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Students begin on one problem and find the answer on another, continuing until they have completed a circuit.
Problems include solving literal equations for a variable. Most equations are to be solved for y, with some multi-variable equations.
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This activity is a fun way for students to practice their skills at solving literal equations. Students can work individually, in pairs or in groups (your choice). I recommend printing/copying the activity onto colored paper. Students will cut out all of the squares and solve each problem located

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A fun way for kids to practice manipulating one-step equations.
Fold papers and randomly put them around the room.
Students look at the bottom first (they can start at any paper). It gives them a problem. They solve it.
The answer is on the top of a different paper. They go to that and write

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This NO-PREP resource is perfect for keeping your students engaged while practicing solving literal equations.
In this activity, students will solve literal equations to complete the scavenger hunt. All of the equations use the same variables, so that the solutions are not given away.
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This activity includes 10 Scavenger Hunt pages with various problems in which students solve for a variable. Also included is an answer key and student answer sheet. Due to the nature of the problems in this scavenger hunt students will have to solve and choose the correct answer to follow the corre

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Literal Equations Scavenger Hunt {Can be Solved in 2 to 3 Steps} Activity
This activity is an excellent way to mix rigor and fun in algebra! Students will enjoy practicing their skills on solving literal equations as they interact with their peers.
Note to teachers: To discourage students from si

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This scavenger hunt involves solving standard form equations for y. It gives 10 problems for the students to rotate around the room and solve, with a puzzle at the end.

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This activity is designed to promote the learning of literal equations. Use as a class activity or formal assessment.

Students travel to stations practicing solving literal equations with multiple variables.

Around the room activity for solving literal equations

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I use relays to review a lot of different subjects in my Algebra 1 classes. This one reviews solving equations with absolute values. (I have a separate Scavenger Hunt for solving inequalities with absolute values.) This would review part of section 3.6 of the Prentice Hall CA Algebra 1 textbook.

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This is a 16 Task Card Scavenger Hunt involving Linear Equations, Literal Equations, and Absolute-Value Equations.
Students will pick a card to start with and find their answer on another task card. They continue the process working their way through all 16 cards. This activity is great for self-c

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This activity includes questions about different types of equations: One Step, Two Step, MultiStep, Absolute Value, and Literal Equations. The questions are on the bottom part of the pages, the answers are on the tops of different pages. Students can start anywhere. Once they solve the problem, they

This folder contains nine different files. There are guided notes and homework assignments for one step equations, two step equations, multi-step equations and literal equations. There is also a scavenger hunt activity to review two step equations. Each of these items are available for purchase in m

Get students out of their seats and solving literal equations with this interactive scavenger hunt. Students will practice solving for the indicated variable. Half of the expressions involve a, b, c, d and the other half involve w, x, y, z. The equations are close enough that students need to car

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A scavenger hunt is a more engaging and mobile alternative to just giving the students a worksheet. Scavenger Hunts (Sometimes called Solve the Room) are a great way to reach kinesthetic learners and allow students to collaborate with their peers!
The topic of this Scavenger Hunt is rewriting form

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Everyone loves a scavenger hunt! There are 12 stations in this activity for Algebra 2 Honors or PreCalculus students. It’s such a great way to get your students up and moving around the room or hallway. Students must work with precision in order to avoid pitfalls. If they hurry through the stations

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Also included in: Algebra 2: Expressions Equations and Inequalities Bundle

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This circuit worksheet consists of 3 parts:
Part 1: Write an algebraic expression to represent the given verbal expression (10 questions)
Part 2: Solve linear equations involving fractions (16 questions)
Part 3: Solve literal equations for a specified variable (10 questions)
This is a great review

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6 Complete lessons including daily lesson plans, spiraled warm ups, foldable notes, interactive notebook notes, practice, and exit ticket for all 6 lessons, Bonus of 4 activities. The cost to purchase each individual product would be $20.50. Lesson plans are editable.
6 Complete lessons:
Solving Tw

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Your students will beg for more circuits after they work just one. This circuit starts easy with a two-step equation, but builds from there and includes distributing, combining like terms, variable on both sides, some decimals and fractions as coefficients, and even a few literal equations at the e

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