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Combining like terms made fun! Students practice combining like terms, but instead of just sitting at their seats doing a worksheet, they can be up moving around the room! This self-checking scavenger hunt has 12 problems which require students to combine like terms. All terms have an exponent of

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Do you need a fun way for students to practice combining like terms with minimal prep? The Combining Like Terms Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find another problem hanging around the classroom. Stu

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Distribute & Combine Like Terms Scavenger Hunt
Differentiated Activity where students will practice simplifying expressions using the distributive property and combining like terms.
Easily adaptable to meet the demands of any classroom: students can work independently or in groups, moving abou

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A scavenger hunt is a more engaging and mobile alternative to just giving the students a worksheet.The topic of this Scavenger Hunt is multi-step algebraic equations where all variables are on one side of the equation. Students must first combine like terms in order to solve the equations. The file

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This interactive activity gets your students up and moving around the classroom, simplifying expressions by combining like terms. This activity includes 8 cut-apart questions to post around your classroom (each with 4 possible answer choices), a worksheet to show their work, and an answer key. By

This product is used for a short review with students who just learned how to solve multi step equations. There are 16 questions that include just basic multi step equations that require knowledge of combining like terms. I teach lower level students so we do multi step equations over several days.

This is a fun way to get students simplifying variable expressions or combining like terms. It includes variables, integers, and the distributive property. Directions: Print out the presentation and post slides around the room. Have students keep track of the order on a piece of paper. The slid

Students will travel to 18 stations around the room to perfect their skills using the distributive property, combining like terms and in some occasions both skills at one time. There are positive and negative integers and variables in theses problems that students must combine.

No prep! Just print and hang. Students combine like terms (including integers) at the bottom of a page and HUNT for the answer at the top of another. Students love these! There are 10 expressions for them to simplify, and an answer key allows you to check their work quickly. I hope you and your stud

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Make practicing simplifying expressions fun! This self-checking activity will allow students to get out of their seats and move around the classroom as they solve 16 problems. Each problem solved will lead the students to a new problem to solve until they have solved all 16 problems. You will be ama

Students LOVE this activity!! They work a problem on one card and use that answer to find the next problem to be worked. No matter where they start, they will end the activity in the place they started!
Students need to know how to combine like terms. Some of the problems require them to distr

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This activity gets students out of their seats. Students get to work at their own pace and think it's a game. They are highly motivated to complete a question since they can self check and get immediate feedback.
Students will complete a problem and then look for the answer on top of a different ca

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This product listing is for a scavenger hunt for combining like terms with 10 problems. The expressions include two variables as well as exponents and distributive property. There is a recording sheet for students to show work. An answer key has been provided. Students can start at any problem for t

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Scavenger hunts are a great break from the monotony of worksheets. It allows students to realize if they are not doing problems correct, if they do not find their answer during the hunt. It keeps students active and actively engaged. There are 12 combining like term questions including word problems

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A Scavenger Hunt for students working on Combining Like Terms. The answers are at the top of each page. The problem at the bottom of the page does not match the answer on that same page. In this document the first answer matches the last problem. The rest are in order.
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A fun, kinesthetic way to practice or review combining like terms for middle school students!***Includes DISTRIBUTIVE PROPERTY problems!!!Includes: 20 cards to hang around the room, starting number cards, student recording sheet and answer keyHow to: 1) Cut out and hang cards around the room. The to

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This is a review of combining like terms set up as a scavenger hunt. Students work through the given problem, find the answer located around the room, and start a new problem.

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Students will solve 12 problems on solving two-step equations with word problems and combining like terms through this engaging scavenger hunt. Students begin at any problem around the room and solve the problem. In order to check their answers, students look around the room to find the answer to

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15 question cards are found in this scavenger hunt. All exponent properties are used. For more durability, laminating the cards will help them last longer.
Students can either work individually or in small groups.
Each student or group will start out on a different question card..
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There is a problem with like terms, the students must solve the problem and find the answer on a different paper in the room!

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Algebra 1
Distributive Property and Combining Like Terms
Post problems randomly around the room. Students work in groups of 2 to 3. All groups start at a different problem. Write the name of the picture on the answer sheet. Work out the problem and write down the answer. Groups look for the a

This is a review activity for students to combine like terms without exponents.

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This scavenger hunt allows students to practice with combining like terms and the distributive property. There are 12 cards, a recording sheet for students and an answer key for teachers. Enjoy! **No integers!**
Item also available in my Math Scavenger Hunt - Bundle and Math Scavenger Hunts (Most P

Algebra 1 Review: You will will receive 2 anchor chart cards, 40 algebra task cards and a quiz for 6th grade, 7th grade, middle school and special education math students to practice simplifying algebraic expressions. Ideas for games and activities are included, such as a scavenger hunt or SCOOT. Us

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