The worksheets found here will do a whole bunch of math focused on the inclusion of integers.

Integers are one of the five classification of real numbers that is often confused and not made clear to students. They include integers, irrational, natural, rational, and whole numbers. Whole numbers are positive values that lack a fractional or decimal value. Integers are show numbers that also include the other side of a number line, the negative values. Natural numbers are counting numbers, but do not include zero. Rational numbers are fractions of two integers (formed by a quotient). Irrational numbers are values that cannot be written as a fraction. Any number that is not a fraction or that does not have a fractional component to it is called an integer. Sometimes these are referred to as plain numbers as well. There are a few things that people often forget about integers because they stray from the simple definition itself. Since zero does not and basically cannot have a fractional component, zero is an integer. Also, all negative counting numbers are integers as well. Just because it has a negative symbol, does not mean it's not an integer.

The worksheets and lesson series that are available on this page feature a wide range of skills. Please note that everything is ordered by alphabetization. The reasons being that this is a topic that overlaps many different grade levels. We would encourage you to explore the different numbering systems available in this topic. We have over 350 integer worksheets for you below. Just click on the preview images below to find the worksheets that you are looking for.

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Absolute Value

This measure the distance a value resides from 0. In practice, it is the neutralizer of negatives.

Adding Larger Numbers

Some pretty big sums for you to calculate.

Adding and Subtracting Integers

We look at this from a variety of angles.

Bar Models

Students learn how to model word problems. This has a ton of application in real world settings.


Just because you own one, does not mean that you know how to use. We give you a calculator workout.

Closure Property

We work on identifying situation where this applies and then we process it.

Comparing Negative Integers

This is where students get tripped up and confused to high heaven.

Comparing Two Numbers

This is where you should get started with when you are comparing values.

Consecutive Integers Word Problems

These are problems that are very relative to the thought process of a computer programmer. Simple logic statements.

Consecutive Numbers

Numbers that follow each other and differ by a value of one.

Even and Odd

An even integer can be dividing exactly by two. Any integer that cannot by divided by two is called odd.

Integer Operation Rules with Addition

This mostly has to do with how negative and positive values interact.

Integer Operation Rules with Division

Students get confused when there is subtraction and negative numbers involved.

Integer Word Problems

These are open ended problems that can be solved a whole bunch of different ways.

Multiplying and Dividing Integers

What are the basic procedures that you should follow and how do you make sure it works for you?

Negative Integers on A Numbers Line

A great way to help make the concept real for students.

Number Sentences

Learn to write and interpret what is asked of you by them.

Ordering Numbers

You will be given a set of numbers and you are asked to organize them one way or another.

Positives and Negatives on a Numbers Line

Under normal conditions the boundary between these two is the zero mark. Move to the right and the values are positive. Move to the left of the zero and the values become more negative, the further you move.

Prime or Composite Numbers

Primes only have two factors that are itself and one. Composite numbers have three or more factors. All even values that are greater than two are composite.

Properties of Numbers

The big four are the associative, commutative, distributive, and identity properties.

Properties of Real Numbers

We add two forms of the closure property in here.

Rational Numbers

Any value that can be made by dividing two integers.

Roman Numerals

The numerical notation system invented by the Romans. They use a lettering system that represents numbers. You see it used at all the Super Bowls.

Writing Numbers into Words

Start by learning light values than focus on all the tens. Once you reach one hundred, it is pretty simple for there.