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Two-Step Equations Notes & Maze Activity
Here are Cornell Notes and a maze activity on solving two-step equations (including those with fraction coefficients). For the maze, the answer they get to one problem leads them to the next problem. My students really enjoyed this and preferred it ove

Decomposing Numbers
Is the thought of teaching your students about decomposing numbers make you want to SCREAM??!!!
If so, make a decomposing numbers monster to show your students, visually, how to break numbers apart! The only 'screams' that will be heard are those of joy and excitement!
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This is an awesome tool/organizer to help your students who are just learning or are struggling with their multiplication facts. It contains two pages that are taped together after printing. The student follows the arrow on a number . They count the smaller numbers (multiples) as they move along th

Linear Equations Cut and Paste Activity
This is a cut-and-paste activity in which students are given a worksheet with graphs, and another worksheet with linear equations written in standard form. Students must figure out the equation of the graph by determining its slope and y-intercept. Because

In this file, students will practice solving one and two step equations. Best of all, this file is FREE!
Students must be able to work with simple fractions in order to complete these puzzles.
Students do not need to be able to use the distributive property to do these problems.
An answer key is

Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up number sense! In this project, students will work in teams to investigate the culprit of six fictional thefts. The criminal has left six messages, layered with algebra. Teams will work to build a case and present their findings to the court. Hop

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Multi-Step Equations Relay Race Activity
My students absolutely loved this activity, and I had each group competing for free homework passes, so they were that much more motivated.
I put the students in groups of 4 and assigned them each a number 1 - 4. I placed the worksheet on person #1's des

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Divisibility rules, or divisibility tests, have a wide range of applications in mathematics (finding factors, determining if a number is prime or composite, simplifying fractions, probability, etc.), but are often underemphasized in the classroom or not explored in enough detail for students to reta

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Stations mazes are great because they get students up and moving around the room. They also encourage students to check their work carefully since an incorrect answer will eventually send them back to a problem they have already solved. Successfully completing the maze requires students to slow down

Cooperative learning activity where students match an algebraic expression to a story problem. Once all expressions have been matched, student teams are given the value of the variable with a clue card. Then they use the substitution property to solve word problem.

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Color by number lessons can be a fun change of pace for students and may be used for practice, as a review, as a math center, or as an assignment choice for differentiation of lessons.
Notice: All calculations in this puzzle involve positive numbers. If you are interested in order of operations pro

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36 Bingo is a fun way to practice computation and order of operations, while planning a strategy to manipulate numbers for a desired outcome. Differentiation is built in, pushing students to think beyond simply adding and subtracting.
This has been a popular game in my math classroom. I usually

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Your students will love practicing missing addend problem with this fun game common core math center!
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This product provides great practice in critical thinking and problem solving using numerical expressions.
Order of Operations Dice can be played as an entire class, or directions are provided for center play. A practice worksheet is provided for both exponent and non-exponent play.
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The topic for this scavenger hunt is solving equations that involve multiple steps, distributive property, and variables on both sides.
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Do you want your students to become better problem solvers and improve in the area of Algebra? Laminate and use this poster as part of your daily math routine. Have students identify the input, output, or rule for the the daily problem using my Function Machine.

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Twelve fall and Thanksgiving themed task cards that make your students THINK. These are all one or two step problems. I have full 8.5x11 slides for each question and also a version of "snippits" for your students to cut the question out and glue it into their math journals.
In my math workshop this

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Exponent Rules Graphic Organizer
This is graphic organizer reviews the following exponent rules (or laws): product rule, power rule, quotient rule, negative exponent rule, zero exponent rule, and adding/subtracting (like terms only).
It is a great way to organize all the concepts and have everythi

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Movement in math and math games are opportunities for students to be involved in their math activities. Exponents and Expressions Math Tag Relay is a great way to practice solving exponents and expressions while having fun. Math Tag Relay is a relay game with students put into groups racing to answe

A 3 page quiz plus ANSWER KEY on Factors and Multiples and Prime and Composite Numbers. Includes Greatest Common Factors, Least Common Multiples, and Prime Factorization.
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Systems of Linear Equations - Solve by Graphing
CHANGE THE WAY your students see Algebra! These walkthrough worksheets can serve as your students notes, their homework, a reteaching resource, an enrichment resource, guided practice, assessment, and so much more!
Whether worked on independently o

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A 2 page review for students on Factors and Multiples and Prime and Composite Numbers. Includes Greatest Common Factors, Least Common Multiples, and Prime Factorization. *Quiz to be added soon.*
Download my FREE Quiz to accompany this review!
Need a SUPER FUN and ENGAGING way to review Prime a

Is the thought of teaching your students about composing numbers make you want to SCREAM??!!!
If so, make a composing numbers monster to show your students, visually, how 2 groups of objects come together to make 1 set! The only 'screams' that will be heard are those of joy and excitement!
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These hands-on, two player math activities are aligned with 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade Common Core standards. Students use the number cards and game boards to create and solve math word problems in whole or small group activities, or in your math centers or workstations. Solving word problems can

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Addresses these vocabulary words: variable, constant, coefficient, expression, numerical expression, algebraic expression, equation, term, solution, solve, balance, inverse operation, equivalent equation, like terms, positive, negative, isolate, transform, and simplify.
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This is a great graphic organizer to help students recall four different ways to find the slope of a linear function. These four ways include: From a graph, an equation, a table, and two given points.
The second graphic organizer helps students have a reference guide for positive, negative, zero,

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Task Cards: Combining Like Terms
40 Task Cards over the concept of combining like terms (one variable). 4 cards per page. Includes answer key and printable answer recording sheet for students. This product is printer friendly. No clip art or heavy borders requiring lots of ink!

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Students evaluate expressions using the order of operations in this free math pennant activity that doubles as class decor. Some pennants are more difficult than others, allowing you to differentiate. Once a pennant is complete, it can be hung along a string in your classroom to show the world that,

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This packet shows linear functions in four formats - as equations, graphs, tables, and described by their intercepts and slopes. It contains a worksheet and a mix-n-match version. As a worksheet, the student is given one of the types of information and is asked to fill in the remainder of the char

Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class!
Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single content topics as opposed to units and will focus more on skill building than application. Every day can't be a project day, so Wh

This FREE resource includes an INEQUALITY FOLDABLEÂ Â and SCAVENGER HUNT. Students can use the foldable as a reference as they self-check on the sixteen question scavenger hunt.
The foldable provides various examples of inequalities graphed on a number line. There are examples of less than, greate

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A play on the Choose Your Own Adventure books of your childhood, a Choose Your Own Adventure assignment allows students choice of which problems they practice. After each problem they receive a clue about the mystery country they are exploring. By the end, hopefully they will have enough pieces of t

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In this worksheet, students look at an array and write a repeated addition sentence. I made this for my class and I hope it is helpful to you!
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Help students remember the properties of equality and the real numbers with these colorful posters!
Ready to print, laminate and hang in your classroom.
Includes the following properties:
*Commutative
*Associative
*Identity
*Symmetric
*Reflexive
*Transitive
*Addition
*Subtraction
*Multiplication

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Expressions Math Flips are math games where students toss a chip on a game board, solve the expression problem, and score some points. It's quick and easy to implement and a great review of skills. Flip for Expressions includes 2 game boards - one with integers and one without, a recording sheet, an

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Fill-In Puzzles 1 and 2: Order of Operations
Fill-In Puzzle 3: Substitution
Fill-In Puzzles 4 and 5: Solving Equation
Fun and engaging activities ideal for practice, review and homework.

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Students can practice their basic facts as well as finding equivalent expressions with addition and subtraction facts.
Students can work on this in small groups, independently, or as a whole class activity (give each student a puzzle piece and have them search the room for their matching piece).
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In this high interest, extensive assignment, students are given a three part project broken into daily tasks. The project is designed to assess the students profieciency with linear equations. They must design a water park on a coordinate plane, identify points, calculate slope, write equations, so

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Factoring Polynomials Graphic Organizer
I use this graphic organizer to review all types of factoring just before I play my Factoring "Spin to Win" game. It is a good visual to help students with factoring polynomials. It covers the following:
-GCF
-Difference of Squares
-"Basic" Trinomials (x2 +

Ten Halloween themed task cards that make your students THINK. These are all one or two step problems. I have full 8.5x11 slides for each question and also a version of "snippits" for your students to cut the question out and glue it into their math journals.
In my math workshop this would be more

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Kindergarten Operations and Algebraic Thinking to introduce composing and decomposing numbers to 10, as well as a helpful review for First Graders working with associative properties of number and missing addends.
One of five activities featured in Kindergarten Composing and Decomposing Resource wi

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Get your students moving! Great activity for Scoot!
Place the 30 task cards around the room. Students move from problem to problem, copying the expressions and simplifying them.
Expressions include negative integers.
This is a great activity for differenciated instruction, or to check for stu

10 pages, aligned with common core standards. The cornerstone lesson to what I consider to be easily the best unit I can offer my algebra students. This lesson is part of a series of problems I created that are focused around graphing linear functions and the use of new tools (tables, graphs, equati

Practice determining if equations are equal (true) or unequal (false) with this farm themed math center (Common Core 1.OA.7). Students will help each baby chick find her nest /momma by sorting addition and subtraction equations (with numbers up to 20). Sums and differences are sometimes before the e

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Get the majority of my math products at a large discount by purchasing them as a part of my Math Mega Bundle.
Math Mega Bundle (6th Grade Math)
This product includes 33 challenging math problems for sixth grade math. I post a new problem for students to try each week. Problems are related to the s

This FREE lesson includes 3 pages of guided notes and a 1-page assignment.
* This is part of my Linear Equations Unit
Students learn about slope in the order below. They will:
- Learn its definition
- Find slope when given a graph
- Observe graphically why 1/2, 2/4, 3/6, and 4/8 all represent

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Bell ringers for middle school math.
Middle school math students need to review basic math skills in order to keep them sharp. Bell ringers are perfect for this.
This set includes 10 math bell ringers / practice exercises that can be complete in roughly 2 - 5 minutes each.
NO PREP REQUIRED.
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This freebie will assist students with modeling various mathematical concepts with basic tools while managing materials independently.
Tools include: Tens Frames, Counters, 100 Chart, 120 Chart, Place Value Mat, Place Value Blocks (100s, 10s, 1s), and Part-Part-Whole Mat.
I sure hope this reso

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This is a set of 20 angles created by parallel lines cut by a transversal that must be sorted into the following categories: Corresponding, Alternate Interior, Alternate Exterior, and Same-Side Interior.
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This Freebie Bundle includes all current and future free products from my TpT Store! The majority of these products are intended for math in the upper grades (5th-6th grade), however many could be used in other elementary or middle school grades. Following are the products included in this bundle.

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This poster shows the 4 different types of slope (positive, negative, zero and undefined). It is great as a classroom poster or student handout. Also included are smaller student handouts (4 per page) that students can attach to the inside cover of their notebook or binder for easy reference.
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You have several options with this sort.
Students can graph the equation then look for the matching graph, or they can take a graph find the matching equation. Equations are in both standard and vertex form. You can also have student match the equations together to work on changing equations from o

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