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Welcome to Algetropolis, where players roll the die, move around the game board, and collect the building blocks to make their skyscrapers. But wait...each building block has a variable expression written on the side. In the end, each player must find the value of each of their skyscrapers, first

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Students will practice their algebra skills; solving equations, solving expressions, order of operations and reading coordinates on a graph. Use these activities while teaching your unit to reinforce algebra skills. This pack includes 6 activities; Expression and Equation Bingo, Balancing Act, Order

Solve and verify one and two step, first-degree equations of the form: x+a=b, ax=b, x-a=b where a, b, and c are integers.
To start the game the first player rolls all three dice. This player now uses any two (or all 3) dice and substitutes the correct color values into one of the given equations an

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CC ALIGNED: HANDS ON "TEACHER FRIENDLY" ALGEBRA GAMES FOR YOUR CLASSROOM! Your students will love practicing expressions and the order of operations by playing "Expression Roll" and "Algebra Expression". My students love both games and can't wait to finish their math so that they can go to the

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Play the popular "I Have, Who Has?" game with your fourth graders to practice solving for the variable. The game is aligned with Common Core mathematics standard 4.OA.3. 30 student cards included in the game.

You will receive 30 algebra task cards to use for games in your 6th or 7th grade math centers and stations. They work well as a review, for test prep, as a quick assessment or extra practice for special education students.
Task cards are a great alternative to worksheets. They allow for movement

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Students must compare number sentences and solve basic algebra problems to find the missing number. Includes 2 pages of game cards and a game board.

Exponent Rules Jeopardy:
This Jeopardy style game is a really fun group classroom activity! Students will simplify the increasingly difficult exponent expressions using the exponent rules as they earn points. This game allows the teacher to keep score on the game and has timers for each slide! *Thi

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This is an 8th grade math review for Georgia standards. The concepts are mostly algebra concepts so it could be used for Algebra also. The categories are: set theory, exponents, radicals, linear equations, systems of equations, probability.

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Polynomials (Adding, Subtracting, & Multiplying) Bingo:
Students will have fun playing Bingo with their classmates as they review how to add, subtract, and multiply polynomials. *Answer key included!
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There are 30 task cards that require the students to simplify the polynomial expr

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Played just like Ghosts in the Graveyard.
I put students in groups of 4. Print out as many penguins as groups you have. I usually have about 7 groups so I print 7 of each penguin.
There are 3 questions per penguin. Groups get one penguin at a time. When they finish, they raise their hand and I chec

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FORBIDDEN words - a math game for ALGEBRA (or above)
This game is a fun and engaging way to practice vocabulary for ALGEBRA and ensure that students will understand the vocabulary that you use throughout your course.
Fluency with the vocabulary will help high school students excel on assessments

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Looking for a quick and EASY way to practice math facts? Tic Tac Math is it!
This set of games includes 48 Tic Tac Math game boards covering a variety of important Algebra skills. Games cover solving linear equations, quadratic equations, exponential equations and systems of linear equations.
Ther

Factoring Tic Tac Toe:
Students will play Tic Tac Toe in partners as they factor quadratic equations. There are 5 boards that get progressively more difficult. *Answer key included!
Directions: There are 5 boards and they get progressively more difficult with Board A being the easiest and Board E

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Played just like Ghosts in the Graveyard.
I put students in groups of 4. Print out as many fish as groups you have. I usually have about 7 groups so I print 7 of each fish.
There are 3 questions per fish. Groups get one fish at a time. When they finish, they raise their hand and I check their

Solving Multi-Step Equations Tic Tac Toe:
Students will play Tic Tac Toe in partners as they solve multi-step equations. There are 6 boards that get progressively more difficult. *Answer key included!
Directions: You can have your students begin with A and work their way to the F-board. Put the st

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Solving Multi-Step Equations 'Math Clues':
This CSI-style game is inspired by the original Clue board game. Students work in small groups as they review solving multi-step equations. Student will solve the equations in order to collect clues. They will then use deductive reasoning to solve the myste

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Want an engaging activity to help teach algebra? Dots and Boxes xyz is a beautiful game that will engage a large spectrum of your class. They'll be saying "x + 7 beats 15 because x = 10."
If you familiar with the standard Dots and Boxes game, get ready for a few twists... First, many boxes are

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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

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Solving Multi-Step Equations Bingo:
Students will have fun playing Bingo with their classmates as they review solving multi-step equations. *Answer key included!
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There are 30 task cards with different a multi-step equation on each one.Pass out a Bingo sheet to each student. Then proje

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Exponent Rules Bingo:
Students will have fun playing Bingo with their classmates as they review the properties of exponents. *Answer key included!
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There are 30 task cards that require the exponent rules to simplify. Pass out a Bingo sheet to each student. Then project all of the possi

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Simplifying Expressions Scavenger Hunt Activity
This is a super fun classroom scavenger hunt activity, and great review!!! Students will start at any of the 12 stations throughout the classroom. Stations are marked with a nature image and an expression, they will simplify the expression using the b

Math Clues - Mystery of the Missing Mascot!
Simplifying Expressions using distributive properties and like terms!
This fun mystery solving game is a hit in every classroom and the perfect review! Students are separated into small groups simplifying expressions from cards(10-15 per student dependin

by Liz Clark of Imagine-ary Numbers
Includes:
Logic-style puzzle for Graphing Quadratic Functions
One page summary of graphing tips for Quadratic Functions
Planning page including CCSS Content and Mathematical Practices Standards
Simple directions, an example, and a solution key
Use this puzzle i

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Students can practice basic algebra concepts with these eight fun games complete with directions, game boards and playing cards. The skills students will practice are:
Positive and Negative Numbers
Math Properties
Number Line from -10 to +10
Value of X
Order of Operations
Solving for the Unknown
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Multistep Equations Boxes and Dots Activity
DOTs MultiStep Equations cooperative activity includes:
*3 Dots game sheets (ONE Step, TWO Step, and Variables on Both Sides Versions)
*3 Student score sheet
*3 Answer key - one for each version of game sheet
DOTs Multistep Equation cooperative activity

Combine Like Terms Cooperative Learning Activity
This is a strategic and entertaining way to practice and review simplifying expression by combining like terms. This is geared for pre-algebra students in the early stages of simplifying expressions. Students play a friendly game of Dots and Boxes

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This is an interactive whiteboard jeopardy game with categories of solving absolute value equations, solving inequalities, solving equations, vocabulary words, and a wild card which has material from all of the above. It is in the form of a PowerPoint that then works as the Jeopardy game.

Operations with Polynomials Jeopardy:
This Jeopardy style game is a really fun classroom activity! Students will add, subtract, multiply, factor, and divide polynomials as a way to review operations with polynomials. This game allows the teacher to keep score on the game and has timers for each slid

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Exponent Rules Game - 'Math Clues':
This CSI-style game is inspired by the original Clue board game. Students work in small groups as they simplify problems involving the exponent rules. Student will simplify the problems in order to collect clues. They will then use deductive reasoning to solve the

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Scientific Notation Boxes and Dots Activity
DOTs Scientific Notation cooperative activity includes:
*Two versions of dots game sheets (Scientific to Standard Form AND Standard Form to Scientific Notation)
*Student score sheet
*Answer key for both versions
This is geared for middle school pre-a

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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

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Pythagorean Theorem Boxes and Dots Activity
Pythagorean Theorem cooperative activity includes:
*Dots game sheet
*Student score sheet
*Answer key
DOTs Pythagorean Theorem cooperative activity is geared for middle school pre-algebra students, along with special education or as a review for high sc

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Explains solving equations as a game with rules & strategies. Helps students understand the goal of solving equations and the process in a way they easily relate to.

One Step Equation Jeopardy Game
This Jeopardy style game is a really fun group classroom activity! Students will solve the increasingly difficult one step equations as they earn points. This file is in Power point form.
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Open the PowerPoint presentation then click on the slideshow tab and

System of Equations: Substitution Boxes and Dots Activity
DOTs System of Equations: Substitution cooperative activity includes:
*2 Dots game sheets (Two versions one more challenging)
*1 Student score sheet
*2 Answer key - one for each version of game sheet
DOTs System of Equations: Substitution

Order of Operations Scavenger Hunt Activity! PEMDAS
This fun classroom activity will keep students engaged and is a great practice of solving expressions using the correct order of operations. Students will start at any of the 12 stations throughout the classroom. Stations are marked with a camping

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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

Exponent Rules Tic Tac Toe:
Students will play Tic Tac Toe in partners as they simplify expressions using the exponent rules. There are 5 boards that get progressively more difficult. *Answer key included!
Directions: There are 5 boards and they get progressively more difficult with Board A being

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This product includes 2 versions of this game..a winter version & a spring version.
My students love this game. It is a fun interactive way to review any topic, especially a difficult topic like Word Problems. The class is split into 2 to 4 teams. The question button is clicked bringing up

Cylinders, Cones, and Spheres Volume Review
DOTs Volume cooperative activity contains two versions of dots game sheets, a student score sheet, and teacher key. This is geared for middle school pre-algebra students, along with special education or as a review for high school students. One version

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Irrational and Rational Boxes and Dots Activity
DOTs Irrational and Rational cooperative activity includes:
*THREE versions of dots game sheets
1-Irrational or Rational
2-Between which two consecutive whole number is square number between
3-Square root is closest to which integer
*Student score s

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Find the Slope Boxes and Dots Activity
DOTs Find the Slope cooperative activity includes:
*Dots game sheets
*Student score sheet
*Answer key
DOTs Find the Slope cooperative activity is geared for middle school pre-algebra students, along with special education or as a review for high school stu

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This is a standard deck of 52 playing cards where instead of the four suits you have the four ways of representing a function, and instead of giving the number of each card students have to figure out the card number by finding the slope. With these cards students can play games they already know a

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Practice with Poker 10 questions with answer key created by Tricks and Treats for Teaching Math. These questions, on Smartboard slides cover; Exponents, Prime Factorization, Order of Operations, Evaluating Expressions, and Solving One-Step Equations. Your students will absolutely LOVE this game! The

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A teacher's Must Have!!
This resource is a list of 150+ game and 50+ tutorial websites for the 8th Grade Algebra curriculum. They are listed by subject. These sites are perfect for learning centers, collaborative group activities or home practice. Keep your students engaged and motivated to learn

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This is a review for 8th grade math in Georgia. Most of the concepts are Algebra 1 concepts so it could be used for this course also. The categories are: systems of equations, probability, Pythagorean theorem and radicals, linear equations, exponents, solving equations.

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Old Maid - "Old Ms.-Mr Algebra" where students match 30 factors and solutions and record their answers on a worksheet for you to grade. Great review for Algebra 1 or Algebra 2 students on matching solutions and factors.

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Following the same format as all of the I have, Who has games; this game focuses on Algebra. All of the cards are simple Algebraic addition and subtraction equations with only 1 variable.

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Have students work with reading and listening to number sentences involving operations and two variables. You can time each class on different days and see how far they get (cards are # )This class exercise builds listening, reading and word problem skills as well as varied ways of reading operati

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This is a basic algebra game where students find the value of the missing number. It is a game with an owl theme.... "HOOT" can find the value of the symbol?
In this game, students draw cards to move around the owl themed game board. Students will find the value of the triangles and squares as th

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This is my twist on a popular Algebra game, Linear Battleship. Students will work on graphing and reading graphs of linear equations. I've found that students are usually better at graphing the lines than writing the equations of graphed lines. These fun few assignments help reinforce those skills (

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