### Leo's Integer Story

Once upon a time, a boy named Bobby woke up in his school. He was the littlest boy in his grade and had no friends. He didn't know why he woke up in his school. He looked at the clock above him and it was 8:30. He knew students would start coming in the school at 9:00. He looked at himself and realized he had no jeans, shoes or a t-shirt on. So he explored the school to look for some clothing and found something sticking out of a locker. So he went up to it and found a lock. The lock said, "If you wish to open my lock and find the surprise in this locker, you must solve my question." The question was (+6) + (-2). He was surprised the lock could talk but had to think of the question. So he thought of algebra tiles from his math class.

He realized he learned this kind of questions in his math class and solved the question.

He solved the question, put on the shoes and moved to the washroom.

He realized he learned this kind of questions in his math class and solved the question.

The locker opened and he found a pair of jeans and put it on. He thought he looked cool, but the jeans were too big for him but he didn't care. Next, he needed a t-shirt. So he looked in the classrooms. He went to the graphics room and found a t-shirt on the wall. It was too high so he got a chair but the chair wouldn't move. It had a picture on it's seat which was glued and the chair wouldn't move. He thought he had to solve the question so the chair would move so he tried solving it using a number line.

He got the t-shirt and ran to the next room.

He looked at the clock and it was 8:45. When he entered he noticed some shoes hanged to a hook. He tried taking them but a teacher came out of no where. Bobby noticed him by his hair and said, "Mr.Harbeck?" He nodded his head and said, "if you want these shoes you have to solve my integer question!" Bobby was confused by the question and was thinking hard. He thought about money and used "I have, I owe" technique.

He solved the question, put on the shoes and moved to the washroom.

He entered the washroom and looked at himself in the mirror. He said to himself, "I am one dirty beast." So he went up to the sink and tried turning it on but it wouldn't work. The sink said to Bobby, "If you wish to clean yourself, you must solve this question." Bobby thought real hard because this was the hardest question he had ever had. He thought of making all of them in to one positive and negative values and tried solving the question.

He solved it correctly and the taps started pouring water.

He cleaned his face and hands and looked at himself again. Then the bell rang and he ran out of the washroom.

He ran all the way to his locker and saw some boys hanging around his locker. He went up to it and was scared they might do something. But suddenly, the boys did block his locker and said, "if you want to get to you locker you have to answer our integer question." Bobby thought real hard because this was also harder because it was subtracting integers. So Bobby thought really hard.

He solved it correctly and the boys moved away. They said, "your really smart, we could use you" and Bobby agreed and made new friends.

They all started talking about each other and told their friend named, Aaron, to break dance in front of everyone. Bobby was wondering what that meant but just waited what break dancing was going to look like. But Aaron said, "I'll only break dance if you guys answer this hard question." Everyone looked at Bobby and he knew he had to answer it. The only problem was that this question was the hardest integer question of all. So Bobby thought really hard and tried solving it.

Bobby solved it correctly and he and his friends were very happy.

Bobby was very happy that he solved this question and his friends were happy they would get to see Aaron break dance. Bobby finally saw Aaron break dance and said to himself, "I want to try this and practice at it everyday." Bobby asked Aaron if he could have some lessons on break dancing and Aaron agreed. Bobby was very happy and it was a start of something new to Bobby's life.

THE END.

He solved it correctly and the taps started pouring water.

He cleaned his face and hands and looked at himself again. Then the bell rang and he ran out of the washroom.

He ran all the way to his locker and saw some boys hanging around his locker. He went up to it and was scared they might do something. But suddenly, the boys did block his locker and said, "if you want to get to you locker you have to answer our integer question." Bobby thought real hard because this was also harder because it was subtracting integers. So Bobby thought really hard.

He solved it correctly and the boys moved away. They said, "your really smart, we could use you" and Bobby agreed and made new friends.

They all started talking about each other and told their friend named, Aaron, to break dance in front of everyone. Bobby was wondering what that meant but just waited what break dancing was going to look like. But Aaron said, "I'll only break dance if you guys answer this hard question." Everyone looked at Bobby and he knew he had to answer it. The only problem was that this question was the hardest integer question of all. So Bobby thought really hard and tried solving it.

Bobby solved it correctly and he and his friends were very happy.

Bobby was very happy that he solved this question and his friends were happy they would get to see Aaron break dance. Bobby finally saw Aaron break dance and said to himself, "I want to try this and practice at it everyday." Bobby asked Aaron if he could have some lessons on break dancing and Aaron agreed. Bobby was very happy and it was a start of something new to Bobby's life.

THE END.

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