Practice solving equations while having FUN with this big packet of games! Solving one step, two step and multi-step equations each have their own game, plus one game with all of them mixed up!
Topic: One step equations. In this version of checkers students must solve one step equations before moving their pieces into empty squares. Game includes printable checkerboard full of 64 problems and game pieces.
CONNECT FOUR GAME
Topic: Two step equations. Game includes 32 question cards with answers, that require students to solve two step equations before choosing a space on the game board. Printable game board and game pieces included.
Topic: Multi-step equations. Game includes 2 tic-tac-toe game boards with problems in each box. Students must solve problems before they can mark the square with an X or an O. Printable game board is two sided, with answers on the back.
Topic: one step, two step and multistep equations.
Students must place dominoes end to end by matching up questions and answers. 40 printable dominoes with directions included.
***All games include directions and teacher tips. Everything you need to start having fun is included!
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I'm using the tic-tac-toe & dominoes to review solving multi-step equations with my eigth graders. This is a great, creative way to get them excited about this skill! Thank you!
February 25, 2013
February 19, 2013
My kids really enjoyed these! Connect Four and Tic-Tac-Toe were favorites. For others who might be using them, one thing I changed was printing the answers on the game or cards. I left them off and instead it was the partner's job to check by substituting the answer back in to the original equation (since this is a skill I was also trying to build). I was afraid without the answers there would be disputes but it worked out really well. Thanks so much for the word doc too!
Thanks so much for your purchase. The equations on the checkers game are not editable. You could, however, insert a black or red rectangle (insert shape) over the current equation, then insert a new equation (insert object, or insert equation) over the top of that.