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This is a student tested activity. Solving systems of equations with substitution can seem so abstract to students. The visual part of the activity has students actually cutting out the part that is substituted! I have taught this concept for 10+ years and this has to be the best way I have found

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Introduce solving systems of equations using the substitution method with this bundle of goodies!
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- PowerPoint Presentation (20 animated slides)
Use this to accompany discussion and note-taking.
- Notes (multiple formats/options both foldable and traditional included)
This is a very vers

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Do you need a fun way for students to practice solving systems of equation using substitution with minimal prep? The Systems of Equations with Substitution Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this activity, students use the answer to one problem to find a

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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

This lesson is meant to be used as guided notes for an entire class. In this lesson, the substitution method is taught in two parts. In the first part, students are introduced to the concept of substitution and only solve systems requiring basic substitution (no distributing). In the second part, st

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In order to introduce solving systems by substitution, we did these guided notes and practice activity. First, I introduced three new vocab words and the procedure. Then we did a guided example, a partner example, and worked on independent Tic-Tac-Toe Practice. in my classroom the first to get done

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Attached are 2 warm ups for Systems of Equations using the Substitution Method.
I used these in class on day 1 and day 2 of teaching the substitution method. Day 1 is meant to introduce the concept based on prior knowledge, and day 2 is meant to build off of the substitution method lesson from t

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The first page has four problems with space to do guided practice problems after you have introduced solving systems of equations with notes. I would typically do two of these as guided practice and two in partners or independently. Then on the back page there is the framework for one of my students

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Powerpoint presentation introducing solving systems of linear equations using the substitution method. Multiple examples to use for scaffolded notes.

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This foldable can be used as notes to introduce solving systems of equations by substitution method to the students. Foldables are a great way to get your students organized and engaged in the lesson. Once the students are done with their note taking they can simply glue it into their interactive no

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These guided notes are great for introducing systems of equations by substitution. The key has all problems worked out and fully filled in.

When students are first introduced to this concept it is incredibly overwhelming. I've used this "cheat sheet" with my students to help them understand what each step we write in their notes means. When they work on independent practice, then have a colorful visual to refer to if they get stuck on

Solving Systems of Equations can be an intense and difficult concept for some to learn and others it comes naturally and easy for. These notes give you options! There are 10 versions that can be tailored to you and your students. There are two cover sheets, 4 note pages and 1 blank note page. The no

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This foldable is divided into the three methods for solving systems of equations through:
- Graphing
- Substitution
- Elimination
This is a nice way to wrap up the unit. Students are able to see the process for solving using each of the methods. There is one (fairly simple) example under each ta

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Systems of equations is an algebra topic that lends itself to the "chalk and talk" method of teaching. Students pay better attention when kept on their toes, and this mini book does that by adding diversity to your typical instruction.
The contents demonstrate three methods of finding a solution

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Fill-in notes to introduce students to solving systems of linear equations by graphing, substitution, and elimination. Full page of practice for each skill. Answer key included.
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This foldable organizes the step-by-step process for solving linear systems using substitution, as well as 3 thought out examples.
This is PERFECT for interactive notebooks! It may be used to introduce the lesson, reinforce the lesson, as an exit ticket, or even homework assignment.
You may als

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This worksheet pack contains 6 individual worksheets that introduce systems of equations. Each worksheet has its own QR code, which is a bar code that links directly to a webpage or online location. You (and your students) can scan the bar code using a smartphone or electronic reader.
The workshe

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In this hands-on activity, students will be introduced to the substitution method as they literally substitute (pick up and replace) expressions cards to solve systems of linear equations. A work page is included for students to record their new equations and show their work. There are 5 systems tha

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This packet was designed to help implement interactive notebook activities in the Algebra 1 classroom. The following topics are presented in the scaffolded notes which can be added to math journals:
What is a System of Equations?
How do you Solve a System of Equations by Graphing?
Canceling Out One

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These visual brain teasers are a great way to introduce your students to solving systems of equations with substitution or elimination. There are two formats to choose from: print out and use as task cards (great for stations or small group activities!) or use the full-screen images to display one

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This animated powerpoint presentation is intended to introduce the method of solving systems of linear equations using the substitution method.
The presentation starts by showing how some systems are difficult to solve by graphing when the y-intercept isn't a whole number.
The next several slide

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Systems of Equations Graphing
The 8-page lesson is great way to introduce your students to solving linear systems by using graphs, tables, and substitution (i.e the equals method). The lesson opens up with a problem scenario in which students need to figure out when two plants will be the same heig

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A fun filled bundle of great activities for Systems of Equations including; notes, a game, scavenger hunt, coloring, partner activity and a self directed activity! Activities are broken down with Systems of Equations notes to individual activities that practice graphing, substitution and elimination

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