# Integers activities

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## Integers

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Route 22 Edu: Test Prep Hack: Integer Activity Using Cups

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Integers- Bulletin Board Math by berrylizious, via Flickr

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Integer Rules Poster -- I love the "love/hate" section at the bottom! Cool approach

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Integer Addition and Subtraction page. After answering all of the questions, students color in according to the key at the top of the page. The finished product is a fish! Answer key is a different pin.

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*** FREEBIE **** INTEGERS: Add, Subtract, Multiply, Divide 48 AWESOME Questions - GAME Classroom Ready, Classroom Tested, Student Approved :) JUST PHOTOCOPY AND USE :) A teachers dream....

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Integers Foldable. I'm a huge lover of foldables, they are notes the kids ENJOY taking and can actually USE!! What's not to love!?

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Real World Examples on Application of Integers -An excellent way to make math meaningful and relevant to your students. It's a realistic simulation of personal finance. The full project involves a 16-page packet for each student. This includes an explanation of each approximately 20 expenses and a discussion of income and deductions (taxes and insurance).

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If You Introduce Integers, You Don't Want to Miss This as seen on Fifth Grade Flock www.fifthgradeflock.com

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Integers card game: The red cards are negative and the black are positive. Each player starts with 6 cards, drawing one at the beginning of their turn and discarding one at the end. The goal is to play pairs that equal 6 or -6. The person playing 3 pairs first wins. The other players add the absolute value of their cards to get a score. The goal is to have the lowest score at the end of the game.

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