In this integers worksheet, students perform a summary of how to properly perform operation on integers. Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division operations are shown with signed integers. Dividing by zero is also covered.
Charleston School District
What does order of operations have to do with solving equations? A video explains solving two-step equations using a do/undo chart. Learners recognize the operations within an equation and use inverse operations to undo those operations.
For this order of operations worksheet, students complete several activities that help them learn to solve problems using the four operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
In this linear equations worksheet, students solve and complete 20 different problems that include using the order of operations. First, they distribute to remove the parentheses and combine like terms. Then, students move variables and...
Upper graders work with peers to solve word problems related to time and independently solve word problems that involve calculating time. They will show their ability to solve and work through mathematical operations. A worksheet is...
Middle schoolers use inverse operations to solve two-step equations. They study a story problem about inverse operations, watch a video about the problem, and complete a handout for the inverse problem. Pupils finish with two assessments...
Alabama Learning Exchange
Middle schoolers explore the concept order of operations. In this order of operations lesson, students make a song about the order of operations in groups. Middle schoolers practice working problems using order of operations.
In this addition and subtraction worksheet, students work with the inverse operations. They fill in the boxes in 8 examples using mental math. They look at the addition problems and fill in the blanks in the subtraction problem and vice...
Pupils, using algebraic operations, solve and check linear equations. At the beginning of class, they write a paragraph comparing the solving of math problems to solving real life problems. Students observe solving systems of two...
How are multiplication and division connected? Read a passage about inverse operations to find out how you can use products and quotients to check your work when completing an equation from the opposite operation.
A different way to look at integers is on this number line with variables in place of numbers. Learners are to look at different expressions and describe why they think the answer would be positive or negative, depending on the location...
Utah Education Network (UEN)
Add an engaging resource to your lessons on rational numbers and watch your pupils' understanding multiply. Learners determine rules for adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing integers. Individuals then extend these rules to all...
In this solving equations worksheet, students solve and complete 22 different problems that include solving various equations by using multiplication and division. First, they get the variable by itself and move it using the opposite...
Review with your young learners what opposites are and use a fun tag board game called Auntie Alice to practice. After the class plays the game, pairs work on computers practicing with interactive matching/flashcards/concentration games...
For this basic math operation worksheet, students learn that subtraction is the inverse of addition. They then solve 8 subtraction problems and use addition to check the answers. Answers are available on the second page.
In this integers worksheet, 9th graders solve 16 different types of problems that include writing an integer to represent statements, arranging integers from least to greatest, and using integers to write mathematical expressions. They...
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Reinforce math vocabulary with a set of flash cards. Forty-eight cards offer boldly printed words, and their corresponding definition alongside an example with labels. Terms include absolute value, inverse operations, slope, and more!
If you need a way to address math and reading in one lesson, look no further than a passage about inverse operations, complete with reading comprehension questions. Kids focus on context clues to determine the meanings of unfamiliar words.
Virginia Department of Education
Bring balance to your lesson plans with an activity that asks individuals to solve one-step linear equations with inverse operations. Balance scales help learners understand the concept of isolating the variable.
Students spend this lesson discovering how electricity makes the appliances in their kitchen operate. In groups, they explain how energy is being converted in a microwave oven and practice giving others directions to how to use them. ...
Fifth graders solve equations. In this algebraic equations lesson plan, 5th graders use the inverse operation to solve an equation. The teacher reminds students to perform the operation on both sides of the equation. This lesson plan...
In this math worksheet, students solve the problems that involve the operation of subtraction with integers. They change the subtraction to addition of the opposite.
For this mathematics worksheet, 6th graders subtract a number, add its opposite, and explain what opposites are, giving an example of two numbers that are opposites. Then they subtract each integer by adding its opposite.
Seventh graders engage in a lesson that is focused upon teaching the concept of integer numbers with a focus upon the integers. They practice solving different problems using positive and negative numbers. They then attempt to describe...