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UPDATED! Practice solving equations while having fun with this big packet of games! Solving one step, two step and multi-step equations each have their own game, plus one game with all of them mixed up! CHECKERS GAME Topic: One step equations. In this version of checkers students must solve one s
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This is a set of three activities that will get your students engaged and practicing concepts related to solving multi-step equations with integers and fractions. Great to use as math centers or stations, partner activities, bell work, homework, or for fast finishers. Supports CCSS 8th Grade Math
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Every student could use more practice with solving equations. Why not make it fun? Students are going to be thrilled when told they are playing bingo! Play as a class or give to students for individual practice. Product Includes: • Game Board • Problem worksheets with 25 equations
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This activity will get your students out of their seats and working cooperatively in small groups. They will use their knowledge of solving systems of equations in order to solve problems. This is one of my favorite activities to do as a review & as a way to deepen students’ understanding of co
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Solving 1, 2, and Multi-Step Equations Tic Tac Toe:Students will play Tic Tac Toe in partners as they solve 1, 2, and multi-step equations. There are 6 boards that get progressively more difficult. *Answer key included!Directions: There are 6 boards and they get progressively more difficult with Bo
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Bring the TableTop Game revolution to your classroom! Board games are experiencing a renaissance and tapping to their innate engagement is a no brainer. This is the natural evolution of task cards. TableTop Math games cover a single unit of math study. The question range from simple skill practice t
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Solving Multi-Step Equations Jeopardy:This Jeopardy style game is a really fun group classroom activity! Students will solve multi-step equations by combining like terms, using the distributive property, and solving story problems. This Jeopardy game allows the teacher to keep score on the game and
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Use this Jeopardy-like review game to improve your students' understanding of key concepts in algebra. This is a fun way to have students review: *Sets of real numbers *Properties of the real number system *Simplifying algebraic expressions *Solving equations *Solving inequalities *Solving absolut
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I Have, Who Has is a review game that is beginning to take over the classroom. It is used to practice a variety of skills or review basic concepts. This game focuses on solving one- and two-step equations. Includes: - I Have Who Has One-Step Equation Game (32 cards) - I Have Who Has Two-Step Equ
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Review how to solve linear equations with your students in this fun, jeopardy themed game!This jeopardy game allows students to practice -Simplifying expressions-Solving multi-step equations -Solving equations with variables on both sides-Solving equations by using the cross product-"Solving" equati
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This is to review the 3 methods for solving systems of equations (substitution, elimination, graphing). Students receive the handout, which is the first two pages of the document, so they have somewhere to write their work. You can also do this without that handout. You need to cut out a set of
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This is a game that has students check the validity of a solution to a system of 2 linear equations. The student is given a system of equations or a word problem and a possible solution. Each student gets their own question. They figure out if the solution is valid or not and then earn a "ticket"
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Also included in: Algebra 1 Activities Bundle

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I Have, Who Has is a review game that is beginning to take over the classroom. It is used to practice a variety of skills or review basic concepts. This game focuses on solving one-step equations. Includes: - Deck Contains 32 individual cards Thank you for downloading this product! Please make
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I Have, Who Has is a review game that is beginning to take over the classroom. It is used to practice a variety of skills or review basic concepts. This game focuses on solving two-step equations. Includes: - Deck Contains 32 individual cards Thank you for downloading this product! Please ma
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Use this Jeopardy-like review game to improve your students' understanding of key concepts of linear equations. This is a fun way to have students review: *Finding the slope of a line given two points *Finding the slope of a line given its equation *Understanding graphs of linear equations *Findin
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Students will have a blast playing this game to review equations. Included are two step equations, multi-step equations with combining like terms, distribution, variables on both sides, and a combination of all. There are even a couple questions with fractions and decimals. This game does not includ
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This is an "I HAVE, WHO HAS?" game. Teachers use this to formatively assess student learning and understanding of solving multi-step equations (distributive property, and variables on both sides). Students have a card with an solution and a question (their solution does not answer their own questi
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Glue the game board to a vanilla folder and cut the game cards out. Place students in groups of 2-6. Students work out the problem and move according to the solution. Ex. If the solution is 2 move up 2, if the solution is -3 move back 3. Every person in the group should work out the problem and stud
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This is a great game that my kids absolutely love. It is a fun interactive way for students to practice all their Algebra skills. The idea of earning tickets makes the students want to learn! These lessons are 100% prep free :) This bundle includes the following 10 carnival themed Algebra games: Mat
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This is a great game that my kids absolutely love. It is a fun interactive way for students to practice all their Algebra skills. My kids get so excited to get the answers correct and spin the wheel! These lessons are 100% prep free :) This bundle includes the following 8 Algebra games: Math Wheel G
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This activities bundle is a collection of all nine of our products related to solving equations and inequalities. We have also included our combining like terms related products for preliminary activities to lead into the unit. Purchased separately these products would cost over \$25! The bundle inc
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Use this Jeopardy-like review game to improve your students' understanding of key concepts of functions. This is a fun way to have students review: * Functions (domain, range, function notation, vertical line test) * Lines (finding slope, x- and y-intercepts, slope-intercept form, point-slope form
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An engaging puzzle, students find the value of "A", transfer that value to the next problem to find "B", and so on until "Z". They then use the code they have created to fill in a silly pun at the bottom. Puzzle is designed so that a student with mid-Algebra I level skills can work independently.
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Students use cards with one of the 3 common forms of equations of lines to identify the slope or intercepts while playing a card game. This is a different approach to practicing identifying slope or intercepts in a fun way for students. Perfect for Algebra 1 and 2 classes. There are 30 cards for
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