Absolute Value Worksheets
These printable worksheets can be used to teach your students about the absolute value of integers. Absolute value is simply the distance an integer is from zero on a number line. It is represented by two straight lines on either side of a number. For example, |-27| equals 27.
The printables on this page align with Common Core Standard CCSS.6.NS.7.
Part 1: Find the absolute values. Part 2: Compare numbers with absolute values. Part 3: Find two values for each variable.
On this printable, students will compare pairs of numbers using <, >, and =. Then they will order sets of four numbers from least to greatest.
This page has has sixteen questions about the A.V. of positive and negative integers.
This file has 30 task cards. Use them for peer study groups, on your document camera for whole-group instruction, classroom scavenger hunts, or small group lessons.
Absolute Value and Opposites
Find opposite numbers and absolute values. Then circle the correct answers to the math questions at the bottom of the page.
Positive and Negative Integers
This worksheet has a series of questions about absolute and opposite values.
Identify, add, subtract, multiply, and divide positive and negative integers.