# Subtraction of integers

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This jeopardy game is on Powerpoint and contains 5 categories: Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, Dividing, and Rules of Integers.There are 25 que...

Making a 10 to Add is a great math strategy to help students mentally add bigger numbers. It's a skill I picked up somewhere along the way i...

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Full-Year Algebra Bundle - Interactive Notebook Activities & Scaffolded Notes w/Answer Keys. Includes: Operations on Integers; Variables, Terms, & Expressions; Introduction to Algebraic Equations; Introduction to Polynomials; Equations, Inequalities, & Functions; Adding & Subtracting Rational Expressions; Multiplying & Dividing Rational Expressions; Graphing Lines & Linear Inequalities; Systems of Equations; and Square Roots & Quadratic Functions. #algebra #inb

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Probability Games from Diverse Cultures; Each lesson started with students learning about the game, “including the history and background.” Next, the students played the games and then were introduced to a relevant probability concept.

Addition & Subtraction of Integers - Fun Game - Batttle the Banker. This resource focuses on: adding integers, subtracting integers, fun lear...

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Adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers

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FUN GAME SETTING TO TEACH THE ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION OF INTEGERSStudents often become frustrated and confused trying to memorize rules for the ...

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This set of I Have... Who Has... cards can be used to review addition and subtraction of integers. The activity will engage all students in solving the problems.The set of cards can be divided into sets of 10, 15, 20, or 25 cards. So it can be used in a class with 15 students, 20 students, or 25 students. (Or some students can be given more than one card.) Each students gets a card and anyone can begin the activity by reading their Who Has ...

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