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Write the number that best represents each statement. The first two are done for you. #1:It is 6 degrees warmer than yesterday. #2:I lost $2:00 through a hole in my pocket. #3:The price was reduced by $12. -2 #4:I improved my mark by 16 . +16 #5:The building is 312 meters tall. +312 #6:My sister is 3 years younger than me . -3 #7:We cut 9 inches off the timber plank. -9 #8:I have 2 arms . +2 #9:The price was reduced by $12. -2 | |||

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Which number is less? | Which number is greater? | ||

2 or 4 20 or 6 0 -1 or 1 -1 -6 or 0 -6 | 7 or 6 6 -8 or -9 -9 -12 or -11 -12 -36 or -44 -44 | 0 or 3 34 or 6 6 7 or -1 7 3 or -9 3 | 18 or 17 18 -18 or -17 -17 -4 or -10 – 4 1 or -14 1 |

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## Related Resources

The various resources listed below are aligned to the same standard, (6NS05) taken from the CCSM (Common Core Standards For Mathematics) as the Integers Worksheet shown above.

*Understand that positive and negative numbers are used together to describe quantities having opposite directions or values (e.g., temperature above/below zero, elevation above/below sea level, credits/debits, positive/negative electric charge); use positive and negative numbers to represent quantities in real-world contexts, explaining the meaning of 0 in each situation. *

### Example/Guidance

### Number line

- Fractions Number Line (Negative Values 0 to -1)
- Vertical Integer Line: -10 to 10 (1per-page and 4-per-page)
- Vertical Integer Line: -25 to 25 (1per-page and 4-per-page)

### Worksheet

- Printable Blank Thermometers (3-Pages, various sizes)

Similar to the above listing, the resources below are aligned to related standards in the Common Core For Mathematics that together support the following learning outcome:

*Apply and extend previous understandings of numbers to the system of rational numbers*

- Comparing & Ordering (From Example/Guidance)
- Integer Line ( -25 to 25) (From Number line)
- Number Line ( -10 to 10) – California style! (From Number line)
- Number Line ( -20 to 100 ) – Good for temperatures (6/ page) (From Number line)
- Number Line ( -10 to 10 ) – 10 lines per page (From Number line)
- Number Line ( -100 to 100 ) – numbers at 5s – divided into two lines (From Number line)
- Multi-page Line: -25 to 25 (26 pages – empty your paper tray and wall mount!) (From Number line)
- Multi-page Line: -25 to 25 (only 13 pages for wall mounting in the classroom) (From Number line)
- Integer Line ( -15 to 15) (with option of 1 to 8 lines/ page) (From Number line)
- Line from -20 to 110 (7 sections on 4 pages for wall mounting) (From Number line)
- Integer Line -50 to 50 (marked at the 2s) (From Number line)
- Integer Line -50 to 50 (marked at the 1s and split into 2 lines) (From Number line)
- Integer Line: -20 to 20 (marks at 1s numbers at the 10s) (From Number line)
- Multi-page Line: -50 to 50 (26 pages for wall mounting in the classroom) (From Number line)
- Multi-page Line: -20 to 100 (31 pages for wall mounting in the classroom) (From Number line)
- Integer Line -100 to 100 (marked at the 1s and split into 8 lines) (From Number line)
- Integer Line -25 to 25 (4-pages with multiple formats) (From Number line)
- Identifying X-Y Coordinates – from coordinates shown on -10 to +10 grid ( 5 of 10) (From Worksheet)
- Identifying X-Y Coordinates – from coordinates shown on -10 to +10 grid ( 6 of 10) (From Worksheet)
- Plotting X-Y Coordinates – for coordinates shown on a -10 to +10 grid ( 7 of 10) (From Worksheet)
- Plotting X-Y Coordinates – for coordinates shown on a -10 to +10 grid ( 8 of 10) (From Worksheet)
- X-Y Coordinates- blank grid from – 5 to 5 on x and y axes (From Worksheet)
- X-Y Coordinates – blank grid from -10 to 10 on x and y axes (From Worksheet)
- Comparing & Ordering Integers (From Worksheet)