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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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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.

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

This can be done independently or with a partner. Teachers will need to spend some time cutting out the shapes in order to complete this, but it should not be difficult. It could be done as a station, so you wouldn't have to cut out many. Also, as long as the students do not write on the shapes,

The games consists of squares that have both questions and answers on their four sides. Students cut them out and then work as team to match up the questions to the answers in an attempt to reconstruct the grid (3 levels of dificulty included).
Questions are one-step linear equations with both posi

This equations puzzle contains one and two step equations, including equations with rational coefficients.Students solve equations and match their solutions to corresponding sides of other puzzle pieces. Once they have solved all equations correctly and matched the pieces the puzzle will form a new

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Students work in partners or small groups to solve a puzzle with one-step equations. This is a fun, hands-on way to review or practice solving one-step equations. There are four types of equations: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. The activity is designed fo

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Active classroom activity by Blue Mountain MathSet includes 4 different cut and paste puzzles which students cut apart and reassemble--matching one step equation on one side to a solution on another piece. Two different levels of puzzle included. The easy level has borders which are blank, while t

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A math puzzle for two step equations! Match the equations with their correct solution. Teacher key included.

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Two Step Equations - Math Puzzles.
Package contains 10 matching puzzles. Each puzzle has a version without the edge questions.
Math Matcher Puzzles are an exciting and engaging way for your students to practice a variety of concepts while developing their critical thinking and problem solving skill

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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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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 activity is meant to help students change forms of linear equations. I created this puzzle to help students see the relationship between standard form of an equation, slope-intercept, point- slope, a graph, a table, and the slope and y-intercept. This is a great activity to do after teaching al

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Three Math Interactive Puzzles (Drag & Drop) with Google Slides®.
Math Matching Puzzles are an exciting and engaging way for your students to practice a variety of concepts while developing their critical thinking and problem solving skills.
- Students need to Drag & Drop all 9 puzzle pie

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This engaging Equations puzzle is made up of 31 MULTI STEP equation problems. The variables are on either side of the equation and the answers are integers.
The downloaded worksheet does not include the colorful border. Click on the preview to see a few examples. The completed puzzle takes up mos

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This engaging Equations puzzle is made up of 31 MULTI STEP equation problems. The variables are on the left side of the equation and the answers are integers.
The downloaded worksheet does not include the colorful border. Click on the preview to see a few examples. The completed puzzle takes up m

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This engaging Equations puzzle is made up of 31 MULTI STEP equation problems. The variables are on Both sides of the equation and the answers are integers.
The downloaded worksheet does not include the colorful border. Click on the preview to see a few examples. The completed puzzle takes up most

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This engaging "System of Equations" puzzle is made up of 31 system of equation problems.
The downloaded worksheet does not include the colorful border. Click on the preview to see a few examples. The completed puzzle takes up most of a letter sized paper.
Cut along the lines to create puzzle pie

Have your students practice writing linear equations with this puzzle activity instead of a boring worksheet! Each puzzle piece has a question on writing linear equations. Starting with the piece that says "start here", students will write a linear equation for the line described, and go on to the n

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This engaging puzzle is made up for 30 Absolute Value Equations comprising of one or two operations inside the absolute value.
The downloaded worksheet does not include the colorful border. Click on the preview to see a few examples. The completed puzzle takes up most of a letter sized paper.
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This engaging "System of Equations" puzzle is made up of 31 system of equation problems.
The downloaded worksheet does not include the colorful border. Click on the preview to see a few examples. The completed puzzle takes up most of a letter sized paper.
Cut along the lines to create puzzle pie

This activity has been wildly successful in my classroom with my 7th and 8th grade students. There are several equations with individual tiles to show the steps to solve each equation. Every tile must be used for the puzzle--if students have left over pieces, they know to correct a mistake; if stu

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This puzzle is a great way for students to self-check as they are working with multi-step equations. Answer key is provided. Students will cut apart the cards on the first page, then rearrange them onto the empty grid provided on the second page. There is only one correct way for this puzzle to be p

Students love practicing solving systems of equations with the puzzle activity instead of your standard worksheet! Each puzzle piece has a question on systems of equations, where students need to solve using graphing, substitution, or elimination. Starting with the piece that says "start here", stud

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