You are in the rear of a submarine with no windows. You are told to stay put until you reach your destination, but you insist on sneaking up to the front for a fabulous view of the ocean. The helmsman is an expert on integers, as the depth below sea level is a negative number. Each lock on the submarine doors can be opened by solving a series of questions involving integers. You must escape the guest quarters, then pass through the engine room, the galley, the control room, and finally access tunnel to the front viewing area!! The crew is on break, so you you have to act fast to get there.
Practice ALL OPERATIONS with integers using number lines, tiles, and rules!!
No paper required, but I included an answer recording sheet for students who like an organized space to record answers.
The file includes a link to the live form. You will not be able to make a copy, or have editing rights. This is a link for students to use, and raise their hand to show you that they are complete.
Please keep the link on a secure website so that it can't be shared.