Integers Worksheets
Welcome to the integers worksheets page at MathDrills.com where you may have a negative experience, but in the world of integers, that's a good thing! This page includes Integers worksheets for comparing and ordering integers, adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers and order of operations with integers.
If you've ever spent time in Canada in January, you've most likely experienced a negative integer first hand. Banks like you to keep negative balances in your accounts, so they can charge you loads of interest. Deep sea divers spend all sorts of time in negative integer territory. There are many reasons why a knowledge of integers is helpful even if you are not going to pursue an accounting or deep sea diving career. One hugely important reason is that there are many high school mathematics topics that will rely on a strong knowledge of integers and the rules associated with them.
We've included a few hundred integers worksheets on this page to help support your students in their pursuit of knowledge. You may also want to get one of those giant integer number lines to post if you are a teacher, or print off a few of our integer number lines. You can also project them on your whiteboard or make an overhead transparency. For homeschoolers or those with only one or a few students, the paper versions should do. The other thing that we highly recommend are integer chips a.k.a. twocolor counters. Read more about them below.
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Integer Resources
Coordinate graph paper can be very useful when studying integers. Coordinate geometry is a practical application of integers and can give students practice with using integers while learning another related skill. Coordinate graph paper can be found on the Graph Paper page:
Coordinate Graph Paper
Integer number lines can be used for various math activities including operations with integers, counting, comparing, ordering, etc.
 Integer Number Lines Integers Number Lines from 10 to 10 Integers Number Lines from 15 to 15 Integers Number Lines from 20 to 20 Integers Number Lines from 25 to 25 OLD Integer Number Lines
Comparing and Ordering Integers
For students who are just starting with integers, it is very helpful if they can use an integer number line to compare integers and to see how the placement of integers works. They should quickly realize that negative numbers are counterintuitive because they are probably quite used to larger absolute values meaning larger numbers. The reverse is the case, of course, with negative numbers. Students should be able to recognize easily that a positive number is always greater than a negative number and that between two negative integers, the one with the lesser absolute value is actually the greater number. Have students practice with these integers worksheets and follow up with the close proximity comparing integers worksheets.
 Comparing Integers Worksheets Comparing Positive and Negative Integers (9 to +9) Comparing Positive and Negative Integers (15 to +15) Comparing Positive and Negative Integers (25 to +25) Comparing Positive and Negative Integers (50 to +50) Comparing Positive and Negative Integers (99 to +99) Comparing Negative Integers (15 to 1)
By close proximity, we mean that the integers being compared differ very little in value. Depending on the range, we have allowed various differences between the two integers being compared. In the first set where the range is 9 to 9, the difference between the two numbers is always 1. With the largest range, a difference of up to 5 is allowed. These worksheets will help students further hone their ability to visualize and conceptualize the idea of negative numbers and will serve as a foundation for all the other worksheets on this page.
 Comparing Integers in Close Proximity Comparing Positive and Negative Integers (9 to +9) in Close Proximity Comparing Positive and Negative Integers (15 to +15) in Close Proximity Comparing Positive and Negative Integers (25 to +25) in Close Proximity Comparing Positive and Negative Integers (50 to +50) in Close Proximity Comparing Positive and Negative Integers (99 to +99) in Close Proximity
 Ordering Integers Worksheets Ordering Integers on a Number Line Ordering Integers (range 9 to 9) Ordering Integers (range 20 to 20) Ordering Integers (range 50 to 50) Ordering Integers (range 99 to 99) Ordering Integers (range 999 to 999) Ordering Negative Integers (range 9 to 1) Ordering Negative Integers (range 99 to 10) Ordering Negative Integers (range 999 to 100)
Adding and Subtracting Integers
Twocolor counters are fantastic manipulatives for teaching and learning about integer addition. Twocolor counters are usually plastic chips that come with yellow on one side and red on the other side. They might be available in other colors, so you'll have to substitute your own colors in the following description.
Adding with twocolor counters is actually quite easy. You model the first number with a pile of chips flipped to the correct side and you also model the second number with a pile of chips flipped to the correct side; then you mash them all together, take out the zeros (if any) and behold, you have your answer! Need further elaboration? Read on!
The correct side means using red to model negative numbers and yellow to model positive numbers. You would model —5 with five red chips and 7 with seven yellow chips. Mashing them together should be straight forward although, you'll want to caution your students to be less exuberant than usual, so none of the chips get flipped. Taking out the zeros means removing as many pairs of yellow and red chips as you can. You can do this because —1 and 1 when added together equals zero (this is called the zero principle). If you remove the zeros, you don't affect the answer. The benefit of removing the zeros, however, is that you always end up with only one color and as a consequence, the answer to the integer question. If you have no chips left at the end, the answer is zero!
 Adding Integers Worksheets with 75 Questions Per Page (Some Parentheses) Adding Integers from 9 to 9 (75 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 12 to 12 (75 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 15 to 15 (75 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 20 to 20 (75 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 25 to 25 (75 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 50 to 50 (75 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 99 to 99 (75 Questions) ✎
 Adding Integers Worksheets with 75 Questions Per Page (All Parentheses) Adding Integers from (9) to (+9) All Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from (12) to (+12) All Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from (15) to (+15) All Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from (20) to (+20) All Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from (25) to (+25) All Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from (50) to (+50) All Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from (99) to (+99) All Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎
 Adding Integers Worksheets with 75 Questions Per Page (No Parentheses) Adding Integers from 9 to 9 No Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 12 to 12 No Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 15 to 15 No Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 20 to 20 No Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 25 to 25 No Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 50 to 50 No Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 99 to 99 No Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎
 Adding Integers Worksheets with 50 Questions Per Page (Some Parentheses) Adding Integers from 9 to 9 (50 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 12 to 12 (50 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 15 to 15 (50 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 20 to 20 (50 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 25 to 25 (50 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 50 to 50 (50 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 99 to 99 (50 Questions) ✎
 Adding Integers Worksheets with 50 Questions Per Page (All Parentheses) Adding Integers from (9) to (+9) All Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from (12) to (+12) All Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from (15) to (+15) All Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from (20) to (+20) All Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from (25) to (+25) All Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from (50) to (+50) All Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from (99) to (+99) All Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎
 Adding Integers Worksheets with 50 Questions Per Page (No Parentheses) Adding Integers from 9 to 9 No Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 12 to 12 No Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 15 to 15 No Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 20 to 20 No Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 25 to 25 No Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 50 to 50 No Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 99 to 99 No Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎
 Adding Integers Worksheets with 25 Large Print Questions Per Page (Some Parentheses) Adding Integers from 9 to 9 (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 12 to 12 (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 15 to 15 (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 20 to 20 (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 25 to 25 (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 50 to 50 (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 99 to 99 (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎
 Adding Integers Worksheets with 25 Large Print Questions Per Page (All Parentheses) Adding Integers from (9) to (+9) All Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from (12) to (+12) All Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from (15) to (+15) All Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from (20) to (+20) All Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from (25) to (+25) All Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from (50) to (+50) All Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from (99) to (+99) All Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎
 Adding Integers Worksheets with 25 Large Print Questions Per Page (No Parentheses) Adding Integers from 9 to 9 No Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 12 to 12 No Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 15 to 15 No Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 20 to 20 No Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 25 to 25 No Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 50 to 50 No Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding Integers from 99 to 99 No Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎
 Vertically Arranged Integer Addition Worksheets 3Digit Integer Addition (Vertically Arranged) 3Digit Positive Plus a Negative Integer Addition (Vertically Arranged) 3Digit Negative Plus a Positive Integer Addition (Vertically Arranged) 3Digit Negative Plus a Negative Integer Addition (Vertically Arranged)
Subtracting with integer chips is a little different. Integer subtraction can be thought of as removing. To subtract with integer chips, begin by modeling the first number (the minuend) with integer chips. Next, remove the chips that would represent the second number from your pile and you will have your answer. Unfortunately, that isn't all there is to it. This works beautifully if you have enough of the right color chip to remove, but often times you don't. For example, 5  (5), would require five yellow chips to start and would also require the removal of five red chips, but there aren't any red chips! Thank goodness, we have the zero principle. Adding or subtracting zero (a red chip and a yellow chip) has no effect on the original number, so we could add as many zeros as we wanted to the pile, and the number would still be the same. All that is needed then is to add as many zeros (pairs of red and yellow chips) as needed until there are enough of the correct color chip to remove. In our example 5  (5), you would add 5 zeros, so that you could remove five red chips. You would then be left with 10 yellow chips (or +10) which is the answer to the question.
 Subtracting Integers Worksheets with 75 Questions Per Page (Some Parentheses) Subtracting Integers from 9 to 9 (75 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 12 to 12 (75 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 15 to 15 (75 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 20 to 20 (75 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 25 to 25 (75 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 50 to 50 (75 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 99 to 99 (75 Questions) ✎
 Subtracting Integers Worksheets with 75 Questions Per Page (All Parentheses) Subtracting Integers from (9) to (+9) All Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from (12) to (+12) All Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from (15) to (+15) All Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from (20) to (+20) All Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from (25) to (+25) All Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from (50) to (+50) All Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from (99) to (+99) All Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎
 Subtracting Integers Worksheets with 75 Questions Per Page (No Parentheses) Subtracting Integers from 9 to 9 No Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 12 to 12 No Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 15 to 15 No Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 20 to 20 No Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 25 to 25 No Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 50 to 50 No Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 99 to 99 No Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎
 Subtracting Integers Worksheets with 50 Questions Per Page (Some Parentheses) Subtracting Integers from 9 to 9 (50 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 12 to 12 (50 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 15 to 15 (50 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 20 to 20 (50 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 25 to 25 (50 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 50 to 50 (50 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 99 to 99 (50 Questions) ✎
 Subtracting Integers Worksheets with 50 Questions Per Page (All Parentheses) Subtracting Integers from (9) to (+9) All Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from (12) to (+12) All Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from (15) to (+15) All Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from (20) to (+20) All Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from (25) to (+25) All Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from (50) to (+50) All Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from (99) to (+99) All Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎
 Subtracting Integers Worksheets with 50 Questions Per Page (No Parentheses) Subtracting Integers from 9 to 9 No Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 12 to 12 No Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 15 to 15 No Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 20 to 20 No Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 25 to 25 No Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 50 to 50 No Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 99 to 99 No Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎
 Subtracting Integers Worksheets with 25 Large Print Questions Per Page (Some Parentheses) Subtracting Integers from 9 to 9 (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 12 to 12 (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 15 to 15 (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 20 to 20 (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 25 to 25 (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 50 to 50 (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from 99 to 99 (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎
 Subtracting Integers Worksheets with 25 Large Print Questions Per Page (All Parentheses) Subtracting Integers from (9) to (+9) All Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from (12) to (+12) All Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from (15) to (+15) All Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from (20) to (+20) All Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from (25) to (+25) All Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from (50) to (+50) All Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from (99) to (+99) All Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎
 Subtracting Integers Worksheets with 25 Large Print Questions Per Page (No Parentheses) Subtracting Integers from (9) to 9 No Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from (12) to 12 No Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from (15) to 15 No Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from (20) to 20 No Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from (25) to 25 No Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from (50) to 50 No Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Subtracting Integers from (99) to 99 No Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎
 Vertically Arranged Integer Subtraction Worksheets 3Digit Integer Subtraction (Vertically Arranged) 3Digit Positive Minus a Positive Integer Subtraction (Vertically Arranged) 3Digit Positive Minus a Negative Integer Subtraction (Vertically Arranged) 3Digit Negative Minus a Positive Integer Subtraction (Vertically Arranged) 3Digit Negative Minus a Negative Integer Subtraction (Vertically Arranged)
The worksheets in this section include addition and subtraction on the same page. Students will have to pay close attention to the signs and apply their knowledge of integer addition and subtraction to each question. The use of counters or number lines could be helpful to some students.
 Adding and Subtracting Integers Worksheets with 75 Questions Per Page (Some Parentheses) Adding & Subtracting Integers from 9 to 9 (75 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 10 to 10 (75 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 12 to 12 (75 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 15 to 15 (75 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 20 to 20 (75 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 25 to 25 (75 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 50 to 50 (75 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 99 to 99 (75 Questions) ✎
 Adding and Subtracting Integers Worksheets with 75 Questions Per Page (All Parentheses) Adding & Subtracting Integers from (5) to (+5) All Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from (9) to (+9) All Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from (12) to (+12) All Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from (15) to (+15) All Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from (20) to (+20) All Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from (25) to (+25) All Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from (50) to (+50) All Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from (99) to (+99) All Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎
 Adding and Subtracting Integers Worksheets with 75 Questions Per Page (No Parentheses) Adding & Subtracting Integers from 9 to 9 No Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 12 to 12 No Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 15 to 15 No Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 20 to 20 No Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 25 to 25 No Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 50 to 50 No Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 99 to 99 No Parentheses (75 Questions) ✎
 Adding and Subtracting Integers Worksheets with 50 Questions Per Page (Some Parentheses) Adding & Subtracting Integers from 9 to 9 (50 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 12 to 12 (50 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 15 to 15 (50 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 20 to 20 (50 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 25 to 25 (50 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 50 to 50 (50 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 99 to 99 (50 Questions) ✎
 Adding and Subtracting Integers Worksheets with 50 Questions Per Page (All Parentheses) Adding & Subtracting Integers from (9) to (+9) All Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from (12) to (+12) All Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from (15) to (+15) All Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from (20) to (+20) All Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from (25) to (+25) All Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from (50) to (+50) All Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from (99) to (+99) All Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎
 Adding and Subtracting Integers Worksheets with 50 Questions Per Page (No Parentheses) Adding & Subtracting Integers from 9 to 9 No Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 12 to 12 No Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 15 to 15 No Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 20 to 20 No Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 25 to 25 No Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 50 to 50 No Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 99 to 99 No Parentheses (50 Questions) ✎
 Adding and Subtracting Integers Worksheets with 25 Large Print Questions Per Page (Some Parentheses) Adding & Subtracting Integers from 9 to 9 (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 12 to 12 (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 15 to 15 (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 20 to 20 (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 25 to 25 (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 50 to 50 (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from 99 to 99 (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎
 Adding and Subtracting Integers Worksheets with 25 Large Print Questions Per Page (All Parentheses) Adding & Subtracting Integers from (9) to (+9) All Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from (12) to (+12) All Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from (15) to (+15) All Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from (20) to (+20) All Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from (25) to (+25) All Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from (50) to (+50) All Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from (99) to (+99) All Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎
 Adding and Subtracting Integers Worksheets with 25 Large Print Questions Per Page (No Parentheses) Adding & Subtracting Integers from (9) to 9 No Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from (12) to 12 No Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from (15) to 15 No Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from (20) to 20 No Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from (25) to 25 No Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from (50) to 50 No Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎ Adding & Subtracting Integers from (99) to 99 No Parentheses (Large Print; 25 Questions) ✎
These worksheets include groups of questions that all result in positive or negative sums or differences. They can be used to help students see more clearly how certain integer questions end up with positive and negative results. In the case of addition of negative and positive integers, some people suggest looking for the "heavier" value to determine whether the sum will be positive of negative. More technically, it would be the integer with the greater absolute value. For example, in the question (−2) + 5, the absolute value of the positive integer is greater, so the sum will be positive.
In subtraction questions, the focus is on the subtrahend (the value being subtracted). In positive minus positive questions, if the subtrahend is greater than the minuend, the answer will be negative. In negative minus negative questions, if the subtrahend has a greater absolute value, the answer will be positive. Viceversa for both situations. Alternatively, students can always convert subtraction questions to addition questions by changing the signs (e.g. (−5) − (−7) is the same as (−5) + 7; 3 − 5 is the same as 3 + (−5)).
 Scaffolded Integer Addition and Subtraction Positive Plus Negative Integer Addition (Scaffolded) ✎ Negative Plus Positive Integer Addition (Scaffolded) ✎ Mixed Integer Addition (Scaffolded) ✎ Positive Minus Positive Integer Subtraction (Scaffolded) ✎ Negative Minus Negative Integer Subtraction (Scaffolded) ✎
Multiplying and Dividing Integers
Multiplying integers is very similar to multiplication facts except students need to learn the rules for the negative and positive signs. In short, they are:
In words, multiplying two positives or two negatives together results in a positive product, and multiplying a negative and a positive in either order results in a negative product. So, 8 × 8, 8 × (8), 8 × (8) and 8 × 8 all result in an absolute value of 64, but in two cases, the answer is positive (64) and in two cases the answer is negative (64).
Should you wish to develop some "realworld" examples of integer multiplication, it might be a stretch due to the abstract nature of negative numbers. Sure, you could come up with some scenario about owing a debt and removing the debt in previous months, but this may only result in confusion. For now students can learn the rules of multiplying integers and worry about the analogies later!
 Multiplying Integers with 100 Questions Per Page Multiplying Mixed Integers from 9 to 9 (100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying Positive by Negative Integers from 9 to 9 (100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying Negative by Positive Integers from 9 to 9 (100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying Negative by Negative Integers from 9 to 9 (100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying Mixed Integers from 12 to 12 (100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying Positive by Negative Integers from 12 to 12 (100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying Negative by Positive Integers from 12 to 12 (100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying Negative by Negative Integers from 12 to 12 (100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying Mixed Integers from 20 to 20 (100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying Mixed Integers from 50 to 50 (100 Questions) ✎
 Multiplying Integers with 50 Questions Per Page Multiplying Mixed Integers from 9 to 9 (50 Questions) ✎ Multiplying Positive by Negative Integers from 9 to 9 (50 Questions) ✎ Multiplying Negative by Positive Integers from 9 to 9 (50 Questions) ✎ Multiplying Negative by Negative Integers from 9 to 9 (50 Questions) ✎ Multiplying Mixed Integers from 12 to 12 (50 Questions) ✎ Multiplying Positive by Negative Integers from 12 to 12 (50 Questions) ✎ Multiplying Negative by Positive Integers from 12 to 12 (50 Questions) ✎ Multiplying Negative by Negative Integers from 12 to 12 (50 Questions) ✎
 Multiplying Integers with 25 Large Print Questions Per Page Multiplying Mixed Integers from 9 to 9 (25 Questions; Large Print) ✎ Multiplying Positive by Negative Integers from 9 to 9 (25 Questions; Large Print) ✎ Multiplying Negative by Positive Integers from 9 to 9 (25 Questions; Large Print) ✎ Multiplying Negative by Negative Integers from 9 to 9 (25 Questions; Large Print) ✎ Multiplying Mixed Integers from 12 to 12 (25 Questions; Large Print) ✎ Multiplying Positive by Negative Integers from 12 to 12 (25 Questions; Large Print) ✎ Multiplying Negative by Positive Integers from 12 to 12 (25 Questions; Large Print) ✎ Multiplying Negative by Negative Integers from 12 to 12 (25 Questions; Large Print) ✎
Luckily (for your students), the rules of dividing integers are the same as the rules for multiplying:
Dividing a positive by a positive integer or a negative by a negative integer will result in a positive integer. Dividing a negative by a positive integer or a positive by a negative integer will result in a negative integer. A good grasp of division facts and a knowledge of the rules for multiplying and dividing integers will go a long way in helping your students master integer division. Use the worksheets in this section to guide students along.
 Dividing Integers with 100 Questions Per Page Dividing Mixed Integers from 9 to 9 (100 Questions) ✎ Dividing Positive by Negative Integers from 9 to 9 (100 Questions) ✎ Dividing Negative by Positive Integers from 9 to 9 (100 Questions) ✎ Dividing Negative by Negative Integers from 9 to 9 (100 Questions) ✎ Dividing Mixed Integers from 12 to 12 (100 Questions) ✎ Dividing Positive by Negative Integers from 12 to 12 (100 Questions) ✎ Dividing Negative by Positive Integers from 12 to 12 (100 Questions) ✎ Dividing Negative by Negative Integers from 12 to 12 (100 Questions) ✎
 Dividing Integers with 50 Questions Per Page Dividing Mixed Integers from 9 to 9 (50 Questions) ✎ Dividing Positive by Negative Integers from 9 to 9 (50 Questions) ✎ Dividing Negative by Positive Integers from 9 to 9 (50 Questions) ✎ Dividing Negative by Negative Integers from 9 to 9 (50 Questions) ✎ Dividing Mixed Integers from 12 to 12 (50 Questions) ✎ Dividing Positive by Negative Integers from 12 to 12 (50 Questions) ✎ Dividing Negative by Positive Integers from 12 to 12 (50 Questions) ✎ Dividing Negative by Negative Integers from 12 to 12 (50 Questions) ✎
 Dividing Integers with 25 Large Print Questions Per Page Dividing Mixed Integers from 9 to 9 (25 Questions; Large Print) ✎ Dividing Positive by Negative Integers from 9 to 9 (25 Questions; Large Print) ✎ Dividing Negative by Positive Integers from 9 to 9 (25 Questions; Large Print) ✎ Dividing Negative by Negative Integers from 9 to 9 (25 Questions; Large Print) ✎ Dividing Mixed Integers from 12 to 12 (25 Questions; Large Print) ✎ Dividing Positive by Negative Integers from 12 to 12 (25 Questions; Large Print) ✎ Dividing Negative by Positive Integers from 12 to 12 (25 Questions; Large Print) ✎ Dividing Negative by Negative Integers from 12 to 12 (25 Questions; Large Print) ✎
This section includes worksheets with both multiplying and dividing integers on the same page. As long as students know their facts and the integer rules for multiplying and dividing, their sole worry will be to pay attention to the operation signs.
 Multiplying and Dividing Integers with 100 Questions Per Page Multiplying and Dividing Mixed Integers from 9 to 9 (100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying and Dividing Positive and Negative Integers from 9 to 9 (100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying and Dividing Negative and Positive Integers from 9 to 9 (100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying and Dividing Negative and Negative Integers from 9 to 9 (100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying and Dividing Mixed Integers from 12 to 12 (100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying and Dividing Positive and Negative Integers from 12 to 12 (100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying and Dividing Negative and Positive Integers from 12 to 12 (100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying and Dividing Negative and Negative Integers from 12 to 12 (100 Questions) ✎
 Multiplying and Dividing Integers with 75 Questions Per Page Multiplying and Dividing Mixed Integers from 9 to 9 (75 Questions) ✎ Multiplying and Dividing Positive and Negative Integers from 9 to 9 (75 Questions) ✎ Multiplying and Dividing Negative and Positive Integers from 9 to 9 (75 Questions) ✎ Multiplying and Dividing Negative and Negative Integers from 9 to 9 (75 Questions) ✎ Multiplying and Dividing Mixed Integers from 12 to 12 (75 Questions) ✎ Multiplying and Dividing Positive and Negative Integers from 12 to 12 (75 Questions) ✎ Multiplying and Dividing Negative and Positive Integers from 12 to 12 (75 Questions) ✎ Multiplying and Dividing Negative and Negative Integers from 12 to 12 (75 Questions) ✎
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In this section, the integers math worksheets include all of the operations. Students will need to pay attention to the operations and the signs and use mental math or another strategy to arrive at the correct answers. It should go without saying that students need to know their basic addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts and rules regarding operations with integers before they should complete any of these worksheets independently. Of course, the worksheets can be used as a source of questions for lessons, tests or other learning activities.
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Grade 6 integers worksheets: Graphing and comparing integers
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What are integers, and how to graph them on a number line.
Do you know what integers are ? Do you also know how to graph them on a number line ? Let’s find out together!
Integers are whole numbers that can be positive, negative, or zero. For example, 3, 5, 0, 12, and 8 are all integers. A number line is a horizontal line that has numbers marked on it. The number zero is in the middle of the line, and the positive numbers are to the right of zero, while the negative numbers are to the left of zero.
To graph an integer on a number line, find the point corresponding to that number and make a dot or a circle on it. For example, to graph 3 on a number line, make a dot on the point that is three units to the right of zero. To graph 5 on a number line, make a dot on the point that is five units to the left of zero.
Understanding positive and negative integers
Positive and negative integers have different meanings depending on the context. For example;
 If we are talking about temperature, a positive integer means that it is above zero degrees Celsius. In contrast, a negative integer means that it is below zero degrees Celsius.
 If we are talking about elevation, a positive integer means that we are above sea level, while a negative integer means that we are below sea level.
 If we are talking about money, a positive integer means that we have gained or earned some amount, while a negative integer means that we have lost or spent some amount.
How to compare integers using greater than, less than, or equal to symbols
To compare two integers , we use the symbols > (greater than), < (less than), or = (equal to ). For example:
 3 > 5 means that 3 is greater than 5,
 8 < 0 means that 8 is less than 0,
 12 = 12 means that 12 is equal to
To compare two integers on a number line, we look at their relative positions. The integer that is closer to the right of the number line is greater than the integer that is closer to the left of the number line. For example, 3 is greater than 5 on a number line because 3 is closer to the right than 5. Similarly, 8 is less than 0 because 8 is closer to the left than 0.
How to use absolute value to find the distance between two integers
The absolute value of an integer is its distance from zero on a number line. It is always positive or zero. To find the absolute value of an integer, we ignore its sign and write it as a positive number. For example, the absolute value of 3 is 3, the absolute value of 5 is 5, and the absolute value of 0 is 0. To find the distance between two integers on a number line , we can use their absolute values .
The distance between two integers equals the difference between their absolute values. For example, to find the distance between 3 and 5 on a number line, we can subtract their absolute values: 3  5 = 3  5 = 2. The distance between 3 and 5 is 2 units.
Solving realworld problems using graphing and comparing integers
We can use graphing and comparing integers to solve many realworld problems involving temperature, elevation, money, etc. For example, suppose we want to know how much warmer it was in Miami than in New York on a particular day; we can use a number line to graph the temperatures in both cities and compare them using symbols.
Suppose Miami had a temperature of 25°C and New York was 2°C.
We can graph these temperatures on a number line as shown below:
As we can see, Miami is warmer than New York because 25 is greater than 2 on the number line.
So, we can write this as 25 > 2.
To find out how much warmer Miami was than New York, we can subtract their temperatures: 25  (2) = 25 + 2 = 27.
Miami was 27°C warmer than New York.
Tips and tricks for mastering integers in Grade 6 math
Here are some tips and tricks for mastering integers in grade 6 math :
When adding two integers with different signs, we subtract their absolute values and take the sign of the larger absolute value.
The result is positive when multiplying or dividing two integers with the same sign. The result is negative when multiplying or dividing two integers with different signs.
 Use a number line to visualize and compare integers . A number line can also help us perform operations with integers, such as adding, subtracting, and finding absolute values.
 Use realworld examples to understand and apply integers . For example, we can use temperature, elevation, money, time, and more to represent and solve problems with integers.
 Practice, practice, practice ! The more students practice with integers, the more confident and comfortable they will become with them. Encourage your 6 th Grade students to use worksheets, games, quizzes, puzzles, and more to practice their skills with integers.
Grade 6 graphing and comparing integers worksheets for practice
If you want to test your 6 th grader's skills and knowledge on graphing and comparing integers , you can try Mathskills4kids’ Grade 6 integers worksheets that cover the topics we discussed in this article.
You can download and print them out for free or do them online with your students. Each worksheet has a set of questions, an answer key, and an explanation of how to solve each problem.
You can also check your student’s progress with a score report that shows how many questions they answered correctly and how long it took them to complete the worksheet.
 Understanding integers : This worksheet helps students review the basics of integers, such as what they are, how to write them, and how to identify them on a number line. They will also practice adding and subtracting integers using the rules of signs.
 Integers on number lines : This worksheet will help 6 th graders to practice graphing integers on horizontal and vertical number lines. They will also learn how to use arrows to show the direction and magnitude of an integer.
 Graph integers on horizontal and vertical number lines : This worksheet will help learners practice graphing integers on horizontal and vertical number lines . They will also learn how to label the points with their coordinates and how to find the coordinates of a point given its graph.
 Understand absolute value : This worksheet will help students understand the concept of absolute value, which is the distance of an integer from zero on a number line. They will also learn how to find the absolute value of an integer using brackets or a vertical bar symbol .
 Absolute value and opposite integers : This worksheet will help 6 th Grade students practice finding the absolute value and the opposite of an integer . They will also learn how to use the properties of absolute value and opposite integers to simplify expressions and solve equations.
 Compare integers : This worksheet will help learners practice comparing integers using greater than, less than, or equal to symbols . They will also learn how to use a number line to compare integers visually and how to order integers from least to greatest or vice versa.
 Put integers in order : This worksheet will help 6 th graders practice putting integers from least to greatest or from greatest to least . They will also learn how to use a number line to check their answers and arrange integers in ascending or descending order.
 Integers inequalities with absolute values : This worksheet will help students practice solving inequalities that involve integers and absolute values . They will also learn how to graph the solutions of inequalities on a number line and write the solutions using interval or set notation.
 Integers and absolute values word problems : This worksheet will help children practice solving realworld problems that involve integers and absolute values. They will also learn how to translate words into mathematical expressions and equations and how to use different strategies to solve word problems.
Bonus: additional resources for further learning integers and practice
If you want to help your 6 th Grade students learn more about integers and practice their skills with them, here are some additional resources you can explore online. These resources include videos, games, quizzes, puzzles, and more to help them understand and enjoy integers.
 [ Khan Academy: Integers ]( https://www.khanacademy.org/math/ccsixthgrademath/cc6thnegativenumbertopic )  This website has video lessons, interactive exercises, and quizzes on integers and negative numbers. 6 th graders can learn about the basics of integers, how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide them, and how to use them in word problems.
 [ IXL: Grade 6 Integers ]( https://www.ixl.com/math/grade6/integers )  This website has online worksheets on various topics related to integers, such as graphing, comparing, ordering, absolute value, and operations. Students can get instant feedback and track their progress as they practice.
 [ Math Goodies: Integer Worksheets ]( https://www.mathgoodies.com/lessons/vol5/compare_order )  This website has printable worksheets on graphing and comparing integers. You can choose the difficulty level of students, the number of questions, and the worksheet format. You can also get the answer keys and explanations for each question.
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Integers are an essential part of grade 6 math. They help students represent many things in math and real life, such as temperature, elevation, money, etc.
They also help learners perform adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing operations. By learning how to graph and compare integers on a number line, your 6 th graders can understand the meaning of positive and negative integers, use symbols to compare them, use absolute value to find the distance between them and solve realworld problems using them.
By following the tips and tricks in this article and using the worksheets and resources provided, your children can master integers in grade 6 math. They can also have fun and enjoy learning about integers. Integers are powerful tools that will help 6 th graders unlock many mathematical concepts and skills in the future. So please encourage your students not to fear integers; they should instead embrace them!
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Printable integers exercises with answers
Get a speedy grasp of integer’s fluency with Grade 6 integers worksheets: Graphing and comparing integers . The mastery and functioning of natural numbers and their negatives is of great use to young mathematicians, both in advanced math concepts and in real life. In line with this, our well modelled and fun printable integers exercises with answers are a perfect guide to kid’s knowledge of where and when to use positive and negative integers.
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It is commonly observed that most kids face difficulties when dealing with positive and negative numbers. Without much stress, get quick solutions to your kid’s difficulty with these inspirational printable integers exercises . You’ll consequently boast of their instant and concrete understanding of integers.
How can mental models enhance a deeper insight into the functioning of integers?
Grade 6 integers worksheets: Graphing and comparing integers are enriched with amazing mental models, these tools are helpful to allow kids easily visualize and bring together the reality of positive and negative numbers in real world contexts.
You’ll however find here simple tricks on how mental models can enhance a deeper insight into the functioning of integers . This is evidenced with our printable integers exercises with answers such as understanding integers (integer number line), understand absolute value, graph integers on vertical and horizontal number line, etc.
These number lines will enable kids to understand that positive and negative numbers are used together to describe quantities having opposite directions or values. Also, they’ll concretely use positive and negative numbers to represent quantities in realworld contexts, explaining the meaning of 0 in each situation.
Interest in developing simple strategies fast learning integers
Our interest in developing simple strategies fast learning integers is as regards the importance and use of both positive and negative numbers in math. Hence, understanding integers is a great way for kids to easily;
 Compare numbers, mindless of how big or small they appear
 Understand absolute value
 Understand opposite integers etc.
Besides, engaging in our Grade 6 integers worksheets: Graphing and comparing integers do not only offer opportunities to gains in math classes but also to other subjects, as well as real life situations. The following real life concepts are best to use when referring to negative integers;
 Temperature below zero
 Owing money
N.B :
Any number below zero is a negative integer.
With negative integers, as the digit gets bigger, the number gets smaller. For instance 9 is smaller than 4.
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Grade 6 maths integers multiple choice questions (mcqs).
1. 2 subtracted from 7 gives: (a) 9 (b) 5 (c) 5 (d) 9
2. 5 added to – 5 gives: (a) 10 (b) 10 (c) 0 (d) 25
3. The number 3 less than 2 is: (a) 1 (b) 1 (c) 5 (d) 5
4. Which of the following numbers is to the right of 3 on number line? (a) 4 (b) 2 (c) 12 (d) 13
5. The number of integers between 2 and 2 is: (a) 5 (b) 4 (c) 3 (d) 2
6. The opposite of 7 is: (a) 6 (b) 6 (c) 5 (d) 7
7. In addition and subtraction of the integers the sign of answer depends upon: (a) smaller Number (b) their Difference (c) their Sum (d) greater numerical value
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8. Which of the following number is greater than 1? (a) 2 (b) 10 (c) 0 (d) 3
9. 7 steps to the left of 4 on number line gives: (a) 3 (b) 11 (c) 11 (d) 3
10. What will be the opposite of 3 km south? (a) 3 km east (b) 3 km north (c) 3 km north east (d) 3 km west
11. Which of the following set of numbers is in descending orders? (a) 2, 2, 1, 1 (b) 0, 1, 2, 3 (c) 1, 0, 1, 2 (d) 3, 2, 1, 0
12. Sum of 10, – 5 and 12 is: (a) 27 (b) 3 (c) 3 (d) 27
13. Which of the following statement is false? (a) 4 > 5 (b) 4 < 5 (c) 4 < 5 (d) 4 > 5
14. Which of the following is in increasing order? (a) 0, 1, 1 (b) 1, 2, 3 (c) 1, 0, 1 (d) 1, 1, 2
15. Which of the following number forms a pattern? (a) 6, 3, 0, 3 (b) 5, 3, 2, 0 (c) 0, 2, 3, 4 (d) 1, 2, 4, 6
16. Which of the following will give answer with negative sign? (a) 48 + 79 (b) 40 + 40 (c) 18 + 30 (d) 48 + (39)
17. What will be the additive inverse of 1? (a) 2 (b) 1 (c) 0 (d) 1
18. Sum of a negative and a positive integer is: (a) always negative (b) either positive or negative (c) always positive (d) zero
19. The pair of integers whose sum is 5: (a) 1, 4 (b) 1, 6 (c) 3, 2 (d) 5, 0
20. 39 – 50 is: (a) Not possible (b) 89 (c) 11 (d) 10
Class 6 Maths Integers True (T) or False (F)
1. (8) + ……………. = 0 2. 13 + ………………. = 0 3. 12 +(12) = …………… 4. (4) + …………….. = 12 5. …………… 15 = 10
Class 6 Maths Integers Write the following numbers with appropriate signs:
1. 100 m below sea level 2. 25°c above 0°c temperature 3. 15°c below 0°c temperature 4. any five numbers less than 0
Class 6 Maths Integers Very Short Answer Type Questions
1. Represent +5 and 3 on the number line. 2. Write five negative integers greater than 10. 3. How many integers lie between 5 and 4? 4. Write the following integers in ascending order: 5, 7, 2, 3, 0, 7 5. Find the sum (7) + (9) + 4 – 16. 6. Find : 50 – (40) + (20).
Class 6 Maths Integers Short Answer Type Questions
1. Write opposite of the following: (a) Increase in height (b) Loss of ₹ 500 (c) 10 Km. South (d) 50 m below sea level 2. A man is standing at 5 on the number line. In which direction and how many steps should he move to reach at 11? 3. In the following pairs, which number is to the right of the other on the number line? (a) 0 and 3 (b) 7 and 7 (c) 1000 and 4 4. Solve without using the number line. (a) (7)8(23) (b) 4 – (8) + (7) – (8)
Class 6 Maths Integers Long Answer Type Questions
1. (a) Subtract31 from 50. (b) Subtract 50 from 31. 2. Subtract the sum of 16 and 26 from the sum of 25 and 40. 3. Simplify : 1 + (3) + 5 + (7) + 9 + (11) + 13 + (15)
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Integers are a set of whole numbers and their opposites. These sixth grade integers worksheets are really helpful to enh ance a student’s knowledge about integers by modeling and solving problems based on real life scenarios. ...Read More Read Less
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The integers worksheets for grade 6 helps students to understand the definition, examples and mathematical operations on integers. The concept of integers will follow the student through each grade in their journey through math across higher grades. In these worksheets a student will go through the concepts such as the number line, representation of different quantities and using integers to model real life questions. These sixth grade integers worksheets contain questions related to the following topics:
 Representation of integers on number lines: A number line is a visual representation of numbers on a straight line. All real numbers can be represented on a number line. These integers worksheets for grade 6 contain questions in which integers are represented on a number line.
 Opposites of integers: Two numbers that are the same distance from 0 on a number line, but on the opposite sides of 0, are called opposites. Questions related to opposites are seen in easy level worksheets and can be solved easily.
 Applying integers to model real life problems: The online free integers worksheets for grade 6 contain context based questions where integers are used to represent quantities.
 Comparing and ordering integers: Each integer has a specific position on a number line. On the basis of the position of integers a student can compare and order different integers. This is an easy and interesting activity, in which a student will have fun solving the questions.
If you feel the need to refresh your understanding about integers as a concept, click on the following links:
 Integers on number line and their comparison
 Adding Integers
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 Dividing operations on integers
 Properties of Integers
Benefits of 6th Grade Integers Worksheets:
 Integers worksheets (Easy): These sixth grade integers worksheets help the student to recall the various terms and operations related to integers. These free printable worksheets allure the student to learn concepts and apply them in the classroom.
 Integers worksheets (Medium): Printable and online integers worksheets for grade 6 enable the student to perform various operations on integers to solve different problems. It also helps the student to strengthen the ability to quickly solve problems on integers. These worksheets also help to improve the aptitude of a student.
 Integers worksheets (Hard): These online as well as printable free integers worksheets for sixth grade help students to understand specific types of problems in which the solutions to these problems have either two, or more than two steps to be implemented, implying that there may by more than two operations applied to integers to solve problems. This prepares students to create strategies to solve such challenging problems. Such worksheets also help the student to improve their problem solving skills for future grades.
Printable PDFs & Online 6th Grade Worksheets:
Free printable integers worksheets for 6th grade act as an excellent resource to boost skills related to solving problems on integers, and to prepare students for school tests and other aptitude exams. The 6th grade integers worksheets assist the student in developing a comprehensive grasp of the application of integers. Attempting challenging questions that appear in higher grades is an added advantage. The integers worksheets for grade 6 covers basic application, such as representation on the number line, finding opposites, comparing and ordering, applying integers to model real life problems. The online sixth grade integers worksheets are supported by images, which make learning interesting. Timed online worksheets also help the student to enhance time management skills, especially while solving particular types of questions. With these timed worksheets the student can also compare scores and time spent on the worksheets with classmates and challenge them as well.
How does a sixth grade student compare two integers?
To compare two integers a student represents these integers on the number line and inspect the position of both integers. Numbers to the right are greater than numbers to the left.
How are 6th grade integers worksheets advantageous to students?
When students solve worksheets on their own, it promotes active learning as they feel a sense of accomplishment. It raises the curiosity level about integers in relation to specific topics, and in turn, enables them to take up more challenging questions. In the integers worksheets for grade 6 from BYJU’S Math, students also learn the method of applying stepwise solutions that further strengthens their understanding about integers.
What is the opposite of zero?
The opposite of zero is zero as 0 cannot be assigned a sign like plus or minus, and there cannot be a negative value attached to 0.
List the topics covered in sixth grade integers worksheets?
These sixth grade integers worksheets covers the following topics:
 Representation of integers on the number line
 Comparison of integers
 Opposites of integers
 Operations on integers
Why are these interactive worksheets necessary for students?
Free online interactive grade 6 integers worksheets link learning multiple concepts with a fun element. These worksheets follow the common core math structure and assist the student to be completely familiar with the methods and terms used in 6th grade.
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6th Grade Integers Worksheet
In 6th grade integers worksheet contains various types of questions on integers, absolute value of an integer, addition of integer, properties of integer, subtraction of integer, properties of subtraction of integers and word problems on integers.
I. Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) on Integers.
Tick ( ✔ ) the correct option.
1. The value of 67  28 is
2. The predecessor of 209 is
3. The additive inverse of 1 is
4. The sum of two integers is 178. If one of them is 119, then the other one is
(i) 297
5. On subtracting 24 from 12, we get
I. 1. The value of 67  28 is (ii) 39
2. The predecessor of 209 is (iii) 210
3. The additive inverse of 1 is (iv) 1
4. The sum of two integers is 178. If one of them is 119, then the other one is (i) 297
5. On subtracting 24 from 12, we get (iv) 12
II. State True or False:
(i) 7 and 7 are equidistant from 0 on the number line.
(ii) Integers are closed under subtraction.
(iii) On the number line 10 lies on the right of 0
(iv) The value of 14  (6) is 20.
(v) The sum of two integers is 45. If one of them is 38, then the other is 83.
II. (i) True
(iii) False
III. Fill in the blanks.
(i) The smallest 5digit negative integer is __________.
(ii) The sum of two integers is always an __________.
(iii) __________ is the smallest +ve integer.
(iv) Opposite of going 55 km to the East is going 55 km to the __________.
(v) 17 km below the sea level can be indicated using integers as __________.
III. (i) 99999
(ii) integer
IV. Match the columns.


(i) 37  (15)  (a) 101 
(ii)  (500)  (b) 26 
(iii) 19 + (12)  (5)  (c) 22 
(iv) Negative of 999  (d) 500 
(v) The value of 101  (e) 999 
IV. (i) → (c)
(ii) → (d)
(iii) → (b)
(iv) → (e)
(v) → (a)
V. Word Problems on Integers.
(i) Two integers have a difference of 6 and a sum of 40. What are the integers?
(ii) A fruitseller had a profit of $178 on Saturday, a loss of $70 on Sunday and a loss of $89 on Monday. Find his net profit or loss in these three days.
V. (i) 17 and 23
(ii) Profit $19
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6th Grade Division Worksheets
Here you will find a range of Free Printable 6th Grade Division Worksheets.
The following worksheets involve using the 6th Grade Math skills of dividing multidigit numbers, including decimals, and solving division problems.
Using these sheets will help your child learn to:
 divide multidigit numbers by one and 2digit numbers;
 divide decimals.
 Divisibility Rules Worksheets
 Decimal Division Facts
 Long Division of Decimal Numbers
 Dividing Negative Numbers (randomly generated)
6th Grade Math Problems
Here you will find our selection of free 6th grade math word problems.
Each sheet is availabel in both standard and metric units (where applicable).
Each sheet comes complete with a separate answer sheet.
All the problems are based around 'real life' such as the planets, heights of mountains, or length of rivers.
Using these sheet will help your child to:
 apply their addition, subtraction, multiplication and division skills;
 apply their knowledge of rounding and place value;
 solve a range of problems including "real life" problems and ratio problems.
 6th Grade Percent Word Problems
 Fractions Worksheets
 Percentage Worksheets
 Ratio Worksheets
6th Grade Fraction Worksheets
Here you will find a range of free printable 6th Grade Fraction Worksheets.
At 6th Grade level, children are introduced to adding and subtracting fractions with different denominators. They know and can use equivalent fractions, and can multiply and divide fractions by whole numbers, as well as mixed numbers.
 add and subtract fractions and mixed numbers;
 understand how to multiply fractions by a whole number;
 understand how to multiply two fractions together, including mixed fractions;
 understand the relationship between fractions and division;
 know how to divide fractions and mixed fractions;
 convert decimals to fractions.
 Multiplying Fractions Worksheets
 Multiplying Mixed Fractions
 How to Divide Fractions
 Dividing Fractions by Whole numbers
 Divide Whole numbers by Fractions
 How to Divide Mixed Numbers
 Multiplying and Dividing Fractions (Randomly Generated)
 Add Subtract Multiply Divide Fractions (Randomly Generated)
 Free Printable Fraction Riddles (harder)
 Fractions Decimals Percents Worksheets
6th Grade Percentage Worksheets
Take a look at our percentage worksheets for finding the percentage of a number or money amount.
We have a range of percentage sheets from quite a basic level to much harder.
 Percentage of Numbers Worksheets
 Money Percentage Worksheets
 Basic Percentage Word Problems (easier)
 6th Grade Percent Word Problems (harder)
6th Grade Ratio and Unit Rate Worksheets
These 5th grade ratio worksheets are a great way to introduce this concept.
We have a range of part to part ratio worksheets and slightly harder problem solving worksheets.
 Ratio Part to Part Worksheets
 Ratio and Proportion Worksheets
 The Definition of Unit Rate
 Unit Rate Problems 6th Grade
6th Grade Algebra Worksheets
If you are looking for some 6th grade algebra worksheets to use with your child to help them understand simple equations then try our selection of basic algebra worksheets.
There are a range of 6th grade math worksheets covering the following concepts:
 Generate the algebra  and write your own algebraic expressions;
 Calculate the algebra  work out the value of different expressions;
 Solve the algebra  find the value of the term in the equation.
 Use the distributive property to factorize and expand different expressions
 6th Grade Distributive Property Worksheets
 Expressions and Equations 6th Grade
 Basic Algebra Worksheets (6th & 7th Grade)
 Input and Output Function Tables with Algebraic Functions
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6th Grade Geometry Worksheets
Here is our range of 6th grade Geometry worksheets.
 Geometry Nets Information and Worksheets
 Parts of a Circle Worksheets
 Coordinate Plane Worksheets (All 4 Quadrants)
6th Grade Area & Perimeter Worksheets
 Area of Parallelogram Worksheets
 Area of Quadrilaterals
 Area of Right Triangle
 Square Inside a Circle Area Support Page
 Surface Area Worksheet 6th Grade
6th Grade Measurement Worksheets
 Metric Conversion Worksheets (4th to 6th Grade)
 Convert Customary Units of Length Worksheets (randomly generated)
 Convert Customary Units of Capacity Worksheets (randomly generated)
Data & Statistics Worksheets
Find links to our 6th grade Statistics worksheets below.
Using these 6th grade math worksheets will help you to:
 find the mean of up to 5 numbers;
 find a missing data point when the mean is given.
 find the median of a set of data.
 create and interpret line plots.
 create and interpret dot plots and box plots.
 Median Worksheets
 Mean Worksheets
 Mode and Range Worksheets
 Mean Median Mode and Range Worksheets
 Line Graphs 6th Grade Worksheets
 Dot Plot Worksheets
 Box Plot Worksheets
Fun Zone: Puzzles, Games and Riddles
 6th Grade Math Games
Here you will find a range of free printable 6th Grade Math games.
All children like to play Math games, and you will find a good range of Grade 6 Math Games here for your child to play and enjoy.
The following games involve different 5th Grade Math activities which you and your child can enjoy together.
 Algebra Math Games
 6th Grade Math Puzzles
Here you will find a range of printable 6th grade math puzzles for your child to enjoy.
The puzzles will help your child practice and apply their addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts as well as developing their thinking and reasoning skills in a fun and engaging way.
Using these puzzles will help your child to:
 learn and practice their addition and subtraction facts, including fractions and decimals;
 develop their understanding of negative numbers;
 practice and apply multiplication and division facts;
 develop problem solving skills and reasoning.
6th Grade Math Quiz
Here is our collection of Math Quizzes for 6th grade.
Quizzes are a great way to practise math skills or to asses knowledge.
 6th Grade Math Quiz page
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Class vi math, class 6  integers worksheet 2.
1. −25 + 50 = _____. a) 25 b) 50 c) 75 d)−25
2. −75 − 125 = _____. a) 50 b) −50 c) 75 d) −75
3. −22 − 11 = _____. a) 22 b) −11 c) −22 d) 11
4. Zero is the smallest positive integer. Mark True / False. a) True b) False
5. Every natural number is greater than all negative integer. Mark True / False. a) True b) False
6. How many positive integers are there in between −5 and 5. a) 11 b) 5 c) 4 d) 9
7. 10 more than −7 is _____. a) −7 b) −3 c) 3 d) 17
8. The absolute value of an integer is always greater than the integer. Mark True / False. a) True b) False
9. How many negative integers are there between 5 and −7? a) 6 b) 7 c) 8 d) 12
10. −(−25) = _____. a) −25 b) 25 c) 20 d) None of these
11. −(+2025) = _____. a) −2025 b) 2025 c) 225 d) None of these
12. What is the additive inverse of 500? a) 500 b) −500 c) 0 d) None of these
13. 65 − 32 − −27 − (−7) = _____. a) 23 b) 23 c) 13 d) None of these
14. −25 − (−4) − 75 −12 + 6 = _____. a) 100 b) 105 c) 103 d) 102
15. One integer is greater than the other by 6. If one number is −20, then the other number is _____. a) −26 b) −14 c) −20 d) None of these
16. Temperature at the foot of the mountain is 100C. It fell down by 15°C at the top of the mountain. What is the temperature at the top of the mountain? a) 10°C b) 15°C c) −5°C d) None of these
17. What is the smallest negative number? a) −1 b) −5 c) −10 d) Does not exist
18. What is the biggest positive number? a) 1 b) 1000 c) 10000 d) Does not exist
19. Negative of negative integer is a positive integer. Mark True / False. a) True b) False
20. Positive of a negative integer is a positive integer. Mark True / False. a) True b) False
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Sixth Grade Math Worksheets
Our pdf sixth grade math worksheets provide consistent practice to develop fluency in fractions, decimals, GCF, LCM, integers, geometry, and many more. Children have a wealth of printable math resources at their fingertips.
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Sixth Grade Multiplication and Division Worksheets
Are you hoping to make your assessment time more versatile and rewarding? This section of our 6th grade math worksheets helps practice and perfect dividing and multiplying multidigit numbers.
 Multidigit Multiplication
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Sixth Grade Statistics and Probability Worksheets
Embark on these worksheets and learn how to represent and interpret data. Plenty of exercises on the mean, median, mode, range, and boxandwhisker plots can be found here.
 Mean, Median, Mode and Range
 BoxandWhisker Plot
Sixth Grade Ordered Pairs and Coordinate Plane Worksheets
Learn to graph ordered pairs and identify the four quadrants with these printable math worksheets for grade 6 kids. Ordered pairs are a pair of numbers showing the location of a point.
 Ordered Pairs and Coordinate Plane
 Coordinate Plane Word Problems
 Identifying Quadrants
 Graphing Points on the Coordinate Plane
Sixth Grade Geometry Worksheets
Elevate 6th grade children's understanding of geometry and keep them pleasurably busy with our easytouse geometry worksheets stuffed full of exercises on volume and surface area.
 Volume of a Rectangular Prism
 Surface Area of 3D Figures Using Nets
 Surface Area by Counting Unit Squares
Sixth Grade GCF and LCM Worksheets
Watch the concepts of the greatest common factor (GCF) and the least common multiple (LCM) come across as household names when kids use the different methods featured in our exercises.
 Greatest Common Factor
 GCF of Two Numbers
 GCF of Three Numbers
 GCF Using Venn Diagram
 GCF and LCM Word Problems
 Least Common Multiple
 LCM of Two Numbers
 LCM of Three Numbers
Sixth Grade Fractions Worksheets
Navigate through these pdf worksheets and bolster your skill in dividing fractions. A handful of word problems depicting realworld situations will make this resource even more fun.
 Dividing Fractions
 Dividing Mixed Numbers and Whole Numbers
 Dividing Mixed Numbers and Fractions
 Fraction Division Word Problems
Sixth Grade Decimals Worksheets
In the saddle are multidigit decimals with four standard operations to help children in grade 6 gain speed and accuracy while working out the problems in these math worksheet pdfs.
 Adding Decimals
 Adding Decimals Using Number Lines
 Adding Decimals Using Blocks
 Adding Decimals with Thousandths
 Adding Decimals Using Grids
 Decimal Addition with Missing Addends
 Adding Three Decimals
 Adding Four Decimals
 Subtracting Decimals
 Subtracting Decimals Using Number Lines
 Subtracting Decimals Using Blocks
 Subtracting Decimals with Thousandths
 Subtracting Decimals Using Grids
 Subtracting Decimals from Whole Numbers
 Missing Decimals in Subtraction
 Decimal Multiplication
 Multiplying Decimals by 10, 100, and 1000
 Multiplying Decimals by Whole Numbers
 Multiplying Decimals by Powers of Ten
 Dividing Decimals
 Dividing Decimals by Powers of Ten
 Dividing Decimals and Whole Numbers
 Dividing Decimals by Adding Zeros
Sixth Grade Integers Worksheets
Is your child struggling with integers? Fret not! We have a solution for you. Our worksheets help them understand the basics of integers with a variety of exercises.
 Integers on a Number Line
 Representation of Integers
 Opposite Value of Integers
 Absolute Value and Opposite Integers
 Ordering Integers on a Number Line
 Comparing Integers
 Ordering Integers
Sixth Grade Ratio and Proportion Worksheets
Wondering how you can help young learners mathematically compare two or more items in a snap? Use the concept of ratio and proportion and give them a head start in this topic.
 Constant of Proportionality
 Converting Decimals and Percents
 Converting Fractions and Percents
 Converting between Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
Sixth Grade Expressions Worksheets
Presenting expressions involving exponents, fractions, decimals, and parentheses, this comprehensive review set requires math learners to simplify the expressions using the appropriate rules.
 Add, Subtract, Multiply, and Divide  DMAS
 Evaluating Expressions with Parentheses
 Evaluating Expressions with Exponents
 Equivalent Algebraic Expressions
 Translating Phrases into Algebraic Expressions
Sixth Grade Equations and Inequalities Worksheets
If you have exhausted your bag of resources, grab our pdf grade 6 math worksheets, and practice solving onestep equations involving the arithmetic operations in a jiffy!
 OneStep Equations
 OneStep Equation  Addition and Subtraction
 OneStep Equations  Multiplication and Division
 OneStep Equations Involving Fractions
 OneStep Equations Involving Decimals
 Translating Inequality Phrases
 OneStep Inequalities
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Integers Worksheets
Integers worksheets deal with the addition and subtraction of integers, adding and subtracting multiple integers, and multiplication and division of different integers. An integer is one of the most important concepts of mathematics and most of the concepts rely on this topic. Practicing multiple integer worksheets can strengthen this concept.
Benefits of Integers Worksheets
Integers worksheets provide flexibility and encourage students to solve multiple problems. These worksheets ensure regular practice as the concept of integers needs a lot of practice. Apart from that, these worksheets can also boost the problemsolving skills of a student.
Integer worksheets have visual simulations, with the help of which students can understand concepts easily by seeing things in action. These math worksheets also deal with the logical and reasoning aspect of mathematics and help students in reallife scenarios as well.
The stepwise approach of these worksheets helps students approach a variety of problems with ease and solidifies their concept.
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Integers worksheets for grade 6, including addition and subtraction of integers, adding and subtracting multiple integers, and multiplication and division of integers. No login required.
This page includes Integers worksheets for comparing and ordering integers, adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing integers and order of operations with integers. If you've ever spent time in Canada in January, you've most likely experienced a negative integer first hand.
Grade 6 Integers Worksheets  Grab our free math worksheets featuring exercises in mathematics to ace the problemsolving methods of different mathematical topics.
Grade 6 math worksheets on multiplication of integers. Free pdf worksheets from K5 Learning's online reading and math program.
Integer worksheets contain a huge collection of practice pages based on the concepts of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Exclusive pages to compare and order integers and representing integers on a number line are given here with a variety of activities and exercises. These pdf worksheets provide abundant practice for 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade students. Explore ...
Our printable grade 6 math worksheets delve deeper into earlier grade math topics (4 operations, fractions, decimals, measurement, geometry) as well as introduce exponents, proportions, percents and integers.
Introducing our Grade 6 Graphing and Comparing Worksheets, designed to unlock the power of integers and make learning math an engaging experience. With these worksheets, your students will develop a deep understanding of graphing and comparing integers, allowing them to tackle realworld math problems confidently.
Class 6 Maths Integers Long Answer Type Questions. 1. (a) Subtract31 from 50. (b) Subtract 50 from 31. 2. Subtract the sum of 16 and 26 from the sum of 25 and 40. 3.
Free Math Worksheets for Grade 6. This is a comprehensive collection of free printable math worksheets for sixth grade, organized by topics such as multiplication, division, exponents, place value, algebraic thinking, decimals, measurement units, ratio, percent, prime factorization, GCF, LCM, fractions, integers, and geometry.
The integers worksheets for grade 6 covers basic application, such as representation on the number line, finding opposites, comparing and ordering, applying integers to model real life problems. The online sixth grade integers worksheets are supported by images, which make learning interesting. Timed online worksheets also help the student to ...
Learn about integers and their absolute value. Get an indepth understanding of integers by comparing, ordering, and doing basic operations.
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In 6th grade integers worksheet contains various types of questions on integers, absolute value of an integer, addition of integer, properties of integer, subtraction of integer, properties of subtraction of integers and word problems on integers.
The following 6th grade math worksheets involve using addition and subtraction with a range of different number types. Using these sheets will help your child to: add and subtract decimals up to 3dp; add a columns of multidigit numbers, including decimals. add and subtract positive and negative integers.
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Our pdf sixth grade math worksheets provide consistent practice to develop fluency in fractions, decimals, GCF, LCM, integers, geometry, and many more. Children have a wealth of printable math resources at their fingertips.
When multiplying or dividing integers, multiply and divide just like you would for positive numbers to get the number part of the answer. Then use the table below to determine the correct sign.
Integers Worksheets  Worksheets aid in improving the problemsolving skills of students in turn guiding the kids to learn and understand the patterns as well as the logic of math faster. Access the best math worksheets at Cuemath for free.
Find the missing number in the following addition of integers. 5 + ____ + 19 = 2. The temperature of New York City on a certain day is 3°C. The next day, it increases by 2°C. Then what is the temperature on the next day? Fill in the following table by adding the integers. = − 45 and b = 12 .
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