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These bulletin board posters will help your class learn adding & subtracting integers and will look GREAT on your wall! Every 6th, 7th. or 8th grade math class should have this integers anchor chart!

Oct 30, 2021 - Integers ~ Anchor Chart * Jungle Academy (click to watch YouTube video)

Oct 30, 2021 - Integers ~ Anchor Chart * Jungle Academy (click to watch YouTube video)

operations with integers | Operations with Integers - Notes and Practice - Mrs Mason ...

This file includes both student notes with practice and additional practice pages that can be used as classwork or homework. The four basic operations are shown with integers. The notes are in a "fill-in-the-blank" format which can be copied and put in the students binders. This format streamlines the teaching process by limiting the amount of time needed for students to copy the notes. Included with the file is an answer key for the blanks on the notes pages.

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Hearts with integers -10 to 10 look so cute and colorful hanging in a math classroom for Valentine’s Day! The perfect decoration that can be used for math discussions like rounding, integer operations, and estimating numbers.
Click on the link for a fun integer speed test. As a teacher or home-schooling parent, you can use this quiz to help your children or students to practice adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing positive and negative integers. It can help improve their mental math skills and help them become more independent by not relying on a calculator. There are 20 questions and they have 8 seconds for each question. In the videos description are links to free worksheets and memos covering integers.
Check out this fun and engaging adding and subtracting integers activity for Google slides. Your 7th grade, 8th grade, and middle school math students will love this activity better than any worksheet. Perfect for homework or review to practice integer operations. #makesenseofmath