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Send your students around your classroom on a scavenger hunt while evaluating 20 different algebraic expressions. Some of the expressions do contain exponents, parenthesis and require order of operations to correctly evaluate. Also, many problems use the "dot" for multiply to avoid confusion with

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This activity is Common Core aligned to 6.EE.2c. Teachers should hang posters in classroom and hallway (if possible). The students will enjoy working in partners to complete this algebraic expressions scavenger hunt. This activity completely engages all of my students, while providing a common core

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Evaluate algebraic expressions while students move around the room with this scavenger hunt! (So much more engaging than worksheets!) Students will evaluate 20 expressions - some expressions include one variable, two variables, fractions, decimals, integers, and use of the distributive property.

This packet includes two (2) versions of the Algebraic Expressions Scavenger Hunt activity - a total of 24 cards. By having two sets of cards with 12 problems each, your students will have a couple of opportunities to learn and have fun while learning how to write Algebraic Expressions. Who likes si

This game includes: 7 pages (14 questions) of evaluating expression questions, student recording sheet, and an answer key.***
To play:
1) Cut each question page in half to separate the question boxes. You will have 14 questions. Each question asks students to solve the two-step inequality.
2) Ha

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Also included in: Scavenger Hunt Activity Bundle (19 Included!)

Students must simplify the algebraic expression to find the next station. Some of the problems require students to distribute a coefficient or a negative, but none of the problems require students to "FOIL". There are 12 stations. The problems are of various difficulty. Make sure these problems

This scavenger hunt allows students to practice with writing algebraic expression. There are 12 cards, a recording sheet for students and an answer key for teachers. Enjoy!
Here’s how to play:
- Post the cards all over your room.
- Split students up into groups (I typically do pairs, depending on

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This is such a fun twist on a practice worksheet! Students simplify an expression, which leads them to the next expression, which leads them to the next, until they complete the worksheet!
These worksheets can be used as in-class practice, homework, or formative assessments.
THREE worksheets are

Students will translate verbal expressions into algebraic expressions by completing a scavenger hunt. This is a fun and engaging way to motivate students. Students should begin at any letter and not get back to that letter until the last problem.
The answer order is (but does not have to go exactl

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This is a review of taking the written expressions and translating them into algebraic expressions. It is set up differently than most Scavenger Hunts. Because these are word descriptions, it would be too difficult for students to copy the new questions from cards on a wall, so a worksheet with all

This scavenger hunt requires students to evaluate algebraic expressions given values for variables. There are 16 half-sheet scavenger hunt cards which you can place around your room. The answer students get from each card leads them to the next. I typically have students work in pairs or trios to an

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This product is a scavenger hunt or "around the room" assignment. The questions include: Evaluate 8y when y = 2Evaluate 5p – 1 when p = 4Write the expression for “the sum of 12 and a number h”Write the expression for “the quotient of h and 12”Write the expression for 12 divided by 3Write the expre

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I use Scavenger Hunts to review a lot of different subjects in my classes. This one reviews finding the limit of an algebraic expression. It has 22 problems with a variety of difficulty.
Students have fun with Scavenger Hunts. They try hard to find the correct answer so their team can finish first

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This activity is a class favorite and will get your students up and out of their seats! Students will solve 18 questions while moving around the room in search for the answer! Students should be comfortable with simplifying algebraic expressions, applying the distributive property, factoring out the

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Get your students moving with this fun, interactive scavenger hunt.
For this activity, all you need to do is hang the stations around your room and have a student recording sheet for each student. There are 15 total station questions. They will answer each question and show all work and then searc

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This activity is a class favorite and will get your students up and out of their seats! Students will solve 18 questions while moving around the room in search for the answer! Students should be comfortable with factoring out the GCF and factoring out the negative GCF. Grading is simple, since you j

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Post all 15 questions around your classroom or hallway. Have each student or group of 2-3 students choose one problem to start at. After they have solved the question, have them search for their answer. When they find the answer, that is the next problem they solve. They continue this process until

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Students will work through a variety of expressions requiring them to substitute in values of variables then evaluate the expression using order of operations.

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Order of Operations and Evaluating Expressions Scavenger Hunt
This activity practices both order of operations and evaluating expressions. There are 12 total problems (6 of each kind). They are more difficult problems that are meant for an Algebra level class. The order of operations problems ha

Rational Expressions Scavenger Hunt (All Operations)
This scavenger hunt activity consists of 16 problems in which students practice simplifying, adding (like and unlike denominators), subtracting, multiplying, and dividing rational expressions. Opposite binomial factors are included. This activ

Scavenger hunts are great because they get students up and moving around the room. They also encourage students to check their work carefully since an incorrect answer will leave them stuck at a dead end. Successfully completing the scavenger hunt requires students to slow down and check their work.

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Simplifying Rational Expressions Scavenger Hunt
The objective of this scavenger hunt activity is to practice simplifying rational expressions by factoring. There are 12 total problems that just need to be printed and posted throughout the classroom and hallway. Students are put into groups of 2-3 a

Practice writing algebraic expressions in a fun way! This self-checking scavenger hunt includes 10 real world word problems that require the students to write an algebraic expression. My students love scavenger hunts because it gets them up and out of their seats.
Post the pages around your room

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Scavenger hunts are great because they get students up and moving around the room. They also encourage students to check their work carefully since an incorrect answer will leave them stuck at a dead end. Successfully completing the scavenger hunt requires students to slow down and check their work.

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Also included in: Rational Expressions and Equations Activity Bundle

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