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Oh No! someone sprayed graffiti all over the school over night! The detectives have gathered some clues but need your help narrowing down who did it! Student will solve each page of math to rule out suspects one by one. NO NEGATIVESone step equationscomputation problemsword problemsStudents will....

This is a real life activity/project where students must make decisions about purchases now that they're "on their own." Students write and solve 2 step equations to see what the monthly payments would be for certain TVs, refrigerators, laptop computers and cars. Based on the budgeted amount, stud

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This resource includes FOUR different linear equation projects from basic to advanced levels of Pre-Algebra and Algebra.
The real life topics:
• Cell phone plans
• Exchange rates
• Temperature conversions
• Frequent flyer miles
Linear representations:
• Equations
• Tables
• Graphs
• Words
TWO EDI

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This choice board has six project-based tasks based on solving systems of linear equations (1 page handout in a grid). Students choose three of the six tasks to complete. This is a great way to assess at the end of a unit on systems.
I have also included stations - style cards describing each tas

This Differentiated Algebra in the Medical Field Project focuses on taking measurements and collecting data, re-arranging formulas, solving and graphing linear equations, and systems of equations in the context of real world formulas and equations used in the medical field. This project is a perfect

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This choice board has six project-based tasks based on graphing linear equations (1 page handout in a grid). Students choose three of the six tasks to complete. This is a great way to assess at the end of a unit on graphing linear equations.
I have also included stations-style cards describing ea

It's In The Bag! Equations Project is also available in the following packages at a discount:
1) Middle School Math Lessons, Projects, and Games eBook (42 engaging math activities - 438 pages) ($87.00)
2) Algebra and Functions Activities eBook for Middle School Math (6 lessons/ projects) ($23.0

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This is a project-based assessment over solving equations. The student is given choice of which type of equations (one-step, two-step, distributive property, combining like terms, distributive property with combining like terms, variables on both sides, variables on both sides with distributive prop

Multi-Step Equations and Coordinate GraphingThis activity provides practice with both algebraic equation solving and coordinate graphing. This activity involves 1-step and 2-step equations using the distributive property and adding like terms. By solving equations, students will create pairs of Ca

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This is a project-based assessment over Solving a System of Linear Equations. The student is given a scenario such as "Josh currently has $200 in his savings account and is depositing $50 per month. His brother Jorge currently has $300 in his savings account and is depositing $25 per month." They ar

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Growing up, one of my favorite computer games was Roller Coaster Tycoon. It was so fun to dream and design my very own amusement park! To try and build a variety of rides, and make sure park visitors had everything they needed to stay happy and keep coming back-I loved the challenge!
Now, you can g

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Also included in: Algebra Essentials Resource BUNDLE

Discover linear equations the fun way. This is a 5 day project that is ready to use. Implementing it in your class will be as easy as pi.
Students will need access to a computer or iPad. They will use a powerful online graphing calculator to create a drawing of the Eiffel tower via www.desmos.co

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This Performance Task focuses on writing and graphing linear equations and functions in a real-world context. Slope-intercept, standard, and point-slope form are included.
There are 2 different forms of the assessment included with this purchase. Fully editable.

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In this project, students are presented with a situation in which they want to open a bakery, but must first write a business plan to apply for a loan.
They are given the basic costs of running a business, and are then asked to write and solve a system of equations to find the number of cupcakes t

This mini-project requires students to solve 28 one- and two-step equations and use the answers to color-code a very cute elephant! Included are the elephant sheet with equations, a detailed instructions sheet, and a grading rubric. The rubric assesses whether students solved the equations correct

In this project, students create their own "Mathemagic" trick and prove why it works. A very simple example would be "Choose a number, add 3, double it, subtract 6, divide it by 2. You'll get back your original number." You can easily adjust this assignment to fit different levels, from beginning

This Project is one I created for my Algebra students to complete.
The Project requires the students to choose a major, research 5 colleges, find a part time job, calculate and graph how many hours they need to work to afford their first semester of college, and reflect on the process. I had the

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"You and your partner are brilliant entrepreneurs convinced that you are primed to make millions. You are starting a new company that will need to compete with existing companies in one of the following areas:
• Cell phone providers
• Membership (ex: Gym or fitness center, bul

3 llamas = 2 treasures. If one treasure has a value of 6, what is each llama worth?Students will explore multiplication and develop algebraic reasoning skills with these beginner level picture puzzle task cards!This started out as an enrichment project for third graders who got bored of multiplicat

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Also included in: Mega Multiplication Bundle! Fact Fluency; Distributive Property, Double/Halve

Students use inquiry to drive their interest in completing this project. It contains a real-life scenario, algebraic equations, expressions, and variables. Note: teacher should change first word of code to say correct school name (currently, it says creator's school name).

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My students struggle with modified elimination where they must multiply one equation by a number to change coefficients in order to eliminate one of the variables. I created this project in order to have some cooperative learning opportunities in which students would compare traditional elimination

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Students will get to draw an animal on a graph. They will have to write equations of 12 total lines in point-slope form, slope intercept form, and standard form. They will have to identify slopes, intercepts, parallel, and perpendicular lines. Fun math and art project!

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This real-life example truly engages the students and forces them to think about their expenses when it comes to No. 1 commmodity - their cell phone.
This activity reinforces the concepts when teaching solving a system of equations graphically.
Rubric included

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