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• Holidays Version - Combining Like Terms Race

Holidays Version of Combining Like Terms Race:  Digital Product.  Students will race to place slides in order matching an algebraic expression on one slide, to its equivalent expression on another slide,  by combining like terms. Check...

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• Ice Base Ten Blocks Place Value ClipArt Boom Cards

Ice Base Ten Blocks Place Value ClipArt -- perfect for Boom Cards   20 images png file, high quality, 300 dpi, transparent background 1 block 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,20,30,40,50,60,70,80,90 blocks 100 blocks 1000 blocks

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• Identifying Prime and Composite Numbers- Digital Self Grading Puzzle

Are you looking for a fun way to review prime and composite numbers? Look no further! This self-checking digital puzzle will have your students engage in classifying 20 numbers ranging from 1-100 into prime and composite. As they answer the questions...

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• Integer Division Bingo

This Integer Division Bingo Game has 26 different boards with moveable chips to cover the answers. Students will practice dividing positive and negative numbers in a fun Bingo competition. The third slide has all of the division problems for the teacher...

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• Integer Review - Hike the Appalachian Trail

Students will review integers and learn about the famous Appalachian Trail. They will review integers using integer chips, number lines, and using the rules for adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing integers. This fun project requires students...

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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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