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Expressions and Equations Quiz Quiz Trade Game is a WINNER!
84 cards (42 question and 42 answer cards) Available in color and black and white!
The purpose of the game is to practice writing equations, simplify expressions and combine like terms.
How Quiz Quiz Trade works:
All students stand up and

Two-Step Equations Quiz Quiz Trade Game supports students to share their knowledge and understanding and at the same time allows the opportunity for the teacher to assess student progress!
60 cards (30 question and 30 answer cards)
The purpose of the game is to practice solving One-Step Equations.

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Solving Absolute Value Inequalities and Compound Inequalities? This Choose Your Poison atypical worksheet offers great practice.
Each row has three inequalities of mixed difficulty: 2 compound inequalities and 1 absolute value inequality per row. Students choose only 2 inequalities to solve per ro

Expressions and Equations Quiz Quiz Trade All-In-One Games Pack includes 3 different products in one pack. It supports students to share their knowledge and understanding and at the same time allow the opportunity for the teacher to assess student progress!
This product includes:
204 Quiz Quiz Trad

Teaching exponential functions? In this activity students will compare linear and exponential models and solve problems, observe using tables that a quantity increasing exponentially eventually exceeds a quantity increasing linearly, and write a function that describes a relationship between two qua

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Need a new Morning Meeting greeting? Well here it is! This greeting combines solving algebraic expressions with a classic Morning Meeting greeting.
Greeting Instructions
1. Assign every student a number 1 – 28.
2. The teacher will hold up the cards.
3. The students will solve the math problem on t

One-Step Equations Quiz Quiz Trade Game supports students to share their knowledge and understanding and at the same time allow the opportunity for the teacher to assess student progress!
60 cards (30 question and 30 answer cards)
The purpose of the game is to practice solving One-Step Equations. T

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Two Step Equation time? Let this Two Step Equation Trio cover the bases. Start with the Two-step Equations Quote Wall Activity, send the Two-Step Equations Practice Guide home for homework (or use for guided practice), and wrap-up with the Choose Your Poison Worksheet on the next day. This Two-ste

Rigorous Distributive Property practice needed? Try this Distributive Property Choose Your Poison. More than a typical worksheet, each row has 3 distributive property problems of increasing difficulty (Distributing a negative, the distributive property paired with combining like terms). Students cho

Need rigorous simplifying square roots practice in an atypical worksheet? Try this Choose Your Poison Simplifying Radicals Worksheet. Each row has three radical expressions to simplify (only square roots). Students choose only 2 problems per row – thus Choose Your Poison. Be surprised as students ch

• Create oceans on your whiteboard/chalkboard/desks with blue paper or blue markers and label.
• Divide class into teams of 3-4 students.
• Give each team a problem card “ship”.
• Every member of the group works the problem and raises their hand when they are done. You go over and check their work a

• Create oceans on your whiteboard/chalkboard/desks with blue paper or blue markers and label.
• Divide class into teams of 3-4 students.
• Give each team a problem card “ship”.
• Every member of the group works the problem and raises their hand when they are done. You go over and check their work a

One-Step Inequalities Quiz Quiz Trade Game and Task Cards is a student engagement WINNER!
This product contains 51 questions. It is available in color as well as black and white.
Through using this activity, students will practice to:
-Solve one-step inequalities by addition and subtraction (Quest

This worksheet is designed to give students practice finding the probability of a single event and write answers as fractions, decimals and percent's. Students need a lot of practice writing and understanding all 3 forms of writing probability, and to be able to go from one form to another. Students

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An unconventional assignment for sure! Once students are comfortable with graphing systems of linear equations, I give them this particular assignment (to work on with a partner) where instead of being given a system and having them graph it, they are given criteria of a system that they have to cr

This task requires students to work in pairs (so homogeneous pairing is very important here because they work together to move forward) to complete polynomial operations - addition, subtraction, multiplication, composition.
Within their pairs, one student is A and the other student is B. Student A

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Review Algebra 1 vocabulary terms with a fun game in the format of Quiz Quiz Trade!This game will get students moving and talking about math.In this download, you will receive 36 cards for the game. Vocabulary words are printed on one side of each card, and definitions are printed on the other. Ge

Also included in: Algebra I and 8th Grade Math Bundle

Activities, worksheets, guided notes and mastery tests to help your students become proficient at evaluating multi-step order of operations expressions (including exponents and brackets and braces) correctly! Apply PEMDAS correctly, make your goalposts as you evaluate numerical expressions, draw you

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This is a set of five 8.5 by 11 rules posters geared toward a middle or high school classroom. I currently use them in my 8th grade Algebra classroom as the Big 5 Expectations.
These posters are sized at 8.5 by 11, but can be resized as needed. Posters come in the following three formats: jpegs, P

Review game for exam covering Common Core math standards CC.6.EE.1-9 (These are most commonly listed as Units 3 & 4 or the second nine weeks). This works well for four to six groups using buzzers like Eggspert or simple hand raising. The game is designed to work with the study guide and exam for

Rules of Exponents Bingo!This BINGO activity consists of 23 problems and 20 unique bingo cards. The problems include the following skills:*Multiplying Exponents*Dividing Exponents*Raising a Power to a Power*Zero Exponent Rule*Negative Exponents*Find the Missing Exponent*Evaluating ExpressionsThis

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These 18 task cards are a great way to challenge your Algebra students and test their proficiency in solving radical expressions. Students should be familiar with the steps used to solve a radical equation:
1. Isolate one radical on one side of the equation
2. Raise each side of the equation to a po

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Also included in: Totally Radical - Task Cards BUNDLE

These are notes that I use in my Algebra I class (and an easy version of what I use in Algebra II!). I teach students to solve radical equtions with 'KENYA'. Anytime I say 'KENYA', which stands for the steps to solve the equation, I have the students raise and shake their hands while shouting 'YESSI

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