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Have students practice one-step equations while they play Step Out! This is a two player game and students will need playing pieces (my students usually used two-sided red and yellow chips) and one die.
Students roll the die and move forward that many spaces. They then solve the one-step equation.

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Practice solving one-step addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division equations with integers with these fun mystery letter team relays!
Each relay has students work in groups of 4 to solve various 1-step equations. Each student will need to use the previous student's answer in order to so

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Use this 3 page document for various assingments. It could serve as a quiz, a review sheet, or even a test. The questions are primarily based on one step equations and integers. Includes a plethora of word problems, as well as grid in response questions!

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My husband has taught middle school math and algebra for the past six years. Even though this site provides English Language Arts activities, units, and sub plans, I have convinced him to start creating!
This is the second worksheet posting for Mr. Adams: Adding and Subtracting One Step Equations

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ONE STEP EQUATIONS WITH INTEGERS THANKSGIVING DAY puzzle review. Students solve 16 ONE STEP EQUATION math problems and match them up with appropriate letter. Solve-cut and paste puzzle. This packet includes 3 different THANKSGIVING puzzle drawings.
Material needed:
Scissors and glue.
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These 24 task cards are a great practice or review of one step equations with integers! My students love completing a scavenger hunt to solve the problems.

This set includes 20 task cards on one-step equations with integers and a recording sheet with answer key.
Perfect for math centers or independent work.
Minimal prep (only cutting). Laminate for extended use!

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Students that have never worked in your class will be engaged with these worksheets because they will experience success and learn the standard. these 20 pages include a very narrow learning objective on each page with a step by step instructional plan. Each page builds upon the previous to make sur

Scoot is a game that can be played in two ways: either the cards or the students scoot.
Student Scoot: place the cards around the room and students wander until they’ve
found and answered all of the problems.
Card Scoot: students sit at their desks and pass the cards around in a clockwise circ

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This 2 page 28 problem worksheet requires students to solve one step equations with integers.
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A great activity for students to practice or review one step equations with integers. These questions also include problems with decimals and fractions. This puzzle also includes an organized answer sheet for students to record their work on every letter box. Enjoy!

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I created this puzzle to help my students have a hands-on experience at strengthening their skills on one step equations. My students really enjoyed this activity! Includes 18 puzzle pieces with positive and negative integers.
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Have students cut out the puzzle pieces on page 2, and the

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This activity has 40 one-step equations for students to solve. This activity includes one- step equations of all four operations. This activity is great for students to practice once they have had a lesson on solving all four operations. This would also be great for students to use as flash cards

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Scavenger Hunt: 1 Step Equations with Integers, Fractions, and Decimals
-16 Questions. Takes about 30 - 45 Minutes.
-Can be done individually, in partners, and in groups.
-Great to get students up and moving around the room!
-This activity is self-checking, so it frees the teacher up to help

One-step Equations with Integers NO. 2
Practice Set of 14 Problems
Answers are worked out step by step at the end of set.
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The Problem:
14. 41k = -2747
Solve for k.
The Answer:
41k = -2747
41k ÷ 41 = -2747

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This worksheet is great for reinforcing one step equations with integers. Great for substitute work or for independent practice.
Students will enjoy drawing the picture into the grid and seeing the image appear as they get all the answers correct.
I recommend to have students show work on a separa

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Students will practice solving 1-step equations with integers on this self-checking coloring worksheet. Answer key provided.
Don't forget to earn TPT credits towards FREE products when you leave feedback! :)

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One-step Equations with Integers NO. 1
Practice Set of 14 Problems
Answers are worked out step by step at the end of set.
SAMPLE:
The Problem:
x – 11 = 16
Solve for x.
The Answer (from the answer section at the end of the worksheet):

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Students will practice solving one-step equations with this fun matching activity! Students will cut apart 20 cards, solve each equation, and make matching sets of cards that have the same solution.
The equations include both positive and negative numbers and fractional coefficients. Please view t

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Students solve one step equations involving integers using inverse operations.

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Get your students engaged and moving while solving one step equation problems. One Step Equations Trashketball is a competitive and motivating math game that involves students solving one-step equations (no integer calculations involved) and shooting baskets. There are 5 rounds in this game with 5 q

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This collection of 4 mazes is an opportunity for students to practice solving simple one step equations. This resource can used as partner work, a game, a small group activity, for fast finishers, or for a whole class activity. In each of 4 games students will get to solve 12 one step equations. T

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Do you need a fun way for students to practice solving equations with minimal prep? The One-Step Equations Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find another problem hanging around the classroom. Students

This activity is a great way to review solving one step equations!
Students will solve fifteen one step equations involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Only positive integers are included in this lesson.
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Make your lesson more interesting with this Color by Number activity!
Students will solve one step equations involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of positive and negative integers.
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Here are some great follow-ups:
Partner Power: One Step Equ

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Want a new, exciting way to practice solving one-step equations?? Try Kaboom!!! This is a game for the whole class. Teams compete against each other to solve one-step equations. You may get lucky and get to double your points, but be carefulÃ¢ï¿½Â¦you could lose all your points!! This game is f

Solving One-Step Equations: Multiplication and Division Game/Station by Miss Middle School Teacher
This is a great station or activity for students to practice solving one-step multiplication and division equations. All you need are some dice and something to use for playing pieces! This product in

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Updated 1/13/17: Looking for one step equation notes with NO NEGATIVE INTEGERS?? This product now includes the same notes/practice pages WITH negatives and WITHOUT!
Six half-sheets (with positive and negative integers) for students who are learning or reviewing solving one-step equations. Half

Color by Number activities are always a hit!
In this activity students will solve one step equations involving multiplication and division of positive integers.
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Here are some great follow-ups:
Partner Power: One Step Equations with Addition and Subtraction
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This is a fun way to practice one step equations in many different form. This resource can used as partner work, a game, a small group activity, for fast finishers, or for a whole class activity. Students will enjoy playing tic tac toe and forget they are practicing solving one step equations. Ther

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Write and solve one-step equations from real world word problem solving scenarios. Thirty-two rigorous task cards have students practice writing and solving one-step equations with a variety of numbers: integers, fractions, and decimals. The numbers have been selected so that students must use the

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Solving equations can be a tricky concept, but it is a vastly important skill in math, especially as students progress in their mathematical education. When your students have had it with worksheets, give them the practice they need with a little added fun! They'll love it!
There are 24 questio

Save time from having to create with these ready to go set of 5 Memory games. These memory games will add a little competitive fun while learning to solve equations. Students play a classic game of memory only with these they have to solve a problem then find a matching answer. It can also be use

Students will enjoy practicing equation solving with this color by number activity!
This activity focuses on solving one step equations involving multiplication and division with positive and negative integers.
CCSS 6.EE
CCSS 7.EE
CCSS 8.EE
Here are some great follow-ups:
Partner Power: One Step

Partner Power activities are nice because each student solves a different set of problems and must do his/her own work, but when the partners compare answers they should be the same. This helps students build confidence as they verify correct solutions, identify errors, and correct their work. Dis

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This foldable provides students with organized notes & practice problems for solving one- step equations using whole numbers (integers not included). The tabs are organized as follows:
• Using Subtraction
• Using Addition
• Using Division
• Using Multiplication
Under each tab, students will w

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This is the best 1-Step Equation War card game available on TpT! You get 64 cards!
This product is the best, because of the variety of 1-step, whole number equations available for you, all in printable sheets. You don't have to purchase or alter real playing cards. The game doesn't get stale, becau

Solve Equations (One-Step Add/Subtract): Candy Jar Game/Math Center by Miss Middle School Teacher
This is a great station or game for students to practice solving one-step equations with addition and subtraction. All you need are some dice and some plastic cups for "candy jars"! This product includ

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This file includes:
-4 word problems requiring students to select and solve the equation that represents the given word problem.
-1 word problem requiring students to match a given equation with the table that contains values that fit the equation.
PLUS SPIRAL REVIEW
-1 integer operation word pro

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In this activity, students will solve one-step equations. This ladder activity is a great alternative to a worksheet. Students will cut the problems apart along the lines and work the card labeled "Start" and find their answer on the top of another card. They tape their cards together until a cha

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This sheet was designed to allow students to practice solving one-step equations with multiplication and division while using Versatiles. There are twelve problems to solve - but no negative numbers (integers), and then they will color in an answer pattern on the worksheet. The document includes a p

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Have students practice solving two-step equations while they play Double Step!
This is a two player game and students will need playing pieces (my students usually used two-sided red and yellow chips) and one die.
Students roll the die and move forward that many spaces. They then solve the two-st

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This puzzle is a fun way for students to practice solving one-step equations. Students cut out puzzle pieces, solve each equation, and match the equation to its solution. They can then color the pieces and glue the completed puzzle in their math notebook. It was created for 6th grade, but 7th gra

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One-Step Equations Square Puzzles is a Digital Interactive Resource to be used with Google Slides. This resource includes teacher directions with access code, 3 slides for student practice with solving one-step equations (no integer calculations involved), and answer keys.
Slides Include 1 of Each:

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This is a scavenger hunt I used with my 6th grade students to review one-step equations using addition, subtraction, multipication and division. There are 20 equations total - 5 of each operation. All answers are positive integers!
Students can start at any equation. They must solve the equation at

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Print these cards out, cut and laminate to make a lasting center to review solving one-step equations. Store in a zip-lock bag or your favorite container. Students should match equations with solutions. 13 cards include 16 equations to be solved. Equations include whole numbers, fractions and decima

Algebra that Functions
One-Step Equations Practice
My Equations with One-step Equations Practice product has a total of 50 equations with no prep required by you! These one-step equations are perfect for giving your students the practice they need to master solving one-step equations. They ar

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This matching game set includes 3 different sets of cards (20 cards per set - 10 question cards and 10 answers cards) with one step equations. One set includes only positive numbers, another set includes positive and negative integers, and the third set includes decimal numbers to the hundredths pl

These worksheets were used in a 6th grade and 7th grade Pre-Algebra class. These could also be used in a Algebra class to review basic concepts.
Each worksheet has 8 problems and space to solve them. Instead of using a variable, I replaced the variable with a Halloween clipart.
Worksheet 1 – O

This printable file includes 4 pages of error analysis problems with their answer keys. It has integers, fractions, and decimals, and covers one step equations involving addition, multiplication, subtraction, and division. It can be used as a station activity, 4 days worth of warmup/closing activiti

Partner Power activities are nice because each student solves a different set of problems and must do his/her own work, but when the partners compare answers they should be the same. This helps students build confidence as they verify correct solutions, identify errors, and correct their work. Discu

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The following worksheet is a 5x5 magic square that consists of one-step equations. Students are required to use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to solve the equations. When completed, each row and column will add up to the number 65. I have found in my classroom that students

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