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Read more →The Integer Addition Game does something very interesting. It uses the red cards for a negative value and the black cards for a positive value. This is a great strategy since the phrase “in the red” means a company is losing money and the phrase “in the

Read more →Submitted by Susan Checker Math I like to use a light weight checkerboard game. On each of the squares I write an integer ( if I want the game to involve integers), or a decimal, or a fraction. When the student plays checkers he/she must add, subtract,

Read more →Submitted by Susan Working with Integers Student rolls 5 integer dice. Then either: writes down the face integers in order, or adds them multiplies them Student who has the most done correctly within a given span of time is the winner.

Read more →Submitted by Era Integer War Game Objectives: In this lesson, students will: Learn how to add integers (2 or more integers together) Learn how to subtract integers Learn how to multiply integers Session time: (50 minutes) but can be continued for several days introducing new concepts Materials: One

Read more →Submitted by: Brenda Have students work in pairs. The students draw a card (there should be cards in the file folder with target numbers on each). The number that the card suggests is now the goal. One student rolls the die (can use 3-4 dice). The idea

Read more →Submitted by Adrea What you need: 3X5 note cards (50) Markers Scissors What you Do: Cut 3X5 cards in half. Divide equally so both players have 50 cards. Write integers from 0 through 20 on each set of cards (remember to use positive and negative numbers). Shuffle

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