Is the temperature +25° F or -5 ° F? Do you know what a -$50 in your checking account means? The importance of integers in our day-to-day life is evident from these instances. Our free integers worksheets not only reinforce previous understanding of numbers in students of grade 6 and grade 7, but also provide thorough practice in performing the four arithmetic operations: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division with positive and negative integers. We have also included exercises on comparing and ordering integers for students to acquire a clear understanding of the concept.
These pdf worksheets are most ideal for students of grade 5 through grade 8.
CCSS: 6.NS, 7.NS
Initiate practice of positioning integers on a number line among 6th grade kids! Plot the integers on the number line, move on the number line as directed and answer questions, do a lot more!
The opposite of a negative is a positive. So, what is the opposite of – 6? A positive 6, of course! Get students all the practice required to grasp this fundamental concept with our printable worksheets on opposite values of integers.
Put your 5th grade, 6th grade, and 7th grade students' knowledge to test with our free worksheets on comparing integers. Watch how effortlessly young learners compare integers using the less than, greater than, or equal to signs.
Initiate practice of ordering integers in grade 6 and grade 7 students with the help of number lines. These pdf worksheets present integers to be plotted on the number line diagrams, study their values, and sort them from greatest to least and vice versa.
Sequencing integers in increasing and decreasing order is what children of grade 5, grade 6, and grade 7 are expected to do in this set of ordering integers worksheets.
Did you know that absolute values represent the distance from zero and opposite values show us whether the distance is +ve or -ve? With heaps of fun exercises, these resources are a must-have for your practice sessions!
Educate children with the fact that an integer and its opposite have a sum of zero and that this is an important property of integers called the additive inverses. Let them find the missing opposites with these printable worksheets!
Navigate through this set of free printable integer addition worksheets to practice finding the sum of integers.
Make use of our subtracting integers worksheets for students to acquire speed, precision, and accuracy in finding the difference between two integers.
Plug into this set of free integer resources that enable children to add as well as subtract integers in the same problem. Reinforcing the sign rules for addition and subtraction of integers, students become masters at performing the two operations.
6th grade, 7th grade and 8th grade students must exercise caution while finding the product of positive and negative integers to steer clear of these multiplying integers worksheets.
The goal of these free dividing integers worksheets is to help middle school students acquire substantial practice in division of positive and negative integers.
When you multiply or divide two negative integers, you get a positive answer. With one positive and one negative integer, the two operations would yield a negative result. Use these simple rules, multiply and divide integers, and simplify the expressions here!
Integers in numerical expressions require implementing the appropriate sign rules in evaluation. Recap performing the operations with integers and reduce the expressions in these printable worksheets to a numerical value.