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This is a useful tool for having students practice setting up and solving two-step word problems. It starts with an example that you can do together as a class, which walks the student through solving a two-step word problem. This activity aligns with common core standard 7.EE.3. Solve multi-step re

This is a SAMPLE of my Color-By-Number product line. Save some money and buy the bundle! This color by number worksheet focuses on solving two step equations. The worksheet contains 20 problems. Answer Key provided.Great for basic independent practice or as a station activity.Check out these other g

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Also included in: Color-By-Number 7th grade Math BUNDLE

This resource contains the following items:1) Solving 2-Step Equations PARTNER PRACTICE· Questions on Form A are different than Form B· Answers are the same (GREAT for self-checking & error analysis)· Choose to give the separate forms to partners, or have each student complete both parts. In eit

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Also included in: 7th Grade Math: Expressions & Equations UNIT BUNDLE

These sketch notes allow students to learn the steps for solving 2 step equations. These notes assume that students have had exposure to solving one step equations using addition/subtraction and using multiplication/division. These notes really break down each step and allow students to understand i

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Students will practice solving 2-Step Equations while playing this self checking game with a partner.Both students are engaged throughout the entire game. No down time! :)Easy prep! Basic printables. Hope you enjoy this resource!Virginia Math SOL 7.12

Also included in: Equations and Inequalities WiNtEr BuNdLe

Practice sheet for solving 2-step equations - 15 questions. Questions 1-10 are straightforward 2 step equations (with negatives). Questions 11-15 add a bit of a challenge (fractions). Answer key included.

Fill in the blank notes and practice problems to cut out and put in their interactive journals!

Solving Two Step Equations Guided Notes and Practice

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This worksheet covers two-step equations for Multiplication, subtraction, division, and addition property of equality. This is good as a review or an extension to your expressions and equations unit.

This is a 2-page resource (optional back side to record answer neatly) set up in a large 3 x 4 table, containing 12 total questions. This resource focuses on teks 7.11 A, B and C, as well as other supporting teks such as 7.10 and 7.3 and is tailored to target common misconceptions. It is strategical

This 5 question practice sheet would be great for a short homework assignment, bell ringer or quiz.
Includes five questions that are one and two-step equations. One of the problems is a word problem.
They key is provided.

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Just a quick little chalkboard-designed Two Step Equations worksheet that gives the steps to solving, a few practice problems, necessary vocabulary, and an open ended problem to solve where the demonstrate the process while identifying vocab words.

2-Step Equation practice problems for a quick assessment, bell-work, or sub folder worksheet.

Use inverse operations to solve one and two step equations.

Basic solving equations practice. Why spend the time making your own, when this one is free? Hope it helps.

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

***THIS PRODUCT HAS BEEN UPDATED WITH A GOOGLE SLIDES INTERACTIVE VERSION INCLUDED. REDOWNLOAD IF YOU HAVE IT ALREADY***A play on the Adventure books of your childhood, an Adventure assignment allows students choice of which problems they practice. After each problem they receive a clue about the my

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This product contains TWO scavenger hunts to help students practice the solving equations that include variables on both sides, distributive property, or combining like terms. This is perfect for 8th grade math, pre-algebra or Algebra I. The two scavenger hunt are differ in ability level to help wi

Students practice solving multi-step equations by completing a math maze!They draw arrows to show the path that they took to get from the start of the maze to the exit.This download contains three different mazes for teachers to use to differentiate their instruction.Level 1 maze problems can all be

Also included in: 8th Grade Math Resources MEGA Bundle

" Solve Two-Step Equations Placemat Activity "DIGITAL AND PRINT: This free placemat activity provides practice or review solving two-step linear equations by inverse operations using addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and fractions.With a partner, students solve all four equations on t

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Also included in: Algebra 1 Placemat Activities BUNDLE | Digital - Distance Learning

The equation word scramble is a fun way to practice solving equations. Students will need to solve each two step/multi-step equation problem. As they solve the questions, they will need to group solutions with equal values into a pile. Each group of equivalent answers will then form a word. The word

Here is a worksheet that I used with my 7th graders when I introduced solving two-step equations and inequalities. I included graphing the inequalities to give them a little more practice on that concept. This worksheet is aligned to the CCSS. (7.EE.3)

An excellent activity to aid in teaching two-step/multi-step equation word problems! There are 6 questions in total! Students will have to interpret the context of the real-world problem and then make an equation to solve.It is an excellent resource for students to use as they practice their mastery

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