These multiplication and division task cards will help your students have a solid understanding of integer multiplication and division. This set contains: 96 multiplication and division integer task cards: 24 sets of 4. One integer card, one multiplication operation with two integers, one multiplication operation with three integers, and one division operation written as a fraction with the negative sign in various places.

This is 80 problems of practice for adding and subtracting integers. I have made the negative numbers in red if you have acccess to a color printer. By putting the negatives in red the students seem to understand the concept better. Once they become efficient I print it off in black and use it for a timed test.

Updated bundle includes my Understanding Integers Opening Activity, Understanding Integers, Opposites and Absolute Value PowerPoint Lesson, Interactive Notes, two pages of Practice Problems, a ten-page Common Core Student Investigation ), and the Understanding Integers Assessment - all at a reduced price!Start with the opening activity for students just learning the basics of integers.

INTEGERS Word Problems - Task Cards Use these 40 task cards with your students to help them practice PROBLEMS SOLVING with INTEGERS. What is Included: This resource includes 40 task cards, a student answer sheet, and an answer key.

Integers & Absolute Value Task Cards - The Curriculum Corner

This BUNDLE includes 40 task cards, 10 error analysis problem solving graphic organizers and 5 homework practice worksheets (a total of 100 skills practice and

Four sets of task cards for the middle school math classroom: Integer Operations, Solving Equations, Proportional Thinking, and The Real Number System, for the price of three sets! These sets of task cards (each set has 24-28 cards) can be used to help your students reinforce and extend their mathematical thinking and problem solving development.

Adding & Subtracting Integers with Additive Inverse Task Cards Grade

Get your students moving! Great activity for Scoot! Place the 30 task cards around the room. Students move from problem to problem, copying the expressions and simplifying them.