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The attached document is an entire unit using algebra tiles to solve one-variable equations. It works through each type of equation making sure students have plenty of practice with two-step equations, variables on both sides, and multi-step equations. Each part includes a set of problems designed f

In the Equations and Expressions domain of the Common Core there is an emphasis on modelling from the Standards for Mathematical Practice. The material in this slide show provides a means to model with mathematics (practice #4) and then asks students to look for and make use of structure (practice #

Working with Algebra Tiles to Solve Equations Place MatThis FREEBIE is place mat for students to work on when solving equations with integers and algebra tiles. Students will use the place mat to work with algebra tiles to solve two-step equations. I like to place these in sheet protectors to studen

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Also included in: BUNDLE: Solving One-Step and Two Step Equations using Algebra Tiles

This is a JENGA game for reviewing solving equations with variables on both sides of the equation. There is a color version and black-and-white version. You can print the answer key directly on the back of whichever version you can print.
You can buy JENGA tiles or an off-brand version and color-

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Also included in: Algebra 1 - Solving Equations - Foldable and Activity Task Card Bundle

This Google Slides Activity includes 15 unique slides that involve maintaining the balance on the scale in order to solve for a variable, x.
The students will start first by taking away tiles that represent a value of "1" each on both sides in order to isolate x and solve for its value. They the

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This poster is a reminder for students what the algebra tiles represent. My class has been exploring how to sole one-step and two-step equations with positive and negative numbers with algebra tiles. Its a really great way to help students understand equations and why the answer works! Love these

Also included in: BUNDLE: Solving One-Step and Two Step Equations using Algebra Tiles

The attached document is three entire units using algebra tiles to simplify algebraic expressions, solve equations, and factor polynomials.
The simplifying expressions unit begins by having students practice just representing expressions using algebra tiles and works through simplifying expression

The attached document is an entire unit using algebra tiles to simplify algebraic expressions. It begins by having students practice just representing expressions using algebra tiles and works through simplifying expressions including distributive property. It is paced to help students understand al

The attached document is an entire unit using algebra tiles to factor polynomials. It begins by teaching students what an area models is and then how to factor polynomials using area models. Throughout the unit, students will see the patterns and start to formulate a rule for factoring without using

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This is a powerpoint presentation I made to help explain how to use algebra tiles to solve equations.
Each slide shows the setup of the equation as well as animations of the on-screen tiles to go along with each step of solving it.
To be honest I don't like using algebra tiles myself. I recogniz

I found that my students were successful in using algebra tiles to solve equations, however they struggled with writing the corresponding steps. This exercise provides a model of steps used to solve algebraic equations, and the students must fill in the steps using numbers and symbols.

Time to Tile: Balancing Equations is a hands-on activity that takes students’ thinking beyond procedures and rote memorization. This engaging resource activates critical thinking and problem solving skills, all while developing algebraic thinking. Students must place 10 number tiles (0-9) on the Tim

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This 180 page download contains 11 sets of task cards for use as students learn how to work with algebra tiles. Each set contains 20 cards in both color and black and white. In addition to the task cards, the download includes higher level reflections that correspond to some of the sets, the tiles

This is a set of guided notes on solving equations. It covers one step, two step, and multi-step equations. These pages write out the steps students must use to solve various types of equations and guides them through the process. I print the notes out for my students, and put the pdf version on the

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Also included in: Solving Equations Bundle

Free graphic organizer to assist students with using algebra tiles to solve equations.

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This resource will save you time as guided notes and examples are ready to be copied for your students. Independent practice is included in each activity. Teacher notes and detailed answer keys are provided
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Sample pages of the resource can be viewed in the Preview.
1st Activity – Solve Equations

Model algebra tiles (expressions, combining like terms, & solving equations) with this PowerPoint show.
There are a total of 19 problems to solve with the algebra tile manipulatives: 6 expressions, 6 combining like terms, 6 equations, and 1 word problem. Download the preview to see a sample of

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Evaluate expressions, combine like terms, and solve equations with this handout and a set of algebra tiles. Students are given space to draw representations of their algebra tiles and to write the procedures for each problem. There is also a word problem which asks them to write an equation to repre

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Students use Algebra Tiles to model and solve one variable two step equations and graph the solutions on a number line. This includes notes for an interactive notebook, practice page and ticket out.
TEKS 7.11A, 7.11B, 7.10B

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This is a 5 day lesson plan powerpoint. This introduces 2 step equations by spending 2-3 days with algebra tiles and then slowly introducing variables and solving equations. This powerpoint includes worksheets, sample problems and lesson plans for 5 days. You don't need algebra tiles for this. I hav

This is the paperless version of my printable Time to Tile: Balancing Equations
Time to Tile: Balancing Equations is a hands-on activity that takes students’ thinking beyond procedures and rote memorization. This engaging resource activates critical thinking and problem solving skills, all while de

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This lesson includes notes for an interactive math journal. Guided and Independent practice and mini assessment.
Duration : 55 min
The first and second page are meant to be used as a foldable or printable for an interactive math notebook.
There are two on a page and can be run front and back.
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Six pages of Algebra Tiles Equations models and six pages of Algebra Tiles Inequality Models that can be used as an ISN booklet or a review assignment. Students must write the equation or inequality prior to solving for the value of x to bridge the concept between the model and the algorithm.
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This is a step by step guided notes to solving equations with algebra tiles and modeling. A set of student notes and completed notes are included. Notes are best when printed in color and can be used with actual algebra tiles for students to best understand the concept.

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