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In this linear equations activity, students cut out 24 puzzle pieces with 3 different representations of the same equation - slope-intercept form, point-slope form, and standard form. The 4th piece of each puzzle shows a graph or table of the equation. Students fit same-equation pieces together. Whe

Quadratic Equations Puzzles (4 Versions - Factoring, Square Roots, Completing the Square, Quadratic Formula)
These are square cut-out puzzles in which students solve the quadratic equations along the edges, then cut out the squares and rearrange so the edges meet and paste onto a template. Four di

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In this hands-on activity, students practice solving equations using the distributive property and combining like terms. This activity promotes active engagement and mathematical discussions as students work together to match their problems and answers and solve the puzzle. If they solve the problem

These Multiplication and Division Number Puzzles help students learn their multiplication facts. They are simple puzzles to determine an unknown number.
There are three version of the number puzzles:
• One version has four problems / answers in one puzzle. It’s simply a fun way to get four pr

This puzzle includes 24 problems on 16 puzzle pieces designed to practice the substitution method for solving systems of equations. Students can also use the elimination method to solve the systems.
Students pick a puzzle piece and pick a system. Students will use the substitution method to find th

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This puzzle provides students with practice solving 30 multi-step equations. There are a variety of types of questions, including the following skills: two step equations, equations containing fractions, variables on the same side, variables on both sides, distributive property, and distributing a

This puzzle includes 8 questions that are designed to help students see the connection between the percent proportion and the percent equation. Students will need to cut out 24 puzzle pieces and match each problem to its percent proportion setup, percent equation set up, and answer. This is a grea

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This 30 question, hexagonal puzzle provides students with practice solving one- and two- step equations (integers included).
This is a fun way to review before a quiz or a test!
An answer key is provided.
If you like this product, you may be interested in myMiddle School Math & Algebra 1 P

**Note: This is part of my Math Puzzle Bundle
These are puzzles to help reinforce the concept of balanced equations. There are three sets of puzzles: addition, subtraction, and mixed.
Each puzzle has 3 boxes. Two have equations and one has an equal sign. Students will need to put the puzzles toge

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Give this hands-on activity a try for a fun way to practice solving systems of equations. Equations are set up for students to use elimination (with multiplication of one equation) and substitution to solve.
This activity promotes active engagement and mathematical discussions as students work toge

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A great Christmas activity for students learning to solve one step equations, or as a refresher for upper level math classes. . This puzzle contains one step algebra equations in the form of a 4 x 4 grid where students match up the answer next to the problem. When put together properly, they will f

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This puzzle is a great activity to reinforce skills of solving equations with combining like terms and distributive property. It has a component of self-check built into the activity where if the puzzle does not connect. This could be used as a math station activity or a classroom lesson activity.

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Solving equations puzzle with whole numbers. This activity requires students to solve one and two step equations in order to fit puzzle pieces together. All equations only use whole numbers. Give your students a fun way to practice a very important skills! Included is a versio

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Help students memorize the equation for cellular respiration and photosynthesis by arrange the reactants and products in word form and using chemical formulas.
This is the first step to learning NGSS MS-LS1-6 which lead up to HS-LS1-5 & HS-LS1-7.

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This puzzle pack gives learners the opportunity to solve systems of non-linear equations! There are two puzzles in this product. The first includes systems that have one linear equation and one quadratic equation, while the second includes systems with two quadratic equations.
In each puzzle,

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The puzzle requires students to solve radical equation in order to match it up with the correct answer. An answer key, puzzle template, a table of solutions and puzzle pieces are included in the set. Copying the template and puzzle pieces is a good idea. I have my kids glue their solutions to the te

This worksheet is a fun way for your students to practice writing variable expressions and equations! Students match the descriptions with the expressions/equations to reveal the answer to a riddle, so students will know right away if they've solved correctly! The file contains the student worksheet

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This 21- question, diamond- shaped puzzle provides students with practice solving literal equations. I used a variety of middle school math, geometry, pre- algebra, and algebra formulas that students should be familiar with. Equations are limited to two operations, most involve addiiton, subtracti

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This puzzle is a fun way for students to practice solving one-step equations. Students cut out puzzle pieces, solve each equation, and match the equation to its solution. They can then color the pieces and glue the completed puzzle in their math notebook. It was created for 6th grade, but 7th gra

Algebra Solving Two Step Equations Puzzle
This file contains one interactive page that your students can use to practice solving two step equations. They should be able to work with simple fractions.
I have also included a paper copy that you can use in case of emergency (no wi-fi access…substitu

This puzzle contains 15 questions that will help students practice solving multi-step equations.
Students need to be able to combine like terms, use the distributive property, and work with simple fractions.
After solving the 15 questions, students match their solutions to a letter that will help

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Are you looking for a fun way to practice solving literal equations with your students? Look no further! This activity contains a set of 30 puzzle pieces on literal equations. Students will be given ten equations and will be asked to solve each equation for both x and y. They will then match up the

This Solving Equations Puzzle was created by Pupsaroni Puzzles for use in an Algebra 1 classroom during the solving equations unit. These cards were made so that students could solve an equation and match it up with its solution. Teachers can use this puzzle in a variety of ways including as a per

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This is a puzzle that will engage your students. They are given a point and slope and asked to find the equation in point-slope form. At the end of the activity, they need to solve a puzzle. I used this as an assessment tool and they loved it! Answer key is included!

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This worksheet is great for reinforcing one step equations. All the problems have positive answers. Great for substitute work or for independent practice.
Students will enjoy drawing the picture into the grid and seeing the image appear as they get all the answers correct.

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This 18- question, triangle- shaped puzzle provides students with practice solving radical equations. Students will need to solve equations that include one radical, two radicals, quadratics, and extraneous solutions.
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• 2 pages worth of puzzle pieces
• student recording sheet
• d

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Students pick a puzzle piece and choose an equation. Students will solve the 2-step equation. Then, they will find the answer among the puzzle pieces. Next, match the edge of the equation to the edge of the solution.
The pieces may be pre-cut for the students, or have the students cut the pieces th

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Students will solve the equations with variables on both sides. Once they solve it, they will find there answer on a puzzle piece and glue it down. When they are done, they can color the design.

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Your students will love practicing solving multi-step equations with this hands-on activity. This puzzle features 18 practice problems for solving equations, including distributive property, combining like terms, variables on both sides, and using all properties of equality. This activity promotes a

This worksheet is great for reinforcing two step equations. Students will be engaged and have fun as they complete the worksheet that will reveal a hidden picture. As students solve each problem they will be given a clue of what to draw in a grid to reveal a surprise picture. If the completed pictu

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Students can work alone or in pairs to match problems with their answers. The end result is a 4x4 square. Topics covered: finding slope from a graph, an equation, and two points, writing and equation for a line, and identifying intercepts from graphs and equations. Copy on color paper and have stud

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Students pick a puzzle piece and choose an equation. Students will solve the multi-step equation. Then, they will find the answer among the puzzle pieces. Next, match the edge of the problem to the edge of the answer.
The pieces may be pre-cut for the students, or have the students cut the pieces

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Students will start with the rocket ship page. By solving the equations and matching them with the solutions, they will transform the rocket ship into a totally unexpected new creation.
By not telling your students what it will transform into, you add a new dimension of intrigue and a high level o

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This is a great puzzle to be used as classwork or homework for study on writing linear equations. Problems include writing linear equations (in slope intercept form) from a point and a slope, two points, as well as parallel/perpendicular to a given line and through a given point. The puzzle can be d

Why should solving multi-step equations be completely boring!?!?! This puzzle has 12 multi-step equations (with fractions that must be cleared), whose solutions provide clues to a word phrase. (Word phrase uncovered is quote from legendary UCLA coach John Wooden - Hard work beats talent when talent

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Print the puzzle on card stock or have it laminated. Cut out the squares then shuffle the pieces. The goal is to have the students match the equations with the correct answers in order to re-form the original 3 x 3 square.

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This is a puzzle for 1 and 2 step equations. The students receive the document with the large pieces and you use the key. I have students work in groups to solve the problems and match the answer pieces to them to form a large hexagon. I then just check it on their desk and grade them based on that.

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Thought-provoking one-step linear equations game that's ideal for guided math stations. Working individually or in pairs, students will match the pyramid cards' equations to their solutions. Once the pyramid game cards have been matched up correctly, the cards will be arranged in the shape of a lar

This is a puzzle that can be used to review solving two step equations.
Students should be able to solve equations that include fractions.
There are 20 questions included in this puzzle. Each question is on an individual card which can be cut out and laminated if desired.
I use this puzzle i

Self-Checking Valentine's Day Math Two Step Equations Heart Puzzle with 10 problems that is perfect way to incorporate math in a Valentine's Day math activity.
This product includes the following:
-Student copy of jumbled puzzle pieces
-Student Answer Recording Sheet (2 per sheet)
-Answer Key
No

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This puzzle is a great, engaging way for students to practice solving two-step equations! Students can cut out their own puzzles (unless you choose to do so beforehand), as they are already jumbled! You may choose to have students work in groups, partners, or individually.
Print on colored paper an

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Give this hands-on activity a try for a fun way to practice solving quadratic equations with rational, irrational, and non-real roots. Students will practice factoring, finding a greatest common factor, solving with square roots and the quadratic formula. Students should recognize that a negative di

This puzzle is a fun way for students to review solving one-step equations with integers. Students cut out each piece and match the equation with its solution. They can then color the design and glue it in their math notebook.
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Students will practice solving two-step equations and then match the answers to the puzzle at the bottom of the page to find the answer to the question: "Why do horses wear shoes?"

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In this acitivty, students will match a 2-step equation with its solution.
Students line up puzzle pieces to form a 3X3 Grid. There is only one correct answer, and this puzzle can really stump students! I have also provided an answer document where students can complete this activity as a worksheet

This worksheet is great for reinforcing one step equations. Students will be engaged and have fun as they complete the worksheet that will reveal a hidden picture. As students solve each problem they will be given a clue of what to draw in a grid to reveal a surprise picture. If the completed pictu

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Perfect for interactive student notebooks, this activity will appeal to hands-on learners as they solve one step equations. It will also encourage students to use their number sense as a strategy for solving the equations.

Add fun and function to your Balanced Equation lessons! These puzzles are perfect for math centers or early finishers! There are so many ways to differentiate these puzzles! These puzzles are low PREP--Just print, laminate, and cut!
In this bundle, you will receive ALL THREE SETS of the Balanced Equ

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This activity helps students practice rewriting linear equations in slope-intercept form to identify the slope and y-intercept.
It’s best if students work in small groups or in pairs. Even if you are having each student work on their own sheet individually, they can still sit together and work on c

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This activity involves students answering two-step equations then shading in boxes that include a correct answer. Once all questions have been answered, the answer to the riddle will appear. Answers to the equations and riddle are included on the second page.

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Students will cut apart 16 squares and piece them back together based on the problems and answers on the squares.

Using the Square Root Method to Solve Quadratic Equations Puzzles:
***This resource includes 2 puzzles on solving quadratic equations. Each page has 8 equations for students to solve. Page A has simple equations. Page B has more difficult equations.
There are multiple ways to use these pages. They

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