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This worksheet is designed to help students practice comparing integers. The symbols included in this worksheet are less than, equal to, and greater than. The coloring sheet included 24 problems, an answer key, and a completed colored version.
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This is an interactive note sheet designed for students that love to doodle. It is an introduction to absolute value. It includes an answer key.
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A NBA coloring activity sheet where students will need to distinguish between different types of numbers (rational, irrational, integer, natural, or whole number). The athletes included are Stephen Curry, LeBron James, and Kobe Bryant.
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Students will grow confidence with describing positive and negative numbers as the identity key phrases. Students will cut key phrases out and glue them in the positive, negative, or zero column.
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This is a student friendly note sheet; it is designed with lots of room for productive doodling! It features the divisibility rules and examples for 2, 3, 5, and 10. The answer key is included!
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This is a cut and paste activity where students will work to compare and order integers. It was designed with centers in mind
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This is a doodle friendly guided note sheet. It is designed to introduce students to the inverse property of multiplication/reciprocal/multiplicative inverse.
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This is a great center activity! Students roll a die to complete the first column and the add across to fill in the table !
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This is a great who class activity game that will help students build fluency with key integer phrases. Students will hear/ read phrases and decide if they represent positive or negative numbers. It can also be adapted for centers where students get
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This product includes 24 task cards. Students will be asked to identify the distributive, commutative, associative, multiplicative inverse, identity, and zero properties.
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Students will enjoy coloring these bright emoji coloring sheets as they practice using key words to determine if phrases are positive, negative, or zero. This product includes four different images with four different problem sheets and answer keys.
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This is an introduction to integers note sheet. Students will love to work with these doodle friendly notes!
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This is an activity that is great for centers. Students will work in groups to find "matches" for absolute value problems.
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This is a color by numbers activity. Students will solve area problems for each triangle. Once completed, students will match their answer and color to the corresponding number on the shoe.
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This product is ideal for centers or an introduction to negative numbers. It is class ready no assembly required. Answer key included.
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A NBA coloring activity sheet where students will need to distinguish between different types of numbers (rational, irrational, integer, natural, or whole number). The athletes included are Stephen Curry, LeBron James, and Kobe Bryant.
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Students will color rectangles that contain the identity property. It will allow them to gain confidence in recognizing the identity property
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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th
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This product is centered around students learning how to categorize real numbers. There is a student friendly note sheet and a guided practice sheet. Both sheets include definitions, graphic organizers, and applications.
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Product includes 6 basic foldables on exponents. Students will fill in the front on exponential, word, and standard forms. Students will then open and expand the foldable to find the expanded form. The product includes four preselected foldables and
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I used this puzzle to reinforce parts of a circle and basic shapes for my ESL students. I recommend laminating on card stock so that they can be reused multiple times. If parts of a circle are not included can easily be used in lower elementary
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