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First and second graders spend a lot of time learning about addition and subtraction. Introduce them to equivalent equations with my 35 page smart board lesson. This lesson includes: 1. Introduction pages - equal or not equal? Simple examples using pictures. 2. Instruction pages - True or False
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Help your students practice applying their knowledge of equivalent equations with my Equivalent Equations Worksheets. I use these worksheets after teaching my students about equivalent equations. This product includes the following items: Set 1 and Set 2 Worksheets - students will solve equations
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This is the perfect way to review skills and get burn some energy! Kids practice a few symmetry problems then get to do a physical activity, more practice, more exercise. They LOVE it because they get to keep getting up and move! They will do simple pirate themed exercises at their seats. Direct
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Full color matching centers for making equivalent equations. Students will practice equivalent equations for: Doubles plus 1 (5+6=5+5+1) Making 10 to subtract (15-6=15-5-1) Making 10 to add (5+8=10+3) Making 10 with three addends (6+4+9=10+9) Includes black line recording sheets! CCSS aligned to
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Equivalent Equations ~ Addition Help your students understand the meaning of the equal sign in a fun way! Included in this packet:  ~Large “True/False” sorting mats for whole group instruction  ~Pocket chart cards for introducing the concept whole group  ~Small “True/False” sorting mats for sma
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Ready to print and go! Equations, number sentence sorts Using CC standards such as: making ten doubles doubles +1 three addends add to 10, 20 subtract within 10, 20 tens and ones, making numbers using 10 mixed addition and subtraction
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Students will practice their addition skills (level 1 has 0+0 up through 5+10, and level 2 has 6+0 up through 10+10), and their subtraction skills (level 1 has 0-0 up through 10-10, and level 2 has 11-0 up through 20-20) with these games. Students want to be the first person to not have any cards le
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Students will have fun learning about equivalent equations! Designed with a fun, carnival theme, these activities can be used throughout the whole year. Students will have the chance to practice basic facts up to 20, add up to 4 digits, and explain why addition/subtraction strategies work. This pr
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These cards help students have fun as they manipulate linear equations to write equivalent equations (CCSS 8.EE.7) The "8E" in the title stands for Grade 8, expressions domain. Please see the PREVIEW, which downloads quickly.FEATURES• 36 math cards as 9 groups of four cards, one from each of four su
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This is such a tricky concept for kids! Use these activities to help practice finding a missing part to balance the given expressions. There is a focus on writing for students who can handle a challenge (explain thinking).
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This product contains 2 assessments that assess 2016 Virginia Math SOL 3.17. Each assessment contains 10 questions. The following skills are assessed: Identify and use the appropriate symbol to distinguish between expressions that are equal and expressions that are not equal Create equations to r
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Create 2 math centers using these cards! Students will define equal equations AND will evaluate equations as True or False.
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I find my Algebra students very comfortable with slope intercept form for equations of lines. Many students will take a standard form equation and convert it into slope intercept form to graph the line. When we get to linear programming, all of the constraints are typically in standard form. I en
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Students will match popcorn problems to the popcorn box with the correct answer then write the equivalent equation problems on the record sheet. I've included popcorn counters if needed and an answer key for self checking.
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Help students understand equivalent equations using these task cards. Students can do a scoot, match with a partner, or play a memory-style game using these cards where they look for cards that have a matching sum, product, or difference. Included are cards with addition, multiplication, and subtrac
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Students need to fill in the blank with the correct number to balance the equation. The missing numbers are on both sides of the equation.10 problems are on each page.
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This presentation will walk your class through the definition of the equal sign and then explain WHY we can write equations on both sides of the equal sign. For example, 2+2=1+3. Celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday and still do math with this vibrant, fun lesson. Some fonts may not appear correct if you d
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This resource starts with simple problems that equal the same answer. It also includes math statements that are true or false, and a few pages of multiple ways to express a single number. This set includes: 5 sets of counter cards (1-20) 32 worksheets 6 clipboard jobs (1-10) 2 folder jobs
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Included:2 Student Response Page for Practice or Assessment9 Full Page Slides with Picture Representation of Equations for Students to Construct16 Candy Jar True of False Expression Cards23 Candy Corn Comparing Expression Cards54 Candy Corn Expression CardsTeachers could project or print the full pa
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Included in this document are 3 exercises with answer keys. Students will practice matching equivalent equations. An example of a match would be x + y = 4 and 2x + 2y = 8. This would be an excellent prep for solving systems of equations by elimination/linear combination. Exercises are provided
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File includes total mats for numbers 1 - 20, and 330 addition and subtraction equation cards for sorting.
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What do you call half of a large intestine? Student can solve this riddle by matching up the equivalent equations. Students use their knowledge of how to solve multiple step problems to find two matching equations. This activity is perfect for: *Skill practice after a lesson *Test Review *A fun
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Included: 12 Equivalent Equation Sets with the Sum of 10 3 Equivalent Equation Sets with the Sum of 12 3 Equivalent Equation Sets with the Sum of 14 2 Equivalent Equation Sets with the Sum of 15 3 Equivalent Equation Sets with the Sum of 20 3 Equivalent Equation Sets to create your own set 20
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Help your students see structure in expressions, understand the concept of equivalent equations and improve their equation solving skills – all with one simple activity. The materials for the activity are simple: 25 cards with equations written on them. The cards can be arranged into five sets of fi
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