A quick and fun way to review integer rules...just pick any two integers for the students to work on and practice. For example, say two numbers like -8 and 4, and their job is to find the sum -8 + 4, the difference - 8 - 4, the product -8 x 4, and the quotient - 8/4.
For beginner levels, make sure the two numbers are single digit, and are divisible (the first number has to be a larger absolute value than the second, like 10 and 5, 12 and 4, -16 and 8, etc. so the quotient becomes a whole number/integer).
For advanced students, pick two digit numbers and to make it more difficult, the two numbers that you pick are not perfectly divisible (the first number is -16 and the second is 10, which would give you a quotient of -1.6).
There are two activities on one page for your convenience.