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# Multiplying Negative Numbers

Journal Wizard: Sleepy Man! Multiplying/Dividing Negatives and Positives

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7th Grade Math notebooks Click on link at bottom to see pics from notebook. This is a very nice example of an interactive notebook.

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Integer unit videos for intermediates! Multiplying Positive and Negative Numbers | Made Easy | PBSMathClub Repinned by Chesapeake College Adult Ed. We offer free classes on the Eastern Shore of MD to help you earn your GED - H.S. Diploma or Learn English (ESL). www.Chesapeake.edu

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### Are Your Early Finishers Making the Most of Their Time?

Here's a number version of a Boggle board (Noggle!). Includes students recording sheet. This would be a fun early finish board.

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Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: Plus Minus Printable Game (Multiplying Positive & Negative Numbers)

Hands On Math - positve and negative numbers

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

### Rational Number Operations Bingo

Review adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing rational numbers (positive and negative fractions & mixed numbers) with this fun and challenging bingo game!** Please note that this game is also included in my Middle School Math Bingo Bundle and my Rational Number Operations Bundle! **The rational number addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division questions in this game range in difficulty level as some questions contain two positive fractions/mixed numbers and others contain...

from Teachers Pay Teachers

### Integer Operations Doodle Notes

Adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing positive and negative numbers! Integer operations doodle note set -- right brain / left brain crossover for maximizing retention!

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

### Integer Operations Doodle Notes

Operations with Integers (Add, Subtract, Multiply, & Divide Negative Numbers) - Brain friendly "Doodle Note" set! Activates both sides of the student brain in math class for memory, retention, and focus!

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from Education.com

### Face-Off! An Integer Card Game

Integer Card Game - Two students play together. They both draw two cards and add them, then play again with subtraction. Whoever has the higher number collects all four cards. -- Would be great especially for students who are having trouble understanding negative numbers/greater than and less than/adding and subtracting quickly.

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