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Integers Practice with Double Dice

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4th, 5th, 6th, 7th
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Operations with positive and negative integers have proven to be one of the most difficult topics for my middle school resource room students. Additional practice becomes monotonous for them....and this is where the Integers Activity with Double Dice comes in!

This activity is intended for use with a double dice. Students use double dice (or you can purchase dice of two sizes) to pick numbers at random. Using dice keeps the numbers low so that resource room students do not need to use a calculator for the calculation. The low numbers allows them to focus solely on practicing the integers rules for adding, subtracting, and multiplying. (I did not teach division until they had mastered multiplying.) The organization of this worksheet is appropriate for a middle school special education resource room (or basic skills room) or an upper elementary class.

Additional Materials Needed For this Activity:
Dice, 6 sided Double Dice, or 10 sided Double Dice
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3
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