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The sum of three consecutive odd integers is 231. What is the largest integer? See how to unpack this word problem, set up an equation, and solve for the variable.
Young scholars find zero pairs and add integers using zero pairs and a number line. They generalize rules for adding integers. Students complete a matching activity on the Internet that helps them practice adding integers.
Using two colors of counting chips, seventh graders review the multiplication of rational numbers and then explore how to divide them. They play an online game, "Multiplying and Dividing Signed Numbers," and afterward they devise sign rules for dividing integers. You will find dialogue, diagrams, and links to useful support resources in this well-written lesson plan. 
Demonstrate how to add and subtract positive and negative numbers using tiles. Pupils complete a variety of activities on a worksheet, including mixed addition and subtraction problems, subtracting and adding opposites, and magic squares using integers.
Seventh graders work with integers. In this integer lesson plan, 7th graders review real life situations that involve integers. They practice adding positive and negative integers together in a variety of ways.
Students perform order of operation using integers. In this algebra lesson, students apply properties of integers as they add, subtract, multiply and divide integers. They work in groups to complete a RAFT assignment.
Here is an attractive assignment that instructs learners how to compare more than one integer on a number line. After the lesson, three practice problems follow. They require learners to place integers on a number line and then order from least to greatest, use inequality symbols to compare pairs of integers, and finally list planets in order of the hottest temperature to coldest. Nice!
Break down integers with this video. A teacher gives a basic definition and provides several examples of integers. The examples cover numbers that are integers as well as numbers that are not integers. A concise video, this resource would be useful as an introduction to or clarification of integers.
Introduce your class to integers with this video. This video provides a definition of integers, using examples of numbers that are integers and numbers that are not. A straightforward video that could be used to teach the concept as well as a reteach, a review, and more.
Confused about adding integers? Use a number line to help you get a visual on which way to move according to the sign of the numbers. Negative means you move left on the number line and then of course positive numbers mean you move to the right. See, you can do it!
In this integers worksheet, 8th graders solve 21 various types of problems to include writing statements given as integers, writing a positive or negative integer for each point on a number line, and arranging integers in order from smallest to largest. They also write an integer for each product and quotient and then, determine the value of each product and quotient in each. In addition, students calculate the mean for profits and losses.
In this integers of graphical representation worksheet, 7th graders solve 23 various types of problems that include graphing on a number line and writing an integer to represent each statement given. Then they write an equation using integers on a number line. Students also write the mathematical expression represented by the graphical representation on each number line and determine its sum.
Young mathematicians add integers using a number line. They create a number line on their Ti-73 calculator. Furthermore, they will add integers on the number line using vectors and addition expressions. Finally, these mathematicians will evaluate real-world examples that compare the values of integers.
Young mathematicians explore integers. They review adding integers through engaging in mathematical labs. Each lab station is designed to reflect one of the multiple intelligences. Resources for all activities are provided.
Sixth and seventh graders solve 19 various types of problems related to integers as objects models. They write an integer that corresponds to each letter on a number line and then, arrange the integers from least to greatest. Pupils also illustrate the sum and difference of integers and write an integer for the results of the difference.
Students add integers and use counters to create a visual. In this algebra lesson, students work in pairs as they use the computer to add integers. They complete an assessment on adding integers at the end of the activity.
In this integers worksheet, 9th graders solve 16 different types of problems that include writing an integer to represent statements, arranging integers from least to greatest, and using integers to write mathematical expressions. They also calculate equations by applying the order of operation in each. Finally, students solve 6 word problems relating to integers, temperature and voltage.
For this integers worksheet, 8th graders solve 10 various types of problems to include rewriting each statement using the convention for Positive integers and then calculate their answer. They also rewrite each statements without the brackets and unnecessary signs and calculate. Finally, students apply the order of operations to calculate a number of problems.
Students examine how to multiply integers and develop accuracy. In this multiplying integers lesson, students solve word problems while multiplying integers. Students explore positive and negative numbers as they relate to their product. Students practice strategies by completing worksheet.
In this word problem activity, student solve 32 number and consecutive integer problems.  Students use variables and algebraic reasoning to solve each problem.