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Order of Operations, Evaluating Expressions, One-Step Equations ReviewThis activity is called "A Rolling Review" because students are paired up and use two dice to select the problems they will be solving from the board. Directions are as follows:-Partner A rolls the two dice. Find the two squares

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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class! Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single content topics as opposed to units and will focus more on skill building than application. Every day can't be a project day, so Whod

One Step Equations Color by Number Coloring Page No NegativesDesigned specifically for 6th Grade 6.EE.B.7This product contains 20 problems practicing one step equations and is a perfect end of the year activity. Color by numbers are self-checking and a fun way to practice math concepts. This produ

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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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One-Step Equations Koosh Ball GameThis PowerPoint Koosh Ball game is an interactive way to practice solving one-step equations. Students use a koosh ball to throw at the board. Once an equation comes up, everyone must solve. If answered correctly, they get the points, if not, I move on to another

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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This is a fun activity that has 20 one-step equation problems. The answers are in a diagram that will correspond with the answers from the questions. You will have to color them in to reveal a word. Great practice, or fun homework. Includes answer key!

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This product has students practice solving one step equations. It is a wonderful activity that incorporates fun into the classroom! Use it as a quick assessment tool, a homework assignment, or even something for the kids to do after a test.
The best part? It is editable! Cha

One-Step Equations {Holiday Theme FREEBIE}: Math Lib Activity
Math lib activities are a class favorite! In this activity, students will practice solving one-step equations, and generate pieces to a holiday-themed story as they move throughout the ten stations.
Their answer to each station will gi

Valentine's Day One Step Equations With Negatives Maze & Color-by-Number Coloring Page Activity Set containing a total of 44 problems.Maze contains 24 problems and Color by Answer coloring page contains 20 problems all practicing one step equations with negatives.Includes NegativesView preview f

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This is an 8 page mini unit on solving one step equations. It begins with the meaning of inverse operations and goes into addition/subtraction and then into multiplication/division. It is a funny and silly way to engage students and get them interested in solving one step equations. One worksheet

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This is a 25 problem worksheet activity that has students adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing the opposite to solve the one-step equations. The goal is to solve the problem, cut a piece out of a puzzle, and put it on the blank grid. For example, problem A may read: 3x = 9, where the an

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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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Algebra one step equations review activity. This Math Mystery is a fun activity to review one-step equations with addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Engage and motivate your students during math time with this unique case!
FUN (optional to use) Video Hook available to engage your s

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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

These are color by number activities. Students are given a picture that has 1-step equations in each part. They must solve the equation and use the table given to determine which color each part needs to be.
Answer Keys are included!
PLEASE NOTE: This activity is a part of my "Solving Equations:C

Solving Equations - One Step Equations No Negatives Coloring Activity Christmas Surprise Coloring PageNO NEGATIVES - Designed specifically for 6th Grade 6.EE.B.7Answer Key Included No prep, just print!Please read information below before purchasing!This download includes 25 problems covering One St

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This product includes 2 mazes with 21 problems each for a total of 42 one step equations (with negatives).
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Mazes are self-checking and a great way to practice math concepts. The front of the maze sheet provides the students with workspace so that all work can be shown. See pr

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Students have fun practicing solving one step equations while playing Bingo! I call it MATH-O. This file includes 25 one step equations problems(including fractions, negatives, a few nice decimals), an answer key, and 30 different MATH-O cards. You just need items to cover the spaces and let the fun

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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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CCSS 8.EE
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Partner Power: One Step Equations with Addition and Subtraction
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One Step Equations made fun! Instead of doing another boring worksheet, try a scavenger hunt and get the kids out of their seats and moving around! My students are always highly engaged when I use a scavenger hunt! This self-checking scavenger hunt has 12 one step equations with positive, whole n

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Provide your students with some engaging practice with solving one step equations. Students will solve one step equations while playing a math game. One Step Equations BINGO includes:✢ A regular version (30 different BINGO cards, a set of 2 blank cards, and 72 calling cards) updated a bit✢ A shorter

This game includes: 10 pages of solving one step equation questions, student recording sheet, and an answer key. There are 2 versions. One version has students work with negative numbers to solve some of the question cards. The other version does not have any negative numbers.
To play:
1) Cut each

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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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