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Monday, December 8, 2014

FREE Lesson Plan for Adding & Subtracting Integers

FREE Integers Video and Worksheets

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This integers adding and subtracting rules tutorial video may be used as a lesson in your 6th or 7th grade classroom. It is appropriate for any age learning the addition and subtraction of integers. Kids will learn integer addition and subtraction rules and will solve sample problems. Students may participate as they view the video as part of your lesson plan. An answer key is at the end of the video. 

Don't miss the FREE worksheets for students to use while watching this video.

 free adding and subtracting integers worksheets


These worksheets go along with a video (linked in the download) and work well with 6th grade, 7th grade and special education students. They will learn addition and subtraction rules and will solve sample problems. Students may participate as they view the video as part of your lesson plan. An anchor chart page is also included, along with an answer key.

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Here is a another great integers lesson from Math Antics.



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How about an integers card game for your classroom?

Student must reach the boiling point to win. 


Click here to see the full directions:

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Oh goodness, here is an integers song.

I would recommend having your students also create a more modern song or rap (LOL) to help students remember how to add and subtract integers.





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Number Line Game


This is also a great idea that I found on Pinterest even though it isn't addition and subtraction.

I would modify it a bit. 

Instead of bottle caps, I would use poker chips since they may be more accessible.

I would write positive and negative number on them and hide them around the room.

Student must find the chips and line the up in the correct order.

It will take team work and collaboration.

If you wanted to make a competition out of it, use two teams.

Hide red chips for team one and blue chips for team two.

First one to complete their number line, wins!



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You may also like these printable integer resources from our TpT store:

 free adding integers games activities task cards 6th 7th grade


Here are six free integer task cards for 6th, 7th or 8th grade students. They will practice adding positive and negative numbers. Scavenger hunt directions, along with other games ideas, are provided. A student response form and answer key are also provided. Task cards are a wonderful alternative to worksheets. Try them out with this freebie.

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.7.NS.A.1
Apply and extend previous understandings of addition and subtraction to add and subtract rational numbers; represent addition and subtraction on a horizontal or vertical number line diagram.

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You will receive 30 task cards to use as a review in your 6th or 7th grade math centers or stations. Scavenger hunt directions, along with other games ideas, are provided. A student response form and answer key are also provided.

These task cards are a great alternative to worksheets. They allow for movement in the classroom, which brain research shows increases achievement. Students can play SCOOT, have a scavenger hunt, or engage in other integer movement games.



You will receive 30 integer task cards to use in your math centers or stations as a review or test prep. Scavenger hunt directions, along with other games ideas, are provided. A student response form and answer key are also provided. 

Task cards are a fun break from worksheets. Students can play SCOOT, have a scavenger hunt, or play other games.

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You may also like these resources from our Amazon Associate store:

 integers game for kids math classroom activities


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