These reference charts are a great way to scaffold and support students as you teach integers.
When I teach integers, I do not allow my students to use their calculators. However, some of the students I work with do not have strong fundamental computation skills. So I created these reference sheets so that they can still access the curriculum without having to rely on their calculator.
Included in this download are three charts:
1. Integers Number Line (from -12 to +12) – great for simple addition and subtraction of integers.
2. Integers Hundreds Chart (from -100 to +99) – great for more complex (larger numbers) addition and subtraction of integers.
3. Integers Multiplication Chart (facts up to 12x12) – great for multiplication and division of integers; this also includes a graphic organizer for students to record the "rules" of multiplying and dividing integers (for example: a negative multiplied or divided by a negative yields a positive).
This is an easy-to-implement and powerful resource to give to students who may struggle without a calculator.