Integer War - This is a great way to reinforce what an integer is and help the students to quickly realize how to solve and answer integer problems. Plus a integer game is a better way to reinforce the concept compared to using integer worksheets for kids. A standard deck of playing cards is a great resource for reinforcing integer concepts and operations playing variations on the classic card game "War". READ HOW TO PLAY HERE: http://www.mathfilefoldergames.com/integer-war/
Integer Card Game - Two students play together. They both draw two cards and add them, then play again with subtraction. Whoever has the higher number collects all four cards. -- Would be great especially for students who are having trouble understanding negative numbers/greater than and less than/adding and subtracting quickly.
This post shares a lesson idea and free printables that is a great alternative to teaching students to use key words when solving word problems.
Multiply & Divide Integers ZAP is a fun and engaging game where students try to hold on to their strips and not get ZAPPED. The game contains 20 cards with multiplying & dividing integers problems, 4 ZAP cards, directions, a label for your container, an answer key, and an exit ticket. $ gr 5-8
Butterfly Fractions. Another way how to learn how to add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators.
TEKS: 6.2(C) Audience: 6th Grade Behavior/Condition: The students will use these cards in stations. The cards will be spread out amongst the room and once each card is solved they will have to find that answer on another card and solve the next question below that answer until all the cards have been solved.