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Working on Integers and looking for a few ways to mix things up? This could be the answer for you. This is a collection of three integer puzzles with a focus on adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing.
The first puzzle is the . To complete this maze, students will need to solve a variety (41 actually) of problems. As students solve these different integer problems they will weave around the board until they reach the finish line. It’s a nice alternative to a traditional worksheet as well as a quick and easy way to check student work.
The second puzzle is a collection of 26 triangle puzzle pieces with a total of 26 different multiplication or division problems using positive and negative numbers. As students solve a problem they look for another puzzle piece with the corresponding answer. Students will match the sides together. When finished, the solution will form a puzzle that is quick and easy to check. This puzzle also spells out the name of a location that helps make it quick and easy to check answers. Each puzzle piece is also numbered to make it easy to find missing pieces and to help tell the difference between pieces with the same letter.
is a collection of 25 different integer problems (add, subtract, multiply, & divide). Students will solve the problems and find the solution at the top. After the problems have all been solved, students can unscramble the letters to spell out the answers. The top row spells out a city and it’s state. The bottom row spells out just a city.
We've used this for station work, in our intervention classes and part of a menu board of options. It would also be ideal for using when you have a sub.