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One-Step Equation Soup

When students first start learning equation solving, you want them to get a feeling for how to balance equations by using opposite operations. For example, in one-step equations if the original operation is addition, you’ll use subtraction to solve the equation. Write the following operations and numbers

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Let’s Go Shopping

Part 1 Get some simple toys or plastic objects and create some post-it price tags for them. For example, for the toy giraffe you could write the label as (g) = $.50 and for the toy boat you could use (b) = $.30. At this point, they

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Factoring Quadratics

Solving quadratic equations is difficult for students but before they even start they must understand the underpinnings of factoring. A graphic organizer can help them to try different factor pairs and keep their work clear and meaningful. Here’s an example of how to use a chart or

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Contradictions and Identities

After students have been solving equations in algebra for a while, they may get lulled into thinking that all equations have a single solution. Of course, this is not the case. Begin this activity by asking them a simple question. Do they think it’s possible to write

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Focus on Solving Equation Games & Activities – ULTIMATE Resource!

ULTIMATE Resource for Solving Equation Games, Activities, Worksheets & Posters/Anchor Charts WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THIS BUNDLE: – 31 Solving Equations games and activities – Big Bundle of Algebra Mazes/Worksheets – 15 Solving Equations Poster/Anchor Chart with Cards for Students BUNDLE Try a Few FREE Samples MAZES/WORKSHEETS –

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Equation Rummy: Solving Equations Game

Download this Game FREE and File it Away for Later! (NO EMAIL Opt-in Required) Students will need to think carefully about the cards they decide to keep, since they are not only selecting the numbers which will work to yield a positive answer for their result, they

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Tic-Tac-Toe Math Review Game

Tic-Tac-Toe Math

Submitted by Doris Tic-Tac-Toe Math Review Game Solving Simplified Equations Using Order of Operations Objective: Introduce solving simplified equations using order of operations. Materials: Chalkboard/White board and chalk/markers Players: 2 or more Rules: Objective of the game is to identify how to solve equations with different operations

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