Matching games teach addition and subtraction of negative numbers and also encourage students to see who can get done first. Create a worksheet with a large grid and place a problem in each box. Give each student different colored squares the same size as the squares of the grid, with an answer written on each square. Set a timer and when you say go, students race to put the right answer on the problem. The first one done with all correct answers wins. For older students, use multiplication and subtraction of negative numbers as well.

The same idea can be applied to the game of Bingo. Make a Bingo card with positive and negative numbers. Call out various problems and students can place a Bingo chip over the correct answer. The first person to create a Bingo wins. Give students scrap paper to work the problems out on if needed.