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One and Two Step Simple Equations Flashcards were created by Puparoni Puzzles for an Algebra 1 class as a quick way to review solving simple equations. These cards have a simple equation on one side and a solution on the other. These cards can be used at a math center for quick review or practice,

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Real World Simple Equations Worksheet provides student practice solving equations in real world stories and situations. Students will practice reading word problems, creating simple equations, and solving those equations. All problems are written about penguins for a bit of quirky fun.
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This math packet can be used in a special education or regular education classroom to compare expressions and equations and to help solve simple equations using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Use a balance scale or make your own visual scale to further illustrate the concept. I

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This is a good review for solving simple one-step equations. Balancing one-step equations and inequalities and graphing inequalities in one variable.

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This set of game cards will engage students as they learn important concepts about solving equations. The pictures show boxes marked with letters along with extra blocks and a total. Students match equations or the solution to each picture. Please see the PREVIEW, which downloads quickly.
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Do your students need a little practice or review with simple equations? Using this game of Simple Equations Dominoes will look and feel like fun, NOT work! The printable set includes 24 math dominoes that feature simple equations with one variable. Print on card stock or laminate for added durabi

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Working these twenty equations students will uncover the quote: If I were again beginning my studies, I would follow the advice of Plato and start with Mathematics (Galileo Galilei).
All four operations with signed integers are covered in the twenty questions of this fun puzzle. Most problems are

Algebra 1 Solving Simple Equations in a PowerPoint Presentation
This slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed the lesson for my Algebra 1 class, but it can also be used for upper level class reviews. This lesson teaches how to write and solve linear equations i

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I prepared this activity packet for my special education students when learning equations for the New York State Alternative Assessment. The packet includes four different review activities to review equations.
The first activity is a cut and paste sort of expressions and equations. Students cut ou

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8th Grade Math (Pre-Algebra) Solving Simple Equations in a PowerPoint Presentation
This slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed the lesson for my 8th grade class, but it can also be used for upper level class reviews. This lesson teaches how to solve linear eq

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These worksheets I have produced to go with the lessons on simple equations. The worksheets are for a first teach of simple equations which helps students understand the use of opposite operations, which comes from balancing equations.

A follow up lesson that extends students to think about inverse operations, isolating the unknown, equations involving multiplication and division, 2 step equations. Again, uses very simple pictures and terminology.

This mini-unit is to help teach simple beginner equations. It comes with an instruction sheet, a worksheet and an answer key.

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Initially with the use of scales, the series of lessons demonstrates to a student how equations are solved by balancing both sides.
Each lesson then moves on as students can see a quicker way to solve the equation. The download preview shows the balance method in action. The follow on shows how stu

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The three or four lessons teach students how to solve simple equations by rearrangement. There are over 25 worked examples which I tend to cover over three lessons.

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This packet includes worksheets for students to complete in order to practice solving simple equations with one variable. Also- there is a set of number cards and math signs for students to create their own equations.
3- addition worksheets (ex. s+3=5)
3- subtraction worksheets (ex. s-3=2)
3- mult

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Solve Simple Equations” contains 2 different games for your class to play outside or in the gym.
3 Games of Catch-it:
The class will break into 2 teams and throw a tennis ball from one team member to the next the length of a sport’s field. The ball will be placed into a tub marked with the matching

I used this as a quiz; but it can be used as a homework assignment as well. This is aligned with the Common Core Curriculum. The following topics are covered:
- writing equations to find the missing angle measurement
- solving one-step equations with rational numbers
- error analysis
- writing and

In this activity, students must solve 14 equations. These equations are simple, one-step equations that involve only whole numbers. Students must match their solutions to the "pictures" posted around the classroom. The pictures show the solution graphed on a number line. An answer key is include

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Introduce equations to 6th and 7th graders using this balance scale activity that uses algebra tiles (positive and negative counters). Have students explore with manipulative to grasp the idea that an equation is like a balance scale: Whatever you add to one side, you must add to the other side to k

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This lesson is great for PreAlg students who are learning how to apply their knowledge of powers and roots to solve simple equations. There is an "instructional" part to the lesson and a "practice" part.

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Provide the students the handouts and have them solve the 8 equations. Around the room or as a scavenger hunt, place the 8 QR codes on the wall. Students will write down the letter that corresponds with the answer they found for the equation. Gets the students out of their desks for a fun and exci

An introduction to equations. I recommend using the powerpoint with some scales. It clearly teaches the importance of maintaining a balance. It uses animals (whose names can be replaced by letters) and presents students with leading questions. If you have mini-whiteboards, I would recommend using th

This includes two worksheets requiring students to use inverse operations to solve equations. A few decimals and fractions are included, and a few problems require simplifying before solving.

Use this activity to help your students strengthen their math skills and stretch their legs. Strategically post the Sticky Tasks all around your classroom for a variety of activities.
• Use them at stations or centers.
• Implement a scavenger hunt (inside you classroom or throughout the school).
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Solving Simple Equations - PowerPoint Presentation
This slideshow lesson was created for my Pre-Algebra and Algebra I classes. It is a fully animated presentation, providing definitions, examples, and practice problems.
In this lesson, students will be able to solve simple equations using ad

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Simple Equation Fun for Young Learners: K-1st
I teach only math to 3 different kindergarten classes and I wanted to have some math centers that helped to build their algebra skills.
* Includes simple addition/subtraction or addition and subtraction equation mats that students can use to solve

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I used this as a quiz; but it can be used as a homework assignment as well. This is aligned with the Common Core Curriculum. The following topics are covered:
- writing equations to find the missing angle measurement
- solving one-step equations with rational numbers
- error analysis
- writing and

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Use inverse operations for adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing to solve simple equations involving only one operation. These equations are mostly straightforward enough to be solved using common sense.
This lesson is intended to start to lay the foundations for the idea of ‘doing the same

This is a complete lesson on solving simple equations that looks at both one-step and two-step equations.
The pack contains a full lesson plan, along with accompanying resources, including a student worksheet and suggested support and extension activities.

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On this worksheet, students solve simple one-step algebraic equations and then place a <, > or = symbol in the boxes to determine which solution is greater, less than equal to.

20 Task Cards with a Answer Key and Worksheet for student work.
Questions range from solving simple equations, evaluating expressions and creating expressions.

Space-themed simple equations. Excellent extension activity for early-finishers and classes needing a little extra practice. Example: 2+__=4-1

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In this activity, students solve the first equation and then substitute the answer in the next equation, which has two variables.

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Students will complete the equations and then substitute the answer into the next equations, which is missing 2 variables.

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Students solve the equations on the puzzle pieces and connect them with the answers on other pieces of the puzzle. Once complete, the puzzle will create a butterfly. Answer key included.

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This is a connect the dots activity for one and two step equations. Students solve the problems then connect the dots on another piece of paper. If students get all of their answers correct, the connect the dots will make a picture. This one is a turtle.

30 problems for students to translate from verbal to algebraic form, then solve and match to a corresponding letter. Great practice for students to complete and check--the letters corresponding to the answer spell out a message. Or use as a quiz to evaluate how students are catching on to translat

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How important is the freshman year of high school? Does attendance and passing freshmen classes really matter? Keep your students engaged with this activity! Your students will solve these equations and expressions to find out facts about being ON TRACK to graduate from high school Although not

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This document includes two pages of notes on how to solve equations, as well as a practice sheet that goes along with it. The examples in this document are beginner level, so this would be perfect for students who are just now learning how to solve equations.

A 2 page worksheet on introductory Index of Refraction Questions. Note: none of these questions require the use of angle (sine) calculations, which makes it a great introductory exercise for optics and the law of refraction. Includes a teacher's answer key.

This video lesson is a sample of all of the video lessons you can purchase access to from me.
I have taught Algebra 1 for the past 10 years and completely "flip" my instruction. My students learn the bulk of the material through my recorded lessons prior to coming to class. This has proven to be e

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Front Row offers worksheets for every standard in every single Common Core domain for math. For individualized worksheets for every student, head to frontrowed.com.

This worksheet is for students who need to slow down and think about how to solve problems. After working with L25 students, I have learned the benefit of breaking the math down to each basic step. Then the next trick is not letting them skip any steps.

Front Row offers worksheets for every standard in every single Common Core domain for math. For individualized worksheets for every student, head to frontrowed.com.

Guided notes on solving simple one and two step equations.

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Solving simple equations.
5m + 4 = 19
4 Examples + Practice Ditto + Solutions

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This is a worksheet for solving simple equations. There are no negative numbers.
It can be used as a quiz grade or for homework.

Practice problems for simple 2 step equations.

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Solving equations is usually presented the same way in every math text book and by many teachers. This way is different. It helps students develop an intuitive understanding rather than a procedural understanding. It de-emphasizes steps and emphasizes logical thinking. This is not a worksheet, but

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This is fantastic for measuring student growth! Meets several first grade common core standards.

Students work on balancing simple equations. Uses addition, subtraction and multiplication.

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