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This game should be used after you have introduced finding unknown factors. It can be used in three different ways: 1. Pass out the problem cards to the whole class. Call on a student to tell you the card number and the answer. You can instantly check the response with the one page answer sheet.
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Your kids will love Scooting to Solving Algebraic Equations. Scoot Task Cards are an engaging way to encourage your students to master Algebraic Equations! This set of Hands On Equations Task Cards can be used in teaching Hands On Equations and Algebraic Equations. This set includes 32 Task Cards
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Your kids will love Scooting to Learn! Get your kids engaged in their learning with Scoot and they'll love the fun and movement you've brought to their learning! Use Scoot as a quick informal formative assessment to determine which students have mastered the concepts of place value and properties o
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Your kids will love Scooting to Solve Algebraic Equations. Scoot Task Cards are an engaging way to encourage your students to master Algebraic Equations! This set of Hands On Equations Task Cards can be used in teaching Hands On Equations and Algebraic Equations. This set includes 44 Task Cards -
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Have you played the child's game 'Guess Who?' The object of the Milton Bradley's game is to eliminate the wrong faces until you guess whose face is on your opponent's card. This Algebra 'Guess Who' game is for any size group of students. The group works an algebra problem and selects the correct
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I wrote this series of five circuits for my own child who wanted to "do some algebra". The skills covered are: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division (all within mostly 20 and occasionally within 40). The idea is not to learn the procedure "subtract two from both sides" (or whatever) b
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Guess Who game for Solving Quadratic Functions Have you played the child's game 'Guess Who?' The object of the Milton Bradley's game is to eliminate the wrong faces until you guess whose face is on your opponent's card. This Algebra 'Guess Who' game is for any size group of students. The group wo
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Teaching Algebra today is harder than ever. You are expected to deliver the curriculum in a way that is accessible to every student no matter what, despite the fact that students today are more distracted and under prepared than ever before. When I moved up to teaching high school Algebra twelve y
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I wrote this circuit for my own child who wanted to "do some algebra". The skills covered are addition and subtraction (all within mostly 20). The idea is not to learn the procedure "subtract two from both sides" (or whatever) but rather to be able to read the mathematical sentence "x + 2 = 7" and r
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