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Students solve 3 one-step equations and 9 two-step equations and color the wreath of leaves according to a table. This is a good activity to leave for a substitute!
One and Two-Step Fall Coloring Activity by Suzie's Angle is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives

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Color-An-Equation with a fall theme, multi-step equations that include distributive property and simplifying.
Fun Fall/Thanksgiving activity to use with students without losing time. This provides valuable practice to students with solving equations.
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-10 multi-step equations
-coloring sh

This is a wonderful review activity before a quiz or test on adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing polynomials. Students simplify the various questions and then find their answer on the coloring page. Students will then color the leaves of a tree various colors depending on their answer.

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Your students will love this fall coloring sheet for estimating square roots to the nearest tenth.

This is a set of 20 fall-colored burlap task cards. The scavenger hunt consists of 12 cards and 8 free bonus cards are included that contain more challenging order of operation problems for students who finish the scavenger hunt early. This activity gets your students out of their seat and engaged

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Help your students practice solving literal equations in a fun, self-checking coloring activity that is perfect for fall and Halloween! This product includes 12 self-checking problems that instruct students how to color ("carve") their pumpkins. This is perfect for an Algebra 1 or Algebra 2 class.

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Students will solve 15 systems of equations by graphing. Then, they will color the design by the colors listed next to their solutions!
Introduce pop art and practice an Algebra skill!
Even my high schooler's like this activity. They refer to it as, "Color Therapy!"
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This Fall pattern unit is aligned with the extra Kansas Mathematics Additions to the Common Core Standards (Algebraic Patterning). I use these pages after I teach a pattern. The kids love that I give them the opportunity to "create" their own patterns with the colors that they choose.
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Students will solve 15 equations with variables on both sides. Then, they will color the design by the colors listed next to their solutions!
There are two versions. Both versions have the same problems. However, one version has space for students to show their work and the other requires studen

This is an alternative to a regular exponent worksheet. Students will solve the problems in the picture and color the section the appropriate color. This is great for a time filler, sub plans, Halloween or Fall math activity, or as an alternate worksheet. Exponent problems are appropriate for the 8t

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Get students into the Fall Spirit with this Halloween themed coloring page.
Students will read each pair of numbers and determine a common factor. Great practice for CCSS 4.OA.4
CCSS 4.OA.4 Find all factor pairs for a whole number in the range 1-100.
I can recognize a common factor of two num

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Students will simplify algebraic expressions by first substituting and then using the order of operations. Then, they will color the design by the colors listed next to their solutions!
#1 - 10 requires three operations
#11 - 15 requires four operations
Introduce pop art and practice an Algebra s

Research is showing coloring in the classroom activates the brain!
Students will solve 15 systems of equations using substitution. Then, they will color the design by the colors listed next to their solutions!
￼#1-3arealliny=mx+bform
#4-6 have one equation in y = mx + b form
#7-9 have an x or y

Students will solve 15 two-step equations with variables on the left side. All four operations are required. Then, they will color the design by the colors listed next to their solutions!Even my high schooler's like this activity. They refer to it as, "Color Therapy!"Please email me atfallinlovew

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Also included in: Solving 2-Step Equations Activity Bundle!

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Students will reduce radicals into simplified radical form. Their answers will be used to color a fall-themed cartoon.

Research is showing coloring in the classroom activates the brain!
Students will solve equations where square roots are required to solve. Then, they will color the design by the colors listed next to their solutions!
Even my high schooler's like this activity. They refer to it as, "Color Therapy!

Research is showing coloring in the classroom activates the brain!
Given the center and the radius of a circle, students will write the equation of the circle. Then, they will color the design based on their solutions.
Introduce pop art and practice an Algebra & Geometry skill!
Even my high

This contains a practice page for students to solve various proportions. There also is an interactive coloring page for students to self-check their work. (Two coloring pages are included: one for fall and one with a Star Wars theme.)
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Students will find their answer t

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In this activity, students will use the triangle exterior angle theorem to solve problems.
#1 - 3 are simply numeric.
#4 - 9 require algebra to solve for x.
#10 - 15 require algebra for first solve for x, and
then find the missing angle measure.
Then, they will color the design by the colors list

Research is showing coloring in the classroom activates the brain!
Students will solve 2-Step Equations involving fractions and decimals. Then, they will color the design by the colors listed next to their solutions!
Even my high schooler's like this activity. They refer to it as, "Color Therapy!

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Also included in: Solving 2-Step Equations Activity Bundle!

This activity is a color by number that requires students to solve 5 two-step inequalities and 5 two-step equations, both with only one variable. The student then matches each inequality and equation to the correct answer that is associated with a color, and that's how students know which number and

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A fun way to practice using the Pythagorean Theorem and its converse. Students will solve problems and then color a fall picture. Students will solve word problems and choose from multiple choice answers.
-finding side a, b or c using the Pythagorean Theorem
-us the converse to determine if a tria

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In this activity, students will solve systems of equations using elimination.
There is a total of 15 problems. All problems require addition or subtraction only. Some problems require the re-arranging of terms.
Then, they will color the design by the colors listed next to their solutions!
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Celebrate FALL by solving two-step equations and coloring! This is perfect for students who are just learning/needing practice, or for a review of solving equations!
Answer Key:
1. 8 (red)
2. 6 (orange)
3. 7 (yellow)
4. 11 (light green)
5. -6 (dark green)
6. 0 (light blue)
7. -4 (dark blue)
8. 12 (

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