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Six rounds include practice solving absolute value equations.
Separate students into groups of four and give each student their own copy of Round 1. Students should discuss the problem as they work on it and agree on the correct answer. Once each student in the group has the correct answer, ONE p

Absolute Value Equations Partner Activity:
This is an activity that can be used to practice solving absolute value equations. It is meant to be completed in partner groups but can be done as a self check activity by individual students too.
The page has two lists of problems. Th

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Six rounds provide practice or review graphing absolute value equations in vertex form. The activity includes identifying the vertex, maximum, minimum, x-intercept(s) and y-intercept.
Separate students into groups of four and give each student their own copy of Round 1. Students should discuss th

Cut and Paste Activity- solving absolute value equations-- This activity will engage your students. Your students will solve absolute value equations and paste the answer to the activity sheet. Their answers will generate a funny story.

Cut and Paste Solving Absolute Value--
Your students will solve each equation. They will cut the correct solution out and paste it to question.

Two Step Absolute Value Equations:
Included in this set are 24 two step absolute value equation problem task cards, a student answer sheet, and an answer key. These cards are all short answer questions. Students are given a two-step absolute value equation problem and are asked to

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Students will practice identifying the absolute value equation or absolute value inequality given its graph. A worksheet with graphs is provided along with another worksheet with equations and inequalities. Students must determine the equation or inequality that best represents the graph. There ar

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This set of 16 task cards provides students with practice solving absolute value equations and inequalities. There are two options- with or without QR codes. They may be used without QR codes in the traditional sense (print, cut laminate, reuse) or have students create posters gluing the QR codes

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Solving One Step Absolute Value Equations:
Included in this set are 24 one step absolute value equation problem task cards, a student answer sheet, and an answer key. These cards are all short answer questions. Students are given a one-step absolute value equation problem and are a

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These task cards were created on PowerPoint. There are 80 cards (4 cards per slide) that can be printed out on card stock. After printing, laminating the sheets will keep them crisp. Then just cut out the cards and they are ready to go.
Students can work together in groups to accomplish the tasks o

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Students practice solving absolute value equations in a game format. This set includes 4 different sets of dominoes" an 8 Domino set, a 12 Domino sets, a 16 Domino sets and a 24 Domino sets. The smaller sets are great for pairs or even a student who likes to work alone. The larger sets are good

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This worksheet focuses on solving absolute value equations. Each question corresponds to a matching answer that gets colored in to form a symmetrical design. Not only does this make it fun and rewarding for students but it also makes it easy for students and teachers to know if the worksheet has be

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I typically use this activity as a practice after learning how to solve absolute value equations. The page is formatted so that each equation is in a table- I cut them apart and put a few in envelopes and hang them on the board. This allows students to get up and grab a new envelope when they are re

This Mix-Up is a great way for students to practice solving absolute value equations. This activity can be done either individually or in pairs, and is a self-checking, cut-n-paste activity. Students will start by cutting the strips apart, and starting at the “Start” strip, glue and solve the equati

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Magic square, 9 square puzzle, square puzzle, cut up whatever you call it these are a lot of fun for students. The students solve each problem and match them to their corresponding answer to put the cut up square back together. In this matching square puzzle, students will practice solving absolute

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Oh no! The Wicked Witch of the West has captured your friends: the tin man, the lion, and the scarecrow. Can you rescue all of them before time is up?
I know that escape rooms can be expensive to create for the classroom, but not this one. You will only need letter size envelopes (30-40) and 4

Sample a free unit of enrichment task cards or save money by purchasing this product as part of the Math Enrichment Full-Year Bundle at the following links!
Math Enrichment Problem

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This is a matching activity where students match the equation of an absolute value graph, with the graph that matches it, and the written explanation of the transformation compared with that "standard" absolute value graph. Set contains 12 graphs, 12 equations, and 12 transformation index cards tha

This sort is designed to help student identify the basic (parent) function given a graph or equations.
Functions included in this packet:
* Linear
* Quadratic
* Cubic
* Square Root
* Cube Root
* Piece-wise
* Exponential
* Logarithmic
* Absolute Value
* Step
* Extras (combinations)
Cut out the gr

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Four pages of interactive notes that follow my Understanding Integers, Opposites & Absolute Value PowerPoint lesson, plus two pages of practice problems, teacher notes, and a full answer key are included. This resource also works well as a stand-alone activity without the PowerPoint lesson. The

Purchase this product as a part of a full year bundle at the following link.
Math Task Cards Bundle - 6th Grade Math
Try out my FREE Math Task Cards (Decimals and Exponents) at the following lin

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This document includes 4 exit slip math problems for each of the following topics related to functions, inequalities, and absolute value (36 total problems). The problems for each concept increase in difficulty and are meant for use as an exit slip to check for student understanding. An answer key a

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I use this activity in my Algebra 1 class at the end of the year to compare basic properties of the four types of functions covered throughout the course work before the End of Course State Assessment.
Throughout the school year the students have had to look at various representations of these fun

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This Inequalities Sorting Activity is a great way to assess students’ abilities to solve inequalities, including those with absolute value.
Two versions are provided:
Cut and Sort – Students can cut out (or tear off) the inequalities and sort them into the solution chart provide

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Give students practice solving and identifying graphs from absolute value inequalities. Students have 12 3-part puzzles matching the equations with the problem and the written solution. Great practice on several levels.
Preparation: Print, laminate and cut out all puzzles before giving to studen

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Students practice solving Absolute Value Linear Equations in this matching activity to use in a variety of ways.The set includes 18 pairs of cards: one side has the absolute value linear equation written and the other side has the graph that matches that equation. You can also use these cards to r

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Students will love creating a paper chain to decorate your classroom while practicing equations involving absolute value. These are one-step, beginner problems. Simply print both pages (on color paper if possible) and have students solve each problem. There is plenty of room to show work in the sh

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Have students match the correct equation to the graph. There are 20 different equations that they need to find a pair for!
Include is a student recording sheet and answer key.
Plus, the order is random so students can cut them out on their own :)

Twelve rounds include practice writing absolute value equations in vertex form given specific horizontal and vertical shifts as well as practice describing the horizontal and vertical shifts of absolute value functions from absolute value equations in vertex form.
Students work with a partner while

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Cut the 32 squares and give it to each team. The students match the absolute value equations with the intercepts, transformations from the parent graph and a point on the graph. A very engaging activity which reviews all concepts taught in this topic (ABSOLUTE VALUE FUNCTIONS). Engages all types of

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Boom Cards™ are a great way for students to practice solving absolute value equations. Deck has 36 cards, the first two are examples for students as a reminder on solving. My students love Boom Cards so much they play at home. Once assigned to a class and student the deck is available for homework

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This HUGE (over 550 pages) Algebra 2 bundle contains a full-year of scaffolded notes and interactive notebook activities for 15 units of study, perfect for Algebra 2 students. There are over 195 scaffolded note activities that contain sample teacher answer keys. Example problems are solved on the s

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These are flash cards that I created as examples for my algebra students. I got a little carried away and ended up making a flash card for every term within our course. I also made an example problem for the various terms.
You can print them out and fold them in half and be able to see just th

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This bundle includes the following math activities:
Math Card Sort Activities Bundle

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The Solving Equation Foldable can be used on it’s own or integrated into an interactive student math notebook. It is a creative way to help students learn the various steps in order to solve multiple-step, distributive, variables on both sides, and absolute value equations. The students construct

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*This product has been updated. Students can create a Father's Day card or simply a You are Appreciated card that they can give to anyone.
Looking to review Algebra skills, especially factoring polynomials, with your math students? This Father's Day themed unit consists of 5 activities:
1. Algebra

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WHAT’S INCLUDED:
This bundle includes the following 7 activities:
• Maze Activity Worksheet - for practicing Order of Operations
This worksheet features 11 problems for students to solve, starting with the circle marked “START” and ending with the

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********* If you have purchased our Algebra 2 Bundle you already have a lot of the material contained in this packet. We have a separate small bundle of the Pre-Calculus items that are not included in the Algebra 2 Bundle so that you can purchase the additional notes for Pre-Calc that are not includ

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This zip file includes every resource I have created for sixth grade math in five complete year bundles: 70 assessments, 58 stick-n-solve foldables + 68 vocab diagrams, 67 math stations, 13 choice boards, and 6 bingo games for the whole year. This totals over 900 pages and includes over 250 resource

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This document includes all of my math exit slip units for 6th grade math. The bundle includes 4 questions for 89 different topics. These topics are organized into the 12 units below. The problems for each concept increase in difficulty and are meant for use as an exit slip to check for student under

This bundle includes over 50 stick-n-solve foldables and over 60 vocab diagrams for sixth grade common core math! Purchasing them in this bundle you get 25% off the individual prices!

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This Pre-Calculus add-on bundle contains scaffolded notes and interactive notebook activities for 5 units of study, perfect for Pre-Calc students. **This product is intended as a supplement to our Algebra 2 bundle for buyers who have already purchased that product. If you would like a full Pre-Cal

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“Math Teacher's Got Problems” provides you with a BUNDLE of 7th Grade Math Choice Boards, one for each domain of 7th grade mathematics. Choice boards are fun and engaging and an excellent way to assess learning as alternative to testing. A choice board provides your students with differentiated act

This bundle includes over 50 stick-n-solve foldables sixth grade common core math! Purchasing them in this bundle you get 15% off the individual prices! Another bundle includes vocab diagrams and is listed at 25% off the individual prices!

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48 Algebra favorites from MathyCathy's store address algebra and pre-algebra concepts.
Focusing on student engagement, communication, and formative assessment, these resources are sure to "up-level" your students' mathematical experiences. Designed with my students in mind, these are classroom-t

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Explore parent functions and their transformations with this inquiry activity. Through the exploration, students will see how parts of an equation affect a graph.
Students should have a basic knowledge of graphing different types of equations before beginning this activity.
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This super engaging resource bundle is great for 7th grade end of the year review, 8t grade beginning of year review, summer school, at home summer review or spiraling throughout the school year in 7th grade math. Each page reviews a skill with 4-5 problems and is paired with either a coloring page,

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This pattern puzzle works well as an individual or partner activity. Students cut out the cards and arrange them by the type of transformations of parent functions. There are four equations of each type of transformation. Square roots, absolute value, squares, and exponential functions are used in t

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Are you having trouble getting your students to take effective notes during math lessons? Are you looking for quick activities that can be completed in a math journal or at the end of a lesson as a check for understanding? If so, these activities are for you. Please check out our full-length preview

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Get them solving a system of equations, absolute value inequalities, graphing quadratic equations and more with this fun Thanksgiving-themed Algebra 2 turkey activities. Includes two turkeys with seven questions each that the students solve. Also included is a vocabulary worksheet that the students

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Are you looking for a fun way to practice identifying transformations of parent functions in tables or graphs? Look no further! This activity contains a set of 40 puzzle pieces on transformations of parent functions. Students will cut out the pieces and match equation to its graph, transformations,

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Practice activity for two-variable inequalities. Find out if your students can analyze inequalities and match them up with the correct graph.
Problems for this topic involve simplifying and drawing two separate inequalities. Once students have got the basics down, spending 3-5 minutes on each pro

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