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In this integers worksheet, students write the integer numbers in order from greatest to least and then from least to greatest.
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Chapter 2: Integers & the Number Line
Here is an extensive set of teacher's notes to help you teach all about integers. Begin by introducing a number line and how it can be used to visualize positive and negative numbers. Talk about absolute value and the additive inverse...
6th - 8th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Mayan Mathematics and Architecture
Take young scholars on a trip through history with this unit on the mathematics and architecture of the Mayan civilization. Starting with a introduction to their base twenty number system and the symbols they used, this eight-lesson unit...
4th - 8th Math CCSS: Adaptable
5 Dice: Order of Operations Game
Sometimes the simplest ideas can be the most challenging to solve! In this app, you are given five numbers and a set of operators, and you need to create an expression that when evaluated using the order of operations simplifies as the...
5th - 9th Math CCSS: Designed
How Do You Put Whole Numbers in Order From Greatest to Least?
So you want to put some given values in order from greatest to least? The instructor starts out by drawing a place value chart. She then inserts all the numbers into the chart. This helps you visually see their value so you can compare...
8 mins 6th - 12th Math
How Do You Put Whole Numbers in Order From Least to Greatest?
So you want to put some given values in order from least to greatest? The instructor starts out by drawing a place value chart. She then inserts all the numbers into the chart. This helps you visually see their value so you can compare...
7 mins 6th - 12th Math
Miss Integer Finds Her Properties in Order
Access prior knowledge to practice concepts like order of operations and exponents. Your class can play this game as a daily review or as a warm-up activity when needed. They work in groups of four to complete and correct review problems.
4th - 6th Math CCSS: Designed