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Students solve 20 (or 15) problems, self-check, AND color in this combining like terms color by number!In this activity, students combine the like terms in each expression given. Students find the simplified expression on the coloring page and color it with the color indicated in the box for that pr

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Also included in: 6th Grade Math Resource Bundle

Students simplify 20 expressions by distributing and then combining like terms, self-check, and then color!There is also a coloring page with no numbers, for students to color their own way.Great for centers, a sub day, or a fun day!For combining like terms without distributing, check out Combining

Also included in: 6th Grade Math Resource Bundle

Print, copy, cut and play this combining like terms math game! With 36 cards, this easy to prep game offers students a choice of question types - a "truth," which is a true or false question about like/unlike terms and combining them; or a "dare," which includes more questions that require students

This activity is meant to be used as a "self-check" activity between partners. Each partner receives a different expression to simplify but they should both end up with the same simplified expression. If they produce different expressions, they must try to prove to the other why they think their ans

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This resource helps students understand how to simplify expressions. Students will learn to combine like terms, distribute with algebraic expressions, and factor expressions. Students will also use tables, graphs, expressions and verbal descriptions to represent one function. This is one of my go

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Also included in: 7th Grade Math Activity Bundle

This combining like terms math game is the digital version of Combining Like Terms Truth or Dare and has digital 36 question cards. Digital Truth or Dare is an easy way to review concepts - as a whole class, in small groups, or individually. As long as you and your students have access to Google sli

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This is a quiz and retake version of the quiz covering the skill: Combining Like Terms. Each Quiz has a total of eight questions. Answer Keys are included.
*This item is also included in my Pre-Algebra Mult-Skill Bundle for Middle Grades which includes the following items:
* Algebraic Properties

With this product, students will have fun simplifying expressions by combining like terms with five different engaging and motivating stations that will engage even the most reluctant learner. As an added bonus, a fun fact word scramble puzzle is included for students to work on in between stations

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This includes all of my Combining Like Terms materials in one bundle.
*Power Point that leads students through the skill of Combining Like Terms without using integers - negative numbers. It can be a great way to introduce the skill to any student before adding negative numbers if desired. It provi

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6 Part Quiz includes:
Part I: Matching - Identifying key parts of an expression (coefficient, variable, constant, etc.)
Part II: Multiple Choice - Writing an expression
Part III: Fill in the Blank - Pairing like terms
Part IV: Simplifying Expressions
Part V: Writing an expression for the p

This 20 question assignment has students simplify expressions. Problems 1-10 has them combine like terms, and problems 21-40 has them combine like terms and use the distributive property as well.
I have a video that I created that shows how I explain this concept. The video can be found at:
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Complete lesson, start to finish at your finger tips. The lesson introduces simplifying expressions through combining like terms which is a foundation of Algebra and solving equations. The foldable is a great guided practice, the interactive notebook it a great way for students to collaborate and cr

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This study guide is perfect for reviewing the following:
Part I: Identifying coefficient, variables, exponents, constants, and number of terms in an expression.
Part II: Basic Numerical Problems
Part III: Writing Expressions
Part IV: Finding the difference between two expressions
Part V: A

Simplifying Expressions by Combining Like Terms is a fun way to engage students in practice and review simplifying expressions by combining like terms (CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.6.EE.3.). One set of cards has expressions, the other has solutions with the simplified expression. Students look for the expres

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Also included in: Algebra 1 Task Card Activity for Algebra 1 Curriculum 15 Topics Included

An Introduction to Simplifying Polynomials by adding, and subtracting like terms with the use of brackets for multiplication by constants.
4 pages of scaffolded questions including a section of the definition of terms and a methods summery.
I have included a detailed answer sheet with comments.

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Donuts!!! Okay, more accurately, donut holes! What better way to learn about combining like terms than problem solving with munchkins [imaginary or real, up to you]? Students work through scenarios of picking out and putting back different types of munchkins to then determine how many of each type o

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5 combining like terms questions with multiple variables. Students are required to simplify each question by combining like terms, and then to substitute the variables for the numbers provided in order to solve. **Parts of equations are blacked out only for the thumbnail image**Answer key is include

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On this assessments students are
• Multiplying binomials
• Simplifying radical expressions
• Combining like terms
• Distributive property
• Identifying parts of expressions
Students are having to write an explanation on some of the problems explaining their thinking. Justifying their answers. Chec

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