Need an activity to help your students work with expressions in a real-life situation? This activity does just that and comes in two forms: PDF and Google Slides. Spread this project out over several days, or give it to the students at the beginning of the week and make it due on Friday. The main fo
***THIS PRODUCT HAS BEEN UPDATED WITH A GOOGLE SLIDES INTERACTIVE VERSION INCLUDED. REDOWNLOAD IF YOU HAVE IT ALREADY***Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class! Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single content topi
Is your district doing Distance Learning? This can be easily implemented and sent out for students to do at home! I give my students one page per day and create a mini video for them to review the topics! ****Over 550 sold! Get this product for cheap while you can!!!*****This is a great summer schoo
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
Students will create and solve equations to represent dates on a calendar month using one step equations, two step equations, equations with terms on both sides, combining like terms, and the distributive property. The answers to the equations should represent the dates on the calendar.
This project allows students to assess their knowledge of algebraic expressions through their learning style. There is a menu of choices where students are guided to an activity based on how they prefer to think/learn. This assesses 7.EE.A.1 7.EE.A.2 and 7.EE.B.3 for Common Core. 6.EE can also be us
Excited to try Decorated notes but need a product that will fit inside your interactive notebooks? Then Decorated Note Brochures are perfect for you!Research shows that students who sketch, color, or doodle while listening to instruction tend to have better recall. These Decorated Note Brochures c
All 3 Summer Olympics Projects in one bundle. Each can be assigned separately. Great for review, end-of-the-year, Summer School, or as a beginning of the year assessment.Students choose their Olympic Sport, solve math problems, travel to cities all over the globe, keep a journal, fill in a travel
Perfect Summer Bundle (evaluating algebraic expressions, simplify algebraic expressions by combining like terms and using the distributive property, and solving one and two-step equations):1. Treasure Hunt - Simplifying Algebraic Expressions in Google Sheets™, Excel™ - Digital & Editable. 2. Cre
Math Enrichment Summer Algebra PBL - Printable & Digital (EDITABLE). This is a great end of the year or summer school activity to practice evaluating algebraic expressions, simplify algebraic expressions by combining like terms and using the distributive property, and solving one and two-step eq
Perfect Summer 7th, 8th, 9th grade Math Bundle (mean, median, mode, range, circumference & area of a circle, coordinate plane, evaluating algebraic expressions, simplify algebraic expressions by combining like terms and using the distributive property, and solving one and two-step equations):1.
This interactive lesson engages students while teaching them how to simplify expressions by combining like terms. With the google add-on Peardeck, students can interact directly with the lesson from their computer. You, as the teacher, can see all student answers and share your favorite responses wi
Skip the worksheet and engage students with this fun combining like terms paper chain activity. Students solve one link which leads to the answer on the next link. Add to your chains with multiple topics throughout the year. Students can literally see their knowledge and skills growing with each
Students will look at the top 12 roller coasters in the United States and develop their own Theme Park. There are several factors that go into selecting the top roller coasters.
Students will combine like terms to find equations that the students will be able to use to evaluate each roller
Your students will get a kick out of completing this Christmas themed mad lib style activity! This product includes 7 multiple choice questions, asking students to simplify expressions by distributing and combining like terms. Students will fill in the blanks in the story with the word that is next
This is a set of worksheets designed to help students to understand in a logical fashion why we can only combine like terms. Frequently students will want to be able to combine the variable coefficients with the constants in an expression such as 6x + 4. Students will often want to combine those t
This is a project that I look forward to every year. It's not often students get the opportunity to channel their creativity in math, so I try to fit in any opportunity that I can.
The Storybook Project requires students to think outside of the box, and metaphorically solve a multi-step equation.
Looking for a fun, unique, no-prep way to practice simplifying algebraic expressions using the distributive property and combining like terms and factoring out the gcf from expressions? This interactive bingo review game is sure to be a hit in any class - whether it be a face-to-face classroom or v
Students create an "Advent" type calendar by creating, simplifying and evaluating expressions.This can be done digitally or using posters (or anything really, just depends on how creative your students want to be)!This project has students practicing- creating and simplifying expressions involving c
This is part III in a 10 part project for 7th Grade Mathematics: Students will pretend like they are collecting orders for their classmates while on a field trip. Students are to practice defining the variable, combining like terms, and understanding algebraic expressions in a real world context. In
In this project students will demonstrate their knolwdge of solving multistep equations. This project focuses on using a five step process:Step 1: DistributeStep 2: Combine like termsStep 3: Choose a side (place contants on one side and variables with their coefficients on the other side)Step 4: Add