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This 18- question, triangle- shaped puzzle provides students with practice evaluating expressions, given values for a set of variables. (Note: exponents & integers are included) You will receive: • 2 pages worth of puzzle pieces • student recording sheet • answer key • directions & photo o
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Bring to life the traditional practice class or homework assignment with some global competency and diversity! While your students practice evaluating expressions -- they can learn about the poetic life of African singer/songwriter Angelique Kidjo! Person Puzzles are designed to highlight individua
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A play on the Choose Your Own Adventure books of your childhood, a Choose Your Own Adventure assignment allows students choice of which problems they practice. After each problem they receive a clue about the mystery country they are exploring. By the end, hopefully they will have enough pieces of t
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Included are two activities for practice with algebraic expressions. The first activity is a "Math Squares" game where squares are cut out of a puzzle and students must evaluate the expressions to put the puzzle back together. My 8th grade class found this puzzle challenging. It took students mor
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Challenging Crossword puzzle for evaluating expressions with integers, exponents, and order of operations. Make sure "Actual Size" is checked in the print dialogue box when printing, otherwise, the printer might shrink the worksheet. All the problems in the puzzle are listed below. Evaluate: 6 – 5y
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This geometric design puzzle is a fun way for students to review evaluating algebraic expressions. There are 18 problems, with and without exponents, to help them review this skill. Students cut out each shape and match the expression to its solution to form a geometric design. The completed puzz
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About this resource The puzzle sheet requires students to practice their evaluating skills through substitution in order to fit puzzle pieces together. Because the expressions only involve positive integers this activity would be a great introduction to evaluating expressions. Both black & whi
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Evaluating expression with exponents, integers, and order of operations. All answers to be written as words with no space in between. Make sure that "Actual Size" is checked in the print dialogue box when printing, otherwise the printer might shrink the worksheet. For similar practice, please refer
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Practice evaluating algebraic expressions with one variable (no exponents) with this mini math pack of activities. This pack includes a Google Slides version as well as a black & white printable version to meet all of your learners needs. These math activities are great for math centers/math sta
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Also included in: Algebra Math Activities Bundle Puzzles and Riddles

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Using substitution (or equation, plug, and chug) to evaluate expressions for specific values of variables is an essential pre-algebra skill. Here students will evaluate expressions for the given values and match those expressions up with their solutions to create this 4x4 puzzle. This puzzle uses
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Evaluating Expressions – Math puzzle I’ve included three different sizes of the same puzzle. The smaller size is only three pages and is great if you are going to print of individual copies for students to practice in class or at home. The larger size requires 8 pieces of paper and quite a bit of
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EVALUATING Numeric Expressions - a tarsia or jigsaw puzzle All math students need to be able use the order of operations to evaluate numeric expressions. This is a great activity to help them practice that skill. This resource is useful in stations, assigned as an individual challenge, or with an i
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Sixteen problems for evaluating expressions with exponents and order of operations. All answers to be written as words with no space in between. Below is a sample; exponents in the actual puzzle are display correctly. x^2 + y; for x=7 and y = 1 15 ÷ x • y; for x = 3 and y = 13 x^3; for x =
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This jigsaw puzzle was designed to help students with evaluating expressions dealing with inverse trig functions (including composition). The activity is designed as a puzzle sort and match. Students are given 32 puzzle pieces to match in sets of 4. Each set will have 3 expressions (some have 1 co
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This Evaluating the Expression Task Card and NO PREP Printable Puzzle set has your students practicing problems were they evaluate the expression with a fun twist. This set comes with 8 task cards in color, 8 task cards in black and white, and a recording that can be used as a NO PREP Printable shee
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This is a great activity to do in groups. Each turkey has a body and 16 feathers with evaluating expressions (plugging in numbers for variables and following the order of operations - includes integers and absolute value). Students will solve the problems, cut out the feathers, and attach them to
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This highly engaging activity is a great resource to use to reinforce a lesson on evaluating algebraic expressions! ★What's Included:★ • A 9 piece triangle puzzle activity. ★Instructions:★ Students will cut out the puzzle pieces, match each expression to the correct solution once it has been eva
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Great for test prep, math centers, sub-plan activity, summer practice activity, or just a fun review of math skills. This highly engaging activity is a great resource to use to reinforce a lesson on evaluating numeric expressions (order of operations!) ★What's Included:★ * A 9 piece puzzle page wi
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Your students will love this snowman holiday wreath. They will practice eight problems evaluating algebraic expressions. Attaching each piece to the next piece with the correct answer makes a wreath. All my favorite things - self-checking, colorful, and wall-worthy! So cute to hang for Christmas
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Excited to try doodle notes but need a product that will fit inside your interactive notebooks? Then Doodle 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 Doodle Note Brochures combine
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This 21- question puzzle provides students with practice applying the order of operations to evaluate numerical expressions. • #1-9: Basic order of operations- parentheses, multiplication/ division, addition/ subtraction • #10-21: These include multiple grouping symbols PERFECT to use as a quiz/
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Your notes for Evaluation Expressions Substitution is sorted! Great to supplement your lesson or serve as a lesson for a substitute teacher. This page can be cut out and pasted into their books. Beautiful Black and White graphics for easy printing. Includes notes plus practice questions. Check o
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Tired of boring Algebra! Try something different with this Substitution puzzle! Full puzzle can be previewed in the thumbnails Check out my Algebra bundled pack for a discount on this worksheet plus 5 more! Thank you for your support
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Having fun with puzzles in your classroom is so easy!! Print out the page that shows the pieces spread out. Have the students cut out the pieces. They simply match the expression in function notation with the simplification. Glue it down in your notebook, and you are done!
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