Teaching in Room 6: great explanation of adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers

Teaching in Room 6: great explanation of adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers

Positive and Negative Numbers Cheat Sheet How-To

Positive and Negative Numbers Cheat Sheet How-To

Definitely the nuclear bomb... Probably looks like the Bullet Bill from the Mario games too...

Definitely the nuclear bomb... Probably looks like the Bullet Bill from the Mario games too...

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

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.

This FREE multiplication game is a great way to get students to practice their multiplication facts in math centers!

We've "Mathified" The Squares Game!

This FREE multiplication game is a great way to get students to practice their multiplication facts in math centers!

Helping the students to understand how to add and subtract positive and negative numbers using a number line

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Helping the students to understand how to add and subtract positive and negative numbers using a number line

Positive and Negative Numbers Game | Activity | Education.com

Positive and Negative Numbers Game

Positive and Negative Numbers Game | Activity | Education.com

**Same idea, 4th grade appropriate facts *** Fact Fluency Puzzles and other fun ideas

**Same idea, 4th grade appropriate facts *** Fact Fluency Puzzles and other fun ideas

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.

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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