Subtracting Integers Teacher Resources
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In this subtracting integers worksheet, students complete problems and fill in charts that require them to subtract integers. Students complete 8 problems.
Students add and subtract integers. In this middle school mathematics lesson plan, students use two-color counters to explore the rules that govern addition and subtraction of integers.
In this adding and subtracting integers worksheet, students review integer rules by completing 19 drill and practice questions. They work in pairs to compute the total left in a fictitious bank account after several withdrawals and deposits.
In this subtracting integers worksheet, students complete 20 problems. Each problem includes three integers.
Students add and subtract integers. In this algebra lesson, students discuss number sense as they sort numbers in the correct order. They analyze and label numbers differentiating between rational and irrational numbers.
Seventh graders explore the concept of adding and subtracting integers. In this adding and subtracting integers lesson, 7th graders use white and red beans to demonstrate adding and subtracting integers. Students play an on-line game where they must add the given numbers together to make zero.
Students explore the concept of adding and subtracting integers. In this integer lesson, students use strips of paper (various sizes) to add and subtract integers. Students visualize the process of adding and subtracting integers.
In this subtracting integers worksheet, students use 9 integer lines to help them solve 9 math problems that require them to subtract positive and negative numbers.
Young scholars subtract integers using counters. In this algebra lesson, students solve linear equations using an online tool. They use subtraction to isolate the variable.
Students add and subtract integers. In this algebra lesson, students add, subtract, multiply and divide integers. They apply the properties of numbers as they solve equations.
In this adding and subtracting integers worksheet, students find the sum or difference of 9 problems. Students then evaluate 4 expressions given certain values.
In this subtraction worksheet, students learn how to subtract integers using a number line. They read through the 3 examples on the page and then solve 6 subtraction problems.
For this integer addition and subtraction worksheet, students review and use five steps to help them add and subtract integers.
In this adding and subtracting integers practice worksheet, students sharpen their problem solving skills as they solve 6 story problems.
In this subtracting integers on a number line practice worksheet, students sharpen their problem solving skills as they solve 6 story problems.
Solve twenty-five adding and subtracting integers problems. Middle schoolers will draw diagrams using algebra tiles for four of the problems. Two examples are provided.
Sea level and debt have what in common? How to introduce subtracting negative numbers to your learners! The video introduces word problems that relate to different subtraction situations. These problems create good scenarios to explain the double subtraction, such as removing debt. Each problem relates back to the number line to show that sometimes we have to add to subtract. This is the second video in a four-part series. Use other videos for more practice with subtracting integers.
A hard concept to teach is why a double negative becomes a positive. The number line in this video demonstrates how the minus sign relates to the distance between two numbers. Show your learners how subtracting a negative number means to find the distance between those two numbers which adds them together. Also shows the relationship between larger and smaller numbers and whether the answer will be positive or negative. This is the third video in a series of four about subtracting integers.
Have your mathematicians see how integer chips relate positive and negative numbers to different colors that "zero out". The video practices a variety of subtraction problems that show how subtraction can sometimes lead to addition. Have your learners create their own integer chips to follow along with the video and practice on their own. This is the first video out of a four-part series about subtracting integers.
Middle schoolers use discs in order to add and subtract integers. There are manipulatives present so kinesthetic learners can access the curriculum. They also review the concept of the opposite of positive and negative numbers.