# Integers Worksheets PDF Free

Math worksheets on integers for children from 4th to 7th grades. Print any PDF worksheet on this page and your will realize they also have an answer key attached, making them easy for use by teachers and parents of primary school kids. These could also be used as extra homework materials or as math tests on integers on any of the following topics: what are integers, adding integers, word problems involving integers, division, addition and subtraction with integers, algebra with integers and more. Simply look at what this page go to offer and select among the multitude of resources.

Integers subtraction circle drill
Practice Integers subtraction circle drill with this worksheet.

Absolute values
Practice Absolute values with this worksheet.

Practice Add divide multiply intergers with this worksheet.

Practice Adding integers with this worksheet.

Comparisons
Practice Comparisons with this worksheet.

Integer equations
Practice Integer equations with this worksheet.

Ordering intergers
Practice Ordering intergers with this worksheet.

## Integers Worksheets PDF

Integers form the backbone of a lot of mathematical concepts present in your child’s K-12 math curriculum. Consisting of all whole numbers, including zero and their negative counterparts, integers are likely the very first type of number a child encounters.

Part of learning math in primary and secondary school deals with the nature and types of numbers themselves – these include integers. Children will learn to solve problems such as addition and subtraction with integers from an early age. As they proceed to elementary, they’ll have the chance to learn more about the properties of integers. To help reinforce what they’ve learned at home or at school, you can let them practice with our integers worksheets – PDF.

Integers can feel like a topic in the periphery by the time they are discussed at school, especially when compared to other competencies, including geometry and algebra. However, a proper understanding of what an integer can or cannot be is needed to correctly see the logic in many mathematical processes.

Integers come with their own set of rules and quirks. Many of their properties are explained, usually at the midpoint of a child’s elementary school journey. The most relevant properties that pop up in lessons include the associative property, commutative property, and distributive property. Said types of properties also instruct kids on the correct order of operations.

Our integers worksheets – PDF provide intuitive but mentally stimulating practice activities for children in the 4th to 7th Grade level. Each page is designed to be neat and orderly, and leaves ample space for children to jot down solutions.

This category tackles the concept of integers and its associated operations.

The “Ordering Integers” worksheet is a great place for kids to start applying their knowledge of integers after a lesson. It works best if they are able to understand and visualize how different kinds of integers – particularly positive and negative numbers -are placed on a number line.

We have a related exercise in the form of our “Comparisons” worksheet, in which students must simply complete an expression comparing two integers using the equal sign, or other inequality symbols. It seems trivial to note this but kids must always check for the presence of a negative symbol on their numbers.

The concept of absolute values is also covered in its own worksheet. It’s a nifty mechanic to turn numbers – regardless of sign – into positive numbers. This type of value is useful for when signs are not relevant, such as when solving for distances covered.

Any study of integers is incomplete without the chance to practice arithmetic. Luckily for your students, they’ll have their fill with our worksheets on adding integers, dividing and multiplying them, as well as subtracting these numbers. We even have a dedicated Integers Equations sheet with enough questions for a long quiz or assignment.