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Did you teach absolute value? You need these absolute value stations for your middle school math students. Students will understand absolute value as a distance from zero with the use of number lines, compare integers and absolute value numbers, analyze absolute value in the real-world, and do these with fun and engaging activities such as puzzles, mystery pictures, and letter writing.

Stations Included

  • Understanding Absolute Value: Students will understand absolute value as the the measure of a number from zero on a number line.
  • Absolute Value Comparisons: Students will color a fun mystery picure while evaluting comparing values of integers and absolute value wiht <, >, or =.
  • Absolute Value Puzzle: Students will basic absolute value expressions to assemble a puzzle.
  • Applied Absolute Value: Students will analyze absolute value in the real-world.
  • Letter Writing: Students will write a letter to their friend about everything they know about absolute value.

These would also be great to use as homework, group work or assessments.

Recording sheets and answer keys are provided

No refunds will be given. Please contact me for any questions.¬†ūüėä

One purchase is for one teacher/family. You may only use this item with students in a single classroom/family. 

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