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This Solving Equations PowerPoint Jeopardy game is a great way to practice skills in solving equations. Categories include one-step, two-step, combining like terms, multi-step (including distributive property) and writing equations from word problems. . Also includes a final Jeopardy question. Appro

One Step Equation Jeopardy GameThis Jeopardy style game is a really fun group classroom activity! Students will solve the increasingly difficult one step equations as they earn points. This file is in PowerPoint form.Directions:Open the PowerPoint presentation then click on the slideshow tab and sel

Review how to solve linear equations with your students in this fun, jeopardy themed game!This jeopardy game allows students to practice -Simplifying expressions-Solving multi-step equations -Solving equations with variables on both sides-Solving equations by using the cross product-"Solving" equati

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7^{th} - 10^{th}

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Also included in:Â 8th Grade Math Resources MEGA Bundle

The review game is a Jeopardy style game for solving one-variable equations. There is a PowerPoint file that contains all the questions and answers. The categories are properties, 2-step equations, multi-step, literal equations, and word problems.When running the slideshow, if you click on the one

Review solving one step equations in a fun "jeopardy" themed game.This jeopardy game allows students to practice -Solving equations by adding -Solving equations by subtracting -Solving equations by multiplying-Solving equations by dividingQuestions in the "mystery" category involve any of the above

This jeopardy game runs like the real thing. It reviews the standards below using word problems, graphing, and tables.
SWBAT describe and represent relations using tables, graphs, and rules.
SWBAT create rules to explain the relationship between numbers when a change in the first variable affect

This is a Smartboard Notebook file that contains a Jeopardy review game on solving quadratic equations using methods other than factoring. The preview is the PDF print out of the game so you can see what you're getting. It is a great way to review before a big test!
The categories are:
Completing t

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9^{th} - 12^{th}

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End of chapter review consisting of questions in solving equations, inequalities including graphing, absolute value equations, variables on both sides of the equations, proportions, and transforming equations to isolate a given variable.

Review solving systems of equations in a fun jeopardy themed game.This jeopardy game allows students to practice -Determining if an ordered pair is a solution or not -Solving a system of equations by graphing-Solving a system of equations by substitution-Solving a system of equations by elimination-

This folder contains the following related to number sense and solving equations and inequalities:
- Jeopardy game (requires Smartboard Software)
- collaborative problem-solving game
- review sheet
- assessment in align with the PARCC PLDs (Common Core aligned as well)
*If you have any questions, p

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5^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff

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Click here for a video preview!A fun review for your class! (Includes Audio from actual Jeopardy!)Group the students and offer a reward on the test for the winning group!30 Problems5 on One-Step Equations5 on Two-Step Equations5 Multi-Step Equations (combining like terms on one side of the equation)

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7^{th} - 11^{th}

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This is an interactive whiteboard jeopardy game with categories of solving absolute value equations, solving inequalities, solving equations, vocabulary words, and a wild card which has material from all of the above. It is in the form of a PowerPoint that then works as the Jeopardy game.

This file contains an editable Promethean ActivInspire flipchart, complete with action buttons and and interactive scorebord for up to six teams to compete at once, and the solutions to each equation. Once my students used this to review, they were spoiled! The best part was that they were reviewin

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7^{th} - 9^{th}

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This Jeopardy review game was created through Google Slides. You can use this as a one or two day review. When I play with my students, I put them into groups and use buzzers and/or white boards.The categories are shown in the preview. The only down-side to the file being a Google Slide file is once

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Grades:

8^{th} - 11^{th}

Also included in:Â BUNDLE Solving Equations

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Who doesn't love a game of Jeopardy! With this PowerPoint presentation you can get the party started.
Created by: Math and Me

In this true Jeopardy style game students will review 5 topics of solving equations. The categories are Writing Equations, Solving One and Two Step Equations, Solving Multi Step, Solving Variables on both sides and Mixed Review . This game would be geared more towards Pre-Algebra standards of solvin

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7^{th} - 9^{th}

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Also included in:Â Solving Equations - 8th Grade Math - Unit Bundle - Test Included

My second Solving Equations PowerPoint Jeopardy game is a great way to practice skills in solving equations.Categories include one-step, two-step, combining like terms, multi-step (including distributive property) and writing equations from word problems. . Also includes a final Jeopardy question. A

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5^{th} - 12^{th}, Higher Education, Adult Education

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Jeopardy Review on Solving Equations includes the following categories1) One-Step Equations2) Two-Step Equations3) Equations with Distributive Properties4) Equations with Variables on Both Sides5) Combo of those categories (ex: variables on both sides AND distributive property)Slides are editable. T

Jeopardy game for solving linear equations.

In this true Jeopardy style game students will review 5 topics of solving equations. The categories are Writing Equations, Solving Simple Equations, Solving Multi Step, Solving Absolute Value and Solving Literal Equations. This game would be geared more towards Algebra 1 standards of solving equati

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8^{th} - 10^{th}

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This is a Jeopardy game made for Algebra I on solving equations

This fun and magic themed game is just what you need to keep your kids motivated to practice this tricky skill! Students will have so much fun balancing equations, they'll ask to play again and again!This game is set up Jeopardy style through the use of Microsoft PowerPoint. Just enter the presentat

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1^{st} - 2^{nd}

This Jeopardy game is great for review prior to a unit test or standardized testing. Categories include: Solutions to Equations, Solving Equations, Writing Equations, Inequalities, Writing & Solving Inequalities, Independent & Dependent Variables

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6^{th}

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Complete study guide, Jeopardy review and unit exam for 7th grade geometry unit. Study guide and Jeopardy review will prepare students for exam, without teaching them to just memorize questions that are similar to the exam. The study guide is open-ended, and will allow students to revisit all conc

Grades:

6^{th} - 8^{th}