## Number line games

Draw a large number line: Use the floor or a wall to make a giant number line with masking tape or chalk.

Jump on the line: Call out an integer (e.g., -3 or +4), and have students move to that position.

Adding and subtracting with jumps: Ask students to start at a certain number and then move left or right based on addition or subtraction.

## Integer war (card game)

Materials: Deck of playing cards (assign red cards as negative and black cards as positive).

How to play: Each player draws two cards, finds the sum, and the player with the higher sum wins that round.

This activity helps in visualizing adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers.

## Real-life situations

Temperature Changes: Discuss temperatures below and above zero, using different cities' temperatures as examples.

Bank account balance: Talk about deposits (positive integers) and withdrawals (negative integers).

## Integer addition and subtraction puzzles

Create puzzles: Set up simple puzzles where students have to find missing integers to complete the equation (e.g., -3 + __ = 2).

This reinforces understanding through hands-on problem-solving.

## Integer word problems

Create word problems related to daily life, such as sea level changes, elevator movements, or bank account transactions.

Example: "If you have $50 and you spend $30 (represented by -30), how much do you have left?"

## Classroom battleship with integers

Set up a grid like the classic Battleship game but with both positive and negative coordinates.

This helps students become familiar with plotting integers on a coordinate plane.

## Integer bingo

Prepare bingo cards with different integer expressions (like -4 + 3 or -2 - 5).

Call out the resulting values, and students mark off the correct answer on their cards.

## Grade 6 integers worksheets

In our grade 6 math section, we have a page of worksheets that cover addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of integers.

## Addition of integers worksheets

Students work on adding integers with the absolute value of ten in this first set of worksheets.

## Practice adding integers from -30 to 30

These addition worksheets deal with integers between – 30 and 30.

## Addition of three integers

Next, students add three integers, a more difficult level.

## Addition of four integers

The final set of addition worksheets, have students add four integers.

## Missing addends in adding integers

Next, we move onto missing addends in adding integers.

## Adding three integers with missing addends

These harder worksheets have students work on adding three integers with missing addends.

## Subtracting integers worksheets

Students practice subtracting integers in these easier worksheets.

## Practice integer subtraction from -30 to 30

These harder worksheets have students practice subtracting integers.

## Integer multiplication worksheets

Students move onto multiplying digits in these worksheets.

## Integer multiplication with missing factors

In these worksheets, students are asked to work out the missing factors in multiplying integers.

## Whole tens integer multiplication

These final multiplication worksheets, have students multiplying integers by whole tens.

## Division of integers worksheets

Students work on dividing integers in these worksheets.

## Division of integers with missing numbers

These harder worksheets have students work out the missing numbers in dividing integers.