The Three Little Bears

Unit 4: Operations with Integers
Lesson 7 of 24

Objective: SWBAT recognize and explain patterns in integer addition and subtraction to help determine whether the outcome is positive, negative, or zero.

Big Idea: Students begin to make sense of how adding and subtracting with negative numbers relates to prior experience and knowledge of adding and subtracting with positive numbers.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, Operations and Expressions, integer addition and subtraction, negative number, sorting, reasoning, questioning
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