Option 2: Print, cut out, and laminate the bigger puzzle pieces. Then, store in plastic baggies. Distribute to students in groups to solve the puzzle. See who can solve it the quickest! Keep all 4 puzzles on standby!

    How to solve the puzzle:

    • Solve each expression to find the answer.
    • Match up expressions with their correct answer.
    • When matches are found, place the puzzle pieces and work on the next part.
    • Make sure that all shared lines represent the same number.
    • Once everything matches up, you are finished! Congrats!
    • Glue puzzle pieces on worksheet (if you are using the worksheet).
    Total Pages
    Answer Key
    Teaching Duration
    3 hours
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