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## Kelly's Math Slides and More...

Digital Lessons for Middle School and Upper Elementary School Students.  Lessons are aligned to the Common Core Standards and include many games and interactive lessons!

This store also includes student agendas and digital notebooks, a bell-ringer template, an exit ticket template with digital sticky notes, and more...

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• #### Integer Multiplication Bingo

This Multiplication Bingo Game helps students practice multiplying negative and positive numbers. The Game has 26 different boards with moveable chips to cover the answers. The third slide has all of the multiplication problems for the teacher to call...

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• #### Integer Multiplication Chart

Students will complete an integer multiplication table with four quadrants in order to see a visual of how the rules for multiplying integers work. They will then use sentence frames to write the integer rules. Be sure to follow my store for more...

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• #### Integer Slide Game

Students will review their knowledge of adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing integers in an interactive game. The slides in this slide deck are carefully linked so that students will move in the game based on whether their answer is correct or...

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• #### Integer Subtraction - Changing Your Subtraction Problem to an Addition Problem

Once students are proficient at adding integers, and understand the process of subtracting integers conceptually, they can then be taught to subtract integers by learning some simple rules. Learning to easily change their subtraction problem to an...

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• #### Integers - Adding on a Number Line

Teach and assess your students on adding integers on a number line. After several instructional slides with examples, students will add integers by dragging and dropping their arrows showing movement on the number line. They will use additional digital...

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• #### Integers - Adding with Integer Chips

Digital Lesson on Adding Integers with Integer Chips.  Students line up the yellow (positive) and red (negative) integer chips on their slides, and determine the sum by taking out zero pairs.  Students will then complete a sentence frame on...

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• #### Integers - Dividing with Integer Chips

The fourth product in my line of Integer Operations with Integer Chips, students will learn to divide positive and negative numbers using the real life example of averaging golf scores.  Students will add golf scores over the course of a tournament,...

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• #### Integers - Multiplying with Integer Chips

A follow-up to my digital lessons on Adding Integers with Integer Chips, and Subtracting Integers with Integer Chips.  See also Dividing Integers with Integer Chips.  Students will learn conceptually how to multiply positive and negative...

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• #### Integers - Subtract by Adding the Opposite

This slide deck teaches students how to subtract integers by adding the opposite. Students are taught how to rewrite expressions and are given practice problems as they move through the deck. Students will rewrite subtraction problems as addition...

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• #### Integers - Subtracting with Integer Chips

Students will learn to subtract integers conceptually with this digital lesson.  Students move yellow (positive) and red (negative) chips around on their slides.  They will learn to add zero pairs, if necessary, in order to subtract.  See...

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• #### Integers - Writing Number Sentences

This digital activity is a great way to introduce adding integers. Students are asked to come up with their own number sentences when the addends are both positive, the addends are both negative, and when the addends include both positive and negative...

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• #### Integers -Multiplying Negative Factors - Odd or Even?

Once students know the rules for multiplying integers, they need to learn how to determine the sign of the product when multiplying a series of positive and negative numbers. Students are given examples and then try to find the pattern in looking at a...

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