These are some ActivStudio flipcharts that I created for teaching integer operations.
Note that some of the pages are from flipcharts that I downloaded from the Promethean Planet website.
To view these flipcharts, you need to have ActivStudio on your computer. Or ...
It is a big download, about 230 MB. But it is free. And you are allowed to use this software in your classroom with any IWB, or even with just a computer and data projector.
Once it is installed, you can then open the flipcharts. And you also have access to hundreds (thousands?) of other teacher-created maths flipcharts at http://www.prometheanplanet.com/
You may have to register again as this is a different Promethean website, but once you are registered, click on Resources / Lessons etc. You will find a large collection of teacher-created Maths flipcharts. The quality varies from great to ... well, useful for ideas.
Arithmetic Four is a Connect Four variation where you have to answer an arithmetic question correctly before you can play a chip. You get to choose the category, the operation, the difficulty level and the time limit.
Arithmetic Quiz is similar but without the Connect Four interface.
The classic Connect 4 game, but students have to first correctly evaluate the numerical expresson before they are allowed to drop their chip.
This virtual manipulative uses plus-minus chips to demonstrate adding positive and negative values.
The goal of this puzzle is to put three numbers inside of each circle so that they add up to 0.
This J virtual manipulative uses plus-minus chips to demonstrate adding positive and negative values.
This virtual manipulative allows the user to visualize the product of two integers.
A Gizmo* to teach adding and subtracting integers using a number line.
* You can use a Gizmo for up to 5 minutes per day for free. If you want to use it for a longer period, you must purchase it.