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Rainbow to 10 anchor chart. Great for students learning addition. Also would be great for teaching addition of integers. i have never seen anything like this it is great if for if a child has trouble grasping the concepts of addition and subtraction

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

Adding & subtracting positive and negative numbers on a number line. (Free printable number line and 'walking man' available on her page! Worked for my whole class, lowies used manipulatives, uppers moved on quick.

123 Switch! (Game to Practice Adding/Subtraction Integers)

123 Switch! (Game to Practice Adding/Subtraction Integers) (A Sea of Math)

(Game to Practice Adding/Subtraction Integers) switch it up to figure missing integers to introduce equation/variable for those who may not have exposure to it or be comfortable. Use as warm up activity when working with other groups

Dump It! for combinations of 10

It's time to talk about math! The Kindergarten Math Centers {by Create-abilities} comes with 354 pages of number sense, counting, and cardinality math games and activities! Each print and go center can be tailored to the needs of your students and differe

Face-Off! An Integer Card Game--like War--can cover all addition, multiplication, and subtraction of integers...did this with the kids and they loved it...even requested to play again the next day

Face-Off! An Integer Card Game

Integer Addition and Subtraction page.  After answering all of the questions, students color in according to the key at the top of the page.  The finished product is a fish!  Answer key is a different pin.

Integer Addition and Subtraction page. After answering all of the questions, students color in according to the key at the top of the page. The finished product is a fish! Answer key is a different pin.

Math activity... adaptable to so many skills! Kind of like a one-person game of "I Have... Who Has…" for  a center.

DIY Mental Math Game

Classroom DIY: DIY Mental Math Game Instead of using cards -- popsicle sticks are more durable and easier to store

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70 Cool Math Games

Mental Math Game with popsicle sticks. You can use this game with random facts, addition, subtraction, times tables or all of the above!

This easy DIY number line counting tool is perfect for young children that are starting to learn the concept of counting on a number line.

DIY Number Line Tool for Easy Counting

This easy DIY number line counting tool is perfect for young children that are starting to learn the concept of counting on a number line.

Print + Go with this quick + easy assessment on Rational Numbers. This can be used in the format of "Scoot" or let students freely work through each question. This 16-question assessment is color-coded to the CCSS! Review the following concepts: * Addition + Subtraction of Integers and Rational numbers * Multiplication + Division of Integers and Rational Numbers * Applying operations with Rational Numbers to Expressions and Equations

Rational Numbers Assessment

Print + Go with this quick + easy assessment on Rational Numbers. This can be used in the format of "Scoot" or let students freely work through each question. This 16-question assessment is color-coded to the CCSS! Review the following concepts: * Addition + Subtraction of Integers and Rational numbers * Multiplication + Division of Integers and Rational Numbers * Applying operations with Rational Numbers to Expressions and Equations

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