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From: Belinda Aguilar
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2005090100:14:06
Subject: Integer Chips
I just read this activity in a Math book for a team of two students. Each team has 10 two colored chips (red/yellow). One student takes the chips and drops them on their desk, he/she adds the color chips according to how they land. EX. 3 red and 7 yellow. They add -3(red)+ 7(yellow), and he/she receives that score and record it on their paper. The next student does the same thing and they continue until they have 10 scores. At the end of the 10 trials, they take the sum of their 10 trials. The winner is the one with the highest score. Another culminating activity for all operations of the integers is assigning integers to the letters of the alphabet and having students add, subtract & multiply the values of the letters in their name. You can extend to just first name, last name or both. I have also used it as a bulletin board also. Hope this helps.
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