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This puzzle is an excellent way for your students to practice simplifying expressions that involve the distributive property and combining like terms!
The puzzle should be cut out prior to handing out because the original version also serves as the key! Use the puzzles as you see fit in your classr

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Students 22 expressions by distributing, combining like-terms, or both, then match the expression with its simplified form. Expressions contain positive and negative integers.
Includes a template for students to glue the puzzle pieces down on.
Can be used as a center, review activity, or project

SIMPLIFYING ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS PUZZLE
Looking for a fun way for your students to practice simplifying algebraic expressions? This fun and engaging activity is a perfect algebra unit review. Students will match equivalent expressions to form a 4x4 grid (student copy is prescrambled so students

Students will practice simplifying expressions by distributing and combining like terms with this pyramid sum puzzle activity. Simply give each student the template and set of problems. They simplify each expression, cut out the boxes, then paste them onto the template so that each simplified expr

This is a digital version of my Simplifying Expressions (Distribute and Combine Like Terms) Pyramid Sum Puzzle designed in Google Slides.
Students will practice simplifying expressions by distributing and combining like terms with this pyramid sum puzzle activity.
Once purchased, you will receiv

Also included in: All Things Algebra® - Digital Activities Bundle for Google Slides™ - VOLUME 1

This is a practice exercise that can be used for students to work on simplifying exponents. Students must be able to simplify expressions that result from multiplying and dividing expressions with exponents.
After students complete the 19 exercises in the activity, they can match their solutions t

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Studentw will practice the distributive property and simplifying expressions by combining like terms. The, students will use the letter beside each of the answers to decode the answer to the question: "What is the definition of a slug?"

Here's a fun way to get students engaged in learning. My students loved this and want to do more! This is modeled as an escape room challenge. Students have to answer clues and unlock a vaccine to save them from a zombie attack. There are clues, problems dealing with simplifying expressions, fra

Students simplify 16 expressions by combining like terms and/or using the distributive property and then color a picture the appropriate color to correspond with the solution. This is a fun and easy prep way for students to practice simplifying expressions, and this coloring activity would be great

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A great activity for students learning to combine like terms or about equivalent expressions. This activity is also ideal for a review for students who have already taken Algebra I. This puzzles includes polynomials and the distributive property as well. Students will also refine their inductive re

Students will simplify expressions by distributing and combing like like terms. Students will reveal a hidden picture if they solve all the problems correctly.
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Being able to express equivalent fractions is an important skill for fraction standards in 4th grade and later on. These fraction puzzles are a great way to practice working with fractions with equivalent fractions.
There are 24 puzzles included. Each puzzle has 2 parts.
Print, Cut, Laminate, and

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Students will simplify expressions by combing like like terms and reveal a hidden picture if they solve all the problems correctly.
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Rainy Days
Snow Days

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Simplifying expressions 1 – Math puzzle
I’ve included three different sizes of the same puzzle. The smaller size is only three pages and is great if you are going to print of individual copies for students to practice in class or at home. The larger size requires 8 pieces of paper and quite a bit

This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with simplifying expressions.
Contents:
♦ Teacher Instructions and FAQ
♦ 3 Levels to decode: Maze Decoder, Tarsia Puzzle, and Message Decoder
♦ Student Recording Sheet and Teacher Answer

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This is a unit plan consisting of five lesson plans, a puzzle, and two quizzes.
The unit consists of the following lessons:
1. Evaluating Expressions Lesson Plan
2. Evaluating Expressions, Pt. II Lesson Plan
3. Math Squares Evaluating Expressions Puzzle
4. Writing & Translating Expressions Les

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Simplifying Expressions: Magic Squares!
A twist on normal magic squares - students must add up algebraic expressions in order to work out the 'magic expression' for each puzzle. They can then write in the missing expressions to make each row, column and diagonal add up to the same expression.
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This worksheet is a puzzle designed to have students simplify radical expressions by addition and subtraction.

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Simplifying expressions 2 – Math puzzle
I’ve included three different sizes of the same puzzle. The smaller size is only three pages and is great if you are going to print of individual copies for students to practice in class or at home. The larger size requires 8 pieces of paper and quite a bit

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Students will cut apart 16 different triangles with exponential expressions around the sides of the triangles. They will have to simplify the exponential expression and then find the simplified expression that matches their answer to create a geometric design. Could be printed on colored paper or ca

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-Print out one page per student/pair of students
-Cut along the grid lines
-Mix up and give to students. Have each student or pair of students assemble to puzzle. The goal is to match up each algebraic expression with its simplified version along the edges.
-The teacher can then easil

This is a puzzle that students will put together using what they know about the product and power rules to simplify expressions containing exponents. This is a fun and hands-on way to have students practice their simplifying skills. It allows for differentiation because not every problem will need

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The puzzle has 30 problems where students must practice converting rational exponents to radical expressions. Students also need to simplify using laws of exponents, but do not need to rationalize the denominator. This activity will encourage mathematical discourse as students self-check their answe

Your students will have fun practicing their SIMPLIFYING EXPRESSIONS skills with this engaging color-by-code math puzzle. It is truly no-prep! Just print and go!All pages are shown in the thumbnails. I’ve included a color answer key for fast visual checking. Students can even check their own work!Us

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