Test prep foldable {Confidence Builder!}

Test prep foldable {Confidence Builder!}

Reminds me of teaching days: love cubes or dice as this activity. Great work for kids:Number Line Addition & Subtraction Math Games

Reminds me of teaching days: love cubes or dice as this activity. Great work for kids:Number Line Addition & Subtraction Math Games

Zip Zilch Zero: Illuminations  Positive and negative numbers become more than marks on paper when students play this variation of the card game, Rummy. Engaged in a game involving both strategy and luck, students build understanding of additive inverses, adding integers, and absolute value.

Zip Zilch Zero: Illuminations Positive and negative numbers become more than marks on paper when students play this variation of the card game, Rummy. Engaged in a game involving both strategy and luck, students build understanding of additive inverses, adding integers, and absolute value.

Need help teaching your students the rules for adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers?  Click here to find a resource that doesn't focus on memorization of rules.    Addition & Subtraction of Integers - Adding and Subtracting Positive and Negative Numbers - Fun Game - Batttle the Banker.  This resource focuses on:  adding integers, subtracting integers, fun lear...

Adding and Subtracting Integers

Need help teaching your students the rules for adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers? Click here to find a resource that doesn't focus on memorization of rules. Addition & Subtraction of Integers - Adding and Subtracting Positive and Negative Numbers - Fun Game - Batttle the Banker. This resource focuses on: adding integers, subtracting integers, fun lear...

I've started to teach Basic Algebra to my college mathphobics. The biggest hurdle for them is understanding positive & negative numbers. Multiplying & dividing are no problem, but to state subtracting a positive number is the same as adding a negative number is hieroglyphics to many. Since many are visual/kinesthetic learners, I needed a strategy to connect the abstract to the concrete.  Find out more at…

I've started to teach Basic Algebra to my college mathphobics. The biggest hurdle for them is understanding positive & negative numbers. Multiplying & dividing are no problem, but to state subtracting a positive number is the same as adding a negative number is hieroglyphics to many. Since many are visual/kinesthetic learners, I needed a strategy to connect the abstract to the concrete. Find out more at…

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