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A 12 day CCSS-Aligned Equations and Inequalities Unit - including one-step equations, one-step inequalities, independent and dependent variables, and word problems.
Standards: 6.EE.5, 6.EE.6, 6.EE.7, 6.EE.8, 6.EE.9
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Equations and Inequalities Unit for 6th Grade Math
6th Grade Math Curriculum Unit 5
This unit includes four multi-day lessons that the following skills :
* Identifying and Understanding Equations
* Writing One Step Equations
* Solving One Step Equations
* Writing, Solving and Graphing One Step In

Send your students around your classroom on a scavenger hunt while solving 20 different equations. The equations consist of 5 problems for each operation and include positive whole numbers.
Hang the 20 cards randomly around your room. Each card has an answer on top and a new problem on bottom. Idea

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Students will love this ZONK review game! The topics covered are a great end of the year or end of unit review for 6th graders, or a beginning of the year review for 7th graders!
This 6th Grade Math Skills Review covers the following common core standards and goals:
6.EE.5, 6.EE.6, 6.EE.7, 6.EE.8,

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This set of 20 task cards helps students practice read, write, and solve equations. These cards support student mastery the following:
1. Write equations to represent real-world situations
2. Use inverse operations or substitution to solve equations
The cards contain open-ended and multiple choic

28 problems covering the objectives below. Can be used for review homework or as review work for early finishers. Contains both multiple choice and open ended problems. Aligned to Common Core.
6.NS.2 Divide whole numbers
6.NS.4 Least Common Multiple
6.EE.4 Identify Equivalent Expressions

This product includes 24 task cards covering solving inequalities using substitution (6.EE.5 -- 6 questions), writing and graphing inequalities, and identifying graphs of inequalities (6.EE.8 -- 18 questions). The cards include both open-ended and multiple choice questions. A recording sheet and an

Make inequalities a little more jolly in your classroom with this set of Christmas-themed task cards! All 28 cards focus on the 6th grade skill of writing, graphing, analyzing and giving solutions for inequalities. Each card has a fun Christmas background and a festive picture, too! This product

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This file includes three quick checks for each of the following Common Core Standards: 6.EE.5, 6.EE.6, 6.EE.7, 6.EE.8, and 6.EE.9.
The following goals are included in this product:
- I can determine if a given value is a solution to an equation.
- I can write an algebraic expression to represent

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This PPT includes 20 real worlds situations that prompt students to write an inequality that matches. These focus on less than and greater than ONLY. There are no "or equal to" inequalities included.

This is a Pre/Post Test for Common Core State Standards under the 6th Grade. This test covers 6.EE.5, 6.EE.6, 6.EE.7, 6.EE.8, and 6.EE.9. You can be give this assessment at the beginning of the unit (pre-test), and again at the end of the unit (post-test). This file could also be used as an end of

This unit is available as part of the 6th Grade Math Unit Bundle . If you buy the bundle you will save 25% than if you bought each unit individually. If you try this unit and decide you would like t o purchase the bundle, we will deduct the price of the unit from the bundle. We will not be able to d

Decode with Variables
6.EE.5
6.EE.6
Complete the expressions and equations to decode the message! Requires substitution and one step equations with mental math.
26 problems
Work page included to organize work
Other 6th Grade Math Products:
Decode with Integers 6.NS.5
Distributive Property Spo

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A hands-on, super engaging way for students to practice using substitution to decide if a given value makes an equation or inequality true. In this activity, students or pairs match 24 equations and inequalities with given values for x. Aligned to CCSS 6.EE.5, but great for 7th and 8th grade review,

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No prep! Here are notes, in class practice pages, homework assignments, study guide, review game, and a quiz for solving equations and inequalities with substitution. Perfect for daily use, sub plans, or intervention. Aligned to 6.EE.5, but great for 7th and 8th grade review, too. All answer keys in

20 problems in four formative mini-assessments that cover: determining which value makes the equation true, and which value makes the inequality true.
These mini-assessments assess every concept found in the math common core standard 6.EE.5. We have carefully done a task analysis of each standard,

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Get your students engaged with this set of 20 task cards! The set is aligned with common core standard 7.EE.4 (Pre-requisite skill 6.EE.5 & 6.EE.8) which can be easily printed using the standard poster. Students can use the content posters to help them determine how to interpret and represent in

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These can be used as stations or activity cards. There are 7 situations where students need to:
Write an equation
Solve using inverse operations
Substitute to verify their solutions.
This is focused practice to strengthen this specific skill.
The activity cards are designed to be cut in half, an

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About this resource :
This set of stations allows students to practice 6th Grade Equation and Inequality standards. It aligns perfectly with my 6th Grade Equations and Inequalities Curriculum Unit.
Stations Included :
Station 1 – Identifying Equations
Station 2 – Writing Expressions and Equations

With this purchase you will receive a Google Form Quiz on solving equations and inequalities. The instructions are easy to follow for you to make a copy of the quiz to your Google Drive. Then you can assign to your students using Google Classroom or some other method.
Questions on this assessment

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Writing equations and expressions from words can be a tricky task for my 6th graders. Here is a 15 question match exercise I created to help them. You could have them cut and paste or just match the numbers with the bottom answers. I have included 5 extra answer choices to make it trickier for th

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Reason about and solve one-variable equations and inequalities be analyzing real life situations and direct analysis.
In this bundle you get.
Lesson 1/Classwork
Homework
Lesson 2/Classwork - this has an increase in rigor
Homework
Assessment (check-in)
The emphasis here is on the process.
Standar

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No prep. No paper. No materials to worry about.
1:1, BYOD, Centers, Google Slide, Microsoft Powerpoint
You can use this as homework, individual activity, assessment, or for a math center. There are so many ways to incorporate this digital activity into the classroom and students enjoy doing them.

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Here's a little something that I created to get my students to isolate variables before solving for them.

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Here's a little something that I created to help my students use bar models to show algebraic equations.

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I created this to help my students practice graphing inequalities. They must choose the correct graphing on the number line.

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Here is a handout and a display that I created so that students could see how to use inverse operations to solve for inequalities. This will help guide your students through the worksheets that I posted for 6.EE.5.

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Here's a little something that I created to help my students use bar models to show algebraic equations.

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Here's a little something that I created to help my students use bar models to show algebraic equations.

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Here's a little something I created for my class to practice determining the value of an unknown using inverse operations.

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Here's a little something that I created to help my students understand how to isolate variables to find their values. I included a few word problems in the mix.

No prep. No paper. No materials. Totally digital.
Great for 1:1, BYOD, or math computer centers. Google Drive, Google Classroom, and Microsoft One Drive.
This is an interactive, digital mad lib for math. Students work through 15 slides. Each slide consists of a problem and four possible choices

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Convert word problems to equations or inequalities. Solve and explain. Scaffolded lesson provides for classroom differentiation. Can be used as a lesson leader, guided practice, independent practice, for cooperative learning and math centers, or as an assessment. Use with smartboard, projector, co

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Here's a little something that I created to help my students use story problems to show algebraic equations.

Your students will have a blast and practice their math skills while doing this mad lib math activity. Low prep for you and fun for your students!
All you need to do is print copies of the 15 slides and the answer sheets and then hang them around your room. Everything is provided for you, including

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I created this to get my students to graph inequalities. My classroom will use markers to complete the graph. Makes it easier to grade that way.

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Here is a little something I created to help my students use inverse operation to solve for the unknown variable. The second sheet is a continuation of this activity. They will have to label their number lines and graph the inequalities that they created on the prior worksheet.

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I always talked to my students about my kickboxing classes. So I brought the story to life mathematically. Sent it in to CKO Kickboxing, and they were flattered.
Enjoy :)
6.EE.5 Use substitution to determine whether a given number in a specified set makes an equation or inequality true.
6.EE.7 Sol

These task cards include 12 multiple choice, student-tested problems. (Answer Key is first page).
When I use these in my classroom, I give each group one set of problems and assign a "discussion leader" to read the problem. I also give each group member a pinch card with A, B, C, or D. Once the ca

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Front Row offers worksheets for every standard in every single Common Core domain for math. For individualized worksheets for every student, head to frontrowed.com.

Front Row offers worksheets for every standard in every single Common Core domain for math. For individualized worksheets for every student, head to frontrowed.com.

Front Row offers worksheets for every standard in every single Common Core domain for math. For individualized worksheets for every student, head to frontrowed.com.

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This powerpoint includes 25 different problems that address all parts of CCSS 6.EE.5.

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This PPT focuses on the first part of 6.EE.5. It is strictly using substitution to solve equations.

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This worksheet is for solving simple one step inequalities. There are no negative numbers. Each problem also has a number line for students to graph the solutions.
It can be used as homework, classwork, or a quiz grade.

Test for CCSS 6.EE.5

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