In this video segment from *Cyberchase*, the CyberSquad have become separated on an island. In order to find each other they bring up a map on their Skwak Pads and try to compare positions using a coordinate grid and landmarks on the map.

Harry agrees to take over his brother Pete's paper route for a week. After starting the job, he realizes the route was not planned out very well. He tries to rework it by analyzing the list of addresses. After making some adjustments to his list, he is able to create a new, easier and more efficient route.

In this video segment from *Cyberchase*, Harry decides he wants to compete in the Northern Hemisphere Games in New Orleans. He must compete in four events and score a total of 50 points to make the team. In each event, if he does well he can score high, but if he performs poorly, his score could become a negative number.

Introducing a card game that your students can play in small groups to develop their addition skills. This video focuses on addition of positive and negative numbers and briefly touches on subtraction of integers.

This video was submitted through the Innovation Math Challenge, a contest open to professional and nonprofessional producers and is part of the Math at the Core: Middle School collection.

Explaining the correct placement of positive and negative integers on a number line in 15 seconds with InstaCram from the *Math Club*.

Describing how parenthesis ( ) symbols can be used for separating number signs from operations in 8 seconds with InstaCram from the *Math Club*.

Challenge your knowledge of addition of positive and negative integers with this YouTube quiz from the * PBS Math Club*.

Challenge your knowledge of positive and negative integers with this YouTube quiz from the * PBS Math Club*.

Providing the opportunity to apply knowledge about positive and negative integers by narrating the clip. Students can describe how integers are represented on a number line as they relate to the dolphin jumping in and out of the water. An *I <3 Math* clip with no audio.

Simplify expressions with rational numbers using the distributive property of multiplication. This student-generated video focuses on using the distributive property to create equivalent expressions when multiplying by negative numbers and fractions.

This resource is part of the Math at the Core: Middle School collection.

Defining opposite numbers in 15 seconds using positive and negative integers on a number line with InstaCram from the *Math Club*.

In this video from *Cyberchase*, Harry decides he needs to start a regular workout schedule. He uses a graph to record his progress. In the accompanying classroom activity, students play a ball-balancing game and record their attempts on a graph to build on the concepts presented in the video. This resource is part of the Math at the Core: Middle School Collection.

Providing the opportunity to apply knowledge about positive and negative integers by narrating the clip. Students can describe how integers are represented on a number line as they relate to temperature. An *I <3 Math* clip with no audio.

Learn how algebra can quickly determine the point where two lines intersect. This video focuses on setting linear equations equal to each other to find a common solution.

This video was submitted through the Innovation Math Challenge, a contest open to professional and nonprofessional producers and is part of the Math at the Core: Middle School collection.

Simplify expressions with rational numbers using the distributive property of multiplication. This student-generated video focuses on using the distributive property to create equivalent expressions when multiplying by negative numbers and fractions, which can then be simplified.

This resource is part of the Math at the Core: Middle School collection.