Thursday, September 5, 2013


We have spent the last two weeks reviewing 7th grade skills, and boy did we need it! As I expected, the kids cannot remember integer rules and think that multiplication and addition are always before division and subtraction. Sigh. I'm torn right now because they need A LOT more review with this, but I think we will have to spiral it in with everything else or I won't be getting into 8th grade curriculum until October.

In trying to use Math Workshop this year and pull away from worksheets and do more activities and games, I developed...

32 cards with all operations for integers and rational numbers. Some are easy mental math, and others are pretty challenging. I also made sure to include a lot of 4(-8) notation to get them used to it. 

The Rules:

Deal the cards between partners. Both partners flip a card at the same time. Students solve both problems correctly as quickly as possible. Whoever slaps the card with the higher value first wins both cards. The person with the most cards at the end wins.

This game can be downloaded from my TpT store for free here.


  1. This game looks like a lot of fun! I will be using it in a few lessons when order of operations is introduced. I think the students will love it.

    Welcome to blogging! :)

  2. Glad you can use it, and thank you! :)

  3. Hi, I was wanting to download your free "Order of Operations with Integers, Decimals, and Fractions War" and it was no longer free... Is there a way to still get it?

  4. This item is no longer free in your store.

  5. Can I get this activity for free somehow? Looks fun!

  6. Can I get this activity for free somehow? Looks fun!

  7. Went to your TPT store but this was not Free.